at 139 Eldrige Street, Lower East Side, on the ground floor of a large, apparently abandoned church. Looking around online, I found that Horowitz and Son sold goods here circa 1902 before they were run out of business and sued by the much larger American Woolen Company of New York in 1913. I also found a New York Times marraige notice for Bennett Horowitz, son of Barnatt Horowitz, "woolen jobber." And this is all that's left. Behind gates and lock and key.