Columbus Circle, Manhattan, 1938
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This image, Columbus Circle, Manhattan, 1938, taken on February 10, 1938, was one of 302 black and white photographs selected out of the hundreds Abbott shot. The photographer climbed to the ninth floor of the General Motors Building and peered through the Schenley Distillers Corporation billboard for this view of Broadway, Central Park West and West 59th St. Just beyond Gaetano Russo's statue of C.C., we see the two-story American Circle Building topped by a Coca Cola ad, a sign touting the musical review At Home Abroad and the newly-built Mayflower Hotel in the background.
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