United Bank Building, Corner Wall Street - 1910


Buildings on east side of Broadway, including the 9-story United Bank Building (First National Bank of the City of New York) at 94 Broadway on the corner Wall Street, erected in 1880 (completed in the early 1881) and replaced by the Two Wall Street about 1932. Later, a mansard roof was added to this building, which was demolished in the late 1931. The American Surety Building is to the left, out of the picture.

Photograph published in 1910 in the book Both Sides of Broadway from Bowling Green to Central Park. Original title: United Bank Building, 90 and 94 Broadway, Corner Wall Street. Brooklyn Trust Company - Spies & Long, Men's Wear. Schermerhorn Building, 96 and 98 Broadway, near Wall Street - Branch A. Schulte, Cigars and Tobacco.


United Bank Building


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United Bank Building, Corner Wall Street - 1910


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