Antique hand colored map showing Wards 62 and 63, part of Brookline, Massachusetts, from the Brookline Mass. Atlas by the Sanborn Map Company of New York, 1925. Ward 62: Streets shown in this map are Davis Av., Boylston, and Walnut. The landmarks in this ward are the B & A Rail Road, the Post 864 Veterans of Foreign Wars, and the Wm. H. Lincoln School. The other buildings in this ward are a mixture of stores, workshops, and dwellings or flats. Reverse side of this map shows Ward 63 of Brookline. Streets shown on this side are Boylston, Washington, Walnut, Irving, High, and Upland Rd. The landmarks in this ward are the Fire Dept. Station, the Highway Gospel Tabernacle (Pentecostal), and the Bromfield Publishers Greeting Cards company. The other buildings in this ward are a mixture of stores, workshops, and dwellings or flats. This map was added to and corrected over time to update buildings and streets. There are small rectangles of paper with updates glued to the page and the updates were recorded and signed in a table at the front of the atlas. Fair Antique condition; page is wavy, few pencil marks from updates, some light toning at edges, edge has red leather atlas tab and an imprint from another atlas tab. Pencil marking can potentially be removed. Approx. 26.5" x 18".
Antique Hand Colored Map
Maker: Sanborn Map Co.
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