Some time in the fifties. The chimney on the left indicates there is a coal fire in the furnace. One of my jobs was keeping the hopper full on the stoker. The house had a flat roof (complete with a sundeck) until the early seventies. The local paper published a schedule for viewing satellites in those days. I watched Sputnik from that deck.
Probably about 1950. Dad later built a then-fashionable curved glass block window into that black hole on the right.
This kid has never since been that skinny.
Scanned from a 1940s postcard in Mama's Cedar Chest
"The Massive arch, built without a keystone, is one of the finest constructions of its kind; of the Moorish design. The stairway on the right was formerly used as a ramp to transport cannon from the ground to the terreplein above. Construction was started in 1672 -- completed in 1756. Built entirely of coquina, this fortification is one of the finest preserved in the world today."