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751 Bushwick Avenue photographed by John D. Morrell on Oct. 19, 1958. Brooklyn Historical Society
Family of Mr. & Mrs. Robert Minter. 853 Bushwick Ave., Bushwick, Brooklyn. April 1, 1979. Photo by Dinanda Nooney. Credit: The New York Public Library
Family of Mr. & Mrs. Robert Minter. 853 Bushwick Ave., Bushwick, Brooklyn. April 1, 1979. Photo by Dinanda Nooney. Credit: The New York Public Library


Robert Minter house. 853 Bushwick Ave., Bushwick, Brooklyn. April 1, 1979.  Photo by Dinanda Nooney. Credit: The New York Public Library
Robert Minter house. 853 Bushwick Ave., Bushwick, Brooklyn. April 1, 1979. Photo by Dinanda Nooney. Credit: The New York Public Library


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Bushwick Dutch Reformed Church, published in the Brooklyn Eagle 1946, Photo from: Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn Collection

Northwest corner of Broadway and Grove Street, December 1942. Credit: Museum of the City of New York
Northwest corner of Broadway and Grove Street, December 1942. Credit: Museum of the City of New York


591 Bushwick Avenue at corner of Melrose Street (right). John D. Morrell Photograph Collection. October 19, 1958. Credit: Brooklyn Historical Society.
591 Bushwick Avenue at corner of Melrose Street (right). John D. Morrell Photograph Collection. October 19, 1958. Credit: Brooklyn Historical Society.

593 Bushwick Avenue at east corner of Melrose Street. John D. Morrell Photograph Collection. October 19, 1958. Credit: Brooklyn Historical Society.
593 Bushwick Avenue at east corner of Melrose Street. John D. Morrell Photograph Collection. October 19, 1958. Credit: Brooklyn Historical Society.


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Bushwick-Ridgewood War Memorial. Pietro Montana (1890-1978). Dedicated Nov. 20, 1921. Bronze on granite base. Located in Heiser Park, at Myrtle and Knickerbocker Avenues, Brooklyn, New York. Credit: Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of American Art. (S0001808)

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Bushwick Ave. Southside between Weirfield and Halsey Streets. Block was originally owned by Thomas W. Field in 1854 until?. Photos from NY Library c.1923 and 1922
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The N.E. corner of Weirfield and Bushwick. The church pictured was the Bushwick Baptist Church (today the Holy Tabernacle Church) first organized in 1889. The cornerstone of the church was laid in 1890 and was completed in 1891. From the Eugene L. Ambruster collection c. 1922-23 (NY Public Library)
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Bushwick Avenue between Hart and Cedar looking west. Corner of 751 Bushwick Avenue Mansion in right hand corner. John D. Morrell, Oct 19, 1958 Brooklyn Historical Society


Two heroin addicts shoot up in an abandoned building used as a shooting gallery in the Bushwick section of Brooklyn. (March 01, 1992) © Andrew Lichtenstein/Corbis
Two heroin addicts shoot up in an abandoned building used as a shooting gallery in the Bushwick section of Brooklyn. (March 01, 1992) © Andrew Lichtenstein/Corbis


Tata buys drugs from a "spot" in one of the abandoned buildings on the short block between Broadway and Bushwick Avenue. There are five abandoned buildings and four vacant lots on a block with only twenty-five lots. (August 14, 1999) © Brenda Ann Kenneally/Corbis
Tata buys drugs from a "spot" in one of the abandoned buildings on the short block between Broadway and Bushwick Avenue. There are five abandoned buildings and four vacant lots on a block with only twenty-five lots. (August 14, 1999) © Brenda Ann Kenneally/Corbis


A young man in Bushwick, Brooklyn, hangs onto a pole and swings himself into the air on a corner of his neighborhood, a regular hangout. (1992) © Marc Asnin/CORBIS SABA
A young man in Bushwick, Brooklyn, hangs onto a pole and swings himself into the air on a corner of his neighborhood, a regular hangout. (1992) © Marc Asnin/CORBIS SABA
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Bushwick Ave looking North to Jefferson Ave 1920s (Brooklynpix.com)