2100 51st Avenue
This whole property, a stolid apartment building with a commanding view over the Melrose district, was paved by the Catucci company along with that side of Melrose Avenue. This is the large, open version of the Catucci mark.
3606 Glen Park Road
This is about as good as Sandin & Swanson marks get.
It’s possible, maybe even likely, that the little cross is a union mark. Cement contractors began to unionize in the 1900s decade, as well documented by Lincoln Cushing.
1838 5th Avenue
This date gives me a full set of Catucci marks from 1915 to 1921. My impression is that Catucci worked on premium projects, because the homes are solid, enduring structures for the most part, like this one.
1919 34th Avenue
I expected to find some Malone marks in his home territory, and here’s the first.
Idaho Street at 60th Street
There’s another one at the other end of the block, at 59th Street.