Fraternity Clubs Building, New York City, 1924. View from the west of the arcade, corner towers and penthouse which crown the building, showing interesting texture of the wall surface produced by random projection of bricks. Designed by Murgatroyd and Ogden in Renaissance Revival style, the Fraternity Clubs Building is a hotel completed in 1923. Today it is known as Jolly Madison Towers. From The Architectural Forum Volume XLI. [Rogers and Manson, New York, 1924]
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