1900 Harlem New York New Jersey New York Vintage USGS Topographic Topo Map

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Seller: vintagecartographics (665) 100%, Location: The Deep Southwest, Ships to: US & many other countries, Item: 233000417690 1900 HARLEM NEW YORK NEW YORK USGS TOPO MAP Vintage Cartographics New York Maps Antique Prints Bargain Bin Browse Nearby Sheets 1900 Harlem New York-New Jersey USGS TOPOGRAPHIC MAP 1925 print in excellent condition For sale is the 1900 edition of the Harlem 15-minute map. This map would be ideal for framing or display, historical reference or research, genealogy studies, adding to your collection, treasure hunting, a nice conversation piece, a gift for a history or map enthusiast, or for anyone interested in this area. This sheet includes the first survey done by the United States Geological Survey for the Harlem 15-minute quadrangle. The map sheet is an original 1925 USGS print in excellent condition. The Harlem 15-minute map shows all roads, paths, towns, railroads, rivers, creeks, elevation contour lines, public land survey lines, county, state, and other administrative boundaries as they existed at the time of the survey in 1888 through 1897. All known structures (houses, churches, schools, barns, cabins, etc) are also shown, with exceptions in some urban areas, where only landmark buildings may be shown. The Harlem map was surveyed before aerial photography methods were widely used in map data gathering. It was drawn by Geological Survey cartographers based on plane table field survey information as well as information gathered from local residents in the area. It displays the remarkable abilities of the early USGS map makers, who placed a strong emphasis on creating complete, accurate, and cartographically appealing maps. Maps from the 15-minute series for the continental United States are no longer produced or printed by the USGS and original prints are becoming increasingly difficult to find. They are a valuable historical record for an area, as they contain many placenames and features that have been dropped from more recent maps. MAP DETAILS Title Harlem State New York-New Jersey Series 15-minute Surveyed 1888 through 1897 Field Survey Geographer H.M. Wilson Edition 1900 Printed 1925 Scale 1:62500 Contour Interval 20 Foot Sheet Dimensions 16 1/2 x 20 inches (approximate) Map Dimensions 13 1/4 x 17 1/2 inches Coverage Area Roughly 14 x 16 miles SHEET CONDITIONFor maps of this vintage, effort is made to note all visible flaws, no matter how minor. Overall Condition EXCELLENT Sheet Notes very lightly handled, never folded, lightly age-toned sheet Map Area flawless map area Collar Area no edge wear or tears, no markings, no blemishes MAP COVERAGEQuadrangle extent overlaid on current basemap. Browse NearbySheets PLACENAMESDepending on map series and survey date, all of the features listed below may not be shown on this map. This list contains features that currently exist or historically existed within the area covered by this map. The list can be used as a reference to determine if this map covers your area of interest. Placenames are listed alphabetically next to each feature type. Cities and Towns (current) Alpine, Bergenfield, Bronxville, Cliffside Park, Closter, Cresskill, Demarest, Dobbs Ferry, Dumont, Eastchester, Edgewater, Emerson, Englewood, Englewood Cliffs, Fairview, Fort Lee, Great Neck, Great Neck Estates, Greenville, Guttenberg, Harbor Hills, Harrington Park, Hastings-on-Hudson, Haworth, Kings Point, Larchmont, Leonia, Mamaroneck, Mount Vernon, New Rochelle, New York, Northvale, Norwood, Old Tappan, Palisades Park, Pelham, Pelham Manor, Ridgefield, River Vale, Rockleigh, Saddle Rock, Scarsdale, Teaneck, Tenafly, Tuckahoe, West New York, White Plains, and Yonkers Counties Covered Bergen, Bronx, Hudson, Nassau, New York, Queens, Rockland, and Westchester Rivers and Streams Alley Creek, Bronx Kill, Bronx River, Cresskill Brook, Demarest Brook, Dorotockeys Run, Dwars Kill, Flat Rock Brook, Hackensack River, Harlem River, Hirshfeld Brook, Hudson River, Hutchinson River, Metzler Brook, Overpeck Creek, Pascack Brook, Premium River, Sheldrake River, Sparkill Creek, Tenakill Brook, and Wolf Creek Water Bodies Beechmont Lake, Carpenter Pond, Crestwood Lake, Duck Pond, Glenwood Lake, Grassy Sprain Reservoir, Green Brook Lake, Harlem Meer, Hillview Reservoir, Huguenot Lake, Jerome Park Reservoir, The Lake, Oakland Lake, Oradell Reservoir, Pelham Lake, The Pond, Reservoir Number One, Reservoir Number Three, Reservoir Number Two, Sheldrake Lake, and Van Cortlandt Lake IN NEW YORK Populated Places: Arthur Manor, Astoria, Bayberry Park, Baychester, Bayside, Bedford Park, Beech Hill, Beechhurst, Beechmont, Beechmont Woods, Bird Grove, Bonnie Crest, Bronx, Bronxdale, Bronxville, Bronxville Heights, Bryn Mawr Park, Cecil Park, Cedar Knolls, Chester Hill Park, City Island, Clason Point, College Point, Colonial Acres, Colonial Heights, Crestwood, Crestwood Gardens, High Bridge, Dunwoodie, Dunwoodie Heights, East Elmhurst, East Tremont, Eastchester, Elmsmere, Fleetwood, Flushing, Fordham, Forest Knolls, Glenwood, Greenville, Grey Oaks, Greystone, Gunther Park, Harlem, Hastings-on-Hudson, Heath Ridge, Heathcote, Homestead Park, Huguenot Park, Hunts Point, Inwood, Isle of San Souci, Jackson Heights, Kings Bridge, Kings Bridge Heights, Larchmont, Lawrence Park, Lincoln, Locust Point, Lowerre, Ludlow, Malba, Maplewood, Melrose, Mohegan Heights, Morris Heights, Morris Park, Morrisania, Mott Haven, Mount Hope, Mount Vernon, Murdock Woods, Murray Hill, Nepera Park, Nepperhan, New Rochelle, North Beach, Oakland Gardens, Park Hill, Park of Edgewater, Parkchester, Parkside, Parsons Beach, Pelham, Pelham Manor, Pinebrook, Pinebrook Heights, Port Morris, Quaker Ridge, Residence Park, Riverdale, Rochelle Heights, Rochelle Park, Scarsdale Downs, Scarsdale Park, Secor Gardens, Spuyten Duyvil, Steinway, Sun Haven, Sunny Brae, Throgs Neck, Tremont, Tuckahoe, Unionport, University Heights, Van Nest, Vernon Park, Victory Park, Wakefield, Washington Heights, Waverly, West Farms, West Mount Vernon, Westchester, White Birches, Whitestone, Williams Bridge, Wilmot Woods, Woodlawn, Wykagyl, Wykagyl Park, and Yonkers. Locations: Auburndale Station, Bayside Station, Bonnie Briar Country Club, Broadway Station, Bronxville Field Club, Columbus Circle, Corinthian Yacht Club, Hell Gate Yard, Henry Hudson Parkway, Herald Square, Douglas Circle, Fenway Golf Club, Flushing Station, Frawley Circle, Greystone Station, Interchange 35, Leewood Golf Club, Mott Haven Yard, Mott Yard, Murray Hill Station, New York Athletic Club, Oak Point Yard, P C Rapid Transit Yard, Palisade Boat Club, Pelham Country Club, Penn Central Yard, Pioneer Boat Club, Quaker Ridge Golf Club, Rice Stadium, Saint Andrews Golf Club, Shea Stadium, Siwanoy Country Club, Stepping Stones Light, Times Square, Tower Ridge Yacht Club, Triboro Stadium, Union Stock Yard, Van Nest Yard, Vernon Hills Country Club, Welfare Island, Weowna Yacht Club, Winged Foot Golf Club, Wykagyl Country Club, Yankee Stadium, and Yonkers Raceway. Administrative Boundaries: Borough of Bronx, Town of Eastchester, Borough of Manhattan, City of Mount Vernon, City of New Rochelle, Town of Pelham, Town of Scarsdale, and City of Yonkers. Mountains, Peaks, and Summits: Mount Saint Vincent. Parks: Astoria Park, Baker Field, Bowne Park, Boyce Park, Butler Field, Bennett Park, Bronx Park, Brush Park, Central Park, Claremont Park, Cochran Park, College Point Shore Front Park, Colonial Park, Crocheron Park, Crossway Field, Crotona Park, De Witt Clinton Park, High Bridge Park, Devoe Park, Drake Park, Draper Park, Dunn Park, Dunwoodie Park, Echo Park, Ewen Park, Faneuil Park, Feeny Park, Ferry Point Park, Fleming Park, Fort Independence Park, Fort Tryon Park, Fort Washington Park, Francis Lewis Park, Franz Sigel Park, Glen Island Park, Glen Park, Golden Park, Grant Park, H F Redmond Junior Memorial Park, Haffen Park, Harris Park, Hartley Park, Harwood Park, Hudson Park, Hutchinson Field, Inwood Hill Park, Isham Park, Jefferson Park, John Jay Park, Kilmer Park, Leavitts Park, Lennon Park, Liberty Park, Macombs Dam Park, Martin Field, Memorial Field, Memorial Park, Morningside Park, Mosholu Park, Mount Morris Park, Mullayly Park, Old Fort Park, Pelham Bay Park, Pelton Oval, Poe Park, Pulaski Park, Rainey Park, Raymond O'Conner Park, Redmond Park, Reynolds Field, Riverdale Park, Riverside Park, Sailors and Soldiers Monument, Saint James Park, Saint Marys Park, Saint Nicholas Park, Saint Pauls Church National Historic Site, Saxon Woods Park, Schurz Park, Seton Falls Park, Smith Park, Sound View Park, Sprain Ridge Park, Stepping Stones Park, Sullivan Oval, Sutherland Park, The Mall, Tibbetts Brook Park, Trevor Park, Untermyer Park, Van Cortlandt Park, Village Park, Wards Island Park, Wilhamsbridge Playground, and Willsons Woods Park. Drainages: Alley Creek, Burling Brook, Bronx Kill, Bronx River, Dorotockeys Run, Flushing Creek, Givan Creek, Grassy Sprain Brook, Hammond Creek, Harlem River, Hutchinson River, Laurel Brook, Mill Creek, Pascack Brook, Pine Brook, Premium River, Pugsley Creek, Saw Mill River, Sprain Brook, Steinway Creek, Troublesome Brook, and Westchester Creek. Islands: Chimney Sweeps Islands, Clifford Island, Columbia Island, Davids Island, Echo Island, Glen Island, Goose Island, Harrison Island, Hart Island, High Island, Hog Island, Huckleberry Island, Hunter Island, Mill Rock, Neptune Island, North Brother Island, Oak Island, Pea Island, Pine Island, Randalls Island, Rat Island, Rikers Island, Roosevelt Island, Sedge Island, South Brother Island, Tallman Island, Tank Island, Travers Island, Twin Island, Wards Island, and Wright Island. Capes: Barretto Point, Beaufort Point, Belden Point, Castle Hill Point, Cherry Tree Point, Clason Point, College Point, Cryders Point, Davenport Neck, Hewlett Point, Duck Point, Elm Point, Fort Washington Point, Gibbs Point, Hallets Point, Hunts Point, Lawrence Point, Little Neck, Locust Point, Negro Point, Old Ferry Point, Premium Point, Rodman Neck, Cape Ruth, Stony Point, Throgs Neck, Throgs Point, Tubby Hook, Whitestone Point, and Willets Point. Churches: Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, Corpus Christi Monastery, Poor Clares Monastery, Riverside Church, Saint Anns Church, Saint Bartholomews Church, Saint Georges Church, Saint Patricks Cathedral, Saint Peters Church, Temple Emanu-el, The Cloisters, Trinity Church, and Westchester Temple. Harbors: City Island Harbor, Ferris Creek, Lower Harbor, and New Rochelle Harbor. Hospitals: Boulevard Hospital, Bronx State Hospital, Coler Memorial Hospital And Home, Correction Hospital, Cross County Hospital, Daughters of Jacob Hospital, Delafield Hospital, Doctors Hospital, Ewing Memorial Hospital, Flushing Hospital, Fordham Hospital, Goldwater Memorial Hospital, Harlem Hospital, Hebrew Hospital, House of Calvary Hospital, Lenox Hill Hospital, Lincoln Hospital, Manhattan State Hospital, Metropolitan Hospital, Montefiore Hospital, Mother Cabrini Memorial Hospital, Mount Sinai Hospital, New York Hospital, Park West Hospital, Parsons Hospital, Physicians Hospital, Polyclinic Hospital, Riverside Hospital, Roosevelt Hospital, Saint Barnabas Hospital, Saint Elizabeths Hospital, Saint Francis Hospital, Saint Johns Hospital, Saint Lukes Hospital, Saint Marys Hospital, Saw Mill Convalescent Home, Schervier Hospital, Sydenham Hospital, and Union Hospital. Lakes and Ponds: Crestwood Lake, Harlem Meer, The Lake, Oakland Lake, Paine Lake, The Pond, The Pool, Premium Millpond, Sheldrake Lake, Titus Millpond, Van Cortlandt Lake, and Woodlawn Lake. Crossings: Interchange 1, Interchange 1 A, Interchange 13, Interchange 15, Interchange 18, Interchange 2, Interchange 3, Interchange 4, Interchange 5, Interchange 6, Interchange 7, Interchange 8, and Interchange 9. Channels: Hell Gate, East Channel, East River, Rikers Island Channel, South Brother Island Channel, and West Channel. Buildings: American Museum of Natural History, Andrus Memorial Home, Army Pictorial Center, Bartow Pell Mansion, Bowne House, Butler Library, Beth Abraham Home, Carnegie Hall, Chrysler Building, Colburn Memorial Home, Heye Foundation Museum, Freedman Home, Frick Collection, Grand Central Terminal, Guggenheim Museum, Hayden Planetarium, Hebrew Home, Homecrest Home, Hudson River Museum and Planetarium, Kennedy Childrens Home, Lincoln Center, Madison Square Garden, Mansion House, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, New York Cardiac Home, New York Guild Home, New York Historical Society, Riverside Museum, Rockefeller Center, Rockefeller Institute, Sprain Ridge House of Rest, Westside Airlines Terminal, and Whitney Museum. Bridges: City Island Bridge, Hell Gate Bridge, Henry Hudson Bridge, High Bridge, George Washington Bridge, Pelham Bridge, Queensboro Bridge, Throgs Neck Bridge, Triborough Bridge, and Whitestone Bridge. Beaches: Orchard Beach. Bays: Barretto Cove, Bowery Bay, Eastchester Bay, Echo Bay, Flushing Bay, Hallets Cove, Little Bay, Little Neck Bay, Pelham Bay, Pot Cove, Powell Cove, Turtle Cove, and Weir Creek. Bars: Aunt Phebe Rock, Bailey Rock, Big Tom, The Bluzes, College Point Reef, Cuban Ledge, Deep Reef, Hicks Ledge, East Nonations, Emerald Rock, Green Flats, Heel Tap Rock, Hog Back, Holmes Rock, Lawrence Point Ledge, Machaux Rock, Middle Ground, Middle Reef, Middle Rock, Rhinelander Reef, South Brother Island Ledge, South Nonations, Spindle Rock, Stepping Stones, Stevens Rock, Table Rock, and Ways Reef. Reservoirs and Tanks: Beechmont Lake, Carpenter Pond, Glenwood Lake, Grassy Sprain Reservoir, Hillview Reservoir, Huguenot Lake, Jerome Park Reservoir, Pelham Lake, Reservoir Number One, Reservoir Number Three, Reservoir Number Two, and Udalls Millpond. Towers: WCBS-AM (New York), WFAN-AM (New York), WFUV-FM (New York), WHCR-FM (New York), WNBC and WCBS, WNYU-FM (New York), WRTN-FM (New Rochelle), and WVOX-AM (New Rochelle). Airports: Astoria Heliport, Edo Seaplane Base, Evers Seaplane Base, Flushing Airport, La Guardia Airport, Landmark Plaza Heliport, Pan Am Metroport Heliport, and Traulsen-College Point Heliport. Bayous and Sloughs: Spuyten Duyvil Creek. Schools: Academy of Aeronautics, Addams Vocational High School, All Hollows School, Annunciation School, Aquinas High School, Aviation Trades High School, Barnard School, Brandeis High School, Blessed Sacrament School, Bronx Vocational High School, Bryant High School, Cardinal Spellman High School, Cardozo High School, Chatsworth Avenue School, Childs High School, Christ the King School, Christopher Columbus High School, City University Of New York Hunter College, City University of New York the City College, Clason School, College Of New Rochelle, College of Mount Saint Vincent, Colonial School, Columbia University, Columbus School, Commerce High School, Concordia Collegiate Institute, Cooper School, Cornell University Medical College, Corpus Christi School, Cottle School, Davis High School, Davis School, DeWitt Clinton High School, Henry Hudson Junior High School, Dodge Vocational High School, Eastchester High School, Edenwald School, Edgewood School, Edison Tech School, Einstein College, Einstein School, Emerson School, Fieldston School, Flushing High School, Flushing Manor School, Fordham University, Fordham University Campion College, Franklin High School, Fulton School, Geo Washington High School, Gompers Vocational High School, Graham School, Greenvale School, Greenville School, Grimes School, Haaren High School, Hale School, Hamilton School, Hawthorne High School, Hayes High School, High School Of Science, Hillside School, Hoffman School, Holmes School, Holy Cross High School, Holy Cross School, Holy Family School, Holy Name School, Holy Rosary School, Horace Mana School, Hudson Country School, Hutchinson School, Immaculate Conception School, Immaculate Heart of Mary School, Institute for Education of the Blind, Iona College, Iona School, Jefferson School, John Phillip Sousa School, Julliard School, Junior High School 10, Junior High School 101, Junior High School 115, Junior High School 117, Junior High School 118, Junior High School 120, Junior High School 123, Junior High School 126, Junior High School 127, Junior High School 135, Junior High School 136, Junior High School 139, Junior High School 141, Junior High School 143, Junior High School 145, Junior High School 149, Junior High School 155, Junior High School 158, Junior High School 164, Junior High School 167, Junior High School 171, Junior High School 185, Junior High School 189, Junior High School 194, Junior High School 22, Junior High School 30, Junior High School 37, Junior High School 43, Junior High School 44, Junior High School 45, Junior High School 51, Junior High School 52, Junior High School 54, Junior High School 55, Junior High School 60, Junior High School 81, Junior High School 82, Junior High School 83, Junior High School 98, Junior High School 99, Kennedy School, Lavelle School for the Blind, Leonard Junior High School, Lincoln High School, Lincoln School, Longfellow Junior High School, Longfellow School, Manhattan College, Mater Chrish High School, Mayflower School, Monroe High School, Morris High School, Mount Carmel School, Mount Saint Michaels School, Mount Vernon High School, Msgr McClancy Memorial High School, Murray Avenue School, Nativity School, New York Medical College, New York School of Printing, New York State Maritime College, New York University, New York University College of Engineering, Nichols School, Olinville Junior High School, Our Lady of Fatima School, Our Lady of Grace School, Our Lady of Mount Carmel School, Our Lady of Sorrows School, Parkway School, Pennington School, Pharmacy College, Preston High School, Prospect Hill School, Public School 10, Public School 102, Public School 103, Public School 104, Public School 105, Public School 106, Public School 107, Public School 108, Public School 11, Public School 110, Public School 111, Public School 112, Public School 113, Public School 114, Public School 117, Public School 119, Public School 12, Public School 121, Public School 122, Public School 123, Public School 124, Public School 125, Public School 127, Public School 128, Public School 129, Public School 13, Public School 13 Annex, Public School 130, Public School 132, Public School 133, Public School 134, Public School 138, Public School 14, Public School 141, Public School 143, Public School 144, Public School 145, Public School 146, Public School 148, Public School 149, Public School 15, Public School 150, Public School 151, Public School 152, Public School 154, Public School 155, Public School 157, Public School 158, Public School 159, Public School 16, Public School 163, Public School 165, Public School 166, Public School 167, Public School 168, Public School 169, Public School 17, Public School 170, Public School 173, Public School 175, Public School 179, Public School 18, Public School 180, Public School 184, Public School 185, Public School 186, Public School 187, Public School 189, Public School 19, Public School 190, Public School 191, Public School 194, Public School 197, Public School 198, Public School 199, Public School 2, Public School 20, Public School 201, Public School 204, Public School 209, Public School 21, Public School 214, Public School 22, Public School 23, Public School 24, Public School 25, Public School 26, Public School 27, Public School 28, Public School 29, Public School 3, Public School 30, Public School 31, Public School 32, Public School 33, Public School 35, Public School 37, Public School 39, Public School 4, Public School 41, Public School 42, Public School 43, Public School 44, Public School 46, Public School 47, Public School 48, Public School 49, Public School 5, Public School 50, Public School 51, Public School 53, Public School 54, Public School 56, Public School 57, Public School 58, Public School 59, Public School 6, Public School 61, Public School 615, Public School 62, Public School 63, Public School 64, Public School 65, Public School 66, Public School 67, Public School 68, Public School 69, Public School 7, Public School 70, Public School 71, Public School 72, Public School 73, Public School 74, Public School 75, Public School 76, Public School 77, Public School 78, Public School 79, Public School 8, Public School 80, Public School 81, Public School 82, Public School 83, Public School 84, Public School 85, Public School 86, Public School 87, Public School 88, Public School 89, Public School 9, Public School 90, Public School 91, Public School 92, Public School 93, Public School 94, Public School 95, Public School 96, Public School 97, Public School 98, Public School 99, Quaker Ridge School, Queensborough College, Richman High School, Riverdale Country School, Roosevelt High School, Roosevelt School, Sacred Heart School, Sacred Hearts School, Saint Agnes School, Saint Andrew Avellino School, Saint Anslems School, Saint Anthony School, Saint Anthonys School, Saint Augustine School, Saint Augustines School, Saint Barnabas School, Saint Benedict School, Saint Casimirs School, Saint Catherine Academy, Saint Clares Academy, Saint Clares School, Saint Dominic School, Saint Eugenes School, Saint Fidelis School, Saint Francis School, Saint Francis of Assisi School, Saint Gabriels School, Saint Jeromes School, Saint Joan of Arc School, Saint John the Baptist School, Saint Josephs School, Saint Josephs Seminary, Saint Kevins School, Saint Lucys School, Saint Lukes School, Saint Margarets School, Saint Martin of Tours School, Saint Marys School, Saint Mathews School, Saint Mels School, Saint Michaels School, Saint Patricks School, Saint Pauls School, Saint Philips School, Saint Pius School, Saint Raymonds School, Saint Ritas School, Saint Simons School, Saint Thomas Aquinas School, Saints John and Paul School, Saints Margaret and Marys School, Saints Peter and Paul School, Saints Philip And James School, Sarah Lawrence College, Saunders School, School for Deaf, Seton Academy, Seton College, Siwanoy School, Stephenson School, Taft High School, The Wartburg School, Theodore Roosevelt High School, Thompson Institute, Trinity School, Tuckahoe High School, Union Free School, United States Merchant Marine Academy, Ursuline Academy, Ursuline School, Villa Maria Academy, Walt Whitman School, Walton High School, Ward School, Washington Junior High School, Washington School, Watts Home, Waverly School, Webster School, Yeshiva University, and Young Junior High School. Flats: Sunken Meadow. Pillars: Station Rock. IN NEW JERSEY Populated Places: Alpine, Bergenfield, Cliffside Park, Closter, Coytesville, Cresskill, Demarest, Dumont, Edgewater, Englewood, Englewood Cliffs, Fairview, Fort Lee, Grantwood, Harrington Park, Haworth, Huyler Landing, Kings Woods, Leonia, Linwood, Norwood, Palisades Park, Tenafly, Twombly Landing, and Undercliff. Locations: Alpine Camp, Alpine Lookout, Edgewater Yard, Englewood Country Club, Excelsior Dock, Hazards Dock, Knickerbocker Country Club, Lambiers Dock, North Hudson Yacht Club, Powder Dock, Rockefeller Lookout, State Line Lookout, and Tenafly Station. Administrative Boundaries: Borough of Alpine, Borough of Bergenfield, Borough of Cliffside Park, Borough of Closter, Borough of Cresskill, Borough of Demarest, Borough of Dumont, Borough of Edgewater, Borough of Englewood Cliffs, City of Englewood, Borough of Fort Lee, Borough of Harrington Park, Borough of Haworth, Borough of Leonia, Borough of Norwood, Borough of Palisades Park, and Borough of Tenafly. Parks: Argonne Park, Camp Merritt Memorial Monument, Coolidge Park, Crystal Lake Park, Hawthorne Park, Hickory Park, Mackay Park, Morrow Park, Overpeck County Park, Overpeck Park, Palisades State Park, Roosevelt Common, Sunnyside Park, Sylvan Park, Tryon Park, Wakelee Field, and Walnut Park. Drainages: Anderson Brook, Cresskill Brook, Demarest Brook, Dorotockeys Run, Dwars Kill, Flat Rock Brook, Green Brook, Haworth Brook, Metzler Brook, Pascack Brook, and Tenakill Brook. Churches: Ahavath Torah Temple, Franciscan Convent, Saint Lukes Church, Saint Michaels Novitiate, Saint Thomas Church, Society of African Missions Church, Temple Beth El, and Temple Sinai. Harbors: Alpine Boat Basin and Englewood Boat Basin. Lakes and Ponds: Green Brook Lake and Pfisters Pond. Bluffs: The Palisades. Channels: Weehawken Edgewater Channel. Buildings: Ohrbach Arena and Tenakill Recreation Center. Bridges: George Washington Bridge. Beaches: Hazard Beach. Reservoirs and Tanks: Duck Pond. Towers: WFDU-FM (Teaneck). Trails: Shore Trail. Airports: George Washington Bridge Heliport, Graphic Scanning Corporation Heliport, and Palisades General Hospital Heliport. Schools: Alpine School, Bryan School, Bryant School, Cleveland School, Dwight Junior High School, Dwight School, Emerson School, Englewood School, Epithany School, Grant School, Hillside School, Honiss School, Hoover School, Jefferson School, Liberty School, Lincoln School, Lindbergh School, Mackay School, Maugham School, Merrit School, Morrow High School, Morrow Schools, Mount Carmel School, North Cliff School, Northern Valley Regional High School, Our Lady of Fatima School, Roosevelt School, Sacred Heart School, Saint Cecilias School, Saint Johns School, Saint Josephs School, Saint Marys School, Saint Thereses School, School Number 1, School Number 2, School Number 3, School Number 4, School Number 5, School Number 6, Smith School, Stillman School, Tenafly High School, Tenafly Junior High School, Tenakill School, Upper Cliff School, Van Gelder School, Village School, and Washington School. Pillars: Station Rock. BACKSIDE LEGEND A map summary is printed on the back side of the Harlem sheet similar to the one shown here. It outlines the history, purpose, and status of the USGS mapping program at the time of the printing in 1925. It also provides instructions on how to read contour lines and a description of how they are used to depict the terrain. At the bottom of the page is a legend showing all of the symbols used to represent the cultural, relief, and water features found on the map. SHIPPING AND RETURNS This map sheet will be carefully rolled in a sturdy tube and shipped via the US Postal Service. Shipping and handling costs are included in the purchase price. If you find that the sheet you receive is not as described in the listing, you may ship it back to us for a refund of the purchase price. 15~5740 15~5741 15~5742 15~5743 15~5744 15~5958 15~5959 15~5960 15~5961 15~5962 15~5963 15~5964 15~6176 15~6177 15~6178 15~6179 15~6180 15~6181 15~6182 15~6389 15~6390 15~6391 15~6392 15~6393 15~6394 15~6395 15~6600 15~6601 30~1557 30~1666 30~1667 30~1669 30~1774 75~21977 75~21978 75~21979 75~21980 75~22417 75~22418 75~22419 75~22420 75~22421 75~22422 75~22827 75~22828 75~22829 75~22830 75~22831 75~22832 75~22833 75~22884 75~23238 75~23239 75~23240 75~23241 75~23242 75~23243 75~23296 75~23297 75~23676 75~23677 75~23678 75~23679 75~23680 75~23713 75~24096 75~24123 75~24124 75~24125 Condition: This sheet is an original 1925 USGS print in excellent condition., Type: Topographical Map, Year: 1900, Country/Region: United States of America, US State: New York, New Jersey, Cartographer/Publisher: USGS, Printing Technique: Copper Plate, Format: Sheet Map, Original/Reproduction: Vintage Original, Print Year: 1925, Edition Year: 1900, City: New York

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