Barclay-Vesey Building, first floor interior 
New York Telephone Building Interior
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Full Address: 140 West Street, Manhattan, NY
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Year Built: 1923-27
Year Designated: 1991
Year Published: 1991
Architect: Ralph Walker of McKenzie, Vorhees & Gmelin
Key words: telephone company, Howard F. Thurber, New York Telephone Company, Tribeca, West Street, American Telephone & Telegraph Company, 1916 Building Zone Resolution, setbacks, "Modernistic", "Modern Perpendicular", Ulysses Ricci, John DeCesare, Edgar Williams, Mack, Jenney & Tyler, Hugo R. B. Newman, skyscraper, interior landmark
Notes: Designation consists of West Street entrance vestibule, entrance vestibule on Washington Street, the lobby and interior fixtures including floor, wall and ceiling surfaces, doors, elevator cabs and doors.
Architectural Styles:
   Art Deco

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