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Title Wissahickon Valley Properties Contiguous to Fairmount Park 1895.
Object ID 2005.2.29
Object Name Map
Scope & Content Names of 1895 Property Owners from Northwestern Ave (or County Line Road) to The Schuylkill River; Wissahickon Valley showing properties contiguous to Fairmount Park
Includes parts of Sugar Loaf, now part of Chestnut Hill College's Sugarloaf campus.
Date on map "Approved 1895" Russell Mayer, Chief Engineer & Superintendent. Scale 1" = 400'. Dimensions: 28.75 x 76.5"
Appears to be two pages from books adhered together to form one map, rolled.
Mentioned on map: Northwestern Ave (or County Line Road) to The Schuylkill River
Names that appear on map:
Convent of Sisters of St. JosephClement H. Williams
Elizabeth ThompsonElizabeth J. Lowlers
Henry H. Houston Chancellor C. English
George B. BommellMargargee Estate
Thomas Livezy Thomas Livezy Jr.
John Livezy Benjamin Hooley
Ignatius Lutz W. G. Kitchen
L. Theodore Salaignac Charles Lippen
Frank G. Ford Georges Estate
John Laelin Poor of Roxborough
John C. Scott John Dobson
Mary Corman Charles T. Jones Jr.
Eloise Jones John C. Wilson
Mary L. Nicolas Mary P. Neusette
James Doak Jr. Jack Good
Adel Jones John Mauder
Albanus A. Harner William Johnston
Joseph W. Prowaltain Henry Root Sr.,
George Root, Henry Root Jr.
Barbara Tresch Redwood F. Warner
Helen M. Kimball Fannie Welsh
John Wagner Fred J. Miley
Alice W. Strawbridge Anna M. Smith
Samuel Welsh Jr. Roberts & Kidd
Dallas SandersL. Mayer
Issac R. HenborneNicolas Henborne
John Pabst Thomas Given
Justice StrawbridgeEleanor Reilly
Joseph S. LeveringEdward T. Steel
James B. Kinley Anna B. Allson
Letitia H. Harrison Caleb J. Milner
William Craven
Condition: good
Date 1895
People Ford, Frank G
Mayer, Russell
Thompson, Charles Trotter
Thompson, Elizabeth
Condition Good
No. of Sheets 2
Year Range from 1890
Year Range to 1900
Dates of Creation Approved 1895