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brick-and-stone

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  • On the spot where squatters' cabins once stood rose an elegant brick-and-stone building that had taken only 11 months to build: Cardinal Hayes High School.

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  • The brick-and-stone townhouse was built, along with a twin building next door, in 1890, and was purchased by the father of the Baldwin brothers, Willard Baldwin II, an investor in real estate in the Village, in 1968, according to property records.

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  • On the spot where squatters' cabins once stood rose an elegant brick-and-stone building that had taken only 11 months to build: Cardinal Hayes High School.

    Top School in Fight Over Future

  • A maze of gardens and walkways led through clusters of yew trees that partially hid the twelve-foot-tall brick-and-stone wall surrounding the premises.

    SILENT TRUTH

  • A maze of gardens and walkways led through clusters of yew trees that partially hid the twelve-foot-tall brick-and-stone wall surrounding the premises.

    SILENT TRUTH

  • A maze of gardens and walkways led through clusters of yew trees that partially hid the twelve-foot-tall brick-and-stone wall surrounding the premises.

    SILENT TRUTH

  • A maze of gardens and walkways led through clusters of yew trees that partially hid the twelve-foot-tall brick-and-stone wall surrounding the premises.

    SILENT TRUTH

  • The brick-and-stone mansion between Park and Madison avenues was completed in 1910 and was a former home of the Council on Foreign Relations, and the Woodrow Wilson Foundation.

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  • Jomo joked that it looked like a castle—a Gothic three-story brick-and-stone building that stretched for a half block along a well-manicured, tree-lined street.

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  • Jomo joked that it looked like a castle—a Gothic three-story brick-and-stone building that stretched for a half block along a well-manicured, tree-lined street.

    Shooting Star

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