Relocations: In 1966, the Bronx cottage where...

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In 1966, the Bronx cottage where American author Edgar Allan Poe lived with his young wife was landmarked—but only because it had moved across the street years before. In an effort to keep it from being razed, Poe fans funded the house's move in 1913. This and more relocated New York buildings, over at Untapped Cities. [Untapped Cities via Curbed NY]

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