Borough of Brooklyn: Fourth Assembly District 1901

 
The First Election District is bounded by and within Division avenue, Wythe avenue, Wilson street and Wallabout Canal.

The Second Election District is bounded by and within Division avenue, Bedford avenue, Taylor street and Wythe avenue.

The Third Election District is bounded by and within Division avenue, Lee avenue, Rodney street and Bedford avenue.

The Fourth Election District is bounded by and within Taylor street, Bedford avenue, Rodney street, Wallabout Canal, Wilson street and Wythe avenue.

The Fifth Election District is bounded by and within Rodney street, Bedford avenue, Penn street, Kent avenue, Hewes street and Wallabout Canal.

The Sixth Election District is bounded by and within Washington avenue, Wallabout Canal, Hewes street, Kent avenue, Penn street, Bedford avenue and Flushing avenue.

The Seventh Election District is bounded by and within Washington avenue, Park avenue, Hall street, Myrtle avenue, Grand avenue and Flushing avenue.

The Eighth Election District is bounded by and within Grand avenue Myrtle avenue, Hall street, Park avenue, Washington avenue and Willoughby avenue.

The Ninth Election District is bounded by and within Willoughby avenue, Grand avenue, Clifton place, St. James place, Greene avenue and Washington avenue.

The Tenth Election District is bounded by and within Washington avenue, Fulton street, St. James place, Gates avenue, Grand avenue, Clifton place, St. James place and Greene avenue.

The Eleventh Election District is bounded by and within Grand avenue, Gates avenue, St. James place, Fulton street, Washington avenue and Atlantic avenue.

The Twelfth Election District is bounded by and within Atlantic avenue, Classon avenue, Putnam avenue, Irving place, Gates avenue and Grand avenue.

The Thirteenth Election District is bounded by and within Lafayette avenue, Grand avenue, Gates avenue, Downing street, Quincy street and Classon avenue.

The Fourteenth Election District is bounded by and within Lafayette avenue, Emerson place, Myrtle avenue and Grand avenue.

The Fifteenth Election District is bounded by and within Graham street, Myrtle avenue, Emerson place and Lafayette avenue.

The Sixteenth Election District is bounded by and within Grand avenue, Myrtle avenue, Graham street and Park avenue.

The Seventeenth Election District is bounded by and within Park avenue, Grand avenue, Flushing avenue and Franklin avenue.

The Eighteenth Election District is bounded by and within Franklin avenue, Park avenue, Graham street and Willoughby avenue.

The Nineteenth Election District is bounded by and within Franklin avenue, Lafayette avenue, Graham street and Willoughby avenue.

The Twentieth Election District is bounded by and within Classon avenue, Quincy street, Franklin avenue and Lafayette avenue.

The Twenty-first Election District is bounded by and within Franklin avenue, Quincy street, Downing street, Gates avenue, irving place and Putnam, avenue.

The Twenty-second Election District is bounded by and within Franklin avenue, Putnam avenue, Classon avenue and Atlantic avenue.

The Twenty-third Election District is bounded by and within Putnam avenue, Bedford avenue, Brevoort place and Franklin avenue.

The Twenty-fourth Election District is bounded by and within Lexington avenue, Bedford avenue, Putnam avenue, and Franklin avenue.

The Twenty-fifth Election District is bounded by and within Franklin avenue, Lafayette avenue, Franklin avenue, DeKalb avenue, Bedford avenue and Lexington avenue.

The Twenty-sixth Election District is bounded by and within Myrtle avenue, Bedford avenue, Dekalb avenue and Franklin avenue.

The Twenty-seventh Election District is bounded by and within Franklin avenue, Flushing avenue, Bedford avenue and Myrtle avenue.

The Twenty-eighth Election District is bounded by and within Bedford avenue, Flushing avenue, Sandford street, Park avenue, Spencer street and Myrtle avenue.

The Twenty-ninth Election District is bounded by and within Myrtle avenue, Spencer street, Park avenue and Nostrand avenue.


 

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Article Name: Borough of Brooklyn: Fourth Assembly District 1901
Researcher/Transcriber Miriam Medina

Source:

Brooklyn Daily Eagle October 17, 1901
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