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Earl D. Babst, Chairman, Board of Directors, The American Sugar Refining Company Statement, “Shall our Tariff and Colonial Policy Permit the Duplication on the Islands of Sugar Refineries Already Built on the Mainland?” 1933.

Bridget Barclay, “Hudson River Angler Survey: A report on the adherence to fish consumption health advisories among Hudson River anglers,” Hudson River Sloop Clearwater, Poughkeepsie, New York, 1993.

Calendar of State Papers, Great Britain Public Record Office; Colonial Series, America and the West Indies, 21 October 1697 – 31 December 1698, Public Record Office, Hon. J.W. Fortescue, Ed. “Presented to the Board by the Undersecretary of the Company,” Read 17 February, 1697-8.

City Council, City of New York, “Hearing of The Committee On Waterfronts,” June 17, 2002.

Report of the Metropolitan Sewerage Commission of New York: Sewerage and Sewage Disposal in the Metropolitan District of New York and New Jersey, April 30, 1910.

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The National Provisioner, various volumes, 1981


Select letters of Christopher Columbus, with other original documents, relating to his four voyages to the New world, Vol. 43. – Christopher Columbus, Giuliano Dati, Diego Alvarez Chanca, Diego Méndez.

Journal of Jasper Danckaerts, 1679-1680 by Jasper Danckaerts.

Letters of Ashbel Fitch, 1890.

Letter from Ivine Galarza, District Manager, Bronx Community Planning Board #6, to Chris Meyers, Assistant Director, NYC Operation Greenthumb, December 11, 1995.

Letter from Chief to Leland Harrison, Office of the Counselor, State Department, November 2, 1917. Letter from Chief Agent 78448 to W. Offley, November 2, 1917.

Letter from John Hartung, chief chemist, Jacob Ruppert Brewery, to Edward Zahm, Zahm & Nagel, September 11, 1930.

The William Steinway Diary, 1861-1896,, July 18, 2011.

Copy Book of Letters of Petrus Stuyvesant, November 25, 1757-May 7, 1780, New-York Historical Society.

Edward Neufville Tailer Diaries, New-York Historical Society.


Cirincione, Patrick. “Impressions of Fulton Fish Market,” Feeding the City, WPA, The Municipal Archives.

“The Crab Man,” Roll 2, Folder 63, Feeding the City, WPA, The Municipal Archives.

“Feeding the City,” WPA, Reel 153, Municipal Archives, New York.

“Fish Varieties, “WPA, Reel 153, Feeding the City, Municipal Archives, New York.

“Fourteenth Street Area” (No Date, no author) Folder 67, Feeding the City WPA, the Municipal Archives.

Mitchell, John. “Price,” Feeding the City, WPA, The Municipal Archives.

Roth, Terry. “Street Cries and Criers of New York,” WPA, November 3, 1938.

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Fire Insurance Maps from the Sanborn Company Archives, New York Public Library

NY Department of Health, Board of Health, the University of Michigan, 1911.

Paul Greenberg, Mark Kurlansky, John Mylod, “How to Make New York City Seafood Local Again,” talk at the South Street Seaport Museum, November 18, 2010.

Monarch Wine Company documents, courtesy of Gale Robinson.

Operation GreenThumb historic documents, courtesy of director Edie Stone.

Department of Investigation documents.

Ruppert, Jacob K. The New York County Lawyer, “In Re John Barleycorn: The Role of the NYCLA in the Repeal of Prohibition,” November 2005.

The clippings collection of Thomas F. De Voe, New-York Historical Society.