Map or property in the 12th ward of the City of New York belonging to John Cowman / surveyed by Thomas R. Ludlam ; copy made by E. Smith ; copied by Gardner A. Sage. 1840 Sep. 16.

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Sage, Gardner A. Map or property in the 12th ward of the City of New York belonging to John Cowman / surveyed by Thomas R. Ludlam ; copy made by E. Smith ; copied by Gardner A. Sage.

Map or property in the 12th ward of the City of New York belonging to John Cowman / surveyed by Thomas R. Ludlam ; copy made by E. Smith ; copied by Gardner A. Sage. 1840 Sep. 16.

1 map on 2 assembled sheets : ms., col. ; 35 x 75 cm.

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