Interior view of America House at 44 West Fifty-third Street in New York City. America House was a retail sales outlet founded by Mrs. Vanderbilt Webb in New York in 1940. It was open for thirty years, beginning on East Fifty-fourth Street moving to Madison Avenue at Fifty-second Street three years later; and finally in 1960 to 44 West Fifty-third Street where it closed January 31, 1971. The building, designed by David Campbell, later became the headquarters for the American Craft Council.
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