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Panoramic View of New York City (in Eight Sections)
Black ink over graphite on eight sheets of ivory paper with partial black ink borders, laid on Japanese paper
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Charlotte di Zerega was the daughter of John A. di Zerega and Katherine (Berry) di Zerega. Her grandfather Augustus di Zerega was a wealthy New York shipowner, and her grandmother Eliza M. di Zerega was active in the social life of New York and Long Island in the middle of the 19th century. She married Sir Frederick William Franckland in 1890.
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