|Title||[Clarendon Stables and Clarence N. Johnson Real Estate & Insurance]|
|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Studio or Publisher||Long & Heppner|
|Collection||Staten Island Geographic Collection|
Original B&W print on beige cardboard mount with printed border. View of three buildings; in front of the buildings are four horse-drawn carriages and several other horses that are not hitched to vehicles. Eight men and two boys are standing and seated among the horses and carriages. The large building at left has a sign mounted above the cornice: "CLARENDON STABLES." The small building at center has a sign mounted above the cornice: "CLARENCE N. JOHNSON. / REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE." The building at right may be a private residence. Printed inscription on the mount beneath the photo: "LONG & HEPPNER. Photos. / 327 East 34th Street, N. Y." Handwritten inscription on the mount beneath the photo: "24, 26 & 28 Shore Road in 1883. NOW 1949, 1951, 1953 RICHMOND TERRACE. / H.J. SHARRETT STARTED IN REAL ESTATE BUSINESS PORT RICHMOND, N.Y. / JULY 2, 1887". (Keywords: New York).
|Print size||6 x 8.125|
|Acquisition||From Horatio J. Sharrett|
|Ownership and History||
The Clarendon Livery & Boarding Stables were located at 38 Richmond Terrace in Port Richmond, Staten Island. Their newspaper advertisements in the early 1900s stated that they provided "Carriages of Every Kind at all Hours."
The building in the center was the office of real estate and insurance agent Clarence M. Johnson. Mr. Johnson, a resident of West New Brighton, served for many years as the clerk for the Board of Supervisors.
Carriages & coaches
Real estate business
|Lexicon Sub-category||Documentary Artifact|
Sharrett, Horatio Judah
Johnson, Clarence M.
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