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Guide to the Historic American Buildings Survey Reports
2009, 2022
 PR 449

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Creator: Historic American Buildings Survey
Creator: New-York Historical Society
Title: Historic American Buildings Survey reports
Dates [inclusive]: 2009, 2022
Abstract: Historic structure reports prepared for the Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) of the U.S. National Park Service, documenting several significant Manhattan addresses. They are the former Sheffield Farms Stable at 3229 Broadway by architect Frank A. Rooke (built 1903-1909); the Hotel Pennsylvania at 401 Seventh Avenue by architects McKim, Mead and White (completed 1919); and three McKim, Mead and White-designed buildings on Columbia University's Morningside Heights campus: Chandler Hall (1926-1928), Faculty House (1923), and Pupin Hall (1925-1926). The reports record the histories and physical features of each building as they were before planned alterations or demolition took place.
Quantity: 1 Linear feet in 1 record carton.
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Language: The documents in the collection are in English.
Call Phrase: PR 449