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Source:   First and second wards: Long Island City and Newtown.


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Queens, Vol. 2, Double Page Plate No. 33; Part of Ward Two Newtown; [Map bounded by Flushing Ave., Union Ave., Carrison Ave., Flushing Ave., Metropolitan Ave.; Including Stanhope St. (Summit St.), Boundary Line between boroughs of Queens and Brooklyn, Grand St., Newtown Creek, Maspeth Ave.]; Sub Plan; [Map bounded by Maspeth Ave.; Including Muscle Island]

Image ID: 1693927

Queens, Vol. 2, Double Page Plate No. 33; Part of Ward Two Newtown; [Map bounded by Flushing Ave., Union Ave., Carrison ... (1908 updated to 1912)

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Image Title

:  Queens, Vol. 2, Double Page Plate No. 33; Part of Ward Two Newtown; [Map bounded by Flushing Ave., Union Ave., Carrison Ave., Flushing Ave., Metropolitan Ave.; Including Stanhope St. (Summit St.), Boundary Line between boroughs of Queens and Brooklyn, Grand St., Newtown Creek, Maspeth Ave.]; Sub Plan; [Map bounded by Maspeth Ave.; Including Muscle Island]

Item/Page/Plate

: 33

Source

: Atlases of New York city. / Atlas of the borough of Queens, city of New York : based upon official plans and maps on file in the various city offices; supplemented by careful field measurements and personal observations / by and under the supervision of Hugo Ullitz. / First and second wards: Long Island City and Newtown.

Location

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

Catalog Call Number

: Map Div.+++ (Queens, New York. 1912-1913) (Hyde, E.B., Map Co., Inc. Atlas of the borough of Queens)

Digital ID

: 1693927

Record ID

: 1863359

Digital Item Published

: 2-27-2009; updated 3-25-2011

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