The publication The Landmarks of New York: An Illustrated Record of the City’s Historic Buildings, is a wonderful source for New York’s best architecture. Now, a new exhibition of photographs depicting some of the city’s best landmarks, and organized by Barbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel, chairperson of the Historic Landmarks Preservation Center, has opened at the Conrad B. Duberstein U.S. Bankruptcy Courthouse. It seeks to illustrate the book’s achievements and to bring to lights these extraordinary buildings that have mede it to the prestigious list of NYC Landmarks. Among the icons selected for the show are: the Woolworth Building (shown below during its construction in 1913), Rockefeller Center, the Brooklyn Bridge, and St. Patrick’s Cathedral. The Rockefeller Guest House on 242 East 52nd Street (above), the Little Red Lighthouse in Fort Washington Park are included in the list of buildings included in this show.