The "Jane's Walk" study of oriels revealed that the two buildings with oriels in the 100 block of Warren Street—128 and 132—were both built toward the end of the 19th century. The historic markers, placed there by the facade easement program during Urban Renewal, identify the style and date of 128 as "Late Victorian, ca. 1890" and 132 as "Queen Anne, ca. 1895."
|128 Warren Street|
|132 Warren Street|
After studying the oriels on Warren Street, I was finally able to identify the location of this photograph, showing the aftermath of the historic blizzard of 1888. It shows the north side of the 400 block of Warren Street.
The three buildings at the center of the historic picture are 422, 422½, and 424 Warren Street. The picture reveals that these buildings, with their oriels, had already been built in 1888.
|422, 422½, and 424 Warren Street|
|426, 426½, and 428 Warren Street|