Map of Correy's Patent in Montgomery County and Schoharie county. The patent was awarded to William Corry [sic] and others in 1737. The map is composed of paper mounted on a linen backing. Adhesive tape had been used by the State Comptroller's Office to repair the map. This tape has been left in place.
The map was removed from its wooden mounting for scanning. It was placed in a protective polyester (Mylar) folder, so moirés (or Newton’s rings) are present, particularly at the edge of the digital image.
New York State Archives, New York (State). Comptroller's Office. Maps of undivided tracts and of tracts sold by the comptroller for unpaid taxes, ca. 1700-1935. Series B1610-99, Map 90.
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