Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, New York (1909) by LeBrun Photos

The Metropolitan Life Insurance Company (1909) (1 Madison Ave.) (50 floors) is by Napoleon LeBrun, Pierre LeBrun & Michel LeBrun. Standing over Madison Square Park it was the world's tallest until 1913.

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New York Life, Merchandise Mart Building, Stanford Apartments, Metropolitan Life North, & Metropolitan Life Insurance Buildings on Madison Square Park reflect sunset. New York, NY.Metropolitan Life North & Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Buildings on Madison Square Park. New York, NY.Metropolitan Life North & Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Buildings at sunset. New York, NY.Metropolitan Life Insurance Company. New York, NY.
New York Life, Merchandise Mart Building, Stanford Apartments, Metropolitan Life North, & Metropolitan Life Insurance Buildings on Madison Square Park reflect sunset. New York, NY.Metropolitan Life North & Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Buildings on Madison Square Park. New York, NY.Metropolitan Life North & Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Buildings at sunset. New York, NY.Metropolitan Life Insurance Company (1909) (1 Madison Ave.) (50 floors). New York, NY. Architect: Napoleon Le Brun, Pierre LeBrun & Michel LeBrun. On National Register.
Peak of Metropolitan Life Insurance Company tower. New York, NY.Crown atop Metropolitan Life Insurance Company building. New York, NY.Arched window array of tower of Metropolitan Life Insurance Company. New York, NY.Temple design of tower crown of Metropolitan Life Insurance Company. New York, NY.
Peak of Metropolitan Life Insurance Company tower. New York, NY.Crown atop Metropolitan Life Insurance Company building. New York, NY.Arched window array of tower of Metropolitan Life Insurance Company. New York, NY.Temple design of tower crown of Metropolitan Life Insurance Company. New York, NY.

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