Western Union Building, first floor interior 
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Full Address: 60 Hudson Street, Manhattan, NY
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Year Built: 1928-30
Year Designated: 1991
Year Published: 1991
Architect: Ralph Walker of Vorhees, Gmelin & Walker
Key words: "modernistic", skyscraper, modernism, communications building, office building, The New York and Mississippi Valley Printing Telegraph Company, Western Union, AT&T, telegraph building, steel-frame, "Telephone Capital of America", "house style", German Expressionism, expressionism, brick, Hudson Street, vestibule, West Broadway, interior landmark
Notes: Designation consists of Hudson Street entrance vestibule, the main corridor, the entrance hall, elevator lobbies, telephone alcove, auditorium lobby, and the fixtures and interior components of these spaces, including the wall, ceiling and floor surfaces, doors, elevator cabs and elevator doors.
Architectural Styles:
   Art Deco

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