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Plate 8: [Bounded by Hillside Ave., Union Ave., Highland Ave., Grand St., Warwick Ave., Warwick Crescent, King St., Madison St., Fulton St., Wheeleer Ave., South St., George St., Sayres St., Merrick & Jamaica Plank Rd., South St., Jay St., Humboldt Blvd., Wyckoff Street, Liberty Ave., Guilford St., Chichester Ave., Kensington Ave., Johnston Ave., Rockway Tpke., Fulton St. & Hoffman Blvd.]

Image ID: 1523078

Plate 8: [Bounded by Hillside Ave., Union Ave., Highland Ave., Grand St., Warwick Ave., Warwick Crescent, King St., Madi...  [Jamaica Village.] (1891)

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Image Title

:  Plate 8: [Bounded by Hillside Ave., Union Ave., Highland Ave., Grand St., Warwick Ave., Warwick Crescent, King St., Madison St., Fulton St., Wheeleer Ave., South St., George St., Sayres St., Merrick & Jamaica Plank Rd., South St., Jay St., Humboldt Blvd., Wyckoff Street, Liberty Ave., Guilford St., Chichester Ave., Kensington Ave., Johnston Ave., Rockway Tpke., Fulton St. & Hoffman Blvd.]

Alternate Title

: Jamaica Village.

Creator

: Wolverton, Chester -- Cartographer

Item/Page/Plate

: Plate 8

Source

: Atlases of New York city. / Atlas of Queens Co., Long Island, New York / compiled from official records, private plans & actual surveys by and under the direction of Chester Wolverton.

Source Description

: [2] leaves, 34 leaves of plates : 34 col. maps ; 53 cm.

Location

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

Catalog Call Number

: Map Div.++ (New York City) (Wolverton, C. Atlas of Queens Co., Long Island. 1891)

Digital ID

: 1523078

Record ID

: 844833

Digital Item Published

: 6-7-2006; updated 3-25-2011

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