|Scope & Content||
Plan of road between Foster and Washington Street.
On back of map the note states this is Doleville Road, 1855 but became present day Oak Street. Street coming off at right angles is present day Winter Street. The one entitled Mason Street leads to the present day Mason Street.
Note on map: Beginning on Washington Street at the Southerly corner of C. Currier's estate, thence North 51 degrees West, 62 1/2 feet to a point 6 inches from the Westerly corner of his barn, thence North 48 degrees 45 minutes West, over land of Currier, Little and Elliott, 493 feet thence North 40 degrees 45 minutes West over land of Elliott, Upton, a road and Osborn 418 1/2 feet thence North 46 1/4 degrees West over land of Osborn 229 feet to Foster Street. The Road to be Southerly of the above described line, and 40 feet wide. (Note by Selectman) The above named Way is laid with the red lines.
This is a duplicate of the orginal. It is unknown what happened to the original. The land was surveyed by Joshua Buxton, Jr. on November 28th, 1854. The map was traced from the original by George A. Barnaby in December of 1928.
One 28 x 18" Starched Linen Map.
Plan No. 66
|Access Conditions||Restricted to use in Sutton Room or Research Room.|
|Physical characteristics||Starched Linen Map|
|Creator||George A. Barnaby|
|Title||Plan of road between Foster and Washington Street.|
|Copyrights||All copyrights belong to the Peabody Institute Library, Peabody, MA|
|Collection||Local History Resource Center|