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Dewey & LeBoeuf: A Visual Essay
(Or: Dewey know what Steve DiCarmine looks like?)

In our last photo essay, we showed you a picture of the 1301 Avenue of the Americas building sign, featuring legacy Dewey Ballantine and the dearly departed Lehman Brothers. Here is a similar sign, but this time featuring Dewey & LeBoeuf and the ghost of Lehman Brothers (photo by Hale Jacob; again, click to enlarge):

Alas, it might not be long before the “Dewey & LeBoeuf” lettering gets rubbed out as well.

What, you think the sign is untouchable? We regret to inform you that you’re wrong.

They can take whatever they want to take. They already came for the vending machines….

(hidden for your protection)

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