Business & Finance: Yellow Steel

A dull red coat of preservative paint is the usual lot of structural steel, a dull red which is promptly censored by an overcoating of black. But from now on, the structural steel for all skyscrapers whose frames are by the Hay Foundry & Iron Works of New York will shine yellow in the glare of the sun. The first of them will be the Louis Adler Building, now arising on Seventh Avenue at 37th St., Manhattan.


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