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Alfred Tredway White
Joseph B. Milgram
|Statement||[by Joseph B. Milgram].|
|Contributions||White, Alfred Tredway, 1846-1921., De Forest, Robert W. 1848-1931., Society of Old Brooklynites (Brooklyn, New York, N.Y.)|
|LC Classifications||HT168.N5 M54|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||78316921|
Alfred Tredway White, banker and philanthropist, who was drowned on Jan. 20 while skating at Central Valley, N.Y., left an estate of more than $15,,, according to the estimate of. This one-bedroom apartment is in the Cobble Hill Towers, the s red-brick buildings developed by philanthropist Alfred Tredway White as housing for the working poor. Originally known as the Tower Buildings, the complex of six-story buildings, which includes this .
Company profile page for Tredway White Inc including stock price, company news, press releases, executives, board members, and contact information. Signatures: A⁶ B⁴ a-d⁸ e⁴ f⁶. The first book to suggest the name America (cf. leaf A3). Designed to accompany the globe gores and the world map. LC copy imperfect: sig. B1-B4 and half of folded plate wanting. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. Sabin Thacher, II, p. 53 (Americana) LC copy has ink ownership stamp: S [cross] M / A I; purchased.
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Alfred T. White Alfred Tredway White ( Janu ), housing reformer and philanthropist, was known as "the great heart and mastermind of Brooklyn's better self." Forty years a deacon and twenty years a trustee of the First Unitarian Church of Brooklyn, White's reforming work in housing grew directly from his church's social.
Alfred Tredway White ( – Janu ) was an American housing reformer and philanthropist, and was known as "Brooklyn's first citizen." He developed the Home Buildings (), Tower Buildings (, now Cobble Hill Towers) and the Riverside Buildings (). He advocated a model of "philanthropy plus five percent," accepting a limited financial return on his :Brooklyn, New York.
Alfred Tredway White was Alfred Tredway White book in Brooklyn in to Elizabeth Tredway and Alexander White, a wealthy importer. In addition to working in his family’s firm, White was deeply involved in Brooklyn’s First Unitarian Church. - Alfred Tredway White, housing reformer and philanthropist, and was known as "Brooklyn's first citizen", was born in Brooklyn.
He was one of the nation's most influential turn-of-the-century philanthropists and social reformers.
The son of Alexander Moss White, a wealthy importer, and Elizabeth Hart Tredway. Alfred Tredway White () was a philanthropist who resided in Brooklyn, N.Y. Inhe constructed the first low-rent housing project in the United States in South Brooklyn. He completed another building of this kind, the Riverside Apartments, on Joralemon Street and Columbia Street in View phone numbers, addresses, public records, background check reports and possible arrest records for Alfred Tredway.
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PUBLISHED REFERENCES: Paola Supino Martini, Roma e l’area grafica romanesca: (secoli X–XII), Bibliotheca scrittura e civiltà 1 (Alessandria: Edizioni dell'Orso, ), 6. A month ago activists helped to prevent a large parking garage from being built in the garden area of another Alfred Tredway White development, the Riverside Apartments on Columbia Place in Willowtown, half of which was torn down in the forties for the BQE.
Maybe some sort of action could be mounted here. During the Victorian era many wealthy people felt a religious obligation to aid the poor through privately organized uplift projects. Alfred Tredway White (), a cousin of Seth Low the Younger, was the Heights’ greatest philanthropist and community he moved out of his father Alexander’s house at 2 Pierrepont Place into 40 Remsen : Bob Furman.
Alfred Tredway White ( – Janu ) was an American housing reformer and philanthropist, and was known as "Brooklyn's first citizen." He developed the Home Buildings (), Tower Buildings (, now Cobble Hill Towers) and the Riverside Buildings ().
He advocated a model of "philanthropy plus five percent," accepting a limited financial return on his projects. Alfred Tredway White. Class of Pioneer in Housing Reform ( - ) Alfred Tredway White was a leading American housing reformer and philanthropist in the late 19th century.
An engineer by training and a businessman by practice, he became deeply concerned with the living conditions of the working poor through his work with Brooklyn’s.
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That’s when the Warren Place Mews was constructed on a short, private block of Cobble Hill by the wealthy merchant and philanthropist Alfred Tredway White. Anyone interested in knowing more about Alfred Tredway White and especially his work in creating model tenement and cottage housing for immigrant workers in the ss might like to take a look at The Social Vision of Alfred T.
White, edited by Wendy Walker with essays by Francis Morrone, Kathy Madden, and ’s published by Proteotypes Press and is available from their website.