Pierpont Morgan Library, New York Photos
The Pierpont Morgan Library (29 E 36th St.) was built (1906) by financier J.P. Morgan as designed by McKim, Mead & White to house his collection of rare books. In 1906 an atrium entrance was designed by Renzo Piano to expand the display area for artistic & historic prints & documents.
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|New white entrance hall facade (2006) of Pierpont Morgan Library. New York, NY. Architect: Renzo Piano.||Italianate brownstone house (1852) (231 Madison Ave.) now part of Pierpont Morgan Library. NY.||Ironwork balcony on Italianate brownstone portion of Pierpont Morgan Library. New York, NY.||Pierpont Morgan Library with brownstone, Renzo Piano entrance & Charles McKim's Library Renaissance marble building (1903) (33 E. 36th St.). New York, NY. Architect: McKim, Mead & White. On National Register.|
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