Airphoto mosaic. Also covers adjacent part of The Bronx. "This mosaic was made by assembling 100 aerial photographs taken ... at an altitude of 1000 feet." Donated to the Geography and Map Division by Mr. Dale Kelly, Bethlehem, Penna. Oriented with north toward the upper right. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Vault
General-content street map. Title from head of legend. Gift; Free Library of Philadelphia; 2012. "Copyright by Hagstrom Map Company, 116 Nassau St., N.Y." LC copy imperfect: Heavily use-worn, torn at fold lines, annotated in pencil on cover. Includes separate street indexes for the 2 boroughs. Color illustration, publisher's index map, and map list on cover.
Scale ca. 1:33,500. In left margin: Supplement to Brooklyn Eagle almanac, 1910. Statistical data, "Hammond's new road map, Long Island," and maps of "Best Manhattan automobile routes," "Brooklyn as the automobile gateway to Long Island," and "Long Island automobile roads" on verso. LC copy is imperfect: Hole in center. AACR2
Title from cover. "Copyright by the City of New York. Copyright by C.S. Hammond & Co." LC copy imperfect: Use-worn, brittle, torn at fold lines, taped, annotated in lead-pencil, rubber-stamped, cover annotated "1921?", cover rubber-stamped. Includes note, "New York City" metro-area inset, and Lower Manhattan inset. Separate street indexes for Manhattan and The Bronx on verso. Text on cover.
Legend in English and 5 other languages. Cover title. "A unique publication containing detailed maps and information to enjoy Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Bronx." "Copyright Michael Graham Publications"--P. 64. Includes index.
Legend in English and 5 other languages. Cover title. "A unique publication containing detailed maps and information to enjoy Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Bronx." Copyright Michael Graham Publications--P. 64. Includes index.
System requirements: GIS software; Adobe Acrobat Reader; CD-ROM drive, standard web browser. Title from CD-ROM label. ESRI Shapefile. Parcel data provided in an ASCII, in common-delimited format. Vector spatial data.
Contributor:New York (N.Y.). Department of City Planning