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Guide to the Sapolsky and Slobodien Architecture collection
1948-1985
 PR 439

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Biographical / Historical

The New York City architecture firm of Sapolsky and Slobodien was active from about 1948 to about 1986. From their office at 202 West 40th Street, architects Thomas Sapolsky (1911-1994) and Kassel Slobodien (1912-1986) designed mainly commercial spaces. A major client was the Home Life Insurance Company. Sapolsky and Slobodien did extensive renovations of the Home Life Insurance Company's landmark building at 253-256 Broadway, and designed the company's branch offices across the United States.