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Vintage Brooklyn Map

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This early 20th-century map of Brooklyn & vicinity is exactly what you are looking for if you love “New York New York”, or are looking for a present for someone who does. Additionally, this is an absolute winner in office decor, as this vintage map of Brooklyn will always be interesting and appropriate for a waiting room, meeting room, office or lunch area. With the full title of Rand, McNally & Co.s’ indexed atlas of the world map of Brooklyn and vicinity it was copyrighted in 1891 and published in 1897 in Chicago. This incredibly detailed map was sourced from a private collection and then enhanced and colorized to showcase all the intricate features of the glorious Brooklyn such as the major buildings, parks, cemeteries, ferries, tunnels and radial distances from Manhattan.

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This early 20th-century map of Brooklyn & vicinity is exactly what you are looking for if you love “New York New York”, or are looking for a present for someone who does. Additionally, this is an absolute winner in office decor, as this vintage map of Brooklyn will always be interesting and appropriate for a waiting room, meeting room, office or lunch area. With the full title of Rand, McNally & Co.s’ indexed atlas of the world map of Brooklyn and vicinity it was copyrighted in 1891 and published in 1897 in Chicago. This incredibly detailed map was sourced from a private collection and then enhanced and colorized to showcase all the intricate features of the glorious Brooklyn such as the major buildings, parks, cemeteries, ferries, tunnels and radial distances from Manhattan.