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King's Dream of
New York, 1908

Flatiron Building
New York, 1902. 285' ht

H.J. Hardenbergh & J. Hollis
Wills of Clinton & Russell, NYC,
1902-3, 1909-11

C.L.W. Eidlitz and A. McKenzie:
Times Building, 1903-5. 362'8"

C.L.W. Eidlitz and A. McKenzie:
Times Building, 1903-5. 362' 8"

Times Square, with Times building, 1903-05

C.L.W. Eidlitz and A. McKenzie:
Times Building, 1903-5. 362'8"

C.L.W. Eidlitz and A. McKenzie: Times Building, 1903-5. 362' 8"

Francis Hatch Kimball: Trinity
and US Realty Buildings, NYC,
1904-5,1906-7. Steel frame footbridge added 1912. 260' ht (left); 275' (rt)

E. Flagg: "Little Singer
Building," New York, 1904

E. Flagg: Singer Building
New York, 1906-8. 612' ht.

E. Flagg: Singer Building
New York, 1906-8. 612'

P. LeBrun: Metropolitan Life
New York, 1907-09. 700'

McKim, Mead & White: Municipal
Building New York, 1909-14. 34 stories, 539'

C. Gilbert: Woolworth Building
New York, 1913. 792' ht

E. Graham: Equitable Building,
New York, 1915. 40 stories, 537.5'.

E. Graham: Equitable Building
New York, 1915

Robert S. Peabody & John G. Stearns: Custom House Tower, Boston, 1913-15. 498'

Graham, Anderson, Probst & White: Wrigley Building, Chicago, 1919-22

Graham, Anderson, Probst & White: Wrigley Building, Chicago, 1919-22 (center)

Hood & Howells: Chicago
Tribune, 1922-25. 473'

Hood & Howells: Chicago
Tribune, 1922-25. 473'

Adolf Loos: Chicago
Tribune competition entry, 1922

Eliel Saarinen: Chicago
Tribune competition entry, 1922

Mossdorf: Chicago
Tribune competition entry, 1922

Holabird & Roche: Chicago Temple, Chicago, 1924

I will be posting pictures later on
 

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My favorite scrapers of this period are The Singer Building and Woolworth.

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Woolworth Building
 

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Well since you never posted the pics I guess I will try

Flatiron Building
New York, 1902. 285' ht


H.J. Hardenbergh & J. Hollis
Wills of Clinton & Russell, NYC,
1902-3, 1909-11


C.L.W. Eidlitz and A. McKenzie:
Times Building, 1903-5. 362' 8"


Francis Hatch Kimball: Trinity
and US Realty Buildings, NYC,
1904-5,1906-7. Steel frame footbridge added 1912. 260' ht (left); 275' (rt)


E. Flagg: "Little Singer
Building," New York, 1904


E. Flagg: Singer Building
New York, 1906-8. 612' ht.


P. LeBrun: Metropolitan Life
New York, 1907-09. 700'


McKim, Mead & White: Municipal
Building New York, 1909-14. 34 stories, 539'


C. Gilbert: Woolworth Building
New York, 1913. 792' ht


E. Graham: Equitable Building,
New York, 1915. 40 stories, 537.5'.


Robert S. Peabody & John G. Stearns: Custom House Tower, Boston, 1913-15. 498'


Graham, Anderson, Probst & White: Wrigley Building, Chicago, 1919-22


Hood & Howells: Chicago
Tribune, 1922-25. 473'


Graham, Anderson, Probst &
White: Straus Building,
Chicago 1923


Thielbar & Fugard, architects, w. Giaver and Dinkelberg, associates: Jewelers Building Chicago, 1924-26.


Holabird & Roche: Chicago Temple, Chicago, 1924
 

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Holabird & Root: Chicago Board of Trade, Chicago 1930 605 ft




Graham, Anderson, Probst & White: Civic Opera Building, Chicago 1929 555 ft





Graham, Anderson, Probst & White: Pittsfield Building, Chicago 1927 551 ft



Herbert Hugh Riddle : Mather Tower, Chicago 1928 521 ft





Burnham Brothers: Carbide & Carbon Building, Chicago 1929 503 ft




Nimmons & Co.: 689 North Lake Shore Drive 1926 476 ft

 
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