3 edition of Nineteenth century dwelling houses of Greenwich Village. found in the catalog.
Nineteenth century dwelling houses of Greenwich Village.
Association of Village Homeowners. Landmarks Committee.
in New York]
Written in English
|Statement||[Text: Verna Small.|
|Contributions||Small, Verna Volz.|
|LC Classifications||NA7238.G7 A8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||12|
|LC Control Number||68006655|
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InLockwood’s much expanded thesis was published as a book, “Bricks and Brownstone: The New York Row House, ,” illustrated by Mayer’s photographs, and it became a bible for. There was a time when the quarter had few dwelling houses more than three stories high, but the real estate boom of the ’s brought the firs tall apartments there, and now they are everywhere: on Sheridan and Abingdon Squares, on Greenwich Avenue, and other streets, towering above the old structures that are part of the Village’s tradition.
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Inprior to the April, designation of the Greenwich Village Historic District, the Association’s Landmarks Committee published a guidebook to the architectural styles of Greenwich Village rowhouses, titled Nineteenth Century Dwelling Houses of Greenwich were contacted several weeks ago by a longtime Association member after she found several copies of the.
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