The American Eagle supporting the bay window and the images of Lincoln and Grant in the spandrels between its brownstone arches provide clues to this Richardson Romanesque building’s original use. Now a gathering place for senior citizens, it was once the Union League Club of Brooklyn, an organization founded by members of the Republican Party in this Brownsville neighborhood. There is an equestrian statue of General Grant in the small park across the street. It was placed there six years after his admirers moved into their clubhouse.
GRANT SQUARE SENIOR CENTER NEW YORK Photo Gallery
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