129-137 E. 35th St., 1977.
Creators and Contributors
- Photographer: Pins, Anita
Row house facades, 129-137 E. 35th Street. Twenty foot wide rowhouses. Their original unified facade was spoiled by the removal of stoops in favor of basement entrances at No. 131 and 135. All five row houses have original cornices featuring architectural details such as dentils, friezes, and modillions.
Type of Resource
Anthon, Emilia (131 E. 35th St.); Penniman, James F. (133 E. 35th St.); Underhill, George (135 E. 35th St.); Farmer, Thomas (137 E. 35th St.); Farmer, Henrietta (137 E. 35th St.)
Digitized by Mina Rees Library; City University of New York. Graduate School and University Center.
Extent:1 photographic reproduction ; 24.3 x 16.5 cm.
- Architecture, Domestic
- Street life
- Row houses
- Brownstones (Houses)
- Italianate (North American architecture styles )
- Stoops (Uncovered spaces)
- Brownstone (Material)
- Murray Hill Neighborhood (New York, N.Y.)