This is a 19-point chart showing Manhattan buildings of architectural, cultural, or social importance, all of which were bulldozed, destroyed, or burned out of existence between 1902 and 2017. This one was especially difficult to make. Very few places have destroyed as many storied skyscrapers as Manhattan, and some omissions (the impractically thin Gillender Building, for example) sting. On the other hand, some losses are so enourmously felt (the World Trade Center, Penn Station) as to demand inclusion. At least I could draw some sweet little facades (the Lenox Lounge, the old Radio Row Heins & Bolet Shop) to make myself feel better? Printed in an open edition, signed and dated on reverse.