The Reaches of New York City (1939)

Done in the studios of The National Geographic Magazine

The map shows:
– Places of interest such as Historic Monuments, Shrines, Ruins, noteworthy Architecture, etcetera.
– Towns of similar interest well worth to visit.
– Churches. Battlefields. County Seats. State Capitals. Heights in feet. Highways. Railroads. Canals.”

The Reaches of New York City (1939)

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