Two views of the (R.C.) Church of the Visitation. T he parish of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary was founded in 1854 under the leadership of Bishop John Loughlin. According to the parish's website their first church, built in 1855, ...
Street address: Richards Street & Visitation Place, Brooklyn, NY
View of King Street west of Van Brunt St, toward Buttermilk Channel, showing in the background one of the Barber Line steamships. As of 2016, the only remaining structure on this block from 1938 is 196 King Street on the far left in this view.
Street address: King Street & Van Brunt Street, Brooklyn, NY
Columbia Street, west side, north of Verona Street. At the left is seen the American Can Co. on Dwight Street, between Delevan and Verona Streets. Also note sign in background reading "Hardwood Lumber". The structure for the American Can Company is...
Street address: Columbia Street & Verona Street, Brooklyn, NY
Viewed from Huntington Street, north side, east from Columbia Street. The low building in the center background, seen across the lot, is Public School No. 27.. Also shown in 1939 with a new addition to the school under construction.
Street address: Huntington Street & Columbia Street, Brooklyn, NY
74-82 Sullivan Street, north side, between Richards and Van Brunt Streets. None of these structures exist today. The location is now occupied by a brick building, listed (in 2013) as "Residential Loft Building"
Street address: Sullivan Street & Richards Street, Brooklyn, NY