Beaux-arts architecture in New York: a photographic guide
140 photographs of some of New York’s most famous structures—the Flatiron building, Carnegie Hall, Grand Central Station, The Dakota apartment house, New York Public Library, the Waldorf and many more—designed in the classic Beaux-Arts style. Lively and informative introduction and captions.
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