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Means of Business Administration Building
Fran Picnic Atlantic City
Love Lawrence Statz Handy
Goodman Joyce Riddell Moore
Gardner Evans Shelby Kirk
[11 Chambers Street and 18 Augustus Street, present site of Municipal Building.]
Competitition for the Union Theological Seminary
Land of Geo. Rapelye
[Lots between 37th and 38th Street, between 1st and 2nd Avenue]
[Design for the Arcadian Hotel]
[Lots on Bowery Road, Fourth Street, La Fayette Place, and Broadway including Astor, Sperry properties]
Central Park New York City
Bank of New York & Trust Company
[Sketch map of Kingsbridge Road and 5th Avenue between Harlem Road and 196th Street]
[Lots between 37th and 38th Street, between 2nd and 3rd Avenue]
The Bronx County Jail
Bruce's Lot, Running through Chambers to Augustus Street.
A Map of the Two Lots of Ground Situated in the Northerly Side of Chambers St, South Side of Augustus St. Lately Sold by the Corporation to Geo. Bruce.
[Map of lots from Greenwich Lane to 14th Street at intersection of Seventh Avenue]
[Map of lots between 5th Avenue and 4th (Railroad) Avenue, from 94th to 97th Street]
Farm of John Somarindyck, Total Contents 318 Acres
[Land from Hudson River Rail Road to Kingsbridge Road, including Land of Institution of the Blind]
[Map of lots from Post Road to Middle Road, bisected by Cross Road]
[Map of Kip family lots in Kips Bay, bordered by Post Road and the East River]
Map of Thirty Six Lots of Land in the Fifteenth Ward of the City of New York belonging to David S. Jones Esquire
Map of Property Belonging to Francis W. Ford and Mary C. Hoffman
Map Called the Richmond belonging to William Beckman
A Map of property belonging to the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church
Cripple Bush Farm
[Lots between King and Hammersley Street, including Houston Street, from MacDougal to Smith Street]
A Map of Piece of Harlem Heights on Manhattan Island
[Survey and map of several lots of building ground on the west side of Greenwich Street between Beaver and Rector Streets...belonging to the heirs of Isaac Stoutenburgh deceased]