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The latest edition of the AIA Guide to New York has been out for two weeks, which means it's time for the backlash! It comes from the former owner of 76 Montague Street in Brooklyn Heights, who says the building, the oldest on the street with an 1859 completion date, should have been included. It has a somewhat interesting history (and was once owned by a typewriter heiress), but its ex-owner doesn't say much about the architecture. Should it be in the sixth edition? [BK Eagle; previously]