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Source:   Maps of farms commonly called the Blue book, 1815 : drawn from the original on file in the street commissioner's office ....


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Maps of farms commonly called the Blue book, 1815 : drawn from the original on file in the street commissioner's office in the City of New York, together with lines of streets and avenues / laid out by John Randel, jr., 1819-20.

Image ID: 1531804

Maps of farms commonly called the Blue book, 1815 : drawn from the original on file in the street commissioner's office ...  [Sackersdorff Farm Set.] (1868)


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:  Maps of farms commonly called the Blue book, 1815 : drawn from the original on file in the street commissioner's office in the City of New York, together with lines of streets and avenues / laid out by John Randel, jr., 1819-20.

Alternate Title

: Sackersdorff Farm Set.

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: Title page

Source

: Atlases of New York city. / Maps of farms commonly called the Blue book, 1815 : drawn from the original on file in the street commissioner's office in the City of New York, together with lines of streets and avenues / laid out by John Randel, jr., 1819-20.

Source Description

: 26 maps : mounted on linen ; f°.

Location

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

Catalog Call Number

: Map Div.++++ (New York City. 1868) (Sackersdorff, O. Maps of farms commonly called the Blue book, 1815)

Digital ID

: 1531804

Record ID

: 852185

Digital Item Published

: 7-28-2006; updated 3-25-2011

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