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Plan of part of the city of Washington shewing the situation of the buildings belonging to Mr. Dan'l Carroll of Duddington.

Plan of part of the city of Washington shewing the situation of the buildings belonging to Mr. Dan'l Carroll of Duddington.

 
 
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Covers area bounded by 1st and 2nd streets and North and South Carolina avenues S.E., Capitol Hill, Washington D.C.
Relief shown by hachures.
Shows block numbers and outlines, dimensions, buildings, and function of buildings.
Pen-and-ink and watercolors on tracing linen.
Traced by Dr. Joseph M. Toner from the original map by Nicholas King ca. 1796.
From the Joseph Meredith Toner Collection in LC Manuscript Division.
Has circular cameo impression: [Profile of head with] Toner Library.
Accompanied by ms. tracing (lead-pencil and watercolors on tracing paper) of the original King map: Plan of part of the city ... Mr. Dan'l Carroll of Duddington. 1 sheet : col. map ; 43 x 51 cm.
Includes note.
"No. 19."
Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
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01/01/1796
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King, N. (Nicholas), 1771-1812.
Toner, Joseph M. (Joseph Meredith), 1825-1896.
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