Let’s take a trip back in time. A time before fixed gear bicycles, ironic moustaches, and artisanal mayonnaise. Before Spike Lee did anything, let alone the Right Thing, and ‘gentrification’ was used to describe white people in Brooklyn. It’s time you hang some real history on your wall, and this Authentic 1929 Vintage Brooklyn Map is just the thing. As colorful as the borough it depicts, this slice of Bucktown is authentic and one of a kind.
Unframed and ships flat. A vintage 1929 map of Tompkins Park North. The map shows a cross section of Kosciusko St to Myrtle Ave and Nostrand Ave to Marcy Ave.