As seen on the facade of the 1920s-era building at 144 Fifth Avenue, near 20th Street. There’s another Fifth Avenue bas relief just like it on the other side of the fire escape.
Tags: 1920s buildings in New York City, Fifth Avenue, Flatiron District
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