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|246-252 Fulton St., Brooklyn, NY was an early address for the Ovington Brothers store.|
It appears from Google Street View that the entire 200 block of Fulton St.
was razed to make way for a widened Adams St.
|Half a Man|
|Title||Half a Man: The Status of the Negro in New York|
|Author||Mary White Ovington|
|Publisher||Longmans, Green, and Company, 1911|
|Original from||Harvard University|
|Digitized||Jun 29, 2007|
The Ovington Brothers business as advertised in Google Books:
|Title||The Independent, Volume 59 p.xxvi|
|Publisher||Independent Publications, Incorporated, 1905|
Although one could gather from the multiple room air conditioners the building could use additional insulation and maybe central air, the facades of no. 314 and its neighbor are outstanding. I hope their owners know and appreciate the unique style of these landmark buildings.
Of course, their current occupants aren't bad, either!
|Hungry? Online reviews indicate these are as good as they look!|
|Please let me know if you have any information on this image.|
|The code for identifying the light is noted at the bottom of the card.|
If you visit, please remember that the keeper's house was sold
in 1931 and is now a private residence. Only the lighthouse itself
is open to the public. Please respect the neighbors' privacy!
For more information, see the New London Maritime Society site.
New London Harbor Light has been restored by the New London Maritime Society, which proudly maintains other lighthouses in the region.
The USPS produced the video below (from YouTube) upon its issuance of a series of stamps honoring New England lighthouses:
For some of the best contemporary (2013) views of these lights, see the Pompeii Penguin blog.
Here's an assortment from a Google Image search:
|2015 views of Abescon from Google Image search|
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