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    Date: circa 1939
    Type: Jigsaw puzzles
    Identifier: aql:5745
    Description: New York World's Fair jigsaw puzzle illustrating the layout of the site as well as the architecture and facades of the buildings that constituted the different zones. The object is framed.
    Authors: Kean, Jerry
    Date: 1964-1965
    Type: Lantern slides
    Identifier: aql:1365
    Description: Closeup view of the facade of the pavilion of the Republic of China.
    Date: ca. 1950
    Subject: Dwellings
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:33194
    Description: A row of attched, wood-frame homes, with front yards excavated and facades apparently removed, somewhere in Queens.
    Date: 1924
    Subject: Dwellings
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:25649
    Description: Vietor House - aka Woodward House. NE corner Broadway and Elmhurst Ave. Winter view of north facades, and the houses gray shingles. The north wing was built in the 18th Century. The Woodward family wa ... More
    Date: 1924
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:29766
    Description: Queens Head Tavern - View of the west and south facades located on the SE corner of Maspeth Avenue and Rust Street, the tavern was built by the town of Newtown prior to the Revolution to be leased as ... More
    Authors: Williams, Van
    Date: 1964-1965
    Type: Lantern slides
    Identifier: aql:2053
    Description: Rose garden outside of the facade of the United Arab Republic Pavilion
    Authors: Kean, Jerry
    Date: 1964-1965
    Type: Lantern slides
    Identifier: aql:1353
    Description: View of the United States Pavilion's colorful facade and surrounding waters.
    Authors: unknown
    Date: 1939
    Type: photographic prints
    Identifier: aql:1099
    Description: Three boys near entrance of Dream of Venus Pavilion at the 1939 New York World's Fair. This photo is part of a collection acquired from the Jean Farley Levy and Julien Levy Estate (partial gift of Eri ... More
    Date: 1923
    Subject: Dwellings
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:29874
    Description: Howard House - (Mrs. Howard House, aka Thompson House, aka Odekirk House, aka old Presbyterian Parsonage) View showing south and east facades of the house located on the south side of Queens Boulevard ... More
    Date: April 1923
    Subject: Dwellings
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:25993
    Description: Colonel Hunt House - On the NE corner of Metropolitan Ave. and 69th Ave. This view is of the south and west facades. The house was torn down Feb. 1925. Owned by Thomas Hunt 1860, T. Hunt 1873, J. Hunt ... More
    Date: April 1923
    Subject: Dwellings
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:25901
    Description: New Vanderveer House - SW corner of Trotting Course Lane (Woodhaven Blvd.) and Metropolitan Ave. View of the north and west facades. Henry Suydam Vanderveer built the house in 1850 on the south side o ... More
    Date: 1922
    Subject: Dwellings
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:29671
    Description: Governor Dewitt Clinton House - View of north and west facades of the house located at the NW of Junction of Maspeth Ave., Maurice Ave., 58th St., and 56th Terrace. Judge Joseph Sackett (d. 1755) buil ... More
    Date: 1922
    Subject: Dwellings
    Type: Black and white photograph
    Identifier: aql:25798
    Description: Capt. Luke Remsen House - Later owned by Ascan Backus around 1850. West and south (front) facades of the house. Note water pump. Located in an isolated site on the Meadows, on the south side pf 65th R ... More
    Date: December 1, 1937
    Subject: Dwellings
    Type: black and white print; digital image
    Identifier: aql:3934
    Description: A view of the south and west facades of a two-story stucco house facing, and set back from, 135th Avenue just east of what is now Baisley Boulevard. The structure was directly in the path of the propo ... More