1916 - Plate 162 - Part of Sections 7 & 8 - Antique Map

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Item number: NYC101B
Genuine Antique Printed Color Map


Maker: Bromley.

Antique printed color map of part of Manhattan, New York City, from the Atlas of New York City, Borough of Manhattan, by Bromley, 1916. Shows W 151st to W 156th and Eighth Ave (now Frederick Douglass Blvd) to Harlem River, with Central Bridge (now Macombs Dam Bridge), Colonel Charles Young Triangle and Manhattan Casino & Park. The explanation key for this atlas was only included on the index map- pink indicates brick, yellow is frame (wood), an X means the building is a stable, the numbers and letters on each building indicate the number of stories of the building and whether it has a basement, store, or saloon (see index image for full explanation). Very good antique condition with toning overall and some minor tears and paper loss at bottom. Paper is fragile. Sheet measures approx. 11.5 x 16.25 inches. Double-sided sheet has NYC101A on one side and NYC101B on the other side (please add only one of these two maps to your cart).

Item Number: NYC101B