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Source:   Plan of New York City, from the Battery to Spuyten Duyvil Creek. Showing every lot and building thereon; old farm lines, ....


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Sheet 1: [Bounded by Hudson Street, John Street, Gold Street, Bridge Street, Chapel Street, Jay Street, Myrtle Avenue, Pearl Street, Willoughby [Street], Boerum Street, Pacific Street, Columbia Street, Atlantic Street, Furman Street, Fulton Street, Water Street and Washington Street.]

Image ID: 1520725

Sheet 1: [Bounded by Hudson Street, John Street, Gold Street, Bridge Street, Chapel Street, Jay Street, Myrtle Avenue, P... (1867)

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Image Title

:  Sheet 1: [Bounded by Hudson Street, John Street, Gold Street, Bridge Street, Chapel Street, Jay Street, Myrtle Avenue, Pearl Street, Willoughby [Street], Boerum Street, Pacific Street, Columbia Street, Atlantic Street, Furman Street, Fulton Street, Water Street and Washington Street.]

Item/Page/Plate

: 1

Notes

: There is no Sheet 2 in this set or in the 1868 set. Sheet 1 is part of Brooklyn.

Source

: Atlases of New York city. / Plan of New York City, from the Battery to Spuyten Duyvil Creek. Showing every lot and building thereon; old farm lines, street numbers at the corners of blocks, railroads, steamboat landings, bulkhead and pier lines, etc. Based on the surveys made by Messrs. Randall & Blackwell, and on the special survey by J. F. Harrison.

Location

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

Catalog Call Number

: Map Div. (New York City 1867) (Dripps, M. Plan of New York City.)

Digital ID

: 1520725

Record ID

: 844786

Digital Item Published

: 6-7-2006; updated 4-25-2012

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