Franklin Avenue Armory Repairs – Bronx NY

Description

The WPA provided resources to conduct repairs at the Franklin Avenue Armory in the Bronx during the 1930s. The armory was then home to the 105th Field Artillery (Second Battery). The National Guard utilized the building until 1988, at which point it was sold to the City of New York.

WPA Official Project No. 65-97-378.

Source notes

National Archives; Record Group 69: Records of the Work Projects Administration; Records of the Project Control Division; microfilm publication T935; roll 41.
New York's Historic Armories: An Illustrated History, by Nancy L. Todd (p. 201)

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Location Info


1122 Franklin Ave.
Bronx, NY 10456

Coordinates: 40.82809, -73.905837

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