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Bushwick and her Neighbors, Vol. 1-3 now online!

Brooklyn Historical Society received a generous grant from Gerry Charitable Trust in 2015 to digitize and catalog seven scrapbooks from the Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks [Arc.308]. Eugene Armbruster was an amateur photographer and historian during the late 19th … Continue reading

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Bushwick and Her Neighbors, Vol. 1 is now online!

Brooklyn Historical Society received a generous grant from Gerry Charitable Trust in 2015 to digitize and catalog seven scrapbooks from Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbook collection. Eugene Armbruster was an amateur photographer and historian during the late 19th century … Continue reading

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The 1977 Blackout

On July 13, 1977 at 9:34 pm, the lights went out in New York. This wasn’t the first blackout in New York City—the “where were you when the lights went out?” blackout of 1965 was a fairly recent memory—and it … Continue reading

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Food in Bushwick

This sounds like it will be a really interesting community conversation: Past, Present, Future of Food: Bushwick, Brooklyn A(n Urban) (Farm) Salon March 7, 2009 1:00 to 4:00 Brooklyn Public Library, Bushwick Branch 340 Bushwick Avenue, L train to Montrose … Continue reading

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