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Queens, Vol. 2, Double Page Plate No. 5; Part of Long Island City Ward One (Part of Old Ward 2) and Part of Newtown Ward 2. [Map bounded by Middleburg Ave., Woodside Ave., Celtic (Highway to Calvary Cemetery) Ave., Bushwick and Newtown Turnpike, Borden Ave., Hunters Point Ave., Harold Ave., Covert Ave., Anable Ave., Nott Ave., Queens Boulevard, Foster Ave., Skillman Ave., Laurel Hill Ave., Barnett Ave.; Including Stone St., Fitting St., Heiser St., Gosman St., Carolin St., Bliss St., Grove St., Locust St., Madden St., Van Buren St., Lowery St., Bragaw St., Van Pelt St., Pennsylvania R.R.]

Queens, Vol. 2, Double Page Plate No. 5; Part of Long Island City Ward One (Part of Old Ward 2) and Part of Newtown Ward 2. [Map bounded by Middleburg Ave., Woodside Ave., Celtic (Highway to Calvary Cemetery) Ave., Bushwick and Newtown Turnpike, Borden Ave., Hunters Point Ave., Harold Ave., Covert Ave., Anable Ave., Nott Ave., Queens Boulevard, Foster Ave., Skillman Ave., Laurel Hill Ave., Barnett Ave.; Including Stone St., Fitting St., Heiser St., Gosman St., Carolin St., Bliss St., Grove St., Locust St., Madden St., Van Buren St., Lowery St., Bragaw St., Van Pelt St., Pennsylvania R.R.]

 
 

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