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Source:   Atlas of the city of New York, borough of Richmond, Staten Island. From actual surveys and original plans, by George W. ....


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Part of Ward 3. [Map bound by Northfield Ave (Franklin), Richmond Terrace, Pierhead and Bulkhead Line, De Hart Ave (Central), Staten Island Rapid Transit R.R., Union Ave, Brabant St (Beech), Gridley Ave (Columbus), Harbor Road, Lockman Ave, Andros Ave, Mersereau Ave, Grandview Ave, South Ave; Shooters Island - Standard Ship Building Co.]

Image ID: 1646243

Part of Ward 3. [Map bound by Northfield Ave (Franklin), Richmond Terrace, Pierhead and Bulkhead Line, De Hart Ave (Cent... (1917)


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Image Title

:  Part of Ward 3. [Map bound by Northfield Ave (Franklin), Richmond Terrace, Pierhead and Bulkhead Line, De Hart Ave (Central), Staten Island Rapid Transit R.R., Union Ave, Brabant St (Beech), Gridley Ave (Columbus), Harbor Road, Lockman Ave, Andros Ave, Mersereau Ave, Grandview Ave, South Ave; Shooters Island - Standard Ship Building Co.]

Creator

: Bromley, George Washington -- Cartographer

Item/Page/Plate

: Plate 23

Source

: Atlases of New York city. / Atlas of the city of New York, borough of Richmond, Staten Island. From actual surveys and original plans, by George W. and Walter S. Bromley.

Location

: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building / The Lionel Pincus and Princess Firyal Map Division

Catalog Call Number

: Map Div.+++ (Staten Island) (Atlas of the city of New York, borough of Richmond, Staten Island. 1917)

Digital ID

: 1646243

Record ID

: 1772758

Digital Item Published

: 7-24-2008; updated 3-25-2011

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