• Creator
  • Irving Underhill
  • Created Date
  • 1895-
  • Description
  • Color postcard. On Front: Public Library, 5th Avenue, New York City. On Back: New Public Library. The new library, at Fifth Avenue from 40th to 42nd Streets, occupies the site of the old Croton Reservoir. It was built at a cost of $9,000,000. The cornerstone was laid Nov. 10th, 1902, and the building was opened to the public May 23rd, 1911. It contains over 1,500,000 books, with room for 1,000,000 more. Library Postcards. New York. Artist rend... more
    Color postcard. On Front: Public Library, 5th Avenue, New York City. On Back: New Public Library. The new library, at Fifth Avenue from 40th to 42nd Streets, occupies the site of the old Croton Reservoir. It was built at a cost of $9,000,000. The cornerstone was laid Nov. 10th, 1902, and the building was opened to the public May 23rd, 1911. It contains over 1,500,000 books, with room for 1,000,000 more. Library Postcards. New York. Artist rendering. 14.0 x 8.6 cm. Paper. 3296 x 2036 pixels. 600 dpi. 20,156,504 bytes. less
  • Format
  • TIFF
  • Rights
  • Unknown