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Newtown - A. Dengler’s Charlotteville Hotel

Collection: Eugene Armbruster Drawings and Photographs
Date: March 1923; 1923-03 Material: Black and white photograph Dimension: 4.5 x 3.5 inches; 400 dpi
Creator: Eugene L. Armbruster Identifier: aql:39082 ela-003926 ela-003926.TIFF

Description: A. Dengler’s Charlotteville Hotel - Located on the NW corner of 60th Street and Northern Boulevard. August H. Eberhardt (b.1846) married Elizabeth Dengler in 1868, and soon after formed a partnership with his father-in-law Adam Dengler, they erected this hotel and operated it together until 1873, then Eberhardt ran it alone until 1896. This photograph was taken in March 1924, the hotel was in ruins by May 1927.

Collection : aql:7837

Creator : Eugene L. Armbruster

Date : March 1923; 1923-03

Summary/Description : A. Dengler’s Charlotteville Hotel - Located on the NW corner of 60th Street and Northern Boulevard. August H. Eberhardt (b.1846) married Elizabeth Dengler in 1868, and soon after formed a partnership with his father-in-law Adam Dengler, they erected this hotel and operated it together until 1873, then Eberhardt ran it alone until 1896. This photograph was taken in March 1924, the hotel was in ruins by May 1927.

Subject : Hotels; Roadside buildings; Storefronts; Automobiles; Street-railroads

Rights : Public domain

Coverage : Woodside, Queens, NY Woodside (New York, N.Y.) Queens (New York, N.Y.) Newtown (Queens County, N.Y.)

Type : Black and white photograph

Format : Black and white photograph; 4.5 x 3.5 inches; 400 dpi

Identifier : aql:39082 ela-003926 ela-003926.TIFF

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Subject:
Hotels; Roadside buildings; Storefronts; Automobiles; Street-railroads
Rights Notice
Public domain


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