This month in real estate history: New York City’s oldest land records disappear, landlords vow a tax protest … & more

From the August issue: 1910: Oldest NYC land records go missing Nearly two dozen of the “oldest and most valuable real estate records of old New York” were confirmed missing, the New York Times reported 107 years ago this month. The 23 books of English and Dutch records, which dated as far back as 1686, were lost when they were transferred from an older archives building to the newly constructed Hall of Records at 31 Chambers […]

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