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Author: New York (N.Y.). Dept. of Health
Title: Births reported in .. (Volume 1902)
Publisher: [New York : The Department]
Subject (keywords, tags): Registers of births, etc


An alphabetical list of births. Arranged by months, 1888-1897, and by boroughs, 1898-. The boroughs of Brooklyn, Queens and Richmond, created by the charter of 1897, are not included until 1898
Vol. for 1888 covers period Aug.-Dec

Contributor: Columbia University Libraries
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