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FARTHEST NORTH IN TOWN BY THE INTERBOROUGH; Take a Trip to the New Station, 225th Street West. IT'S QUITE LIKE THE COUNTRY You Might Be in Dutchess County, but You Are Still In Manhattan Borough -- Place Will Bustle Soon. - The New York Times

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FARTHEST NORTH IN TOWN BY THE INTERBOROUGH; Take a Trip to the New Station, 225th Street West. IT'S QUITE LIKE THE COUNTRY You Might Be in Dutchess County, but You Are Still In Manhattan Borough -- Place Will Bustle Soon.

Jan. 14, 1907
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