This is more of a figure than a face but which downtown building holds this little guy?
I know this new feature was supposed to Mystery Faces but for this week, it will not be a mystery face but a myster-Y! This Capital “Y” is one of several letters on the pilaster capital of a lower east side building. This could be a difficult mystery so more clues will be forthcoming if nobody guesses in the meantime!
It is a great day to remember our nation’s history! It is important to not only remember and celebrate the Declaration of Independence but also all of the history which has made America the country it is. Take time to educate yourself on the history of your country and city!
Sorry about the lack of a Monday mystery today. Holiday activities have delayed getting a mystery question posted. Check back again soon!!
This week’s mystery shows a downtown building as it looked in the early part of the 20th century. The building housed Goodyear Rubber offices and a store. This building was located in the heart of downtown. The building suffered a major blaze in 1913 which killed eight people. Are there any ideas where this building was located?