Staten Island: William T. Davis, 1926. Illus. 8vo, black cloth, front cover warped, pages wavy throughout, spine lightly sunned. Staten Island: William T. Davis, 1926. Presentation copy.
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Jersey City: Geographia Map Co., Inc., 1980. Map. Page measures 42" x 26 1/2" Large map of Staten Island with original cover attached as issued. This map has amazing color with the waterways around Staten Island featured prominantly in a beautiful tuquoise. A key in the top left corner indicates: open street, proposed (not open), interstate highways, major expressways, major parkway, parkway (proposed), main roads, railroad lines, Staten Island Rapid Transit, House numbers, state boundaries, interchange numbers, zip codes, park...
New York: Lewis Historical Publishing, 1930. Many portraits. 4to, two-toned cloth, head of spine lightly frayed, cloth lightly soiled, last illustration page with foxing in margins. New York: Lewis Historical Publishing, (1930).
New York: Memorial Publishing Company, 1898. Portraits and many text Illus. 2 Vols. 4to, beautifully bound in contemporary 3/4 brown morocco with marbled boards. Volume I: New York: Memorial Publishing Company, (1898). Volume II: West New Brighton, Staten Island: Published by the Author, (1900). First Edition. Near Fine Author moved to Staten Island in 1878. Morris was editor of the Richmond County Standard for sixteen years and was a noted historian on Staten Island.
Staten Island: Snug Harbor Cultural Center, 1995. Illus. 105pp. Small square 4to, pr. wrs. Staten Island: Snug Harbor Cultural Center, (1995). Fine.
New York: Harper & Row, 1964. Illus. 8vo, yellow cloth, d.w. chipped, cloth lightly soiled. New York: Harper & Row, (1964). History of the building of the Verrazano-Narrows bridge.
U.S. Coast Survey, 1867. Map. Lithograph with hand coloring. Image measures 24 x 39 inches. In beautiful wide cherry wood frame measures 37 x 51 x 1.5 inches. Repair top left margin. In very good condition. Large sea chart published by the U.S. Coastal Survey under Benjamin Pierce. Shows the entrance to New York harbor, shipping channels, Staten Island, Perth Amboy, Coney Island, Gravesend, Sandy Hook Bay, and the Rockaways. Over the course of the 19th century, the U.S. Coast...
New York: D. T. Valentine, 1864. Map. Uncolored. Mounted on linen. Image measures 35 7/8" x 22 3/4". This important map shows the sites of the Revolutionary War battles in and around New York City. Extends from Sandy Hook in New Jersey north to Haverstraw and the Croton River and includes Staten Island, Manhattan, eastern New Jersey, Brooklyn and Queens. Highly detailed, the map features detailed topographical features, roads, coastal features, farms and buildings. It also details troop positions. Several...