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Source:   Atlas of the Brooklyn borough of the City of New York : originally Kings Co.; complete in three volumes ... based upon o ....


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Double Page Plate No. 13: [Bounded by Seventeenth Avenue, 48th Street, Nineteenth Avenue, Washington Avenue, Gravesend Avenue, Elmwood Street, East 2nd Street, Avenue I, Ocean Parkway, Avenue J, Gravesend Avenue, Twenty Second Avenue and 65th Street.]

Image ID: 1517510

Double Page Plate No. 13: [Bounded by Seventeenth Avenue, 48th Street, Nineteenth Avenue, Washington Avenue, Gravesend A...  [Part of Ward 30, Land Map Sections, Nos. 17 & 20, Volume 2, ...] (1898-1899)

Image Details

Image Title

:  Double Page Plate No. 13: [Bounded by Seventeenth Avenue, 48th Street, Nineteenth Avenue, Washington Avenue, Gravesend Avenue, Elmwood Street, East 2nd Street, Avenue I, Ocean Parkway, Avenue J, Gravesend Avenue, Twenty Second Avenue and 65th Street.]

Alternate Title

: Part of Ward 30, Land Map Sections, Nos. 17 & 20, Volume 2, Brooklyn Borough, New York City.

Creator

: Ullitz, Hugo -- Engineer

Item/Page/Plate

: Plate 13

Source

: Atlases of New York city. / Atlas of the Brooklyn borough of the City of New York : originally Kings Co.; complete in three volumes ... based upon official maps and plans ... / by and under the supervision of Hugo Ullitz, C.E.

Source Description

: 1 atlas (3 v.) : col. maps (folded) ; 70 cm.

Location

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

Catalog Call Number

: Map Div.+++ (Brooklyn) (Hyde, E. B., Map Co., Inc. Atlas of the Brooklyn borough) [Vols. 1 & 2 disbound and filed with sheet map

Digital ID

: 1517510

Record ID

: 778415

Digital Item Published

: 5-24-2006; updated 3-25-2011

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