Posts Tagged ‘landmarked’

May 31, 2015 at 03:24PM

May 31, 2015

Lunchtime #drawing: The 1805-6 Federal-style Commandant’s House at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, behind a tall gate, with a peaked roof and observation deck. Matthew C. Perry, brother of Oliver Hazard Perry, lived here while commandant from 1841-2. #NicksLunchboxService #CommandantsHouse #Brooklyn #BrooklynNavyYard #VinegarHill #gate #mansion #Landmarked #architecture #FederalStyle (at Vinegar Hill, Brooklyn) from Nick’s Lunchbox Service […]

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September 23, 2014 at 06:59PM

September 23, 2014

Later than lunchtime drawing: The buildings along this stretch of Fifth Avenue are part of the Metropolitan Museum Historic district in NYC on the first day of autumn. This landmark district was designated in 1977 and runs along Fifth Ave. from 78th to 86th Street and incorporates many of the houses on the mid-blocks between […]

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