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  • Source: Real Estate Record & Builders' Guide (vol. 14, no. 347, November 7, 1874), 322.

  • Formerly 49 Newell Street, now 41.

    Source: Real Estate Record & Builders' Guide (vol. 14, no 346, October 31, 1874), 304

  • Havemeyers & Elder first built a two-story warehouse on this site in 1874.1 In May of 1887, the building suffered a catastrophic fire. According to the Brooklyn Eagle, the building was used as a depot by the Erie Railroad, managed by L. M.

  • Historical address is 184 Keep Street. No architect listed, but William T. Lamb is assumed.

    Source: Real Estate Record & Builders' Guide (vol. 14, no 337, August 29, 1874), 146.

  • Possibly builder in partnership with Hagerman.

  • Source: Real Estate Record & Builders' Guide (vol. 14, no 337, August 29, 1874), 146.

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