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909 Third Avenue

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Pulaski Bridge in the early morning

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Queens Street – Long Island City

In the moments before a Long Island Railroad train pulls into the tunnel to Manhattan you can get a glimpse of this building. It stands out from the other nearby factory buildings with its peeling blue paint and odd geometric … Continue reading

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Flower District

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Apple Tag & Label, Long Island City

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Laid Low by a Curve

Laid Low by a Curv

BLDG 1/291, Material Laboratory, Substation 27 – Brooklyn Navy Yard

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A Little Slice of Grand Street History

Two Abused Federal Survivors I wrote a paper on Grand Street’s commercial history for Documentation class last year and this post from Daytonian in Manhattan gives the flavor. I thought I would link to it because the author used one … Continue reading

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Mergenthaler Linotype Complex

All these years, because I had only seen the word in print, I was pronouncing it lin-o-type. Apparently, its pronounced line-o-type.

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Historic Details in Wallabout

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Saturday Snowfall

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