Henry and Susan McDonald House  
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Full Address: 128 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn
Alternative Address: 128-132 Clinton Avenue and 128 Rear Clinton Avenue
Year Built: 1853-54
Year Designated: 2015
Year Published: 2015
Architect: unknown
Key words: Henry McDonald, 1850, free-standing, Wallabout, bracketed eaves, Catharine Street, David S. Jones, Edgar J. Phillips, Domenick Candella, low hipped roof, Lenape, Sewanhaka,Wallabout Bay, Pieter Montfort, Marten Ryerse, Jeremiah Vanderbilt, William Spader, John Jackson, Brooklyn Toll Bridge Company, Navy Yard, Fulton, John Spader, George W. Pine, Pine & Van Antwerp, Amasa Wright, Lucius Hyde, Frances M. Peed, Wells O. Pettit, Amelia Dilks, lintels, roof cornices, dentils, Tower of the Winds, Jennie Spowers, John J. Spowers, Nicola Gagliardo, Gagliardo, John Pascoe, Brooklyn Navy Yard, double leaf, cubic form, cornices, porch cornices,
Notes:
Architectural Styles:
   Corinthian
   Greek Revival
   Italianate

Files:
   View PDF (2015-Henry-SusanMcDonaldHouse.pdf)

Subjects:
   New York Buildings
   New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Reports: Brooklyn
   Brooklyn Brooklyn Navy Yard