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Meet Me at Grand Central

a Photo Exhibit Offers a Glimpse into the Past

Thursday, August 16, 2007

Built in 190, Grand Central Terminal has long been a familiar crossroads for New Yorkers. But now some never before exhibited photographs taken in the1950’s remind passer-bys that throughout the well-known building lay complex layers of history. Captured long ago in an atmosphere thick with light and shadow Boris Klapwald’s photos offer a rare glimpse into America's grand waiting room during a different time. Sally Herships has more.

Boris Klapwald's Photos at Grand Central Terminal

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