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Source:   Topographical map made from surveys by the commissioners of the Department of Public Parks of the City of New York of th ....


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Bronx, Topographical Map Sheet 14; [Map bounded by 154th St., Grove St., Westchester Ave., Robbins Ave.; Including Powers Ave., Cypress Ave., Harlem River, 126th St., 6th Ave.]

Image ID: 1712717

Bronx, Topographical Map Sheet 14; [Map bounded by 154th St., Grove St., Westchester Ave., Robbins Ave.; Including Power... (1873)


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Image Title

:  Bronx, Topographical Map Sheet 14; [Map bounded by 154th St., Grove St., Westchester Ave., Robbins Ave.; Including Powers Ave., Cypress Ave., Harlem River, 126th St., 6th Ave.]

Creator

: New York (N.Y.). Dept. of Parks. Topographical Division -- Author

Item/Page/Plate

: Sheet 14

Source

: Atlases of New York city. / Topographical map made from surveys by the commissioners of the Department of Public Parks of the City of New York of that part of Westchester County adjacent to the City and County of New York embraced by chapter 534 of laws of 1871 as amended by chapter 878 of laws of 1872 / Department of Public Parks, City of new York, March 8th, 1873.

Source Description

: 15 leaves : maps, plans ; 69 x 78 cm.

Location

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

Catalog Call Number

: Map Div.++++ (New York City. 1873) (New York (City). Parks Dept. Topographical map made from surveys)

Digital ID

: 1712717

Record ID

: 1893725

Digital Item Published

: 10-1-2009; updated 3-25-2011

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