Wooden House On 160th Street In Harlem, NY, 1932

November 14, 2017
A wonderful Victorian style wooden house by photographer Charles Von Urban at 505 West 160th Street in Harlem, New York, in 1932.

This early home business was a 18th century four-story building painted white with a dark trim and top Manard roof. The little wood frame house is surrounded by a number of stone houses and apartments looking north towards 161st Street.

Via The Wooden House Project by Charles Von Urban.



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