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Cornerspotted: Once a National Bank, Now a Harlem Church

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We liked the enthusiasm by commenter slcdavid on this week's Cornerspotter?he was so excited to guess the location that he forgot to sign in to his account before doing so. He correctly identified it as the Mt. Zion Church at the corner of 116th Street and Madison Avenue. We're unsure when the building was constructed, but the 1923 photo that we used from Museum of the City of New York identifies it as the Bank of the United States.
· Photo: 1765 Madison Avenue [MCNY]
· Hint: From Money to God, This Building Has Barely Changed [Curbed]
· Cornerspotter archives [Curbed]