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2005.124.42 -

Budget of the City of Peabody for the 1983-1984 fiscal year

2003.304.1 -

Massachusetts Bay Tercentenary 1630-1930 Peabody's Celebration. Along with history of Peabody

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2003.360.1 -

Map shows plan for Newcastle Rd. which parallels Gardner Street and is perpendicular to Abington Ave, Roycroft Rd. and Clarendon Rd. These are shown between Crest Ave. and Margin Street. The Clarendon Road on the map is present day Nelson Road. Crest Ave. is present day Walsh Ave. Lot numbers are shown on the map, but they do not correspond to anything within the collection. Frank Emerson, city engineer, conducted the survey in March of 1918 and the map was traced in April of 1929 by George A. Barnaby Plan No. 195

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2003.360.2 -

Plan shows plan for Evans Road, Lenox Road and Randolph Road, which is present day Nickerson Road, located between Margin Street and Abington Ave. The map shows lot numbers, but there is nothing in the collection that corresponds with these numbers. It is possible that these lots were to be sold. Frank Emerson, city engineer, did the survey in March of 1918 and the map was traced in April of 1929 by George A. Barnaby. Plan No. 196

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2003.361.1 - 2003.361

Plan shows sewer line going under Goldthwaite Brook and tracks of the Boston & Maine Railroad beside Naumkeag Steam Cotton Co. Map also shows the sewer intercepting piping leading to and from the plant. Naumkeag Steam Cotton Company on map owned the Danvers Bleachery and Dye Company, located at the junction of Foster and Washington Streets. It was bought by Grant Walker, owner of the Pequot Mills in Salem in 1909. It is these buildings that are represented on the plan. Frank Emerson, city engineer, did the survey in December of 1916 and the map was traced by George A. Barnaby in December of 1928. Plan No. 197

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2003.362.1 - 2003.362

Plan shows proposed widening of Tremont Street and land and property to be taken by city. Property owned by people on plan do not appear in street directories for those years, but they are shown on the map and include: Prescott Cemetary; Eliza P. Osborne; Susan l. Ferguson and Elizabeth h. Cockburn. Frank Emerson, city engineer, did the survey in May of 1918 and the map was traced by George A. Barnaby in April of 1929. Plan No. 198

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2003.363.1.A -

Plan shows proposed alterations to second floor of City Hall in 1916. The restrooms were to have composition floors using existing doors and frames for new openings. The case around all the pipes where necessary. The new work is in yellow the old work or removed items are dotted. There is also a symbol for the new electrical outlets. It is unclear of the location of the original plans, but this play was done by John Mathew Gray who was an architect in Salem, MA and the plans were done in 1916. This map, which is a copy was traced by George A. Barnaby in May of 1929. Plan No. 212 Sheet No. 1

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2003.363.1.B -

Plan shows proposed alterations to second floor of City Hall in 1916. The restrooms were to have composition floors using existing doors and frames for new openings. The case around all the pipes where necessary. The new work is in yellow the old work or removed items are dotted. There is also a symbol for the new electrical outlets. It is unclear of the location of the original plans, but this play was done by John Mathew Gray who was an architect in Salem, MA and the plans were done in 1916. This map, which is a copy was traced by George A. Barnaby in May of 1929. Plan No. 212 Sheet No. 2

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2003.364.1 -

Plan shows proposed Fire Limits in and around Peabody Square. East to west, from Wallis Street to Sawyer Street and south to north, from Summer Street to Hardy Street. The tracks for the Boston & Maine Railroad (South Reading Branch) are also shown on the map and run through the square. The Main Boston & Maine Railroad runs throuigh two streets one of which is Wallis Street. It is unknow who did the the survey, but the plan was adopted on April 10, 1916. The map was then traced by George A. Barnaby in May of 1929

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2003.364.2 -

Plan shows proposed Fire Limits in and around Peabody Square. East to west, from Wallis Street to Sawyer Street and south to north, from Summer Street to Hardy Street. The tracks for the Boston & Maine Railroad (South Reading Branch) are also shown on the map and run through the square. The Main Boston & Maine Railroad runs throuigh two streets one of which is Wallis Street. It is unknow who did the the survey, but the plan was adopted on April 10, 1916. The map was then traced by George A. Barnaby in May of 1929. Plan No. 213

2004.268.14.A -

One photographic album documenting the preparations for the 1976 Bicentennial celebration. Volume 1 covers the years 1975-1976. Photo album was done by Ray Wallman who owned Photo Graphic Associates of Peabody.

2004.268.14.B -

One photographic album documenting the preparations, events and parade for the 1976 Bicentennial celebration. Volume 1 covers the years 1975-1976. Photo album was done by Century Studios.

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2005.124.38 -

Yearly Financial Reports for the City of Peabody for the years 1921-1922.

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2005.124.39 -

Budget of the City for the fiscal year of 1971.

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2005.124.100 -

This folder has Personnel of Exemption Board #26. Listing of members of Local Board, Appeal Agents, Legal Advisory board, and clerks for Exemption Board during WWI. Names on the list: Hon. James F. Ingraham, Jr. Hon. William H. Fay Charles F. Deering M.D. Frederick W. Baldwin, M.D. Arthur W. Smith Horace P. Farhham, Esq. Hon. George B. Sears Hon. S. Howard Donnell A. Preseton Chase, Esq. Ethel K. Kelley Margaret Ellis Anna L. Cummings Ruth P. Bagley Louise R. Ellis Julia E. Mahoney

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Budget of the City of Peabody for 1973-1974 submitted by Mayor Nichalos Mavroules and presented on February 13, 1973