Maker: The National City Bank of New York
Antique pictorial map of New York City, including Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queen, and the Bronx, published by The National City Bank of New York, 1932. This colorful map is filled wit historical notations, most from before 1800 and pertaining to the American Revolution and notable figures of that time. Several locations relating to Alexander Hamilton are marked, as well as the home of Aaron Burr. The numbers on the map are explained in the key on the back- they show the locations of the many branches of the National City Bank of New York in 1932. Very good condition with no condition issues to note. Measures approx. 17 x 20.5 inches to the neatline.
Item Number: NYC136