243 West 72nd Street

243 West 72nd Street

243 West 72nd Street View of 243 West 72nd Street taken from south along West 72nd Street; Courtesy NYC Municipal Archive The Kate E. Morgan House by Tom Miller In the 1890’s Hugh Lamb and Charles Alonzo Rich, partners in the architectural firm of Lamb &...
251 West 72nd Street

251 West 72nd Street

251 West 72nd Street View of 251 West 72nd Street taken from south along West 72nd Street; Courtesy NYC Municipal Archive Barefoot Yoga in a Shoemaker’s House by Tom Miller On April 2, 1892 the Real Estate Record & Builders’ Guide reported “Lamb...
250-254 West 72nd Street

250-254 West 72nd Street

250-254 West 72nd Street View of 250-254 West 72nd Street taken from north along West 72nd Street; Courtesy NYC Municipal Archive Looking for Gothic Surprises by Tom Miller As the construction industry recovered following the Financial Panic of 1873, interest in the...
230 West 72nd Street

230 West 72nd Street

230 West 72nd Street View of 230 West 72nd Street taken from north along West 72nd Street; Courtesy NYC Municipal Archive Medical Quack and a Butcher’s Dose of Reality by Tom Miller In 1894 real estate operator R. Clarence Dorsett hired architect C. P. H. Gilbert to...
200 West 72nd Street

200 West 72nd Street

200 West 72nd Street View of 200 West 72nd Street taken from southeast along Broadway; Courtesy NYC Municipal Archive Lost Colonial Times by Tom Miller On July 2, 1890 The New York Times ran a two-line notice saying “Permission has been granted by the Supreme Court to...