W. W. Rock
The Flatiron, Madison Square, New York, 1916
digital chromogenic print, printed 2013
one from an edition of 20
image: 20 x 15 in. (50.80 x 38.10 cm.)
25 x 20 in. (63.50 x 51.12 cm.)
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National Geographic, 1918" label-more="Read more" label-less="Read less" chars-limit="850" html-preview="true"> Where once stood the Fifth Avenue Hotel, with its "Amen Corner," now towers a great office structure, the Fifth Avenue Building, and the Hoffman House, where the Democrats of the country used to foregather, is only a memory. Where society once reigned supreme, now there are cloak and suit lofts, and Madison Square is little more than a way station twixt the uptown and downtown business districts. — National Geographic, 1918

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