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Redfield, J.S.:

REDFIELD'S TRAVELER'S GUIDE TO THE CITY OF NEW YORK. WITH A MAP.

J.S. Redfield, New York: 1871 12mo. Stitched. 108pp, folding map frontis of New York City. Original printed front wrapper [detached], which has some old scribbling and includes this ink note: 'Keep this by all means as relic of ancient days.' Signature of previous owner John R. Halsey appears in text several times, a couple line markings. Good+ to Very Good. A trove of information on everything about New York City. The little book covers docks, horse-car routes, ferries, baggage express, carriages, telegraph offices, public porters, the Viaduct Railway, the Brooklyn Bridge, Central Park, the Battery, Bowling Green, City Hall Park, Washington Square, other Parks, Public Buildings, the Croton Aqueduct, Broadway, Wall Street, Fifth Avenue, Five Points, Places of Amusement, Public Markets, Public Libraries, Charitable Institutions, Cemeteries, Railroad Stations, Colleges, foreign travel from New York. FIRST EDITION. OCLC 39308733 [5] [as of 1/12]. 484 NUC 0107377 [4]. Not in Sabin, Eberstadt, Decker.


Book Id: 18463

Price: $450.00

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