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Building the Empire State

Building the Empire State For forty years, from 1931 to 1971, the Empire State Building held the title of world's tallest building. This site, from the Skyscraper Museum, tells the story of the building's construction. This site includes fascinating historical photographs of this engineering and
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Building the Empire State


For forty years, from 1931 to 1971, the Empire State Building held the title of world's tallest building. This site, from the Skyscraper Museum, tells the story of the building's construction. This site includes fascinating historical photographs of this engineering and architectural wonder.

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• High School Middle School

Judy O'Neill

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