June 1980
New Yorker;6/16/1980, Vol. 56 Issue 17, p30
The article relates the authors' experience in staying at the Pan Am Building in New York during a rainstorm. They cite that a crowd of people was standing in the open lobby of the building watching the deluge. They narrate that thunder was crashing overhead and rain was hurling onto the pavements. They describe some of the rainwatchers.


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