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Beaver Street: A History of Modern Pornography

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These columns, saved from the previous building, were reportedly imported from Pompeii, [17] [18] [19] and patrons touched these columns for good luck.

The building was then sold twice in the 1920s before the City Bank-Farmers Trust Company foreclosed on the building. The redesigned lobby was to contain marble walls, fluorescent lights, new elevator cabs, and a rebuilt staircase.The section east of William Street was known as Sloat Lane (also known as Slote Lane and the Sloot) by 1730 and later became known as Merchant Street. He walks up and down the two flights of stairs to his office in the morning, afternoon and at lunch. Charles Delmonico died in 1901, [38] and his aunt Rosa Delmonico took over the restaurant's operation until her own death three years later.

At the same intersection, the building abuts 1 William Street to the south, 15 William Street to the north, and 20 Exchange Place to the northeast. On Beaver Street, a pink-granite stoop leads up to an archway, which leads to the building's residential (formerly office) stories. During the 1920s and 1930s, the upper floors of 56 Beaver Street were being used as offices for ship insurance, legal offices, and other types of offices.The blend of several varieties of American hops make this copper colored ale especially pleasing for pale ale lovers. The curved corner's spandrel panels, above the windows on the third and fifth stories, contain foliate motifs. Wall Street Court was originally known as the Beaver Building and contained the offices of the Munson Line, a steamship-line company in the Americas.

She is also the third dam of 2000/2001 Peruvian Horse of the Year Black Coffey, 1993 Canadian champion sprinter Apelia, and Grade 3 winner Bossanova. She is the dam of 1973 Florida Derby (USA-G1) winner Royal and Regal and 1978 Jamaica Handicap (USA-G3) winner Regal and Royal, both by Vaguely Noble. Constructed between 1903 and 1904 as a speculative development, it is a New York City landmark and on the National Register of Historic Places.The eastern tributary was renamed Princes Street by 1695, Princess Street by 1711, and Carmer Street by 1767. In a 1977 article, the New York Daily News had described the building as "empty and dark, although two gas lamps at its entrance still burn with a ghostly flicker".

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