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        Pulitzer Building | The Gilded Age (1870-1910) | U.S. History

        1893: New York City Hall, left, and the Pulitzer Building (or World Building) on Park Row. The Pulitzer Building, 26 storeys high topped by a neo-classical dome, was designed by architect George B. Post for the 'New York World' newspaper. Completed in 1890, when it held title as the World's tallest. It was demolished in 1955 for an expanded roadway to the Brooklyn Bridge. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)

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