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Workmen making up sections of the vaulted roof. When the steel skeleton is completed, it is swung into position on the foundation by a gigantic crane. Each section is about 12 feet wide and 112 feet across. When in position, concrete is poured forming a solid roof

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Workmen making up sections of the vaulted roof. When the steel skeleton is completed, it is swung into position on the foundation by a gigantic crane. Each section is about 12 feet wide and 112 feet across. When in position, concrete is poured forming a solid roof

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Public domain photograph of building ruins, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

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01/01/1938
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Harris & Ewing, photographer
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Library of Congress
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