The city’s �mail shafts are chock-full of good stories

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"Back in the day, chutes and an Otis elevator were signs of progressive building construction," said Karen Greene, a Manhattan psychologist and the author of the 2015 book Art Deco Mailboxes: An Illustrated Design History (http://wwnpag.es/Gy9d4). "They meant the building was a good place to rent and run your business. In fancy hotels, guests didn't need to tip bellboys in order to mail their letters or postcards." From Crain's New York Business.

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