Likely in Brooklyn Heights.
[Detail of ornament on building façade.]
[Residence. Interior, bedroom.]
[Residence. Interior, parlor.]
[Interior, library or study.]
63 Gates Avenue, Brooklyn
The Bowery--Actor Kirk Douglas Tours the City
Date of assignment December 29, 1950.
[Universal Temple building.]
[Dakota Apartments, 1 West 72nd Street.]
[247-249 Central Park West.]
[5, 3 and 1 Monroe Place.]
[Broadway façade of A.T. Demarest & Company and Peerless Motor Car Company Building.]
Later the General Motors Corporation Building.
[265 Clinton Avenue.]
[Row houses on the eastern side of Washington Avenue between Dekalb and Lafayette Avenues.]
Originally the Astor Building, onetime New Museum of Contemporary Art.
[130 and 128 East 73rd Street.]
106 Pierrepont Street, Brooklyn
[109 Rugby Road, Brooklyn.]
315 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn
[National Association of Machinists AFL-CIO, 7 East 15th Street.]
Originally YWCA, formerly Rand School.
[256-258 Mott Street.]
Originally the 14th Ward Industrial School and Astor Memorial Building.
[Round, windowed tower of 655-671 Sixth Avenue.]
Originally the Hugh O'Neill Dry Goods Store.
Brooklyn Nobody Knows [869-871 St. Marks Avenue.]
Date of assignment September 21, 1948.