American Woolen Company, et al, "Washington Mills," Lawrence, Mass. [insurance map]


American Woolen Company, et al, "Washington Mills," Lawrence, Mass. [insurance map]

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Title:
American Woolen Company, et al, "Washington Mills," Lawrence, Mass. [insurance map]
Description:
Associated Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Companies. American Woolen Company, et al, "Washington Mills," Lawrence, Mass. Boston, Mass.: Associated Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Companies, 1947. Surveyed April 8, 1947. Surveyed by C. D. Illyes; drawn by G. C. Smith; traced by M. E. Appleford. 1 sheet. Includes plan of buildings (with dimensions), elevation views of individual buildings (with functions of building floors and rooms), and surroundings. including commercial buildings and apartments. Also includes brief description of property, power, occupancy (warehouse), and existing water sources and fire protection resources. Includes side sketch showing valve arrangement in Jackson St. Warehouse (not to scale). Lacks isometric view of buildings. Pencilled in upper right corner: "cancelled 9-23-59." Serial number 33734, partly replaces 28298. Index number 9233. Scale 1:720, 1 in. = 60 ft. 68 x 53 cm. (OCLC)
Author:
Associated Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Companies
Date:
1947
Format:
Maps/Atlases
Genre:
Fire insurance maps
Location:
American Textile History Museum
Collection (local):
Osborne Library
Subjects:
Textile factories
Fire risk assessment
Insurance surveys
American Woolen Company
Washington Mills (Lawrence, Mass.)
Places:
MassachusettsEssex (county)Lawrence
Extent:
1 sheet : map ; 53 x 68 cm
Terms of Use:
Rights status not evaluated.
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Place of origin:
Boston, Mass.
Language:
English
Notes:
The Washington Mills had been a wool and cotton mill, but by 1939 it was idle except for a small bag and burlap department, and by 1947 was being used as a warehouse.
Notes (ownership):
The American Textile History Museum closed in 2016. This item has been transferred to the Osher Map Library at the University of Southern Maine.
Notes (object):
Condition: Good - some pieces pasted on; small hole in upper right edge; all four edges reinforced with tape
Accession #:
0000.1506.72