Vesey Street Architecture Photos

Vesey Street runs off the tip of New York City Hall Square to the site of the World Trade Center. Across the street from St. Paul's churchyard are located the New York County Lawyers Association Building (1930) by Cass Gilbert; the Old New York Evening Post Building with statues by Gutzon Borglum; the Art Deco US Post Office; and the former NY Telephone building (1927). Just off Vesey are AT&T building (1917) and St. Peter's Church.

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New York County Lawyers Association Building. New York, NY.Old New York Evening Post Building four statues: 2 by Gutzon Borglum + 2 by Estelle Rumbold Kohn. New York, NY.Gutzon Borglum sculptures atop Old New York Evening Post Building. New York, NY.Old New York Evening Post [aka Garrison] Building. New York, NY.
New York County Lawyers Association Building (1930) (14 Vesey St.). New York, NY. Style: Colonial Revival. Architect: Cass Gilbert. On National Register.Old New York Evening Post Building four statues: 2 by Gutzon Borglum + 2 by Estelle Rumbold Kohn (wife of architect). New York, NY.Gutzon Borglum sculptures atop Old New York Evening Post Building. New York, NY.Old New York Evening Post [aka Garrison] Building (1906) (20 Vesey St.). New York, NY. Style: Vienna Secession. Architect: Robert D. Kohn. On National Register.
Printing press sculpture on Old New York Evening Post Building. New York, NY.Modern writer with quill sculpture on Old New York Evening Post Building. New York, NY.Medieval written word sculpture on Old New York Evening Post Building. New York, NY.Spoken word sculpture on Old New York Evening Post Building. New York, NY.
Printing press sculpture on Old New York Evening Post Building. New York, NY.Modern writer with quill sculpture on Old New York Evening Post Building. New York, NY.Medieval written word sculpture on Old New York Evening Post Building. New York, NY.Spoken word sculpture on Old New York Evening Post Building. New York, NY.
Cast iron panel with Elsevier's Non Solus printer's mark on Old New York Evening Post Building. New York, NY.Cast iron panel with swan on Old New York Evening Post Building. New York, NY.Art Deco eagle on corner of US Post Office-Church Street Station. New York, NY.Art Deco eagle on corner of US Post Office-Church Street Station. New York, NY.
Cast iron panel with Elsevier's Non Solus printer's mark on Old New York Evening Post Building. New York, NY.Cast iron panel with swan on Old New York Evening Post Building. New York, NY.Art Deco eagle on corner of US Post Office-Church Street Station. New York, NY.Art Deco eagle on corner of US Post Office-Church Street Station. New York, NY.
Art Deco winged messenger on US Post Office-Church Street Station. New York, NY.US Post Office-Church Street Station & Federal Office Building. New York, NY.Barclay- Vesey Building. New York, NY.St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church. New York, NY.
Art Deco winged messenger on US Post Office-Church Street Station. New York, NY.US Post Office-Church Street Station & Federal Office Building (1938) (90 Church St.) (16 floors). New York, NY. Style: Art Deco. Architect: Pennington, Lewis & Mills + Cross & Cross. On National Register.Barclay- Vesey Building (former NY Telephone) (1927) (140 West St.) (32 floors). New York, NY. Architect: Ralph Walker of McKenzie, Voorhees, Gmelin.St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church (1840) (22 Barclay St.). New York, NY. Style: Greek Revival. Architect: John R. Haggerty & Thomas Thomas. On National Register.
American Telephone & Telegraph Building with Spirit of Communication relief by Evelyn Longman. NY.Base of City Hall Park looking to St. Paul's Chapel among Western Electric, AT&T, Millenium Hilton, & Buildings. New York, NY.St. Paul's Chapel. New York, NY.
American Telephone & Telegraph Building (1917) (195 Broadway) with Spirit of Communication relief by Evelyn Longman. NY. Architect: William Welles Bosworth.Base of City Hall Park looking to St. Paul's Chapel among Western Electric, AT&T, Millenium Hilton, & Buildings. New York, NY.St. Paul's Chapel (1766) (Broadway at Fulton St.). New York, NY. Style: Georgian. Architect: Thomas McBean (attrib.). On National Register.

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