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Another in my series of New York Neighborhood sketches. This is an approximately 8"x10" print of an original pencil sketch of the 1928 Main Building (now the David H. Zysman Building) of Yeshiva University, at its uptown Wilf campus, in upper Manhattan. Yeshiva, founded in 1886, today has six campuses in New York City, and one in Israel; its root was the Etz Chaim (Tree of Life) Yeshiva, an elementary school founded on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. It is the oldest institution of higher learning in the United States that combines Jewish scholarship with studies in the liberal arts, sciences, and medicine and law.

Zysman Hall was commissioned from and built by Charles B. Meyers Associates during the university's first year uptown. Used as the Main Building of the University, it was an Art Deco/Moorish Revival architectural fantasy. Other such buildings were planned, but could not be completed due to the Depression.

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New York Neighborhoods - Yeshiva University building - 8x10 inch print of pencil sketch

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