Item No: pdcc00650
Title: Building occupied by the Kensington National at the time of the robbery
Print and Picture Collection
Newspaper clipping showing a sketch of a two-story rowhouse utilised as a commerical property. A signboard, running the width of the facade, sits above the eaves with the inscription "The Firemen's Insurance Company." The building, like those adjacent, has a dormer window, and window shutters on the second floor. An awning frame and clutter on the sidewalk suggests a run-down neighborhood. The street is cobblestoned. The caption refers to a well-publicised robbery that took place in this building when it was occupied by the Kensington National Bank.
A917.481 P536 v.8
Castner, Samuel, Jr., 1843-1929 - Compiler