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Authors: Edgar E. Rutter
Date: December 9, 1929
Subject: Dwellings | Coal | Streets
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:14249
Description: Looking north along Shaler Avenue (now Ransom Street) from Rocky Hill Road (now Braddock Avenue), a vacant shingled farmhouse is seen just right of center. At 223-01 Rocky Hill Road, the Frank R. Smit ... More
Date: 1937-1942
Subject: Coal | Coal trade
Type: Lithograph
Identifier: aql:27439
Description: View of a coal hopping industrial plant.
Date: 1937-1942
Subject: Coal
Type: Color lithograph
Identifier: aql:27455
Description: Large industrial building with sign that reads "Streat Coal". A pile of coal is visible in the foreground.
Authors: A. Noble Chapman
Date: June, 1909
Type: glass plate negative; black and white prints; digital image
Identifier: aql:11059
Description: A "coal pocket" was a plant equipped for the storage and loading of coal for retail distribution. Wood and Vrooman's distinctive silo stood at the foot of Potter Avenue, next to the Long Island Rail R ... More
Authors: A. Noble Chapman
Date: July, 1908
Subject: Coal
Type: glass plate negative; black and white negative; black and white prints; digital image
Identifier: aql:11056
Description: A "coal pocket" was a plant equipped for the storage and loading of coal for retail distribution. Wood and Vrooman's distinctive silo stood at the foot of Potter Avenue, next to the Long Island Rail R ... More
Authors: Frank Carrado
Date: February 11, 2014
Type: Documents
Identifier: aql:20211
Description: Frank Carrado tells the story of how when he and his friends were ten (in 1940) they had a business selling coal in Long Island City. They got the coal from the trains in the railyard.
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