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Castle Garden and Battery Park, New York City.

Castle Garden and Battery Park, New York City.

[Plate 1: Bounded by Liberty Street, Maiden Lane, South Street [East River, Piers 1-18], White Hall Street, State Street (Battery Park), Battery Place,and (Hudson River, Piers A, 1-14) West Street.]

Battery Park from Burlington , Vermont, Lake Champlain, Vt.

Fountain and Bandstand, Battery Park, Charleston, S. C.

From Burlington, Vt. (Battery Park), Lake Champlain, Vt.

Plate 39, Sec. 2 & Sec. 1: Plan of Hudson River Wharves [Covers the Wharves between Perry Street - Battery Park on West Street]

Battery Park, extreme southern part of Manhattan island, elevated railway and New York Bay, New York City.

Battery Park, extreme southern part of Manhattan island, elevated railway and New York Bay, New York City.

Another view of the ferry boat, as it nears Battery Park. The building under construction (right of center) is the U.S. Customs House, built from 1902-1906.

Battery Park, Burlington, Vt.

Manhattan, V. 1, Plate No. 100 [Map bounded by Broad St., East River, Battery Park.]

Harbor and Battery Park, New York, N. Y.

Houses on Battery Park, 1905.

[Plate 1: Bounded by Liberty Street, Maiden Lane, [East River, Piers 1-14] South Street, Battery Park, and [Hudson River, Piers 2-37] West Street.]

Index: Borough of Manhattan. Scale 1800 feet to the Inch. LEGEND, [Battery Park - 158th Street].

Plate 40: [Bounded by Corlears Street, Pierhead Line (Piers 45-1), Battery Park, Whitehall Street, and South Street]

Plate 39: [Bounded by Perry Street, West Street, Battery Place, State Street, Battery Park, and (Piers 1-47) Pierhead Line]

Battery, foot of West Street, Manhattan.

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