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Appendix.--Harbor masters. Location of piers.

Topographical map of New York City, County and vicinity : showing old farm lines &c.

Topographical map of New York City, County and vicinity : showing old farm lines &c.

Topographical map of New York City, County and vicinity : showing old farm lines &c.

Topographical map of New York City, County and vicinity : showing old farm lines &c.

Floating piers, Salem neck.

[Barge with equipment for setting piers(?).]

[Barrels and cargo on piers, ships in background.]

[Barge with equipment for setting piers(?).]

Floating piers, Salem neck.

[Railroad tracks and steamboats moored at piers along the lake.]

[Barrels and cargo on piers, ships in background.]

Floating piers, Salem neck.

[Railroad tracks and steamboats moored at piers along the lake.]

Floating piers, Salem neck.

[View of the town of Mackinac Island including general view showing piers.]

[View of the town of Mackinac Island including general view showing piers.]

Map of the City of New York : north of 55th Street, showing on the "West Side" the streets, roads, avenues and public places established, widened and retained, and the pier and bulkhead lines &c. as laid out by the commsnrs of Central Park / compiled and drawn by Hamilton Ewen, City Surveyor.

Map of the City of New York : north of 55th Street, showing on the "West Side" the streets, roads, avenues and public places established, widened and retained, and the pier and bulkhead lines &c. as laid out by the commsnrs of Central Park / compiled and drawn by Hamilton Ewen, City Surveyor.

Map of the City of New York : north of 55th Street, showing on the "West Side" the streets, roads, avenues and public places established, widened and retained, and the pier and bulkhead lines &c. as laid out by the commsnrs of Central Park / compiled and drawn by Hamilton Ewen, City Surveyor.

New York City map and directory.

New York City map and directory.

Map showing the high and low water mark and the original city grants of lands under water made to various parties from 1686 to 1873, extending from Battery to Fifty-first Street, Hudson and East Rivers, New York City, also the several pier and bulkhead lines established from 1750 to 1873

Map showing the high and low water mark and the original city grants of lands under water made to various parties from 1686 to 1873, extending from Battery to Fifty-first Street, Hudson and East Rivers, New York City, also the several pier and bulkhead lines established from 1750 to 1873

Map showing the high and low water mark and the original city grants of lands under water made to various parties from 1686 to 1873, extending from Battery to Fifty-first Street, Hudson and East Rivers, New York City, also the several pier and bulkhead lines established from 1750 to 1873

Map showing the high and low water mark and the original city grants of lands under water made to various parties from 1686 to 1873, extending from Battery to Fifty-first Street, Hudson and East Rivers, New York City, also the several pier and bulkhead lines established from 1750 to 1873

Map showing the high and low water mark and the original city grants of lands under water made to various parties from 1686 to 1873, extending from Battery to Fifty-first Street, Hudson and East Rivers, New York City, also the several pier and bulkhead lines established from 1750 to 1873

Map showing the high and low water mark and the original city grants of lands under water made to various parties from 1686 to 1873, extending from Battery to Fifty-first Street, Hudson and East Rivers, New York City, also the several pier and bulkhead lines established from 1750 to 1873

Map showing the high and low water mark and the original city grants of lands under water made to various parties from 1686 to 1873, extending from Battery to Fifty-first Street, Hudson and East Rivers, New York City, also the several pier and bulkhead lines established from 1750 to 1873

Map showing the high and low water mark and the original city grants of lands under water made to various parties from 1686 to 1873, extending from Battery to Fifty-first Street, Hudson and East Rivers, New York City, also the several pier and bulkhead lines established from 1750 to 1873

Goulding's directory map of New York City : including the two recently annexed wards, engraved from the latest and most accurate surveys

Goulding's directory map of New York City : including the two recently annexed wards, engraved from the latest and most accurate surveys

Map of New York City south of 132d St.

Map of New York City south of 135th street : showing new arrangement, docks, piers, and water frontage, also soundings and former water line, street directory and numbers

Map of New York City south of 132d St.

Map of New York City south of 135th street : showing new arrangement, docks, piers, and water frontage, also soundings and former water line, street directory and numbers

Map showing the lines of the elevated railroads on Manhattan Island / prepared by Gaylord Watson.

Map showing the lines of the elevated railroads on Manhattan Island / prepared by Gaylord Watson.

Edsalls' New York City guide map

Edsalls' New York City guide map

Colton's new map of the city & county of New York : including the extension north of the Harlem River

Colton's new map of the city & county of New York : including the extension north of the Harlem River

Colton's new map of the city & county of New York : including the extension north of the Harlem River

Colton's new map of the city & county of New York : including the extension north of the Harlem River

Map of New-York City / prepared expressly for White, Stokes & Allen, publishers, stationers and importers, by Matthews, Northrup & Co.

Manuscript map of New York City between 128th Street and 155th Street, Harlem River and Eighth Avenue, showing present bulkhead line and line suggested by 128th Street property owners

Map of New-York City / prepared expressly for White, Stokes & Allen, publishers, stationers and importers, by Matthews, Northrup & Co.

Manuscript map of New York City between 128th Street and 155th Street, Harlem River and Eighth Avenue, showing present bulkhead line and line suggested by 128th Street property owners

Map of the City & County of New York showing routes & stations of the elevated railroads

Map of the City & County of New York showing routes & stations of the elevated railroads

Map of the city of Brooklyn ; Latest improved map of New York City

Map of the city of Brooklyn ; Latest improved map of New York City

Map of the city of New York : with an index showing the location of prominent buildings and places of interest

Map of the city of New York : with an index showing the location of prominent buildings and places of interest

On the piers at night

On the piers at night

On the piers at night

On the piers at night

On the piers at night

On the piers at night

The pride of the Pier

The pride of the Pier

The pride of the Pier

The pride of the Pier

The pride of the Pier

The pride of the Pier

New steel tower bridge (1 1/3 mile long, 1600 feet between piers) From Manhattan E. to Brooklynm,

New steel tower bridge (1 1/3 mile long, 1600 feet between piers) From Manhattan E. to Brooklynm,

Ashokan reservoir. Dividing weir with foundation piers for Ashokan bridge. West basin and Winchell hill at right and Discharge channel to East basin at left. Contract 3. October 26, 1914.

Ashokan Reservoir. View showing construction work on piers in bed of Esopus creec. These piers supported two 8-foot steel pipes. May 30, 1907.

Ashokan Reservoir. View at site of Olive Bridge dam, showing coffer-dam and piers under construction for supporting the 8-foot pipes to carry the flow of water in Esopus creek. May 18, 1907.

Plate 18, Part of Sections 3&4: Bounded by (Hudson River Piers)Twelfth Avenue, W. 41st Street, Eleventh Avenue and W. 34th Street.

Plate 34, Part of Section 5: [Bounded by E. 53rd Street, (East River Piers) First Avenue, E. 47th Street and Third Avenue.]

Plate 1, Part of Section 3: [Bounded by E. 20th Street, Avenue C (East River Piers), E. 15th Street, Avenue D, E. 14th Street and Avenue B.]

Plate 12, Part of Section 3: [Bounded by E. 32nd Street, (East River Piers) First Avenue, E. 26th Street and Third Avenue.]

Plate 17, Part of Section 3: [Bounded by W. 32nd Street, Eleventh Avenue, W. 23rd Street and (Hudson River Piers) Thirteenth Avenue.]

Plate 24, Part of Sections 3&5: [Bounded by E. 42nd Street, (East River Piers) First Avenue, E. 37th Street and Third Avenue.]

Plate 40, Part of Section 4: [Bounded by Twelfth Avenue (Hudson River Piers), W. 59th Street, Eleventh Avenue and W. 50th Street.]

Plate 6, Part of Section 3: [Bounded by W. 20th Street, Ninth Avenue, W. 14th Street and (Hudson River Piers) Thirteenth Avenue.]

Plate 23, Part of Section 3: [Bounded by (E. 37th Street, (East River Piers) First Avenue, E. 32nd Street and Third Avenue.]

Plate 33, Part of Section 5: [Bounded by E. 47th Street,(East River Piers), First Avenue, E. 42nd Street and Third Avenue.]

Plate 39, Part of Section 4: [Bounded by Twelfth Avenue (Hudson River Piers), W. 50th Street, Eleventh Avenue and W. 42nd Street.]

Plate 45, Part of Section 5: [Bounded by E. 59th Street, (East River Piers) Avenue A, E. 53rd Street and Third Avenue.]

Fulton Street Dock, Manhattan skyline, Manhattan.

Waterfront, from Pier 19, East River, Manhattan.

Theoline, Pier 11 or 12, East River, Manhattan.

Pier 13, North River, Manhattan.

Theoline, Pier 11, East River, Manhattan.

Downtown Skyport, Pier 11, East River, Manhattan.

Tugboats, Pier 11, East River, Manhattan.

Manhattan Skyline: I. South Street and Jones Lane, Manhattan...

Hudson River Park, Hudson River history

Hudson River Park, Hudson River history

Prehistoric piers and party of '89-'90. RBS at far left.

Interior of the Dome of the Rock showing a portion of the inner circle of piers and columns and the fine wrought-iron screen

Tomb at Kedes, the ancient Kedesh Naphtali. Thirty-five feet square; piers at the corners support round arches twenty-one feet high. Between the arches were the places for internment, three between each and one on either side of the door. The arches were formerly walled up and the building was covered with a dome.

[Plate 2: Bounded by West Street, (Hudson River, Piers 1-21), Reade Street, Broadway, and Battery Place.]

Gold and Silver Smiths' Bazaar, Damascus. A large nearly square court; the blackened roof is supported by arches and massive piers. It is so noisy that sales are often effected by means of signs. The man in the foreground holds up three fingers to show that he will sell a certain article for three pieces of money, the buyer (a veiled woman) offers two.

[Plate 3: Bounded by West Street (Hudson River, Piers 21-39), W. Houston Street, Sullivan Street, Canal Street, W. Broadway and Reade Street.]

[Plate 5: Bounded by Clinton Street, Madison Street, Jefferson Street, Cherry Street, Rutgers Slip, South Street (East River, Piers 32-44), James Slip, New Chambers Street, New Bowery Street, Bowery Street and Rivington Street.]

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