Empire State Building 1940's

This photo was probably taken from the RCA (now the GE) building in Rockefeller Center. It had to be taken before 1950 because that was when the TV tower was added to the Empire State Building. The original tower was designed to be a mooring mast for airships. The building in the center is 500 5th Avenue, at 42nd street. It was the seventh tallest structure in the city when it was built in 1930.. The tower of the Metropolitan Life Building at 24th st.(built 1909) can be seen between this building and the Empire State. The tower immediately to the left of the Empire State Building, in the distance, I believe is the Woolworth Building (Broadway & Barclay St.). The city is shrouded in a mist that gives it a very peaceful atmosphere.


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