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200-year-old map among items shown at Albany open house

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In 1810, $6,000 was a lot of money, but as far as Meredith Cherven-Holland is concerned, John Randall Jr. earned every penny. The map Randall produced for the city of Albany on Sept. 10, 1810, “A Map of the Post Road Between the Cities of Albany and New York,” was among the many historical artifacts on exhibit Thursday morning at an open house held at the Albany County Hall of Records on Tivoli Street. There ...

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