This Romanesque building, whose original tenants were publishers of religious flyers and newspapers called tracts, faces Printing House Square, where a statue of Benjamin Franklin by Ernst Plassman has been standing with a copy of his newspaper, the Pennsylvania Gazette, since 1872. The neighborhood was already home to such well-known newspapers as the New York Times, the New York World, the Herald, and the Daily Graphic.
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