Park Avenue South from Union Square - 1905


Forth Avenue (now Park Avenue South) and Park Avenue (from 17th Street to 42nd Street) as seen from Union Square in 1905, looking north towards Grand Central Station.

The section of Fourth Avenue, from East 17th St. to East 32nd St., was officially redesignated as Park Avenue South on May 18, 1959. The avenue continues north as Park Avenue.

Panorama NYCThis photo is a fragment of a larger photograph published by Detroit Publishing Co., copyright 1905.


Union Square


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 Union Square East

Enlargement of the buildings on the right.


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201 Park Avenue South


12-story Parker Building, completed in 1900 at the southeast corner of Fourth Avenue (later Park Avenue South) and 19th Street. Parker Building and the adjacent Florence Hotel were destroyed by fire on January 10, 1908.


Calvary Church



Park Avenue South


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Germania Life Building

Fourth Avenue (now 201 Park Avenue South) at East 17th Street.



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Park Avenue South from Union Square - 1905


Grand Central Station at 42nd Street.



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