Jacob Ruppert Brewery, exterior at East 91st Street and 3rd Avenue, Manhattan, New York, 1938

black-and -white negative

Rosenfeld and Sons
USA, NY, New York
safety film
8 x 10 x 0 in.

8x10 safety negative copied from a print by the Sutton New Service, Inc. and made by Rosenfeld and Sons. Original print dated July 25, 1938, Manhattan, New York City, New York. Image of exterior of Jacob Ruppert Brewery at East 91st Street looking from Third Avenue down to Second Avenue with the Second Avenue El (elevated train which was disassembled in 1942) in the distance. View down street between "JACOB RUPPERT'S BREWERY" spelled out in brick on one side and "1851 JACOB RUPPERT BREWERY 1910" on sign on other side of street. The building on the left is the Brew House Building which had the main public entrance from Third Avenue and on the right is the "wash house" where all the bottle washing, stacking and loading was done as well as all garages for bottle delivery. This block is now pedestrian only and the brick roadway is still there. Typed on original negative sleeve: “53698 7/25/38 / 2497-2 / Sutton News Service / 424 Mad Ave, City / Copy of photo at studio“. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.


Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection

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Brewing industry