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The House that Tweed Built: Map Volume 55 Number 4, July/August 2002
1. First Almshouse (1736-1797)
2. Powder Magazine (1747-1789)
3. Military Barracks (1757-1790)
4. Gaol (later, Hall of Records) (1757-1903)
5. Fifth Liberty Pole (1770)
6. Military Barracks (ca. 1774)
7. Bridewell (1775-1838)
8. British Barracks (ca. 1782)
9. Second Almshouse (1797-1857)
10. City Hall (1803-1811)
11. Possible location of Soup Kitchen (1807-1835) or Dispensary (1818-1829)
12. Rotunda (1818-1870)
13. Water Fountain (1842-1870)
14. Firehouses (ca. 1842-1851)
City Courthouse (1852-1928)
15. Firehouse (1851-1906)
16. Temporary Firehouse (1859-ca. 1870)
17. New York County "Tweed" Courthouse (1860-1881)
18. Fountain (1870-1940)
19. United States Post Office (ca. 1870-1939)

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