Bankers Trust Building Construction Photographs 1910-11
Photo #B16361
Photograph courtesy The Skyscraper Museum
Only a single bay of the Stevens Building' Wall Street facade remains; on the Nassau Street side its roof has been removed and a crew of mechanics is visible at what was once the sixth floor. Masons are also visible at the seventh floor of the Gillender Building, where they have removed the balustrades at the masonry balconies and are proceeding to remove the stone cladding at the facade. Huge piles of debris--both masonry and steel--are visible on the protective staging over Wall Street.