Entrance, 123 East 35th Street, 1977.

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245 10|aEntrance, 123 East 35th Street, 1977.
255 |c40.747588,-73.980024
260 |g1977
300 |a1 photographic reproduction ; 11.3 x 16.6 cm.
500 |a1901-1903
500 |aLanier, James F. D., 1858-1928; Lanier, Harriet Bishop, 1860-1931.
500 |aDigitized by Mina Rees Library; City University of New York. Graduate School and University Center.
500 |aImage courtesy of the Murray Hill Neighborhood Association.
520 |aEntrance, 123 E. 35th Street. Photograph damaged; hole in the center. Originally the James F. D. Lanier House. Built 1901-1903 ; Architect: Hoppin & Koen. The 33 foot wide, 3 bay home replaced two earlier brownstone rowhouses. The Beaux Arts mansion was built by James F. D. Lanier, a banker, and his wife, Harriet Bishop Lanier.
540 |aThe images and information provided in this collection may not be reproduced in any form without permission from the Mina Rees Library, The Graduate Center, City University of New York, except for "fair use" as defined by copyright law.
650 1 |aLanier, James F. D., 1858-1928 -- Homes and haunts.
650 1 |aLanier, Harriet Bishop, 1860-1931 -- Homes and haunts.
650 1 |aArchitecture, Domestic.
650 1 |aEntrances.
650 1 |aDecoration and ornament, Architectural.
650 1 |aTownhouses.
650 1 |aMansions.
650 1 |aBeaux arts.
650 1 |aRustication.
650 1 |aKeystones.
650 1 |aDoors.
650 1 |aBricks.
650 1 |aLimestone.
700 1 |aPins, Anita|ePhotographer
710 2 |aHoppin & Koen|eArchitect