Church buildings | Eugene L. Armbruster | Elmhurst (New York, N.Y.)
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    Date: December 27, 1922
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:8417
    Description: View looking west on Queens Boulevard toward the First Presbyterian Church of Newtown. The vacant houses to the left of the church were torn down, and the church was moved back to allow for the wideni ... More
    Date: 1924
    Subject: Church buildings
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:25651
    Description: St. Mark's African Methodist Episcopal Church and Cemetery - On the north side of Corona Ave. east of Neil Place (Now 90th St.)
    Date: 1924
    Subject: Church buildings
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:8928
    Description: The old Newtown Presbyterian Church. The church burned on October 14, 1928, and was gone by May 1929. Image is faded.
    Date: 1924
    Type: black and white print; black and white negative; digital image
    Identifier: aql:9220
    Description: View looking west on Queens Boulevard toward the First Presbyterian Church of Newtown.
    Date: February 1923
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:25676
    Description: Broadway - View south on Broadway from a point north of St. James Ave. The house on the left is the St. James P.E. Rectory - after the rectory is the (old) "New" St. James Church, built 1848, Consecra ... More
    Date: January, 1923
    Subject: Church buildings
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:9318
    Description: The old Newtown Presbyterian Church. The church burned on October 14, 1928, and was gone by May 1929. Image is faded.
    Date: January, 1923
    Subject: Church buildings
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:8272
    Description: The old Newtown Presbyterian Church. The church burned on October 14, 1928, and was gone by May 1929. Image is faded.
    Date: January, 1923
    Subject: Church buildings
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:9142
    Description: North east corner of Queens Boulevard. The old Newtown Presbyterian Church, on the right, burned on October 14, 1928, and was gone by May 1929.
    Date: 1923
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:8150
    Description: Dutch Reformed Church and Parish Hall, side view. Now Reformed Dutch Church of Newtown. Built on a plot donated April 3, 1733 by Abraham Riker and his brother-in-law Petrus Rapelye. The first edifice ... More
    Date: 1923
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:8033
    Description: St. James Episcopal Church, rear view. The church later moved to 84-07 Broadway. The building was still standing in 2014.
    Date: 1923
    Type: black and white print; black and white negative; digital image
    Identifier: aql:7974
    Description: St. James Episcopal Church, rear view. The church later moved to 84-07 Broadway. The building was still standing in 2014.
    Date: 1922
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:7855
    Description: First Presbyterian Church of Newtown. View of the west wall. Built of granite, the cornerstone set July 6, 1893. The church was dedicated May 5, 1895.
    Date: 1922
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:8599
    Description: First Presbyterian Church of Newtown. View of the west wall. Built of granite, the cornerstone set July 6, 1893. The church was dedicated May 5, 1895.
    Date: 1922
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:9089
    Description: First Presbyterian Church of Newtown. Built of granite, the cornerstone set July 6, 1893. The church was dedicated May 5, 1895.
    Date: 1922
    Subject: Church buildings
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:25602
    Description: Reformed Dutch Church - View of the north and west sides of the Reformed Dutch Church. SE corner of Broadway and Corona Ave. This building is still standing (2017), and is now St. James Episcopal Chur ... More