In 1881, longtime Harper's cartoonist Thomas Nast created this satirical sketch of what New York would look like by the turn of the century — lampooning new building technologies like the elevator and elevator break. By lambasting the race to build ever-higher, Nast foresaw the future of Lower Manhattan.
A Satirical Sketch Of New York
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