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Source:   Atlas of the borough of Brooklyn, city of New York : from actual surveys and official plans by George W. and Walter S. B ....


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Plate 22: [Bounded by Halsey Street, Irving Avenue, Eldert Street, Knickerbocker Avenue, (Most Holly Trinity Cemetery), Moffatt Street, Central Avenue, Chauncey Street, Evergreen Avenue, Granite Street, (Evergreen Cemetery), Bushwick Avenue, Conway Street and Broadway.]

Image ID: 1517369

Plate 22: [Bounded by Halsey Street, Irving Avenue, Eldert Street, Knickerbocker Avenue, (Most Holly Trinity Cemetery), ...  [Plate 22: Part of Section 11.] (1907-1908)


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Image Title

:  Plate 22: [Bounded by Halsey Street, Irving Avenue, Eldert Street, Knickerbocker Avenue, (Most Holly Trinity Cemetery), Moffatt Street, Central Avenue, Chauncey Street, Evergreen Avenue, Granite Street, (Evergreen Cemetery), Bushwick Avenue, Conway Street and Broadway.]

Alternate Title

: Plate 22: Part of Section 11.

Creator

: G.W. Bromley & Co. -- Publisher

Item/Page/Plate

: Plate 22

Source

: Atlases of New York city. / Atlas of the borough of Brooklyn, city of New York : from actual surveys and official plans by George W. and Walter S. Bromley.

Source Description

: 2 v. : col. maps ; 58 cm.

Location

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

Catalog Call Number

: Map Div.+++ (Brooklyn) (Bromley, G.W., & Co. Atlas of the Borough of Brooklyn. 1907

Digital ID

: 1517369

Record ID

: 778270

Digital Item Published

: 5-26-2006; updated 6-23-2011

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