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Queens, Vol. 2, Double Page Plate No. 30; Part of Ward Two Newtown, Trains Meadow, Wood Side and Elmhurst; [Map bounded by Bowery Bay, Flushing Bay, Corona, Junction Ave.; Including Elmhors Ave., Astoria and Flushing Turnpike, Woodside Ave., Jackson Ave., Bowery Bay Road]; Part of Ward Two Clendale; [Map bounded by Walnut St., Walling St., Northern Boulevard, Booulevard PL.; Including Myrtle Ave., Oceanview Ave., Bedford Ave., Martin Ave., Trotting Course Lane]; Sub Plan No. 1; [Map bounded by Old Bowery Bay Road, Jackson Creek, Jackson Mill Pond; Including Orchard St., Jackson Boulevard]; Sub Plan No. 2; [Map bounded by Trains Meadow Road, Sprague St.; Including Leverich St.]; Sub Plan No. 3; [Map bounded by Astoria and Flushing Turnpike, Frye St.; Including Hall St.]

Queens, Vol. 2, Double Page Plate No. 30; Part of Ward Two Newtown, Trains Meadow, Wood Side and Elmhurst; [Map bounded by Bowery Bay, Flushing Bay, Corona, Junction Ave.; Including Elmhors Ave., Astoria and Flushing Turnpike, Woodside Ave., Jackson Ave., Bowery Bay Road]; Part of Ward Two Clendale; [Map bounded by Walnut St., Walling St., Northern Boulevard, Booulevard PL.; Including Myrtle Ave., Oceanview Ave., Bedford Ave., Martin Ave., Trotting Course Lane]; Sub Plan No. 1; [Map bounded by Old Bowery Bay Road, Jackson Creek, Jackson Mill Pond; Including Orchard St., Jackson Boulevard]; Sub Plan No. 2; [Map bounded by Trains Meadow Road, Sprague St.; Including Leverich St.]; Sub Plan No. 3; [Map bounded by Astoria and Flushing Turnpike, Frye St.; Including Hall St.]

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