Henry Miller

Brooklyn, NEW YORK

  • Photo of 662 Driggs Avenue — Brooklyn, New York
    The only house still standing on its block: Henry Miller’s first home at 662 Driggs Avenue. The Millers left there in 1899. — Brooklyn, New York
  • Photo of Biergarten — Brooklyn, New York
    Brooklyn Relic: the kind of establishment where young Miller might have been sent for a schooner of beer for his father. This Biergarten is just blocks away from Driggs Avenue. — Brooklyn, New York
  • Photo of  Biergarten — Brooklyn, New York
    Brooklyn Relic: the kind of establishment where young Miller might have been sent for a schooner of beer for his father. This Biergarten is just blocks away from Driggs Avenue. — Brooklyn, New York
  • Photo of shop window, lace garter belt  — Brooklyn, New York
    Shop window, in the old neighborhood: Henry Miller and his hero, D.H. Lawrence, did much to bring sex out of the literary bedroom and into the light of day. — Brooklyn, New York
  • Photo of Fillmore Place. — Brooklyn, New York
    Fillmore Place. — Brooklyn, New York

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Henry Miller

(1891-1980)
Brooklyn, NEW YORK
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Brooklyn, NEW YORK

Henry Miller’s first home
622 Driggs Avenue
Brooklyn, NY

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Fillmore Place

Biergarten

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