[Map of the area later bounded by Exchange Alley, Broadway, Morris Street and Trinity Place, Manhattan, New York (N.Y.)]. [ca. 1849]

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Sage, Gardner A. [Map of the area later bounded by Exchange Alley, Broadway, Morris Street and Trinity Place, Manhattan, New York (N.Y.)].

[Map of the area later bounded by Exchange Alley, Broadway, Morris Street and Trinity Place, Manhattan, New York (N.Y.)]. [ca. 1849]

1 map : ms., col. ; 67 x 49 cm. + 2 texts (each 1 leaf ; 16 x 21 cm.)

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