Map accompanying the opening of Lexington Avenue from 31st to 42nd Street / Edwin Smith, Gardner Sage. 1837 Mar. 30.

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Smith, Edwin, surveyor. Map accompanying the opening of Lexington Avenue from 31st to 42nd Street / Edwin Smith, Gardner Sage.

Map accompanying the opening of Lexington Avenue from 31st to 42nd Street / Edwin Smith, Gardner Sage. 1837 Mar. 30.

1 map on 2 assembled sheets : ms., col. ; 33 x 130 cm.

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