Category Archives: Crown Heights

Erasmus Laundry – Crown Heights, Brooklyn

As seen from Franklin Avenue © Frank H. Jump

As seen from Franklin Avenue © Frank H. Jump

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Unknown Electrical Supply – East New York Blvd, Crown Heights, Brooklyn

© Frank H. Jump

Across Lincoln Terrace Park © Frank H. Jump

Peerless Building – Crown Street – Crown Heights, Brooklyn

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

Congregation Kol Israel – 603 St. John’s Place – Crown Heights, Brooklyn

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

Interboro Brewery Revisited – from Washington Avenue – Crown Heights, Brooklyn

© Frank H. Jump

February 5, 2009 © Frank H. Jump

Previous posting January 30th  2008

Studebaker Building Revisited – Crown Heights, Brooklyn

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

Previous Studebaker posting January 2007.

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

NY Frame & Picture Co. – Atlantic Avenue – Crown Heights, Brooklyn

NY Picture & Frame Co. - Crown Heights - © Frank H. Jump

NY Frame & Picture Co. - Crown Heights - © Frank H. Jump

NY Picture & Frame Co. - Crown Heights - © Frank H. Jump

NY Frame & Picture Co. - Crown Heights - © Frank H. Jump

NY Picture & Frame Co. - Crown Heights - © Frank H. Jump

NY Frame & Picture Co. - Crown Heights - © Frank H. Jump

Other NY Picture & Frame Co postings.

ABC Body Co., Inc. – Atlantic Avenue – Crown Heights, Brooklyn

© Vincenzo Aiosa

© Vincenzo Aiosa

Kingston Lounge on Kingston Lounge – Richard Nickel, Jr.

Kingston Lounge
© Richard Nickel, Jr.

Kingston Lounge – Bergen & Kingston – Crown Heights, Brooklyn – January 2006

Kingston Lounge - Bergen & Kingston - Jan 2006

Kingston Lounge - Bergen & Kingston - Jan 2006
© Frank H. Jump

Glasser & Sons Clothier & Tailor – Empire Blvd – Crown Heights, Brooklyn 1999

Glasser & Sons - Clothier & Tailor - Empire Blvd - Crown Heights, Brooklyn
© Frank H. Jump

“1508 Pitkin Avenue”  – This sign was on Utica Avenue & Empire Blvd.

New York Lumber (extant) – Utica Avenue & Empire Blvd – Crown Heights, Brooklyn

New York Lumber (extant) - Utica Avenue & Empire Blvd - Crown Heights, Brooklyn

New York Lumber (extant) - Utica Avenue & Empire Blvd - Crown Heights, Brooklyn

New York Lumber (extant) - Utica Avenue & Empire Blvd - Crown Heights, Brooklyn
© Frank H. Jump

Burton’s Mattress Company – Way Sagless Springs – Montgomery & Franklin -Crown Heights, Brooklyn

Burton's Way Sagless Spring Mattresses

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Burton's Way Sagless Spring Mattresses

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1 Interboro Brewing Company

2 Burton’s Way Sagless Spring Mattress

3 Simoniz

Interboro Brewing Company – Montgomery Street – Crown Heights, Brooklyn

Interboro Brewing Company, Montgomery Street - Crown Hgts, Brooklyn

Interboro Brewing Company, Montgomery Street - Crown Hgts, Brooklyn

Interboro Brewing Company, Montgomery Street - Crown Hgts, Brooklyn

Interboro Brewing Company, Montgomery Street - Crown Hgts, Brooklyn

Interboro Brewing Company, Montgomery Street - Crown Hgts, Brooklyn

Interboro Brewing Company, Montgomery Street - Crown Hgts, Brooklyn

Interboro Brewing Company, Montgomery Street - Crown Hgts, Brooklyn

Interboro Brewing Company, Montgomery Street - Crown Hgts, Brooklyn
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Interboro Brewing CompanyIn January 1913, the Consumers Park Brewery merged with the New York and Brooklyn Brewing Company, with the new company called “Interboro Brewing Company.” Their brands were “Interboro” and “Bismark.” The New York and Brooklyn Brewing Company plants were closed and all their beer was brewed at the Consumers Park plant.

The Interboro Brewing Company continued in business through 1920, when they closed because of Prohibition. “Consumers Park” also was the name of a train station at Montgomery Street. The stop was part of the old Brooklyn Rapid Transit subway line—later reorganized as the Brooklyn Manhattan Transit (BMT). On November 1, 1918, a train crash occurred in the tunnel of the next station, Malbone Street (Empire Boulevard). It took the lives of 97 people on the Brighton Beach local-express and sent many others to the hospital. Bodies of the fatally injured were brought to the local police stationhouse and to the lobby of Ebbets Field. The Malbone Street crash remains the city’s worst subway disaster. – Times Newsweekly

Modern Brewery Age – May 24, 2004  FindArticles – Brooklyn celebrates long brewing history