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By the end of the war they were delivering 150 tonnes of parcels per day to prisoners in six countries.
The American Express Company, also known as Amex, is an American multinational financial services corporation headquartered in Three World Financial Center in New York City.
The company was founded in 1850, and is one of the 30 components of the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
In 1880, American Express built a new warehouse behind the Broadway Building at 46 Trinity Place.
The designer is unknown, but it has a façade of brick arches that are reminiscent of pre-skyscraper New York.
By 1903, the company had assets of some million, second only to the National City Bank of New York among financial institutions in the city.
In 1874, American Express moved its headquarters to 65 Broadway in what was becoming the Financial District of Manhattan, a location it was to retain through two buildings. purchased a lot on Vesey Street in New York City as the site for its stables.
The company's first New York headquarters was an 1858 marble Italianate palazzo at 55–61 Hudson Street, which had a busy freight depot on the ground story with a spur line from the Hudson River Railroad.
The old buildings, dubbed by the New York Times as "among the ancient landmarks" of lower Broadway, were inadequate for such a rapidly expanding concern.
After some delays due to the war in Europe, the 21-story neo-classical American Express Co.
To reflect this, the company purchased the Broadway buildings and site.