• Laura Kayte Moser

    Flat Iron Building New York City New York by BigPhilsEmporium, $4.29

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    AMERICA BEAUTIFUL / The Flatiron Building, #NewYork, c.1901

  • Lorelei White

    The Flatiron Building under construction, New York City, c. 1902 (io9: Century-Old Photos of the U.S. Take Us Back to the Industrial Age)

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