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Map Positive sale of the mansion with ample grounds attached, and eighty-five building lots, being the estate of the late George W. Keating : situated in the county just beyond Boundary Street and fronting Lincoln Avenue, at auction : [part of Eckington, Washington D.C.]

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Title

  • Positive sale of the mansion with ample grounds attached, and eighty-five building lots, being the estate of the late George W. Keating : situated in the county just beyond Boundary Street and fronting Lincoln Avenue, at auction : [part of Eckington, Washington D.C.]

Names

  • Latimer & Cleary.

Created / Published

  • [Washington] : Latimer & Cleary, [187-?]

Headings

  • -  Eckington (Washington, D.C.)--Maps
  • -  Eckington (Washington, D.C.)--Posters
  • -  Real property--Washington (D.C.)--Maps
  • -  Real property--Washington (D.C.)--Posters
  • -  Keating, George W.--Homes and haunts--Washington (D.C.)--Maps
  • -  Posters--Washington (D.C.)--Maps
  • -  United States--District of Columbia--Washington--Eckington
  • -  United States--District of Columbia--Washington

Notes

  • -  Poster containing cadastral map.
  • -  Includes text.
  • -  Torn, ink-smeared, and mounted on cloth backing.
  • -  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
  • -  DCP

Medium

  • 1 map ; 28 x 47 cm., on sheet 60 x 48 cm.

Call Number/Physical Location

  • G3852.E25G46 187- .L3

Repository

  • Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540 to 4650 USA dcu

Digital Id

Library of Congress Control Number

  • 88690873

Online Format

  • image

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Chicago citation style:

Latimer & Cleary. Positive sale of the mansion with ample grounds attached, and eighty-five building lots, being the estate of the late George W. Keating: situated in the county just beyond Boundary Street and fronting Lincoln Avenue, at auction: part of Eckington, Washington D.C. [Washington: Latimer & Cleary, 187-?, 1870] Map. https://www.loc.gov/item/88690873/.

APA citation style:

Latimer & Cleary. (1870) Positive sale of the mansion with ample grounds attached, and eighty-five building lots, being the estate of the late George W. Keating: situated in the county just beyond Boundary Street and fronting Lincoln Avenue, at auction: part of Eckington, Washington D.C. [Washington: Latimer & Cleary, 187-?] [Map] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/88690873/.

MLA citation style:

Latimer & Cleary. Positive sale of the mansion with ample grounds attached, and eighty-five building lots, being the estate of the late George W. Keating: situated in the county just beyond Boundary Street and fronting Lincoln Avenue, at auction: part of Eckington, Washington D.C. [Washington: Latimer & Cleary, 187-?, 1870] Map. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/88690873/>.