|Admiral's Row Buildings, circa 1855
September 2007 Letter
from the US Air National Guard
October 20th and 21st, 2007
Admiral's Row sketches
by Lucy Sikes
Please review the attached letter to Governor Spitzer
dated January 25th, regarding the preservation and
landmarking of Admiral's Row in the old Brooklyn Navy
Yard. Enclosures listed at the bottom of the letter
can be viewed on the website,
subject heading "Admiral's Row". Of special note on
the last sentence, second page of - (Letter from
USCOE (United States Corps of Engineers) to National
Advisory on Historic Preservation ref: Admirals’
Row, Brooklyn Navy Yard, Brooklyn (Kings County) New
York Project overview, history and current status.
(3 pages)) --
"...Although the MOA was completed, the EIS proposes
several alternative mitigations the NYC and the BNYDC
may consider since the curent plans call for the
removal of the structures..." We must discard the
Admiral's Row Memorandum of Agreement which allows the
demolition of these undesignated landmarks and
preserve our heritage and allow due process to occur.
Landmark Admiral's Row!!
Petition Governor Spitzer!!!
Albany, NY 12224
tel: (518) 474-3890
www.ny.gov - (go to website to send email)
Scott Witter, Curator
Brooklyn's Other Museum of Brooklyn
102 Steuben Street
Brooklyn, NY 11205
open tues nights 7-9 pm. or by appointment
Aug 15, 2006 Letter
outlining current status history
of Admirals' Row
|Admirals' Wall - Transcription
To Mayor Mayor Bloomberg and former Governor Pataki
Memorandum of Agreement
Submitted to the Advisory Council on Historic
Officers Quarters circa 1904 (Admiral Row)
From "Images of America - The Brooklyn Navy Yard"
by Thomas Berner
(the buildings date from before the Civil War)
LANDMARK ADMIRAL'S ROW
1998 Response to the concept of Admirals' Row Demolition
Letter to Laura Bush
Map of Brooklyn Navy Yard circa 1900 showing Admiral's Row
|Enlargement of Admiral's Row|
Banner Potesting Demolition of Admiral's Row
Email sent to advisory council on historic Preservation stressing the importance
of the Memorandum of agreement to the Demolition of Admiral's Row.
Three page fax showing the M.O.A.
(Memorandum of Agreement, a nine year old document allowing thedemolition of Admiral's Row.)
Re: Admirals’ Row sight, Old Navy Yard, Brooklyn
September 6, 2005
As per our telephone conversation September 6, 2005 @ 10:45 am
These are the questions I would like answered
|A Statement explaning how the memorandum of Agreement Works|
Admirals' Wall Flushing Ave @ Navy Street Brooklyn
3 Posters Placed on Admirals Wall Wednesday Dec 7 '05, Photographed on Thursday, Friday
they had been removed, ripped in half & thrown away.
Teddy Bear Witnessed the whole thing.
Questions and Answers - Admirals' Row M.O.A.