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Judge A.C. Monson House

Collection: This image is from The Eugene Armbruster Drawings and Photographs and is depicted in a print and digital image.; Image is part of the Eugene Armbruster Drawings and Photographs
Date: 1895 Material: ink on paper Dimension: 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches (print); 400 ppi (digital image)
Creator: Eugene L. Armbruster Identifier: aql:8659 ela-003683 ela-003683.tif

Description: Judge A.C. Monson house. Stone house built by Stephen A. Halsey in 1835. Later became PS #9. Building was razed and the property is now part of the Astoria Houses. Print clipped from a book or magazine.; hand written on front of print: Old Long Island city High School Astoria; on back: FORMER HOME OF STEPHEN A. HALSEY BUILT 1840 STONE QUARRIEDON SITE; HOME OF JUDGE A.C. MONSON LI CITY HIGH SCHOOL ILLUS FROM: KELSEY - HISTORY OF LI CITY 1896 LATER PS #9

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Subject:
Dwellings
Collection : aql:7837; vital:1

Creator : Eugene L. Armbruster

Date : 1895

Summary/Description : Judge A.C. Monson house. Stone house built by Stephen A. Halsey in 1835. Later became PS #9. Building was razed and the property is now part of the Astoria Houses. Print clipped from a book or magazine.; hand written on front of print: Old Long Island city High School Astoria; on back: FORMER HOME OF STEPHEN A. HALSEY BUILT 1840 STONE QUARRIEDON SITE; HOME OF JUDGE A.C. MONSON LI CITY HIGH SCHOOL ILLUS FROM: KELSEY - HISTORY OF LI CITY 1896 LATER PS #9

Subject : Dwellings

Rights : Public domain

Coverage : Munson Street, now 2nd Street and Astoria Boulevard, Long Island City, NY Astoria (New York, N.Y.) Queens (New York, N.Y.)

Type : clipping; digital image

Format : ink on paper; 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches (print); 400 ppi (digital image)

Identifier : aql:8659 ela-003683 ela-003683.tif

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Public domain


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