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Source:   Atlas of Queens Co., Long Island, New York / compiled from official records, private plans & actual surveys by and under ....


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Plate 22: [Bounded by Tenth Street, Seventh Avenue, Tenth Street, Third Avenue, First Street, First Avenue, Sixth Street, West Boulevard, Avenue G, North Boulevard, North Twentieth Street, Avenue C, Boulevard, Lawrence Avenue, Twenty Third Street, Seventh Avenue, Twenty First Street, Tenth Avenue, Seventeenth Street, Causeway and Twelfth Avenue.]

Image ID: 1523092

Plate 22: [Bounded by Tenth Street, Seventh Avenue, Tenth Street, Third Avenue, First Street, First Avenue, Sixth Street...  [College Point.] (1891)

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Image Title

:  Plate 22: [Bounded by Tenth Street, Seventh Avenue, Tenth Street, Third Avenue, First Street, First Avenue, Sixth Street, West Boulevard, Avenue G, North Boulevard, North Twentieth Street, Avenue C, Boulevard, Lawrence Avenue, Twenty Third Street, Seventh Avenue, Twenty First Street, Tenth Avenue, Seventeenth Street, Causeway and Twelfth Avenue.]

Alternate Title

: College Point.

Creator

: Wolverton, Chester -- Cartographer

Item/Page/Plate

: Plate 22

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

: 1523092

Record ID

: 844847

Digital Item Published

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

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