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Dan and Phil
American Horror Story
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30-story Lorillard Building. 200 East 42nd Street, east side of Third Avenue. Emery Roth & Sons, 1957-1959. View of the Lorillad Building looking southeast from 666 Third Avenue Building at 42nd Street, in the summer of 1966, with the Continental Can Building (Harrison & Abramovitz, 1961) at right and Daily News Building (Hood & Howells, 1930) at left.
Photo: Office for Metropolitan History, New York, N.Y.
Source: Stern, Robert. A.M. Mellins, Thomas. Fishman, David. “New York 1960. Architecture and urbanism between the Second World War and the Bicentennial” (New York. The Monacelli Press. 1997).