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NEW TERMINAL AT TWENTY-THIRD STREET, NEW YORK CITY.
Baltimore-or is it the Baltimore hostelry that resembles the New York hotel? Going back again to Twenty-third Street and looking northward on Broadway one sees several big department stores and the owls of the architecturally satisfying Herald Building. The noisy whir of the elevated and its unsightly track, somewhat mar what would otherwise be a pleasant place to look upon, Herald Square. Beyond that, bounding the
upper end of the Rialto, looms the Times Building on old Longacre Square, now rechristened Times Square, garnished all around by the oriental-looking Kiosks of the Subway. Silently, with faces set sharply towards each other, the Times Building guards the upper end of the new business center; the Flatiron Building the lower end. Standing, whitely, high above the rest of the world about them the one; looming darkly,