"Mr. Frederick B. Smith, artist, author and actor, has disposed of a lot at the corner of Broadway and Eleventh [Hooper] street, to Mr. Thomas Bell, the grocer. He has engaged Messrs. Quinn & Reilly to to erect a four story store and dwelling, twenty-five by fifty feet. The plans and specifications are from the pen of Mr. John Clyde"1
Appears to refer to building at 403 Broadway, northeast corner of Hooper Street.
- 1. "Local Improvements", Brooklyn Daily Eagle (September 30, 1872), 2