The New York Stock Exchange, Trinity Church and Wall Street - 1909
Street scene on Wall Street, corner of Broad Street. Illustration from a postcard by H. Finkelstein & Son. Copyright 1909 by Moses King. Published by the American Art Publishing Co. New York City.
Description printed on the postcard: The New York Stock Exchange, located on Broad Street, with an entrance on Wall Street, is built entirely of carved white marble. It was founded on May 17, 1792. the present building was finished in 1903. The board room is 112 by 138 feet and 80 feet high with the ceiling in gold relief. There are 1100 members trading daily from 10 A.M. until 3 P.M.
This photogravure, similar to the illustration above, has the same copyright claimant (Moses King, 1909). The artist is Richard Rummell. Chasmar-Winchell Press. Source: Library of Congress.
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