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Governors Island, Fort Columbus, Building No. 202, New York Harbor, New York, New York County, NY



B&W Photos

HB919334
West Front, Looking Southeast

HB919335
West Porch, Looking South

HB919336
West Front

HB919337
East Side, Looking Southwest

HB919338
South Corner

HB919339
Plan Of Second Floor Alterations (photocopy Of Drawing)

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Plan Of First Floor Alterations (photocopy Of Drawing)

HB919341
Plan Of Basement Alterations (photocopy Of Drawing)


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Location
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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS NY-5715-1A
Unprocessed field note material exists for this structure (FN-365, FN-366).
National Register Number: 85002435
Significance: Since its construction in the 1830s the building has served an essential function. It is one of a set of four early identical buildings within Fort Jay that have been in continuous use as quarters for troops and officers garrisoned on the Island. Despite alterations over nearly a century and a half, this two-story brick building with monumental two-story portico essentially retains its original architectural character.

Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. WEST FRONT, LOOKING SOUTHEAST
2. WEST PORCH, LOOKING SOUTH
3. WEST FRONT
4. EAST SIDE, LOOKING SOUTHWEST
5. SOUTH CORNER
6. PLAN OF SECOND FLOOR ALTERATIONS (PHOTOCOPY OF DRAWING)
7. PLAN OF FIRST FLOOR ALTERATIONS (PHOTOCOPY OF DRAWING)
8. PLAN OF BASEMENT ALTERATIONS (PHOTOCOPY OF DRAWING)


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