Printed Courtesy of Norman B. Leventhal Map Center, Boston Public Library. As early as the 1820s American artists turned to drawing urban lithographs to supplement their incomes. They were of interest as useful tools for research in the history of architecture, city planning, transportation, urban geography, etc.
We have seven available:
#1: Centreville; #2: Clyde, Riverpoint & Arctic; #3: Crompton; #4: Harris, Phenix & Lippitt; #5: Hope, Jackson, Fiskville & Arkwright; #6: Natick; #7: Pontiac
Packaged in a tube. Average size 20” x 25”