Between 1792 and 1865 the NYSE became more organized and structured on paper but not in architecture. It had no permanent building to call home. As New York became the financial center of 19th century America, a new structure was built. Market growth quickly outpaced the building's 1865 design, however. The Victorian building with the that occupied this site between December 1865 and May 1901 was demolished to be replaced by something bigger.


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