Mail and Express Building on Broadway - 1910


Buildings between Dey Street and Fulton Street, north of the Western Union Telegraph Building, located to the left, out of the picture. The St. Paul's Chapel is on the right. The tallest building in the photo is the 10-story Mail and Express Building (203 Broadway), erected in 1892 with a 211-foot-high tower and demolished in 1920. It was home of the New York Evening Mail (1867–1924), a daily newspaper. Its former headquarters was at 34 Park Row, corner of Beekman St.

Photograph published in 1910 in the book Both Sides of Broadway from Bowling Green to Central Park. Original title: 201 to 207 Broadway, between Dey and Fulton Sts. Forsythe, Haberdasher - Truly Warner, Hats - Milhaus, Druggist - Hanan & Son, Shoes.

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