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  • Gustave Steinback (1878-1959) graduated from Columbia University's School of Architecture in 1900. From 1904 to 1913, he worked in partnership with his Columbia classmate Robert J. Reiley. Many of Reiley & Steinback's clients were Roman Catholic parishes and dioceses. After the firm dissolved in 1913, both partners started their own practices, and continued their focus on Roman Catholic works.

  • WOODHAVEN - 87th st, s e c 88 av. 1-sty bk church, 64x168, shingle rf, elec, hot water heat; $100,000; (0) R. C. Church of St. Thomas Apostle, 87th st & 88 av, Woodhaven; (a) Gustave E. Steinback, 157 W 74th. Manhattan (887). 1

  • BUSHWICK AV. - Wm. C. Winters, 106 Van Siclen av, has plans in progress for three 2-sty brick dwellings. 20x63 ft, on Bushwick av, near Kosciusko st, for Dr. Packman, owner, care of architect. Total cost, $36,000. 1

    (Address is an approximation.)

  • FOSTER AV. - Hobart B. Upjohn, 456 4th av, Manhattan, has plans in progress for a church at the corner of Foster av and East 23d st for Flatbush Presbyterian Church, Rev. Herbert Field, pastor, 657 East 23d st, owner. Cost, $90,000. Architect will take bids on general contract in the spring. 1

     

  • Source: Real estate record and builders' guide: v. 109, no. 12: March 25, 1922

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