Map shewing the lands required for opening & widening Wooster Street from Waverly Place to Union Place. [ca. 1833]


Map shewing the lands required for opening & widening Wooster Street from Waverly Place to Union Place. [ca. 1833]

1 map on 2 assembled sheets : ms., col. ; 173 x 71 cm. + 1 text (1 leaf, ms. ; 19 x 32 cm.)


SNAC Resource ID: 8212959

New-York Historical Society Library

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