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75 Stewart

75 Stewart was designed by architects Buchman & Kahn, originally planned in 1919 as a 2-story extension to the Englander Spring Bed factory, showroom, and warehouse.

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a collection of historic images of the englander building, goldberger dolls, the printhouse

538 Crumbles

Stairwell details and mapping

Reconstruction of the cornice

Bricked up Basement Windows of 75 Stewart

Second floor sections of alternate 1940 loading dock location

2nd Floor Roof: Skylights

A loose brick reveals ROSE

2nd Floor Office and the Undiscovered Elevator

Interior First Floor Framing, Renderings, and Questions

Parshelsky Brothers move in

The search for two facades

1919 extension: 4 story fireproof 75 Stewart

2018 Train platform evidence

1940 First floor garage renovation

Gantry Crane and freight yard

Rendering with background

Anomaly #2: Missing bricks and Masonry Patches

What can we find in the earliest photo found yet?

MEC & MC and the National Paper Bag Co.

1916 Wall Dogs

Mysterious Mezzanine: The lost 1916 Gallery

Interior of 1916 Englander Building

Historic Records of Triangle Block

Maps: Farms to Factories

Picture 538 Johnson Not in Ruins

1920s Bushwick

Aerial photo from 1924

1980 Tax Photos of the loading platform

The LIRR loading platform

Present day survey of the interior of two story building -- first floor

Anomoly 1: Strange Column Bondage

Details of the second floor

Drawing the Digital Frame

Framing Diagram of Two Story Building

Original Blueprints for the 1916 Foundation