Historic Map Collection -- Property of the U.S. in the vicinity of the Capitol
Map exhibiting the property of the U.S. in the vicinity of the Capitol (23x19): colored red, with the manner in which it is proposed to lay off the same in building lots, as described in the report to the Sup't of the city to which this is annexed / BHLatrobe, one of the surveyors of the city of Washington, Dec. 3d 1815. District of Columbia. Office of the Surveyor. CREATED/PUBLISHED 1815. NOTES Covers area bounded by 2nd St. east, D St. south, 6th St. west, and D St. north, including eastern part of the Mall. Relief shown by shading. Partial cadastral map showing buildings, some lots, and block numbers and dimensions. Pen-and-ink, watercolor, and lead pencil. Oriented with north to the left. Includes note and survey data. Scale [ca. 1:2,400].
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