Month: April 2018

Clues For A Minor Mystery

We’re looking at the side wall of a small, 1920s industrial building in Brooklyn, with the front facade on the left. (Click on the photo to enlarge it.) The two street facades – the one we’re facing and the front – have some ornament constructed entirely of brick. The only non-brick masonry is the cornice …

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As The Century Progressed

That’s the intersection of Broome Street and Broadway, looking west. Again, we’ve got multiple eras in a small area. The little building with the white facade on Broadway, just above the white van, is a commercial structure from 1860, the tall building wrapped around it, with facades on both Broadway and Broome was built in …

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