“Not the least of the great strengths of Anderson’s vision is the extent to which he makes us see that, even now, the masonry buildings of Wall Street have the staying power. Every one of these photographs is taken in our time, and yet the newer buildings magically recede. Anderson has figured out how to avoid letting any of them occupy the foreground. It is a remarkable achievement.”
– Paul Goldberger, architecture critic for The New Yorker.