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Mapping Saratoga Springs



Items in the Mapping Saratoga Springs Collection

United States Hotel
A business card for the hotel highlighting its modernity and advertising its symphony offerings on front, with a map of routes from Albany to Saratoga springs on the back.

A chorographical map of the Province of New-York in North America, divided into counties, manors, patents and townships; exhibiting likewise all the private grants of land made and located in that Province;
Scale ca. 1:322,000. Hand colored. Prime meridian: London. Relief shown by hachures. Depths shown by form lines. Inscribed: To His Excellency Major General William Tryon ... "Advertisement. The tracts of land coloured red, are military grants ...…

A Map of the State of New York
An 1804 map of New York State that shows a cluster of buildings at the spot where Saratoga Springs will form. This may be the earliest depiction of Saratoga Springs properties on a published map. Thanks to Field Horne for the research.

[Sketch map, Saratoga Springs]
This sketch map was prepared by John Steel, surveyor, with the help of Henry Walton, at the request of Simeon De Witt, and corrects De Witt's state map.

Fulton County History (website)
A website with digitized versions of many of New York State's newspapers, including the Saratogian, dataing back to the 19th century. The search engine can be particular, so when searching for Saratoga Springs or area materials, it can be helpful…

Map Showing Sections of the Assessment Map of Outside District of the City of Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
Samuel J. Mott's map of the newly-promoted City of Saratoga Springs highlights the two principal tax assessment areas, the inside and outside districts. These districts echoe the dividing line between the village and town of Saratoga Springs,…

The Saratoga Course of 1874
A map of the course of the 1874 college regatta at Saratoga Springs that introduced a 4-page supplement to the New York Herald on the day of the race. Additional maps included were the course of the Springfield (MA) and Worcester (MA) courses.

Carroll's Real Estate and Loan Office
An advertisement for A.E. Caroll's Real Estate and Loan Office from p. 3, The Saratogian, February 4, 1890. An engraving of the business' storefront appears as part of the ad, and also on the Saratoga County map of 1890 in the Farmers' Directory.

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