|Scope & Content||
Map covering historic and business sites of Peabody. Appears to have once been an insert to another publication. The map is 23" x 30".
The map includes an introduction to Peabody a key to Peabody's Historic Spots and a listing of 94 businesses in Peabody. The information for the business in Peabody include the name of the business; short description; address and telephone number. There is a smaller insert in the map that covers the downtown area.
Historical locations include: Anthony Needham House; Upton Tavern; Old Burying Ground; Lexington Monument; General Gideon Foster House; Downing-John Proctor House; George Peabody birthplace; Giles Corey House; Dennison Wallis House; Bowdith House; Clark-Mansfield House; Bell Tavern; Old Glass Works; Gideon Foster's Chocolate Mill; Nathaniel Felton House; Nathaniel Felton, Jr. House; Thorndike Proctor House; Epes-Derby-Endicott-Osborn House; Site of Lawrence and Cassandra Southwick and the site of the First King House.
The businesses on the map include:
Eddie's Flying "A" Service Station; Peabody Co-Operatvie Bank; Gerard G. McDuff and Sons (Gas Station); Conway Funeral Home; Merchants-Warren National Bank; Rocky's Oil Service, Inc.; The Paddock (night club); Capitol Pharmacy, Inc.; York Pharmacy; Price's Jenney Service; West Peabody Pharmacy, Inc.; Brann's (Fuel Oil & Service); Warren Five Cents Savings Bank; Newhall Oil Co.; Richard's Drive-In; Check Lounge (cocktail lounge); Reliable Oil Co.; The Summit County Club; Peabody Cycle Sales Peabody Scooter Rental, Inc.; The Yankee, Inc. (lounge); One Hour "Martinizing" (dry cleaners); Ral-Jo Coiffures (beauty lounge); Earl's Esso Servicecenter; Peabody Lawn Mower Service; The Carriage House (motel); Goldstein's Shoe Store; County Side Motel; The Fire Bowl Pet Shop; Vic's Drive-In and Donut Shop; The Beauty Cellar; Philip A. Reidy Pharmacy; Famous Clam Plate; Bruce Barr (fuel and oil service); T.S. Minott Co., Realtor; John M. Brophy; William K. Lazarakis (painting contractor); Draper Oil Burner Service; Peabody Electrical Supply Co.; Anezis Plumbing & Heating; Ted's Service Station; Noyes Heating & Air Conditioning Co.; Inc.; Gordon's Rug Service; The Laurel Co., Inc. (builders); Celebrity Lounge (cocktail lounge); Penny's On The 'Pike (night club); Patrick M. Cahill & Sons (funeral directors); Dwyer Electric Co. (electrical contractor); Ernie's Service Station; Charles McCarthy, Jr. (general contractor); Geo. F. Woodbury (plumbing and heating); A.L. Pierce (apple ridge); Robert Studios (photography); Dell's Hairstylists (beauty shop); Corbeil Apothecary (drugs); Dom's Tree & Landscape Co. (tree expert); Pioneer Garage Company; Decorators Workroom (upholstering, slip covers and draperies); Hillside Rest Home (females only); Tanner City Tire Co., Inc.; Arrow Electric Service, Inc.; A.D. Marquis & Sons (general contractor); Putnam Brothers (dairy products); Gardner Park Kindergarten and Nursery School; Ace Builders; Frank E. Quirk & Sons (plumbing and heating); Anthony Pais (plumbing and heating); Service Unlimited (snow plowing); Leon Ortins Construction Co.; Johnny's Auto Body; Silhouette Beauty Center; Metro-Bowl; Vic's Catererss; Santoro's Submarine Sandwich Shop; Ben Franklin Store (5 & 10 Variety Store); John Tracchia (general contractor); Economy Shoe Mart; George H. Aulson (general contractor & builder); Turnpike Esso (service station); Thomas A. Brown (carpenter); A.W. Thomas & Son (carpenter & builder); Chuck's Television Engineers (T.V. & stereo service); Howard Pharmacy; Peabody Woodwork & Supply Co. (kitchen cabinets); County Club Motors, Inc. (used cars); B. & T. Construction Co. (general contractor); Sawyer Street Market (market); Jenkins Dance Studio; Champagne Brothers Service Station; Fashion Cleaners; P.J. Woods & Company; Miss Nancy's Beauty Salon; The Tailored Man (formal wear rental & sportswear); A.A.A. Plastering Co. and Royal construction (aluminum siding).
|Access Conditions||Restricted to use in Sutton Room or Research Room.|
|Physical characteristics||Blueprints plans.|
|Title||Historic and Business Map of Peabody|
|Copyrights||All copyrights belong to the Peabody Institute Library, Peabody, MA|
|Collection||Local History Resource Center|
|Pub Date||ca. 1960s|
|Size||23" x 30"|
Peabody (Mass.)--History--Downtown Map