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1. One of the first nicknames for the Empire State Building was:

This iconic addition to the New York City skyline, designed by William Lamb, opened during the Great Depression in 1931, and much of its office space sat empty. The building was not profitable until 1950.

This iconic addition to the New York City skyline, designed by William Lamb, opened during the Great Depression in 1931, and much of its office space sat empty. The building was not profitable until 1950.

This iconic addition to the New York City skyline, designed by William Lamb, opened during the Great Depression in 1931, and much of its office space sat empty. The building was not profitable until 1950.

This iconic addition to the New York City skyline, designed by William Lamb, opened during the Great Depression in 1931, and much of its office space sat empty. The building was not profitable until 1950.

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The Gray Lady

 

The Top of the City

 

The Empty State Building

 

The 35th Avenue Folly

 
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