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WALK BACK INTO HISTORY:  FOUR CENTURIES OF ARCHITECTURAL STYLES ON STATEN ISLAND Nov 25th

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WALK BACK INTO HISTORY:
FOUR CENTURIES OF ARCHITECTURAL STYLES ON STATEN ISLAND

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(All photos by Virginia Sherry)

This “virtual walking tour” — presenting over 200 color photographs shot in 2017 — will take you to 17 neighborhoods with historic houses and other buildings.  WALK BACK INTO HISTORY: FOUR CENTURIES OF ARCHITECTURAL STYLES ON STATEN ISLAND  free public presentation on Saturday, Nov. 25 at 2 pm, Stapleton Library, Canal Street, Staten Island

Note: Admission is first to come, first served, and seating is limited.

Here’s the full program:

Surviving 1600s Architecture:
* Circa 1683: Lakeman House, Richmond Road, New Dorp. Not landmarked.
* Circa 1679: Perine House, Richmond Road, Dongan Hills.
* Circa 1670: Cubberly-Britton Cottage, Richmond Road, Richmond Town.
* Circa 1680: Conference House, Satterlee Street, Tottenville.
* Circa 1695: Voorlezer’s House, Arthur Kill Road, Richmond Town.

1700s Architecture:
* Circa 1770: Neville House, Richmond Terrace, New Brighton.
* Circa 1720: Christopher House, Arthur Kill Road, Richmond Town.
* Circa 1740: Guyon-Lake-Tysen House, Richmond Road, Richmond Town.
* Circa 1783: Original Moravian Church, Richmond Road, New Dorp. Not landmarked.
* Circa 1750: Boehm House, Arthur Kill Road, Richmond Town.

1800s Architecture:
* Greek Revival: Stapleton, Richmond Town, Tottenville, New Brighton.
* Gothic Revival: Clifton, Rosebank, Livingston, Tottenville, New Brighton, Richmond Town.
* Italianate: New Brighton, Stapleton, West Brighton.
* Second Empire: Port Richmond, West Brighton, Stapleton, Tottenville.
* Stick Style: Charleston.
* Romanesque Revival: New Brighton, Stapleton, Livingston, Port Richmond, Richmond Town, Tottenville.
* Queen Anne: Rosebank, New Brighton, Port Richmond, West Brighton.
* Shingle Style: New Brighton, St. George.
* High Victorian Gothic: Rosebank, Stapleton.

1900 – 1930s
* Colonial Revival: Stapleton, St. George, New Brighton, Ward Hill, Port Richmond.
* Craftsman: New Brighton, West Brighton, Stapleton, Great Kills.
* Tudor Revival: Clifton, St. George, Randall Manor.
* Spanish Revival: St. George, Grymes Hills, West Brighton.
* American Four Square: West Brighton, Castleton Corners.

Questions/additional info? Email: ginisherrynewyork@gmail.com

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