Photo Credit: photo: M. Cook
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Woolworth Buildingca. 1930
251 x 202 mm (9.9 x 8 in.)
Louis H. Ruyl, American, b. born 1870
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- plate Dimensions: 251 x 202 mm (9.9 x 8 in.)
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