Recent Submissions

  • Plan of the U.S. Navy Yard, Boston, Mass. Showing It's Present Condition, June 10, 1883

    United States Bureau of Yards and Docks; Mackay. Del. (1883-01-01)
    Depths shown by soundings. Includes legend and index.
  • Plan of the City of Boston

    Boynton, George W. (1843-01-01)
    Map of the city of Boston showing major public buildings, theaters, temples, museums, churches and hotels. Shows boundaries of Wards 1-10 and 11 (incomplete); Ward 12 (South Boston) not shown. Relief shown by hachures. Prime meridian: London and Washington. Illustration in lower left corner. District Court of Massachusetts." Includes "Reference" (index) to 21 numbered public buildings, markets, theaters, hotels, and printer's place of business (Dickinson's Printing Establishment & Type & Stereotype Foundry, 52 Washington Street). "The Boston Almanac for the year 1843." vol. 1 no.8. "Published by Thomas Groom & Co, Stationers' Hall, 82 State Street, Boston, Mass."
  • [Plan of Boundary Lines in Roxbury and the City of Boston.]

    Fuller, Stephen P.; Board of Harbor and Land Commissioners of Massacusetts (1852-01-01)
    Oriented with north toward the upper right. Shows the boundary line between the City of Boston and the Town of Roxbury, and the line between the Boston and Roxbury Mill Corporation and the City of Boston and others. "S.P. Fuller, surveyor, Boston, Oct. 20th 1832. Copied by A. Hale, February 13th 1849." "Boston, March 11th 1852." "Simon Greenleaf, Joel Giles, Ezra Lincoln, Commissrs."
  • City of Boston

    Carleton, Osgood; Geo. H. Walker & Co. (1901-01-01)
    Reproduction in 1901 of map by Osgood Carleton supposed to have been made in 1803. The original plan was plotted on a scale of 5 rods to an inch. Plan of streets from Lynn Street in East Boston in the north to Bridge and Orange Streets in the south andf from Charles Street in the west to Long Wharf and Batterymarch Street in the east. 1 maps : col. ; 101 x 58 cm.
  • Boston Harbor

    Walker Lith. and Publishing Co. (2013-08-08)
    Bird's-eye view showing Dominion docks and means of approach from the principal stations, hotels, elevated and surface lines. Shows steamer routes to Nahant, Winthrop, East Boston, Nantasket Beach and Hull.
  • Plan of the City of Boston

    Boynton, George W. (1842-01-01)
    Map of the city of Boston showing major public buildings, theaters, temples, museums, churches and hotels. Shows boundaries of Wards 1-10 and 11 (incomplete); Ward 12 (South Boston) not shown. Relief shown by hachures. Prime meridian: London and Washington. Reference in lower left corner. "Entered according to the Act of Congress ... in the year 1842 by S.N. Dickinson ... District Court of Massachusetts." Includes "Reference" (index) to 21 numbered public buildings, markets, theaters, hotels, and printer's place of business (Dickinson's Printing Establishment & Type & Stereotype Foundry, 52 Washington Street). "The Boston Almanac for the year 1842" vol. 1 no.7. "Published by Thomas Groom & Co, Stationers' Hall, 82 State Street, Boston, Mass."
  • Plan of South Boston Flats Showing Present Condition and Sketch of Proposed Docks and Streets to Accompany Annual Report of Harbor and Land Commissioners

    Hodgdon, Frank; Harbor and Land Commissioners (1910-01-01)
    Soundings are in feet and show depths below mean water. Inset cross section drawings of Commonwealth Pier, Pier 6 South Boston Flats, and sea wall, Nothern Avenue, South Boston. Shows wharves, piers, and location of railroad, businesses, street names, and points of interest. Scale 1: 436. 1 map : col. ; 45 x 90 cm. on sheet 47 x 93 cm.
  • Map of Boston, for 1875.

    Sampson, Davenport & Co.; J.B. Beers & Co.; J.H. Bufford's Lith. (1875-01-01)
    Map of Boston, Massachusetts, showing election districts, wards, and population. 1 map : col. ; 81 x 67 cm. "Published expressly for the Middlesex County Atlas."
  • Map of the City of Boston

    Sampson & Murdock Co. (1920-01-01)
    "Published for the Boston directory." Oriented with north slightly towards the upper left corner. "Ward bounds shown in red." Includes insets of Breeds Island and of Readville. 1 map : col. ; 88 x 77 cm., on sheet 89 x 80 cm.
  • Plan of Boston, Prepared Under the Direction of Otis Clapp (Alderman), William W. Clapp, Jr., Justin Jones (Councilmen), Committee on Printing of 1860.

    Slade, James; Wightman, H.M.; Swett, C.A.; Boston (Mass.) Engineering Department (1861-01-01)
    Shows political wards. Submaps: 1. Plan of South Boston. 2. Plan of East Boston. 1 map ; 69 x 95 cm on sheet 76 x 105 cm
  • Plan of Boston Proper Showing Changes in Street and Wharf Lines 1795 to 1895

    Perkins, Charles C.; Geo. H. Walker & Co. (1895-01-01)
    Plan of Boston proper : showing changes in street and wharf lines, 1795 to 1895. 1 map : col. ; 53 x 92 cm.
  • Colton's Map of Boston and Adjacent Cities.

    J.H. Colton & Co. (1855-01-01)
    Shows wards, major public buildings, etc. "Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1855, by J.H. Colton & Co. ..." Boston (Mass.) -- Maps, Boston Metropolitan Area (Mass.) -- Maps, Boston, Roxbury, Dorchester, Dorchester Bay, Brookline, Muddy River, South Boston Bay, South Boston, Washington Village, Boston Harbor, Charles River, East Boston, Charlestown, Cambridge, Cambridgeport, East Cambridge, Somerville, Millers River, Mill Pond, Tufts' Mill Pond, Wet Basin, Mystic River, Chelsea, Chelsea Creek, boston, massachusetts.
  • Plan of Boston

    Mitchell, S. Augustus (1890-01-01)
    Ancillary map: Map of the country around Boston showing also its harbor & islands. Boston (Mass.) --Maps, Boston, Brookline, Charles River, Charlestown, Public Garden, Boston Common, East Boston, Boston Harbor, South Bay, Dorchester, South Boston, Washington Village, Middlesex, Essex, Norfolk, Nahant Bay, Lynn Harbor, Lynn, Saugus, Melrose, Malden, Malden Centre, Medford, Plymouth, Hingham, Quincy, Milton, Jamaica Plains, Roxbury, Brighton, Cambridge, Somerville, Snake Island, Governor's Island, Fort Winthrop, Castle Island, Deer Island, Green Island, Calf Island, Fort Warren, Lovell's Island, Fort Independence, Gallop's Island, George's Island, Rainsford's Island, Nantasket, Thompson's Island, Moon Island, Pedock's Island, Pumpkin Island, Sheaf Island, Grape Island, boston, massachusetts.
  • A New & Complete Map of the City of Boston, with part of Charlestown, Cambridge, Brookline, Dorchester &c.

    Dutton, E.P. (1868-01-01)
    Relief shown by hachures. "Published at the Boston Map Store." In lower margin: Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1867 by E.P. Dutton & Co. in the Clerks Office of the District Court for the District of Massachusetts. Oriented with north toward the lower right.
  • Map of Boston and the Country Adjacent, from Actual Surveys

    Walling, Henry Francis (1872-01-01)
    Relief shown by hachures. Shows buildings, schools, roads, aqueduct, mills, quarries, radial distances from State House, counties, towns, etc. Prime meridian: Boston. 1 map : hand col. ; 102 x 77 cm.
  • Boston Water Works: Water-sheds of the Sudbury and Cochituate Supplies

    Hopson, Ernest G.; Boston Water Works (1894-01-01)
    Shows the area from Natick to Westborough and from Hudson to Holliston, Mass. Outlines the Sudbury Divide and the Cochituate Divide. "The portions of this map printed in red relate to works proposed by the State Board of Health for the water supply of the Metropolitan District. Figures show elevations of full reservoirs and of bottoms of aqueducts in feet above Boston Water Works base." Watersheds -- Massachusetts -- Maps, Water Supply -- Massachusetts -- Maps, Sudbury River Watershed (Mass.) -- Maps, Boston, Sudbury, Cochituate, Winthrop Pond, Holliston, Long Hill, Hayden Row, Hopkinton, Ashland, Waushakum Pond, Bear Hill, Sudbury Divide, New York & New England Railroad, Woodville, White Hall Pond, Westborough Water Supply, Fays Mountain, Westborough, Cedar Swamp, Southville, Cordaville, Sudbury River, Fayville, Oak Hill, Wild Cat Hill, Boston & Albany Railroad, Magunco Hill, Farm Pond, Course Brook, Ashland, Sherborn, Sudbury Aqueduct, Framingham, Learned Pond, Cleasons Pond, Dug Pond, State Muster Ground, Toms Hill, Lake Cochituate, Felchville, Saxonville, Nobscot, Dudley Pond, None Such Pond, Snake Brook, Pine Hill, Gibbs Mountain, Nobscot Hill, Williams Pond, Marlborough, Wolfpen Hill, Little Chauncey Pond, Chauncey Pond, Bartlett Pond, Northborough, Assabet River, Solomon Pond, South Berlin, Berlin, Cates Pond, Fitchburg Railroad, Fort Meadow Reservoir, Hudson, Spoon Hill, Heird's Pond, Pickerel Pond, Natick, boston, massachusetts.
  • New Map of Boston: Comprising the Whole City with the New Boundaries of the Wards

    Boynton, George W.; John P. Jewett and Company (Boston, Mass.) (1855-01-01)
    "Engraved expressly for the Boston Almanac for 1855." From: Boston almanac for the year ..., 1855. Inset: Plan of East Boston on a reduced scale. Includes "reference" to places of interest.
  • Boston and Adjacent Cities

    O.W. Gray & Son (1884-01-01)
    Possibly from O.W. Gray & Son's The national atlas ... Philadelphia: O.W. Gray & son, 1884.
  • Plan of Boston: Comprising a Part of Charlestown and Cambridge

    Smith, George Girdler (1855-01-01)
    Relief shown by hachures. Shows wards, major buildings, etc. Insets: Plan of South Boston from a drawing by S.P. Fuller -- Plan of East Boston from an actual survey by R.H. Eddy. 1 map : hand col. ; 54 x 53 cm.
  • Map of Boston, 1875, After the Latest Surveys, with All the Improvements in Progress. A Complete Guide to Strangers.

    L. Prang & Co. (1875-01-01)
    Oriented with north toward the upper right. Includes index "Directory to streets, hotels, public buildings, places of amusement, etc."

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