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Long Island City: 184 Newtown Road, corner of 17th Avenue , Middletown, 1923.
Long Island City: 240 Albert Street, east side, south of Bowery Bay Road, 1923.
Long Island City: 377 4th Avenue, just north of Washington Avenue, 1923.
Long Island City: A.D. Ditmars House, Boulevard and Ditmars Street north of New York Connecting Rail Road bridge, Astoria, 1922.
Long Island City: A.D. Ditmars House, Boulevard and Ditmars Street north of New York Connecting Rail Road bridge, Astoria, 1922.
Long Island City: A.D. Ditmars House, Boulevard and Ditmars Street north of New York Connecting Rail Road bridge, Astoria, 1922.
Long Island City: A.D. Ditmars House, Boulevard and Ditmars Street north of New York Connecting Rail Road bridge, Astoria, 1922.
Long Island City: A.D. Ditmars House, Boulevard and Ditmars Street north of New York Connecting Rail Road bridge, Astoria, 1922.
Long Island City: A.D. Ditmars House, Boulevard and Ditmars Street north of New York Connecting Rail Road bridge, Astoria, 1922.
Long Island City: Abraham Palhaus [?] House (center), on Boulevard [?], 1923. View from near Ditmars Avenue.
Long Island City: Abraham Palhaus [?] House (center), on Boulevard [?], 1923. View from near Ditmars Avenue.
Long Island City: Blossom House, north side of Greenoak Street opposite St. George Place, Astoria, 1923.
Long Island City: Blossom House, north side of Greenoak Street opposite St. George Place, Astoria, 1923.
Long Island City: Chambers House, northeast corner of Broadway and Crescent Street, Astoria, 1923.
Long Island City: Chambers House, northeast corner of Broadway and Crescent Street, Astoria, 1923.
Long Island City: Ditmars property, Ditmars Avenue north of the New York Connecting Railroad Bridge, Astoria, 1922.
Long Island City: Ditmars property, Ditmars Avenue north of the New York Connecting Railroad Bridge, Astoria, 1922.
Long Island City: Francis Briel [?] House (James McDonald House), 325 Grand Avenue, opposite 5th Avenue, Astoria, 1923.
Long Island City: Francis Duryea Kouwenhoven House, south of Old Bowery Road, just east of Kouwenhoven Street, Hellgate, 1922. Demolished by 1929.
Long Island City: Francis Duryea Kouwenhoven House, south of Old Bowery Road, just east of Kouwenhoven Street, Hellgate, 1922. Demolished by 1929.
Long Island City: Francis Duryea Kouwenhoven House, south of Old Bowery Road, just east of Kouwenhoven Street, Hellgate, 1922. Demolished by 1929.
Long Island City: Francis Duryea Kouwenhoven House, south of Old Bowery Road, just east of Kouwenhoven Street, Hellgate, 1923. Demolished by 1929.
Long Island City: Francis Duryea Kouwenhoven House, south of Old Bowery Road, just east of Kouwenhoven Street, Hellgate, 1923. Demolished by 1929.
Long Island City: Francis Duryea Kouwenhoven House, south of Old Bowery Road, just east of Kouwenhoven Street, Hellgate, 1923. Demolished by 1929.
Long Island City: General Ebenezer Stevens House, south side of Temple Street east of Boulevard [?], Astoria, 1922. Second site.
Long Island City: General Ebenezer Stevens House, south side of Temple Street east of Boulevard [?], Astoria, 1922. Second site.
Long Island City: General Ebenezer Stevens House, south side of Temple Street east of Boulevard [?], Astoria, 1922. Second site.
Long Island City: George Kouwenhoven House, north side of Old Bowery Road, west of Blackwell Street, 1923.
Long Island City: George Kouwenhoven House, north side of Old Bowery Road, west of Blackwell Street, 1923.
Long Island City: George Kouwenhoven House, north side of Old Bowery Road, west of Blackwell Street, 1923.
Long Island City: George Kouwenhoven House, north side of Old Bowery Road, west of Blackwell Street, 1923.
Long Island City: George Kouwenhoven House, north side of Old Bowery Road, west of Blackwell Street, 1923. Southeast view.
Long Island City: George Kouwenhoven House, north side of Old Bowery Road, west of Blackwell Street, 1923. Southwest view.
Long Island City: J. Weber House, south side of Old Bowery Road, about 2 blocks northeast of Jackson Avenue, 1923.

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