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|Named Person:||Archibald Watt|
|Document Type:||Map, Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Edwin Smith, surveyor.; DeWitt McClellan Lockman
|Notes:||Cadastral map. Covers the area later bounded by 115th and 119th Streets, Lenox and Morningside Avenues, Manhattan, New York (N.Y.) Shows property and lot lines and dimensions, existing road and proposed streets. Gives some owners' names; the subdivided property is marked "A.R.P." Also shows the original course of Harlem Creek.
Pen-and-ink (black and color) on paper. Statement of responsibility in faint pencil.
Light damage at margins.
On verso: "529," "D," "19."
|Description:||1 map : ms., col. ; 45 x 91 cm.|
|Cartographic Mathematical Data:||Scale not given; (W 73Â°57Ê¹20Êº/N 40Â°48Ê¹20Êº).|
|Other Titles:||Map of land in the 12th ward of the City of New York
Hunter on Harlem plains between 9th Avenue and creek & 115th & 119th Streets
Hunter on Harlem plains between Ninth Avenue and creek and One Hundred Fifteenth and One Hundred Nineteenth Streets
|Responsibility:||surveyed by Edwin Smith.|