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Atlas of the borough of Brooklyn City of New York. The First Twentyeight Wards complete in Three Volumes. Volume One, Containing the first 28 wards. Volume Two, Flatbush and New Utrecht, (29th & 30th Wards.) Volume Three, Gravesend and Flatlands, (31st & 32nd Wards). Based upon official maps and plans on file in the various city offices. Supplemented by careful field measurements and observations. By and under the direction of Hugo Ullitz, C. E., Published by E. Belcher Hyde, 97 Liberty Street, Brooklyn, 5 Beekman St., Manhattan, 1920, Volume Three. [Title Page.]

Atlas of the borough of Brooklyn City of New York. The First Twentyeight Wards complete in Three Volumes. Volume One, Containing the first 28 wards. Volume Two, Flatbush and New Utrecht, (29th & 30th Wards.) Volume Three, Gravesend and Flatlands, (31st & 32nd Wards). Based upon official maps and plans on file in the various city offices. Supplemented by careful field measurements and observations. By and under the direction of Hugo Ullitz, C. E., Published by E. Belcher Hyde, 97 Liberty Street, Brooklyn, 5 Beekman St., Manhattan, 1920, Volume Three. [Title Page.]

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