Wednesday, July 3, 2024

Other plaques that are currently missing in the East Village

A tipster tells us that someone swiped the bronze Christodora House plaque outside the building at 143 Avenue B at Ninth Street... it has been missing, we're told, since at least June 25...
We're not sure how old the plaque is/was outside the 16-floor building, which was built in 1928 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1986. 

This is the latest plaque to go missing in the East Village in recent weeks (see here ... and here... and here). 

H/T Cecil Scheib for the older plaque photo

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Bronze plaque also taken from the new Commodore on 2nd and C, they have video of the suspect I believe.

TechSquared said...

I bet there's a NYU Frat with all these on their wall

Anonymous said...

What assholery.

Nathaniel said...

W.H.Auden residence plaque: Has anyone seen this Poet's house marker recently ?

Anonymous said...

Pretty sure Christodora has security cams , not sure if they can see that spot but hopefully they have the crime on camera!

Anonymous said...

The club 57 plaque is also missing.