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Gillender Building, New York City

City Hall subway station, New York

St. Paul Building, New York City

World's Fair. Firestone Tire & Rubber Company Building at night II

World's Fair. Soviet Socialist Republics Building at night

World's Fair. Arctic Girl's tomb of ice II

View of Lower Manhattan from the Manhattan Bridge, September 11, 2001

Sculpture "Eagle; Justice Above All Else" at Jacob K. Javitz Federal Building, New York, New York

N.W. parts of New York, no. 156.

A Map of the route from the city of Albany to the Fort Osswego on the Lake of Cataroque.

Draft of the lands disputed by Philipse Patent against Beekmans & Rambaults.

[Fort Edward to Crown Point.

Sault du Niagara, de 135 pieds de haut.

Plan of Fort William Henry and camp at Lake George.

S[i]r: This is minuts of the fort at Crown Point and of the redouts built round it; which I took on the mountain to the west of Crown Point abt. a miles distance.

A plan of the city of New York from an actual survey, anno Domini, M[D]CC,LV

A draught of Lake George, and part of Hudson's River taken September 1756

Plano de Philadelphia.

Plan of the attack on Fort William Henry and Ticonderoga; showing the road from Fort Edward, Montcalm's camp and wharf of landing, &c.

Prospect of Saratogha [i.e. Saratoga], 1757, taken from the saw mill 1. Hudsons River; 2. Road to Fort Miller; 3. Retrenchment; 4. Camp.

Map of the northern parts of New York.

Attaques des retranchemens [sic] devant le Fort Carillon en Amérique : par les anglais commandés par le général Abercrombie contre les français aux ordres du Marquis de Montcalm le 8 juillet 1758 /

Plan of the fort and fortress at Crown Point with their environs. With the disposition of the English Army under the command of Genl. Amherst encamp'd there 1759.

A Plan of Albany, as it was in the year 1758.

Project for the attack of Ticonderoga, proposed to be put in execution as near as the circumstances and ground will admit of. May 29th. 1759.

Design for Governor's Island.

A view of the Cohoes or Great Fall of the Mohawk River taken from above

[Map showing the Bowery Lane area of Manhattan.

The south prospect of the city of New York in America

Plan of the city of New York ; An exact prospect of Charlestown : the metropolis of the province of South Carolina.

Baye et port d'Yorc, capitale de la Nouvelle Yorc.

A survey of Lake Champlain including Crown Point and St. Iohn's on which is fixed the line of forty five degrees north lattit. terminating the boundarys betwe[e]n the provinces of Quebec and New York agre[e]able to his Majesty's proclamation done by order and instruction of the Honourable James Murray, esqr., Governor of the Province of Quebec and the Honourable His Majestys Council

A plan of the city of New-York & its environs to Greenwich, on the north or Hudsons River, and to Crown Point, on the east or Sound River, shewing the several streets, publick buildings, docks, fort & battery, with the true form & course of the commanding grounds, with and without the town.

A plan of the city of New-York & its environs to Greenwich, on the North or Hudsons River, and to Crown Point, on the East or Sound River, shewing the several streets, publick buildings, docks, fort & battery, with the true form & course of the commanding grounds, with and without the town.

Plan of Governor's, Kennedy's, and Brown's Islan[ds] and Red Hook together with part of the Bay and soundings, shewing the position they bear to each other and to New York, September 18th. 1766. By order of His Excellency Major General Gage, Commander in Chief of His Majesty's forces in North America.

Designs for fortifying Governors Island near New York.

Plan of Governor's, Kennedy's, and Brown's Islands, with Paulus and Red Hook together with part of the bay and soundings shewing the position they bear to each ether [sic] and to New York.

The provinces of New York, and New Jersey; with part of Pensilvania, and the governments of Trois Rivières, and Montreal:

Lines run in the Jersies for determining boundaries between that Province & New York.

New York & New Jersey commissioners line from 41⁰ on Hudson's River taken in 1769.

Three maps [i.e. map on 3 sheets] of northern New Jersey, with reference to the boundary between New York and New Jersey.

[Powder horn with hand-drawn map of the Hudson River (above Albany), Mohawk River, Niagara region, and Lake Ontario in New York Province].

[A chart of New York Island & North River: East River, passage through Hell Gate, Flushing Bay, Hampstead Bay, Oyster, Huntington Bay, Cow Harbour, East Chester Inlet, Rochell, Rye, Patrick Islands, ec.

Bunker's Hill on N. York Island

[New York Island and East Jersey. Unfinished.

Map of that part of Orange County lying to the north of the mountains of the highlands shewing that Chester is a much more central & convenient spott to all the country whereon to erect the new court house than that vulgarly known by the name of Goshen Town.

[Map of the roads from New Rochelle to Kingstreet, Westchester County.

[Old map of Brooklyn and greater part of King's County, Long Island.

A plan of the township of Blenheim, as surveyed and divided in the year 1772.

A plan of the division line between the provinces of New-York and Quebec. In the 45th degree of north latitude. Survey'd in the year 1771 & 1772.

A plan of Fort George at the city of New-York.

A plan of St. Georges Ferry on Nassau-Island made the 10th August 1774,

The provinces of New York, and New Jersey; with part of Pensilvania, and the province of Quebec.

A plan of the city of New-York & its environs to Greenwich, on the North or Hudsons River, and to Crown Point, on the East or Sound River, shewing the several streets, publick buildings, docks, fort & battery, with the true form & course of the commanding grounds, with and without the town. Survey'd in the winter, 1775 [i.e. 1766]

Plan de New-York et des environs,

A map of the Province of New York, with part of Pensilvania, and New England,

A plan of New York Island, with part of Long Island, Staten Island & east New Jersey, with a particular description of the engagement on the woody heights of Long Island, between Flatbush and Brooklyn, on the 27th of August 1776 between His Majesty's forces commanded by General Howe and the Americans under Major General Putnam, with the subsequent disposition of both armies.

Plan of the works opposite Hell-Gate.

Plan of the attack on the provincial army on Long Island, August 27th 1776. With the draughts of New York Island, Staten Island, and the adjacent part of the continent.

Map of the progress of His Majesty's armies in New York, during the late campaign, illustrating the accounts.

Plan of The Narrows, shewing the channel, shoal, depth of water, and the several battery's proposed on each side to prevent an enemy's sailing up to New York.

The provinces of New York and New Jersey; with part of Pensilvania, and the Province of Quebec.

A plan of the city and environs of New York in North America.

[A Plan of the city of New York.

[Plan of the country at and in the vicinity of Forts Lee and Independency, showing the position of the British Army.

The Attack and defeat of the American fleet under Benedict Arnold by the King's fleet commanded by Sir Guy Carleton upon Lake Champlain in "11th" of "Octr." 1776.

A plan of the Narrows of Hells-gate in the East River, near which batteries of cannon and mortars were erected on Long Island with a view to take off the defences and make breaches in the rebel fort on the opposite shore to facilitate a landing of troops on New York Island.

The Country twenty five miles round New York,

[Fort Washington & vicinity.

Plan of the attack the rebels on Long Island, by an officer of the Army.

[Country between North River and Croton River.

A survey of Frog's Neck and the rout[e] of the British Army to the 24th of October 1776, under the command of His Excellency the Honorable William Howe, General and Commander in Chief of His Majesty's forces, &ca, &ca, &ca.

Sketch of the country illustrating the late engagement in Long Island.

To His Excellency Sr. Henry Moore, Bart., captain general and governour in chief, in & over the Province of New York & the territories depending thereon in America, chancellor & vice admiral of the same. This plan of the city of New York, is most humbly inscribed,

The attack and defeat of the American fleet under Benedict Arnold, by the Kings fleet commanded by Captn. Thos. Pringle, upon Lake Champlain, the 11th of October, 1776.

Attaque de l'armée des provinciaux dans Long Island du 27. aoust 1776; dessin de l'isle de New-York et des Etats.

A map of the Province of New-York reduc'd from the large drawing of that Province, compiled from actual surveys by order of His Excellency William Tryon, Esqr., Captain General & Governor of the same, by Claude Joseph Sauthier; to which is added New Jersey.

The country twenty five miles round New York,

[New York Island. Military; unfinished.

Sketch of New York, narrows & part of Long Island with the roads.

The provinces of New York and New Jersey; with part of Pensilvania, and the province of Quebec.

A plan of the operations of the King's army under the command of General Sir William Howe, K.B. in New York and east New Jersey, against the American forces commanded by General Washington from the 12th of October to the 28th of November 1776, wherein is particularly distinguished the engagement on the White Plains the 28th of October.

Sketch of the White Plains,

The seat of action, between the British and American forces; or, An authentic plan of the western part of Long Island, with the engagement of the 27th August 1776 between the King's forces and the Americans: containing also Staten Island, and the environs of Amboy and New York, with the course of Hudsons River, from Courtland, the great magazine of the American Army, to Sandy Hook,

A plan of the attack of Fort Washington, now Fort Knyphausen, and of the American lines on New-York Island by the King's troops, on the 16th of November 1776.

A tracing relating to Fort Washington or Knyphausen.

A map of the Province of New-York, reduc'd from the large drawing of that Province, compiled from actual surveys by order of His Excellency William Tryon, Esqr. Captain General & Governor of the same,

Sketch of Forts Clinton & Montgomery, stormed the 6th Octob. 1777 by the troops under the command of Sir Henry Clinton, K.B., Lt. General of H. Maj. forces and commander in chief of New Yorck and its dependencies.

Sketth [sic] of the Hessian attack on Fort Washington under General Knypehausen on the 16th November 1776.

[Westchester County coast, New Rochelle to Horseneck River: unfinished.

The provinces of New York and New Jersey; with part of Pensilvania, and the province of Quebec.

A plan of New York Island, with part of Long Island, Staten Island & east New Jersey, with a particular description of the engagement on the woody heights of Long Island, between Flatbush and Brooklyn, on the 27th of August 1776 between His Majesty's forces commanded by General Howe and the Americans under Major General Putnam, shewing also the landing of the British Army on New-York Island, and the taking of the city of New-York &c. on the 15th of September following, with the subsequent disposition of both the armies.

A chart of Delaware Bay and River, containing a full & exact description of the shores, creeks, harbours, soundings, shoals, sands, and bearings of the most considerable land marks, from the cape to Philadelphia.

[Part of a map of the Hudson Highlands showing Forts Clinton and Montgomery.

Plan of Carillon ou [sic] Ticonderoga : which was quitted by the Americaines in the night from the 5th to the 6th of July 1777 /

A Map of Ticonderoga with the old and new lines and batteries,

Baye de la Delaware avec les ports, sondes, dangers, bancs, &c. depuis les caps jusqu'à Philadelphie

An accurate plan of the country between New York and Philadelphia : with the dispositions of the forces.

[Map of defenses of New York Island from Fort Washington to Fort Independence, with redoubts, etc. planned between.

A map of the provinces of New-York and New-Yersey, with a part of Pennsylvania and the Province of Quebec.