The following is a chronological list of all the remaining Streetscapes articles that did not fall into any of the districts that we used for sorting. They are available to anyone should they wish to create lists for the remaining districts in New York. You may direct any questions about completing this project to Professor Cohen.
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01.03.88 West Side Rail Line (1934) --
06.26.88 Q&A: I.S. 52, nwc Academy & Vermilyea (1914) C. B. J. Snyder
10.23.88 Q&A: Apartment, 58-60 Marble Hill Avenue (1927) Springsteen & Goldhammer
06.03.90 Q&A: Joe's Oyster House --
07.21.96 Manhasset, nwc 108th & Broadway (1901/1905) Joseph Wolf/ Janes & Leo/ Archibald Anstey/ Kevin Bone
10.01.89 Millburn Pumping Station, Freeport (1891) [also, update on Loth Building, see 10.01.1989] Frank Freeman
09.02.90 Q&A: Rowhouse, 932 Second Avenue (1867) Sylvester Murphy
12.01.91 Q&A: 1335 York Avenue (Glass family) --
05.14.89 Park Avenue office buildings (supplement) (1930's-1950's) --
05.08.94 Tiny buildings on Park Avenue - Real Estate Section feature --
09.10.89 Q&A: Lefcourt Building, 275 Seventh Avenue (1928) Ely Jacques Kahn
02.10.91 New Amsterdam Theatre (1903) Herts & Tallant
03.17.91 Q&A: Windsor Hotel fire --
04.10.88 Saw Mill Parkway Gas Station, Yonkers (1932) Gilmore Clarke/ Clinton Lloyd
02.14.93 The Cragswold, Scarsdale, NY (1928) -- restoration of steel casement windows Townsend, Steinle & Haskell/ John Seekircher
02.13.94 c Decorated construction sheds Einstein & Co./ Beyer Blinder Belle/ Evergreen Painting/ Rosenberg-Kolb/ Dente & Christina Correction: The designer of the Jekyll & Hyde shed is not Rosenberg-Kolb, but the owner, D. R. Finley.
03.05.95 c Q&A: New York Hospital, nwc Hudson & Jay (1893) Cady, Berg & See Correction: It was Presbyterian Hospital that was at 70th and Park in the 1890's; New York Hospital was on 15th between Fifth and Sixth Avenues.
12.03.95 e Q&A: Wright Memorial, Kitty Hawk (1930) Rodgers & Poor/ Jo Mielziner/ Swanke Hayden Connell Error: although "Jo Malzenaar" was correctly transcribed from a published account of the Cape Cinema, it is actually an error for Jo Mielziner.
12.03.95 Q&A: Broadway Alley (1832) --
02.18.96 e Rowhouse, 1 Riverview Terrace (1879/1942) John Sexton/ Victor Proetz/ David Stanford/ Edward Silva Error: the date of the photograph is 1940, not "1946".
03.05.89 L Cos Cob Power Plant, Greenwich (1907) Westinghouse, Church, Kerr & Co./ Allan Shope
01.10.99 Grand Prospect Hall, 263 Prospect Avenue (1903) Ulrich Huberty
08.04.96 c Heinsheimer house, Far Rockaway (1907) - demolition by New York State Rodolphe Daus Correction: Heinsheimer died in 1909, not in 1910. The photo credit should read "Courtesy of Vincent Seyfried".
09.22.96 Smallpox Hospital, Roosevelt Island (1856/1905) James Renwick, Jr./ York & Sawyer/ John Milner
10.16.94 City Hospital, Blackwell's Island (1861) Renwick & Auchmuty
04.05.92 Glossary of terms: brownstone, rowhouse, townhouse, etc. - sidebar in Real Estate Section --
12.07.97 Q&A: one-way streets (1920's) --
05.15.88 Lost Skyscrapers (supplement) --
08.04.94 Researching house histories [Home Section article] --
08.28.94 Post-Closing Surprises [Real Estate Section Feature] --
10.11.92 Cleaning buildings - feature article --
03.28.93 "Redwood Curtain" set, Lanford Wilson play (1993) [Arts Section] John Lee Beatty
10.24.93 "Age of Innocence" movie sets - in Arts section Dante Ferretti --
06.17.90 c IRT Subway Stations - advertising (1904) Heins & Lafarge Correction: The 1904 subway ran up Fourth Avenue, not Lexington.
12.26.91 Fay s. Lincoln photograph collection, Penn State University - Home Section feature article --
03.17.91 Q&A: wall safe (1910) Neville & Bagge
03.17.96 L NYHS photo exhibit - evolution of street parking --
05.12.96 Guastavino vaulting exhibit/ Queensboro Bridge Rafael Guastavino/ Henry Hornbostel/ Walter B. Melvin
02.02.97 Mercury stoplights, Fifth Avenue (1931) Joseph H. Freedlander
12.10.95 Bishop's Crook Lampost (1896)/Type F Lamppost (1911) R. R. Bowker/ Charles F. Lacombe
07.30.95 c Street trees - mythology Elbert Peets Correction: the picture caption reading "Madison at 50th" actually shows a house at the northwest corner of 80th and Madison.
08.16.92 L "Original" bluestone sidewalk, Columbus Avenue -- Error: the number of surviving bluestone slabs on Columbus Avenue is 65, not 36.
12.17.89 L Destruction of view down Fifth Avenue Olmsted & Vaux/ John M. Carrere/ Kohn Pedersen Fox
03.22.98 William Van Allen, skyscraper guy William Van Alen
02.26.95 Frank Freeman, Architect, Exhibit Frank Freeman
09.11.88 Rosario Candela (supplement) - luxury apartment house architect Rosario Candela
06.04.95 Q&A: Alonzo B. See --
01.22.89 Q&A: Rosario Candela/Gaetan Ajello Rosario Candela/Gaetan Ajelloy
Crafts and craftsmen
08.16.98 John A. Seekircher, steel casement window maven John A. Seekircher
01.24.99 Marvin Schneider, Clockmaster
02.21.99 Historical Arts & Casting: A Salt Lake City iron foundry. Philip Johnson/Joseph Pell Lombardi/Samuel Yellin
10.25.98 Douglas Leigh, Times Square signs - the "idea guy" Douglas Leigh
04.25.99 Evergreene Studios Jeff Greene
06.02.91 Q&A: Henry Wells, engraver --
09.01.91 Q&A: William H. Willcox William H. Willcox
09.10.89 Q&A: Brady Family --
06.03.90 Q&A: Julia Feke Cortright --
10.29.95 Terra Cotta Walking Tour Book by Susan Tunick Walter Haefeli/ Wallis & Goodwillie/ Ely Jacques Kahn/ Warren & Wetmore
07.09.95 "Historic Building Construction" by Donald Friedman (book review) --ein
05.16.93 Book Review letter re: Elizabeth Hawes "New York, New York" - Dakota --
10.17.93 Blum & Blum book by Susan Tunick and Andrew Dolkart Blum & Blum/ Albert Mayer
This list was compiled by Amanda Chudnow '03 (Bryn Mawr College) and Caroline Drucker '03 (Bryn Mawr College) for Cities 306 (Advanced Field Techniques: Places in Time)