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Guide to the Saint-Mémin Print Collection
1794-1808
 PR 226

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Collection processed by Jenny Gotwals

This finding aid was produced using the Archivists' Toolkit on January 05, 2012
Description is in English.

Container List

Series II: Views

Scope and Contents note

Series II. Views contains two views of New York City made in 1794-1796, while Saint-Mémin was developing his engraving skills. Shortly after arriving in New York with his father, Saint-Mémin was offered a place to stay by John R. Livingston. Both views are from the Brooklyn shoreline, one from Livingston's home at Mount Pitt (near the present day intersection of Henry and Montgomery Streets.)

These prints are housed in a flat file drawer.

Container 1     Title Date
Folder: 13 "View of the City and Harbour of New York taken from Mount Pitt, the Seat of John R. Livingston Esqre," etching after his own design, published 1794-1796.
Folder: 13 "View of the City of New York taken from Long Island," etching after his own design, published 1796. Two copies, one colored.

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