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Custom House statue: in rear of N.Y. Produce Exchange Buildi...

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Digital ID: 482769. Custom House statue: in rear of N.Y. Produce Exchange Building, 2 Broadway, Manhattan.. Abbott, Berenice -- Photographer. July 23, 1936. .Notes: Two statues in front of the Customs House, looking toward State Street and a large building with several levels of arched windows beyond. Code: I.B.; I.A.3.. .Source: Changing New York / Berenice Abbott. (more info ( ) ). .Repository: The New York Public Library. Photography Collection, Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs.. .See more information about this image ( ) and others at NYPL Digital Gallery ( ) ..Persistent URL: ( ) . .Rights Info: No known copyright restrictions; may be subject to third party rights (for more information, click here ( ) )





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