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Date: August 5, 1966
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:32407
Description: Queens District Attorney Nat Hentel (right), speaks to Mrs. Marie Danay outside her home, at 145-56 223rd Street. The Danays paid to have their house raised to the new street level after the city rais ... More
Date: August 5, 1966
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:32416
Description: Queens District Attorney Nat Hentel (right), speaks to Mrs. Marie Danay outside her home, at 145-56 223rd Street. The Danays paid to have their house raised to the new street level after the city rais ... More
Date: August 5, 1966
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:32443
Description: District Attorney Nat Hentel (left) talks to an unidentified homeowner whose house was among those affected by a street grade-raising project.
Date: August 5, 1966
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:32414
Description: Queens District Attorney Nat Hentel (at front wearing suit, kneeling) seen with a group of local residents outside a garage that was partially buried when the city raised the street grades.
Date: August 5, 1966
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:32427
Description: Queens District Attorney Nat Hentel (bottom left), calls up to Mrs. Julia Lang from the former first floor of her home, at 145-70 223rd Street. The house was one of seventy homes that were partially b ... More
Date: August 5, 1966
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:32435
Description: Queens District Attorney Nat Hentel (right), inspects structural damage inside the home of Mrs. Julia Lang (center.) The house was damaged during a city project to raise the street grades.
Date: August 5, 1966
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:32412
Description: Queens District Attorney Nat Hentel (crouching), talks to Mrs. Julia Lang outside her home, at 145-70 223rd Street. The house was one of seventy homes that were partially buried when the scity raised ... More
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