Karl Dane's Brooklyn
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Karl Dane's Brooklyn

Karl's boardinghouse at 430 Clermont Avenue, Brooklyn, NY.
Two of the buildings of the Robert Gair paper box factory, on Washington Street and Water Street in the waterfront area of Brooklyn, where Karl worked a machinist in 1916-1920.
A view of Washington Street, where Karl worked, earning $3 per week. Gair buildings are still on both sides of the street, and the Manhattan Bridge, which was built in 1909.
Another one of the Gair factory buildings.
Gair Building #6.
Site of Karl's first residence in America, at 345 Court Street, Brooklyn. It was torn down and replaced with the current building circa 1935, and now is Marco Polo Restaurant.
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