Pierpont Morgan Library, New York Photos

The Pierpont Morgan Library (29 E 36th St.) was built (1906) by financier J.P. Morgan as designed by McKim, Mead & White to house his collection of rare books. In 1906 an atrium entrance was designed by Renzo Piano to expand the display area for artistic & historic prints & documents.

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New white entrance hall facade of Pierpont Morgan Library. New York, NY.Italianate brownstone house now part of Pierpont Morgan Library. NY.Ironwork balcony on Italianate brownstone portion of Pierpont Morgan Library. New York, NY.Pierpont Morgan Library with brownstone, Renzo Piano entrance & Charles McKim's Library Renaissance marble building. New York, NY.
New white entrance hall facade (2006) of Pierpont Morgan Library. New York, NY. Architect: Renzo Piano.Italianate brownstone house (1852) (231 Madison Ave.) now part of Pierpont Morgan Library. NY.Ironwork balcony on Italianate brownstone portion of Pierpont Morgan Library. New York, NY.Pierpont Morgan Library with brownstone, Renzo Piano entrance & Charles McKim's Library Renaissance marble building (1903) (33 E. 36th St.). New York, NY. Architect: McKim, Mead & White. On National Register.

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