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Plate 35: Map No. 45 [Bounded by Tenth Avenue, 181st Street, Croton Aqueduct, and 172nd Street.] -Vol. 2 of Maps, Pages 32: [Bounded by North Street, 1st Avenue, Walnut Street, and 9th Avenue.]

Image ID: 1524204

Plate 35: Map No. 45 [Bounded by Tenth Avenue, 181st Street, Croton Aqueduct, and 172nd Street.] -Vol. 2 of Maps, Pages ... (1888-1897)


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:  Plate 35: Map No. 45 [Bounded by Tenth Avenue, 181st Street, Croton Aqueduct, and 172nd Street.] -Vol. 2 of Maps, Pages 32: [Bounded by North Street, 1st Avenue, Walnut Street, and 9th Avenue.]

Creator

: Robinson, E. --(Elisha) -- Publisher

Item/Page/Plate

: Plate 35

Notes

: Map No. 45: Map of lands in the county of Westchester, belonging to Richard F.Carman, John Lowery and Archibald H. Lowery. - Vol. 2 of Maps, Page 32: High Bridge Association map of the village of Mount Eden, near Upper Morrisania depot, in the town of West Farms, Westchester County, N.Y.

Source

: Atlases of New York city. / Certified copies of important maps appertaining to the 23rd and 24th wards, City of New York, filed in the Register's office at White Plains, County of Westchester, New York ...

Source Description

: 3 v. : maps ; 62 cm.

Location

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

Catalog Call Number

: Map Div.+++ (Bronx, New York) (Robinson, E. Certified copies of important maps. 1888-1897) [v. 1 disbound]

Digital ID

: 1524204

Record ID

: 844979

Digital Item Published

: 6-14-2006; updated 3-25-2011

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