5th Avenue 1900, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel

This photograph is printed from the vintage glass negative. It is a picture of 5th Avenue around the turn of the century. On the left is the original Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. This hotel was torn down in 1929 to make way for the Empire State Building. The church in the background is Brick Presbyterian Church. It was built in 1857 when the congregation moved there from downtown at Beekman and Nassau streets; it was demolished in 1938. New York City has certainly changed in the past 100 years.


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