The design of this structure offered a novel solution to the danger of placing a gas house in the middle of a City: It was engineered such that the mass of the thick masonry walls would direct an accidental explosion upwards through the comparatively light-weight construction of the steel frame and copper clad roof, thus theoretically sparing the surrounding neighborhood.
I know this skyline well. I lived in E. Greenbush for 4 years and my father worked for NYSERDA in the #2 agency building. Great photo.
Francis, Charles Spencer (1853-1911) — also known as Charles S. Francis — of Troy, Rensselaer County, N.Y. Born in Troy, Rensselaer County, N.Y., June 17, 1853. Son of John Morgan Francis and Harriet E. (Tucker) Francis; married, May 23, 1878, to Alice Evans. Republican. Newspaper editor and publisher; U.S. Minister to Greece, 1901-02; Romania, 1901-02; Serbia, 1901-02; U.S. Ambassador to Austria-Hungary, 1906-10. Member, Sons of the Revolution. Died in 1911.
The Linda Norris Auditorium is located at the corner of Central Ave. and Quail St. in Albany, NY
Hi! Can i use your photo to post on www.beeradvocate.com for educational purposes? I get no credit. Thanks! Patrick
Hi. I'm launching a national campaign called Green the Grounds (until launch, seen at: http://www.gardenrant.com/green_the_grounds/
It's to encourage the White House and other prominent sites to "green" their landscapes, and the NY Gov Mansion is a "success story." No money will be made on this, no ads, nothing. Can we use this photo, with credit? Please email email@example.com. Thanks.
Nice Photo. Voted
Very nice, more rowhomes please.