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Newtown - Meyer House - Maspeth

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:26125 ela-004604 ela-004604.tif

Description: Meyer House - According to Armbruster: Cord Meyer Sr. "Original House”, on the south side of Grand Ave. between Rust St. and 59th St., Cord Meyer Jr. Born 1854 at Maspeth and married 1878 to Cornelia M. Covert. [Note: Cord Meyer Sr. originally lived on old Flushing Ave. (now 57th St. and 58th St. in part), and Queens Ledger Published an old Photo of another smaller house identified as Meyers Home]. Photo taken March 1923.

Collection : aql:7837

Creator : Eugene L. Armbruster

Date : March 1923; 1923-03

Summary/Description : Meyer House - According to Armbruster: Cord Meyer Sr. "Original House”, on the south side of Grand Ave. between Rust St. and 59th St., Cord Meyer Jr. Born 1854 at Maspeth and married 1878 to Cornelia M. Covert. [Note: Cord Meyer Sr. originally lived on old Flushing Ave. (now 57th St. and 58th St. in part), and Queens Ledger Published an old Photo of another smaller house identified as Meyers Home]. Photo taken March 1923.

Subject : Dwellings

Rights : Public domain; Contact digitalarchives@queenslibrary.org for research and reproduction requests.

Coverage : Maspeth, Queens, NY Maspeth (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:26125 ela-004604 ela-004604.tif

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Subject:
Dwellings
Rights Notice
Public domain; Contact digitalarchives@queenslibrary.org for research and reproduction requests.


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