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Source:   Atlas of the city of New York, borough of Queens, Long Island City, Newtown, Flushing, Jamaica, Far Rockaway, from actua ....


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[Plate 16: Bounded by Flushing and Astoria Road, Jackson Avenue (Flushing Bay), Jackson Avenue (Flushing Creek), Flushing Turnpike, Summit Avenue, Railroad Avenue, Sycamore Avenue, Prometcha Avenue and National Street.]

Image ID: 1516389

[Plate 16: Bounded by Flushing and Astoria Road, Jackson Avenue (Flushing Bay), Jackson Avenue (Flushing Creek), Flushin...  [Part of the Borough of Queens, New town, Ward 2.] (1909)


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Image Details

Image Title

:  [Plate 16: Bounded by Flushing and Astoria Road, Jackson Avenue (Flushing Bay), Jackson Avenue (Flushing Creek), Flushing Turnpike, Summit Avenue, Railroad Avenue, Sycamore Avenue, Prometcha Avenue and National Street.]

Alternate Title

: Part of the Borough of Queens, New town, Ward 2.

Creator

: G.W. Bromley & Co. -- Publisher

Item/Page/Plate

: Plate 16

Source

: Atlases of New York city. / Atlas of the city of New York, borough of Queens, Long Island City, Newtown, Flushing, Jamaica, Far Rockaway, from actual surveys and official plans / by George W. and Walter S. Bromley.

Source Description

: 96] p. : 48 col. maps ; 57 cm.

Location

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

Catalog Call Number

: Map Div.+++ (Queens, New York) (Bromley, G.W., & Co. Atlas of the City of New York, Borough of Queens. 1909)

Digital ID

: 1516389

Record ID

: 777626

Digital Item Published

: 8-22-2006; updated 6-23-2011

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