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Hagstrom Map Company
Seymour, Catryna Ten Eyck
Dick, Archibald L., approximately 1805-approximately 1855
Strickland, William, 1787-1854
Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
Hill, Frederick Trevor, 1866-1930
15. New York City--5 maps in 1 : Manhattan streets, Midtown, Downtown, Greenwich Village, Manhattan subways
Hagstrom Map Company
22. St. Paul's Chapel (erected A.D. 1766) the oldest public building and the only Colonial church edifice in New York City
Wingate, Charles F. 1848-1909
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