• Harbour of Annis Squam in Ipswich Bay.

      Blunt, E.M. (1822-01-01)
      Engraved for the 10th edition of Blunt's American Coast Pilot.
    • Map of the Town of Danvers Massachusetts

      McIntyre, H.; Friend & Aub, Lith; Wagner & McGuigan (1852-01-01)
      Seven views of landmarks surrround map.: Naumkeag House, North Danvers -- Moses Black Jr. & Co. Wood and Coal Yard, Danversport. -- Danvers Alms House, South Danvers. -- Third Congregational Church, Danvers Plains. -- H.B. Ward's residence, Elm Street, South Danvers. -- C. Thompson's residence, Washington St. South Danvers. -- View on Washington Street, South Danvers.
    • City of Newburyport

      Walling, Henry Francis; Gray, Ormando Willis (1871-01-01)
      Shows residences and landownership. Includes ward demarcations. Oriented with north towards right. From Official Topographic Atlas of Massachusetts. Philadelphia: Stedman, Brown, and Lyon, 1871, p.82.
    • Essex County

      Walling & Gray (1871-01-01)
      Relief shown by hachures. Shows towns, settlements, school houses, churches, roads, railroads, marshes, etc. Titles from place name printed on county map. Plate taken from: Walling, Henry Francis, 1825-1888. Official Topographical Atlas of Massachusetts, Philadelphia, Penn. : Stedman, Brown & Lyon, 1871.
    • City of Haverhill

      Walling, Henry Francis; Gray, Ormando Willis (1871-01-01)
      Shows wards, streets, railroads, major buildings, bridges, commons, cemeteries, etc. From Official Topographical Atlas of Massachusetts. Philadelphia: Stedman, Brown & Lyon, 1871, p.81
    • The City of Lawrence Mass. South Side

      D.G. Beers & Co. (1872-01-01)
      Relief shown by hachures. Includes partial "Lawrence subscribers business directory." Taken from: D.G. Beers Atlas of Essex County, Massachusetts: p. 48-49. Shows landforms, drainage, streets, railroads, building units, businesses and other landmarks. A partial business directory is included. Includes most of Ward 6.
    • Essex

      D.G. Beers & Co. (1872-01-01)
      From an untitled atlas published: Philadelphia: D.G. Beers & Co., 1872 (p.7). Shows residences and landownership. Includes Essex subscribers business directory. Inset map of Riverdale, Mass. Scale 30 rods to the inch.
    • Gloucester

      D.G. Beers & Co. (1872-01-01)
      Relief shown by hachures. From an untitled atlas. p.80-81. Shows residences and landownership. Includes Gloucester business directory. Oriented with north towards top.
    • Rockport

      D.G. Beers & Co. (1872-01-01)
      Taken from: D.G. Beers Atlas of Essex County, Massachusetts, p. 89.
    • Amesbury

      D.G. Beers & Co. (1872-01-01)
      Shows residences and landownership. Includes inset of South Amesbury and South Amesbury business directory. Map of South Amesbury in scale 2.5 rods to the inch.
    • Manchester

      D.G. Beers & Co. (1872-01-01)
      Shows residences and landownership. Includes subscribers business directory. Oriented with north towards right. Taken from D.G. Beers. Atlas of Essex County, Massachusetts, p.93. 1 map : col. ; 29 x 36 cm. on sheet 35 x 42 cm.
    • Swampscott

      D.G. Beers & Co. (1872-01-01)
      Shows residences and landownership. Includes subscribers business directory. Oriented with north towards right. Taken from D.G. Beers. Atlas of Essex County, Massachusetts, p.127. Includes Smith Farm, Marblehead; Needham's Cor., and part of Peabody.
    • Peabody

      D.G. Beers & Co. (1872-01-01)
      Shows businesses, residences and landownership. Includes Peabody subscribers business directory. Part of town map extension in inset box. Taken from an Atlas of Essex County, Massachusetts by D.G. Beers Co., Philadelphia, Penn., 1872, p. 114-115.
    • Map of the City of Lynn Mass.

      D.G. Beers & Co. (1872-01-01)
      Relief shown by hachures. Oriented with north toward the upper right. Includes inset of Wyoma Village.
    • West Amesbury; East Salisbury

      D.G. Beers & Co. (1872-01-01)
      Taken from: D.G. Beers Atlas of Essex County, Massachusetts, p. 15. Includes map of East Salisbury (10 x9 cm.; scale 30 rods to the inch (1:594).
    • Danvers

      D.G. Beers & Co. (1872-01-01)
      Oriented with north toward right. Shows residences or landownership. Includes inset of Danvers (The Plains) Danvers Center, Danversport, and Danvers subscribers business directory. Taken from D.G. Beers Atlas of Essex County, Massachusetts, p. 104-105. 1 map ; 61 x 37 cm. on sheet 66 x 40 cm.
    • Essex

      D.G. Beers & Co. (1872-01-01)
      From Atlas of Essex County, Massachusetts: from actual survey and official records: Philadelphia: D.G. Beers & Co., 1872 (p.75). Shows residences and landownership.
    • Nahant

      D.G. Beers & Co. (1872-01-01)
      Shows residences and landownership. One map in scale of 100 rods per inch shows the entire island of Nahant from the Lynn line; the second shows downtown Nahant in scale 40 rods per inch. Taken from Atlas of Essex County, Massachusetts, by D.G. Beers Co., Philadelphia, Penn., 1872. p.129.
    • Swampscott

      D.G. Beers & Co. (1872-01-01)
      Shows residences and landownership. Includes subscribers business directory. Oriented with north towards right. Taken from D.G. Beers. Atlas of Essex County, Massachusetts, p.127. 1 map : col. ; 29 x 36 cm. on sheet 35 x 42 cm.
    • Wenham

      D.G. Beers & Co. (1872-01-01)
      Shows residences and landownership. Includes Wenham subscribers business directory. Three maps. One of Wenham, Mass. (2.5 in./mile); one of Wenham, Mass. business district (30 rods./inch.) ; one of Cove Village. (30 rods/inch). Taken from D.G. Beers. Atlas of Essex County, Massachusetts, p.127.