Congregation Beth Jacob, S. Baum, rabbi, have determined to rebuild the synagogue on the east side of Keap near South 4th Street partly destroyed by lightning “some weeks ago”.1 In 1898 Hyde atlas, building appears as wood frame.
Convent constructed for the Sisters of St. Dominic, who prior to taking up residence here had been located at Graham and Montrose avenues. The building was converted to residential use starting in the mid-1980s.
Three-story non-fireproof convent, north side of Metropolitan, 148' west of Bedford Avenue. 1 Real Estate Record & Builders' Guide, v. 94, no. 2417: Articles (July 11, 1914), 78.
Now Greater Bibleway Temple. Construction of the temple was "under the direction of I. Levingson, chairman of the Building Committee". Cost of construction was estimated at $100,000. A lot fronting Lincoln Place was set aside for the residence of the rabbi.1 "LINCOLN PL.
Sources: Building, Past, Present and Future: Diocese of Brooklyn (Diocese of Brooklyn, 1938).
Constructed on the site of the former Elysian Views estate of W. W. Hulse, which was purchased by St. Patrick's parish in 1920.1