|Object Name||Ceramic, Decorative|
Terra cotta hexagonal plaque and tile border removed from the Cortlandt Street Station in the 1970s.
The plaque shows the Cortlandt Street steam ferry that used to shuttle commuters across the Hudson River between New York and New Jersey. Although it is a single clay tile, the plaque has surface lines filled with grout, mimicking a mosaic of small ceramic pieces.
|Manufacturer||American Encaustic Tiling Company|
|Maker||Dole, Herbert, probable designer|
|Place of Origin||Zanesville, Ohio|
|Dimension Details||26 1/8" OH x 18 1/4" OW x 4" Od|
American Encaustic Tiling Company
Subways--Decoration--New York (State)--New York.
Subways--New York (State)--New York
Subways--New York (State)--New York--Design and construction--History.
|Operating Agency||Interborough Rapid Transit (IRT)|
|Transportation Agency||Public Service Commission for the First District|
|Station||Cortlandt Street-World Trade Center Station (IRT Seventh Avenue Line)|
|Number of images||3.0|