Plan for Comfort Station in Brooklyn, New York
Though published in New Orleans, Architectural Art and Its Allies often looked out beyond the city's borders for items and issues of interest. The June 1907 number, for example, included an article by Frederick L. Ford titled "Public Comfort Stations." Ford, an engineer and planner from the Northeast, discussed such facilities in a number of American cities (excluding New Orleans). Several plans and photographs of comfort stations in New York City illustrated the article.
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