Day 443

Victory Tabernacle

March 17th, 2013

Built in 1895-96, this was once the Coachmen's Union League Society of New York City. According to the AIA Guide to New York City: "Moorish-Venetian? Limestone frippery? It was built to sell life insurance to residents of this newly opened 'suburb' of Harlem, particularly to those living in the King Model Houses" (a.k.a. Strivers' Row).

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