Catalog Record: New York walk book; suggestions for excursions afoot within a radius of fifty to one hundred miles of the city and including Westchester County, the Highlands of the Hudson and the Ramapo, northern and central New Jersey and the New Jersey pine barrens, Long Island, the Shawangunk Range, the Catskills, and the Taconics | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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New York walk book; suggestions for excursions afoot within a radius of fifty to one hundred miles of the city and including Westchester County, the Highlands of the Hudson and the Ramapo, northern and central New Jersey and the New Jersey pine barrens, Long Island, the Shawangunk Range, the Catskills, and the Taconics by Raymond H.Torrey, Frank Place, Jr. [and] Robert L. Dickinson. Pen sketches by Robert L. Dickinson.

Main Author: Torrey, Raymond H.
Related Names: Dickinson, Robert Latou 1861-1950., Place, Frank 1880-1959.
Language(s): English
Published: New York, American Geographical Society, 1923.
Edition: Pocket ed.
Subjects: New Jersey > Guidebooks.
New York (State) > Guidebooks.
New York (N.Y.) > Guidebooks.
Note: "Maps and guidebooks" : p. 209-210.
Map on front lining-paper.
Physical Description: xvi, 217 p., illus. plates, maps (part fold.) 20 cm.
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