By Frances Mulraney For Dailymail. Construction workers on the Chrysler Building are shown working at terrifying heights without any safety equipment in archive newsreel footage. One of New York's most iconic buildings, the 1,foot Chrysler building was constructed in less than two years at the dying end of the Roaring Twenties. This newsreel footage was captured in as workers wrestled to install an eagle head from the dizzying heights of the 61st floor. A shot looking down shows how high up the workers are standing without a safety harness. Construction workers sit on Chrysler Building scaffolding with no harnesses or helmets.
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Walter P. Chrysler Jr.
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Walter Percy Chrysler Jr. March 27, — September 17, was an American art collector, museum benefactor, and collector of other objects such as stamps, rare books, and glassworks. He was also a theatre and film producer. He began collecting art as a fourteen-year-old student at The Hotchkiss School in Lakeville, Connecticut.