The New and Enlarged Harriman National Bank Building Fifth Avenue and 44th Street New York


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New York: Harriman Bank, N.d. [1927], Rental prospectus for the recently enlarged Harriman National Bank Building at the corner of Fifth Ave. and East 44th St. John Russell Pope was named as the architect for the project at its announcement in 1922 but the work was eventually performed by G. A. & H. Boehm. The bank expanded into a neighboring building and created new banking and office rental space in the popular Grand Central District, at the peak of the boom. With neighborhood map, a page of text, and eleven plans. 24 cm; 15 pp.; illustrated from plans and perspective drawing to front cover. Wear to bottom of spine; else a good copy or better in wrappers. (Item ID: 012623)

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