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Total Pavements Laid, Manhattan for New York, NY

1935: 277 Thousands Of Square Yards  
Annual, Not Seasonally Adjusted, A0294AUS35620A603NNBR, Updated: 2012-08-16 11:33 AM CDT
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1879 Figure Includes April 30 To Dec. 31 Data Only. Figures For 1897 Are Not Available. Source: Reports Of N.Y. Dept. Of Public Works 1871-82: 1882, P.19; 1889-94: 1894, P.132; 1883-88 And 1895-96: Individual Issues; 1897: Summary Report, P. 7; 1898-99:"N.Y.C. Annual Report Of Dept. Of Highways, " 1900-1935: Manhattan, "President'S Annual Report, " 1935, P. 38.

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