The Brownsville Heritage House, Inc. (BHH) was founded by visionary Rosetta Gaston as an educational and cultural center for young and old, which would spark individual and community achievements by focusing on a common heritage. Mother Gaston, as she was affectionately known, started the Children's Cultural Corner in 1969 out of her home, where she taught young minds about their culture and history. This laid the foundation for BHH, Inc. The BHH is now located on the second floor of the historic first children's library built in 1914 by Andrew Carnegie for the Stone Avenue Branch of the Brooklyn Public Library. Storefront for Brownsville aims to utilize the archive as the foundation for an exhibition that invites residents of Brownsville to expand on this archive with objects, personal stories, or artwork as a means to showcase the rich history and culture that continues to exist in Brownsville now.