|Scope & Content||
Map shows the state plan for Andover Street to become a state highway.
In April 9, 1920 Peabody Paragraph, it states that the cost of water pipe extension on Andover Street would be $3,000 and that the pipe would be installed without disturbing the new state road on the Andover turnpike to be built in Peabody.
The map has a few notes. They read
"This is to certify that the highway as shown on this plan was laid out as a state highway by the Deparment of Public Works, Division of Highways, April, 6, 1920, in accordance with Chapter 344 of the General Acts of 1917 (Part 1)"
"The mayor, acting for the City and under the authority of a vote of the municipal council at a meeting held on October 23,1919, as assumed all land and grade damages"
The survey was done by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in 1920. It is unknown what happened to the original. This copy was traced by George A. Barnaby in May of 1929.
Plan No. 235
Sheet No. 1
Note: Total Sheets, 3
|Access Conditions||Restricted to use in Sutton Room or Research Room.|
|Creator||Commonwealth of Massachusetts|
|Title||Plan of Road in the City of Peabody, Essex County, Laid Out As A State Highway by the Department of Public Works|
|Copyrights||All copyrights belong to the Peabody Institute Library, Peabody, MA|
|Collection||Local History Resource Center|
|Size||46 x 71.12 cm|