• Source: JDG-1
The first of two back-to-back projects for the Stayman Manufacturing Co, this one was a forge and machine shop. It would be almost immediately followed by another building. Although the headquarters is listed as an NYC address, it is likely the actual manufacturing was better suited to industrial New Jersey, at 240 11th St. in Jersey City.
No buildings matching these descriptions survive in the area.
Stayman was apparently a short-lived manufacturer of a specialized valve for steam engines. They advertised their innovation widely as a new invention in early 1906, then merged with another firm under its name in 1909. The principal (and probably the inventor) was a David F. Stayman.
Multiple trade notices.
Unknown. Likely demolished, date unknown.