359 Broadway Building, Borough of Manhattan : built 1852, architect unknown
- 359 Broadway Building, Borough of Manhattan : built 1852, architect unknown / Landmarks Preservation Commission.
- New York (N.Y.). Landmarks Preservation Commission, author.
- [New York] : Landmarks Preservation Commission, 
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- Additional Authors
- 17 pages : illustrations, map; 28 cm
- Series Statement
- Designation list / Landmarks Preservation Commission ; 228
- New York (N.Y.). Landmarks Preservation Commission. Designation list ; 228.
- Commercial buildings
- Architecture, Victorian
- 359 Broadway Building (New York, N.Y.)
- New York (State) > New York
- Immeubles commerciaux > New York (État) > New York
- Architecture victorienne > New York (État) > New York
- Architecture > Conservation and restoration > New York (State) > New York
- Manhattan (New York, N.Y.) > Buildings, structures, etc
- New York (N.Y.) > Buildings, structures, etc
- Brady, Mathew B., approximately 1823-1896
- Field & Correja
- Commercial buildings > New York (State) > New York
- Architecture, Victorian > New York (State) > New York
- Caption title.
- Report prepared by Kevin McHugh, edited by Elisa Urbanelli.
- October 16, 1990."
- "Landmark Site: Borough of Manhattan Tax Map Block 174, Iot 33"--Page 1.
- A distinguished early Italianate commercial building designed by the firm of Field & Correja.
- The top three floors of the building were used by pioneering photographer Mathew Brady as a portrait studio from 1853 to 1859, where he photographed many famous Americans. On the south side of the building a faded painted sign for Mathew Brady's Studio could once be seen by pedestrians on Broadway, but this was painted over before 1990.
- Bibliography (note)
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 11-12).
- Owning Institutions
- Columbia University Libraries