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Newtown - Looking West from 88th Place on Myrtle Avenue

Collection: Eugene Armbruster Drawings and Photographs
Date: May 1923; 1923-05 Material: Black and white photograph Dimension: 4.5 x 3.5 inches; 400 dpi
Creator: Eugene L. Armbruster Identifier: aql:39054 ela-003941 ela-003941.TIFF

Description: Myrtle Avenue - View looking west from 88th Place (aka Martin Avenue); on the right or north side was Riebling’s Greater New York Park and Casino, it was Glendale Movie Studios in the early 1920’s. A block further west was Schuetzen Park Hotel, and on the left (beyond the horse and wagon) was Henry Walter’s Emerald Park and Hotel. Construction of the Interboro Parkway in the early 1930’s wiped out this area of Glendale; photograph taken May 1923.

Collection : aql:7837

Creator : Eugene L. Armbruster

Date : May 1923; 1923-05

Summary/Description : Myrtle Avenue - View looking west from 88th Place (aka Martin Avenue); on the right or north side was Riebling’s Greater New York Park and Casino, it was Glendale Movie Studios in the early 1920’s. A block further west was Schuetzen Park Hotel, and on the left (beyond the horse and wagon) was Henry Walter’s Emerald Park and Hotel. Construction of the Interboro Parkway in the early 1930’s wiped out this area of Glendale; photograph taken May 1923.

Subject : Roads; Roadside buildings; Storefronts; Automobiles; Carriages and carts

Rights : Public domain

Coverage : Glendale, Queens, NY Glendale (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:39054 ela-003941 ela-003941.TIFF

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Subject:
Roads; Roadside buildings; Storefronts; Automobiles; Carriages and carts
Rights Notice
Public domain


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