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The cathedral of commerce
Edwin A. Cochran
|Contributions||Durst, Seymour B., 1913- former owner|
|LC Classifications||NA6233.N5 W595|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
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It faces upon three streets and has nine entrances, including two, direct communications with the Author: Edwin Cochran. The Cathedral of Commerce: Woolworth Building, New York is a 32 page softcover book published in to celebrate one of New York’s great buildings.
As the book describes it, at the time it was: “The highest building in the world.” It took on the title of tallest building in and it would remain so until when the Chrysler Building was completed.
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With text and beautiful color illustrations. Stapled book that measures approximately 8" x /4". Please review our photographs and feel welcome to ask any date: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cochran, Edwin A. Cathedral of commerce. [New York]: Broadway Park Place Co., © (OCoLC) More than just an economic phenomenon, the department store, at the intersection of culture and commerce, was a social force that helped mold the modern city dweller's sense of identity by providing a shared experience, a vision common to all kinds of participants.
The emergence of the department store was an international urban development. Before there was a World Trade Center, there was a Cathedral of Commerce. This was the Woolworth Building - the world's tallest when built.
It is said that the Reverend S. Parkes Cadman dedicated the Woolworth Building as a "cathedral of commerce" at its official opening on Ap Additional Physical Format: Print version: Cathedral of commerce. [S.l.]: Broadway Park Place Co., (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource.
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As you walk through a high-ceilinged, echoing cathedral you look out the window and often see in great contrast, a bustling metropolis.