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Last week the New York Times put out a call for names of the invisible women who "built New York" and today Curbed National rose to the challenge, nominating five women from the first half of the Twentieth Century who anonymously built bits of the city. Take, for example, Fay Kellogg, who started her own firm in 1903, or Beatrix Ferrand, the landscape architect that designed public gardens all over the American northwest. Take a look, this way. [Curbed National]