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VINTAGRAPH • WPA • WWII • CARNAVAL EN LA HABANA, 1941

63 Stagg Street

63 Stagg Street

63 Stagg Street, Brooklyn, April of 1929. If anyone has a photo of the current stoop I'd love to see it.

Stagg Street

I looked for it on Google Earth, and it looks like the North side of the street (or left hand, heading East on Stagg).

Thanks for the info. At least it's still there, and not renamed completely.

[The satellite photos you see on Google Earth (or any other mapping service) can be years old. The buildings pictured in them may be long gone. - Dave]

63 Stagg Street

The Bird's Eye mode on maps.live.com shows several building fronts reasonably well, but I'm not sure which side of the road this shot is supposed to be. I'm thinking it may be the three-story dark red building on the north side of the street, one building east of the intersection.

[63 Stagg is part of Stagg I, a condominium encompassing 63-69 Stagg Street, completed in 2005 by Scarano & Associates. At least that's what my Google search turned up. Nearby, 61 Stagg has its own Website. - Dave]

 
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