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Church of the New Jerusalem (Swedenborgian), Monroe Place and Clark Street.
Old Brooklyn Theater, Post Office and Police Station, 1873 -- Present Site of Eagle Building.
Federal Building, Cor. Washington and Johnson Sts.
The Brooklyn Savings Bank and Hotel Touraine, Brooklyn, N.Y.
[123 Henry Street.]
[One Pierrepont Place.]
[Houses on Pierrepont Place.]
[6-8 Willow Place.]
[2-4 Willow Place.]
[Wedding of Ellen A. Low and Henry E. Pierrepont, Jr.]
Mr. Henry E. Pierrepont, Jr. [Marriage to Ellen A. Low.]
Miss Ellen A. Low [Marriage to Henry E. Pierrepont, Jr.]
[Wedding of Ellen Low Pierrepont and R. Burnham Moffat.]
[Wedding of Anne Low Pierrepont and Lea McIlvaine Luquer.]
Mr. Henry Evelyn Pierrepont, Jr. [Marriage to Ellen A. Low.]
Miss Ellen A. Low [Marriage to Henry Evelyn Pierrepont, Jr.]
[Wedding of Ellen A. Low and Henry Evelyn Pierrepont, Jr.]
[Wedding of Nellie Elizabeth Curran and Joseph Stephen Kery, Jr.]
280 Fulton Street. Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn Heights branch, children's library 2nd floor, interior of main room to desk, children.
112 Schermerhorn Street. Brooklyn Friends School, Mary Rogers, head of lower school, and "Pinky".
Brooklyn Nobody Knows [Richard Herbhold.]
[Map of the intersection of Orange, Cranberry, Hicks and Henry Streets.]
The Brooklyn Eagle Building, Brooklyn, N.Y.
The Old Hicks Residence on Hicks Street, One of the Landmarks on the Heights.
Brooklyn Eagle Building, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Brooklyn Daily Eagle Building, Corner Washington and Johnson Streets.
Packer Collegiate Institute, Joralemon St., Near Clinton.
Home of Thomas Wolfe, 5 Montague Terrace, Brooklyn. Sept. 15, 1947.
Henry Ward Beecher Memorial -- Plymouth Church, 1914. Brooklyn, N.Y.
N.Y.C. Unit - The Elevated Station at Brooklyn Bridge.
Pacific No. 14, Pierrepont St.
Brooklyn Collegiate Institute for Young Ladies
[Hicks Street, Grace Church.]
[131 and 135 Hicks Street.]
[Grace Church, Protestant Episcopal.]
[Real estate exchange, Brooklyn Library.]