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    How awesome! It's been around a loooong time! -- New York circa 1905. "Gotham and St. Regis hotels." Looking south along Fifth Avenue at East 56th Street. On the right, the Gotham rising behind Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church.

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  • Prabesh Aryal

    Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Gotham Hotel: 1905 New York circa 1905. "Gotham and St. Regis hotels."

  • Susan Tomasallo #1

    New York City circa 1905. "Gotham and St. Regis hotels." Looking south along Fifth Avenue at East 56th Street. On the right, the Gotham rising behind Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church.

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