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RRSF-A-Folder Aramingo1 [No title. Plan showing Pennsylvania Railroad property in vicinity of Aramingo Canal. With attached letter from Office of the General Agent, Pennsylvania Railroad Co., July 27, 1894] Not named 1894
Tracing
14 x 17 in.
Bounded by York to Norris Sts., Aramingo Ave. to Richmond St.
Property lines of Pennsylvania Railroad, "present bed of Aramingo Canal'
RRSF-A-Folder Aramingo2 Brief on the Aramingo Canal, formerly Gunner's Run and Canal 1895 ca.
Paper
9 x 14 in.
Aramingo Canal
Brief of title
RRSF-A-Folder Awbury Awbury Arboretum, Twenty-second Ward, Philadelphia. January 1924. Prepared by Harrison, Mertz & Emlen, Engineering & Construction, Franklin Bank Bldg., Philada. Drawing No. 2372 [On reverse: "P-14-51"] Harrison, Mertz & Emlen 1924
Paper, Photostat
17 x 22 in.
Germantown. Awbury Arboretum, bounded roughly by Johnson St., Stenton Ave., Haines St. and Chew St.
Building footprints, roads and drives, property owners, railroad, streams, pond
RRSF-N-Folder Netherfield Netherfield. 38th Ward, Philadelphia. Emlen & Co., exclusive agents Not named 1930 ca.
Paper
11 x 8 in.
Netherfield, near intersection of West School House Lane and Henry Ave.
Real estate advertisement. Building footprints, lots for sale; largest lot marked "SOLD"
RRSF-N-Folder North5th The North Fifth Street Real Estate Company. Office No. 514 Walnut Street [Two-sided, eight-fold brochure. Front and back presented side by side] Not named 1888 ca.
Paper
18 x 24 in.
Bounded by North Pennsylvania Railroad and Bristol St. to 4th St., Lindley Ave. to Fisher's Lane
Real estate advertisement. Plan of building lots with price list; advertising copy promoting the neighborhood; inset map: "Outline map of Philadelphia published by Burk & McFetridge, 306-8 Chestnut St., copyright 1888"
RRSF-P-Folder Parkway1 Map of the Park Boulevard, Philadelphia, showing street crossings and giving a list of properties affected. [Published by the North American May 1892. For similar, see FF-Parkway-08] Not named 1892
Paper
24 x 18 in.
Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Line of Parkway, properties affected, and promotional copy. This line was changed in the final configuration.
RRSF-P-Folder Parkway2 Survey Notice. Notice is hereby given that the Board of Surveyors have fixed upon Monday, May 1, 1893 … for a hearing of all parties interested in the confirmation of the plan of the lines and grades of the Park Boulevard from the City hall to Fairmount Park ... Charles F. Warwick, City Solicitor. Not named 1893
Paper
12 x 8 in.
Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Sample of survey notice posted along the line of the Parkway, to alert property owners affected of the upcoming hearing.
RRSF-P-Folder Parkway3 The Parkway, 1927. Alan Corson, C.E. Chief Engineer to Commissioners of Fairmount Park Corson, Alan 1927
Paper
12 x 21 in.
Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Color coded map showing when and how Parkway property and adjacent park properties were acquired. This may have been an insert in an annual report of the Fairmount Park Art Association.
RRSF-P-Folder Stadium Philadelphia Municipal Stadium. Sheet No. 1 of 7 sheets. [On reverse: "L-36-59". See nine plans named FF-JFK for later, more detailed versions of this plan.] Not named 1936
Blueprint
12 x 16 in.
South Philadelphia. Philadelphia Municipal Stadium (later named J.F.K Stadium)
Seating chart, with table showing total seating. Initialed SSB; probably Samuel S. Baxter. Official City Photograph Negative No. 36621, 10-27-36.
RRSF-R-Folder RandolphBlvd Plan of the proposed Randolph Boulevard from Vine St. to Spring Garden St., Philadelphia. Boulevard … Showing line and grade, profile & sections of character of construction, pictures of type of properties take and their assessed values, estimates of probable cost of construction Not named 1930 ca.
Paper
22 x 34 in.
Randolph St. from Vine St. to Spring Garden St.
Printed poster promoting this project, which was never built. Includes charts, plans, profiles, cross sections and photographs
RRSF-S-Folder Sesqui Sesqui - Transportation Not named 1926
Paper
17 x 10 in.
South Philadelphia. Sesquicentennial Exposition grounds and area. Bounded by Snyder Ave. to Government Ave., 6th St. to 20th St.
Sesquicentennial Exposition building footprints, present and proposed trolley lines leading to grounds
RRSF-S-Folder SouthStBr Property of C.A. Rubicam [Attachments: Petition, jury report and other documents related to the construction of the South Street Bridge, ca. 1871] Not named 1871
Tracing
17 x 28 in.
1 inch = 50 feet
South Philadelphia. At eastern end of South Street Bridge.
Property owners, including C. A. Rubicam, Maule and Bros., and National Fire Brick Works; building footprints, docks
SD2nd-001 Plan showing railroad tracks, buildings, and other structures along the proposed revised line of Delaware Avenue from Wharton St. to Pattison Ave. as described in ordinance authorizing the same approved June 25th 1912. Martin, G. G 1912
56 x 112 in.
South Philadelphia
SD2nd-002 Plan of low water line from Moore Street to Greenwich Point, Philadelphia. Alfred Young. Exhibiting the arbitrary low water line as fixed by the Board of Port Wardens Nov. 12th 1866 under Act of Assembly of May 20th 1864 and ordinance of Councils approved Nov. 12th 1864. Young, Alfred 1866
23 x 54 in.
South Philadelphia. Delaware River front around Oregon Avenue.
SD2nd-003 Plan of McKean St. from 23rd Street to 24th Street, McKean Parkway from 24th and Snyder Ave. to 28th St., and the intersection bounded by northwest line of Point Breeze Ave, east line of 24th St., and the southwest line of McKean Parkway, in the Forty-eighth Ward, Philadelphia. D-17, No. 20 Nobré, John M. 1917
22 x 46 in.
South Philadelphia. Bounded by Snyder Ave. to Mifflin St., 23rd St. to 28th St.
SD2nd-004 Profile of Geary St. from 3rd St. to Broad St., 3rd St. From Geary St. to Packer Ave., Hoyt St. from 4th St. to Broad St., 4th St. from Hoyt St. to Pattison Ave. Gibbs, Joseph C. 1945 ca.
23 x 36 in.
South Philadelphia
SD2nd-005 Jury plan for the opening of 29th Street from Morris to Jackson Street, 36th Ward. D-17, No. 2 Nobré, John M. 1908
34 x 32 in.
South Philadelphia
SD2nd-006 Plan of Moore Street from Twenty-eighth St. to Twenty-ninth St., Thirty-sixth Ward, Philadelphia. Prepared for the use of the Board of View in the matter of the construction of sewer on Moore St. from Twenty-eight St. to Twenty-ninth St. under ordinance approved July 6th 1914. D-17, No. 15 Reeder, William C. 1916
22 x 43 in.
South Philadelphia.
SD2nd-007 Plan of Moore Street from Twenty-ninth St. to Thirtieth St., Thirty-sixth Ward, Philadelphia. Prepared for the use of the Board of View in the matter of the opening thereof under ordinance approved November 4th 1915. D-17, No. 19 Reeder, William C. 1916
22 x 46 in.
South Philadelphia
SD2nd-008 Jury plan for the opening of Delaware Ave. from Vine St. to South St., 5th & 6th Wards, as per ordinance of Councils approved June 23rd, 1893. Confirmed by Board of Surveyors November 19th, 1894. According to ordinance of Councils approved Mar. 18th, 1895 Cranmer, William C. 1894
130 x 30 in.
South Philadelphia
SD4th RP01 Draft of a road situate in Byberry Township Twenty-third Ward City of Philadelphia. Surveyed at the request of the Jury, March 8, 1866. Also the same route resurveyed for a Jury February 12th, 1867. Hall, E. T. 1866
Paper
8 x 20 in.
Byberry Twp., Road Petition.
Property lines, building footprints, Poquessing Creek, "improved land"
SD4th RP02 Plan of a road situate in the Township of Lower Dublin in the City of Philadelphia Foulkrod, John 1816
Paper
11 x 18 in.
Northeast Philadelphia
Road petition, property lines, Pennypack Creek
SD5th 31 Plan of lots of the Reading Terminal Land Association near Logan Station, 22nd Ward, Phila. Walter Brinton, Sur. & Reg. 5th Dist., June 25, 1892. [Attached plan: Plan made for the Reading Terminal Land Ass'n 22nd Ward, Phila. Walter Brinton, Sur. & Reg. 5th Dist., August 23, 1894. 18 x 32] Brinton, Walter 1892
Tracing
42 x 36 in.
Bounded roughly by Broad St., Lindley Ave., 9th St. and Clarkson Ave.
Subdivision plan, with house lots defined
SD5th 31 attachment Plan made for the Reading Terminal Land Ass'n 22nd Ward, Phila. Walter Brinton, Sur. & Reg. 5th Dist., August 23, 1894. Brinton, Walter 1894
Tracing
18 x 32 in.
Bounded roughly by Broad St., Lindley Ave., 9th St. and Clarkson Ave.
Subdivision plan, with house lots defined
SD5th-001 [No title: On reverse: "Joshua Lippincott property. 2nd St., Washington Ave., Clearfield to Westmoreland St."] Not named 1840 ca.
14 x 30 in.
North Philadelphia
SD5th-002 [On reverse: Lot subdivision, Susquehanna Ave. to York St., 22nd St. to 30th St.] Not named 1850 ca.
25 x 50 in.
North Philadelphia
SD5th-003 Plan or property in the Twenty-fifth Ward, City of Philadelphia, belonging to The Cohocksink Land Company Not named 1871
26 x 22 in.
North Philadelphia
SD5th-004 Plan and profile of the survey and regulation of Broad Street from Montgomery Street to Germantown Road in the Twenty-first Ward of the City of Philadelphia made by direction of the Chief Engineer & Surveyor. Siddall, Joseph 1856
17 x 100 in.
Broad Street, North Philadelphia.
SD5th-005 Plan of the Fair Hill Homestead Association, referred to in the Agreements of the purchases of lots, and intended to be forthwith recorded. Chas. Norris, Saml. Norris, Isaac Norris, Trustees of the Fair Hill Estate. Lith'y. of A[ugust] Kollner… Plan of the Fairhill Homestead Association ground in the District of Kensington. It is an elevated, handsome, & eligible site for Residences, being of convenient access to markets, Schools, Churches, & Omnibus, & within two Squares of hydrant water & pavements but a short distance from two public squares, & the Kensington Water-works. Geo. W. Ford, Jos. E. Baker, Jos. F. Burk, Jos. J. Sanders, Saml. Bechtold Jr., Committee. Michael Price, Agent for the Estate. E. O. Jackson, Sec. Kollner, August 1849
21 x 35 in.
North Philadelphia. Bounded by Dauphin St. to Lehigh Ave., Front St. to 2nd St.
SD5th-006 Plan of lots of the Bridesburg Land Company situate in the Borough of Bridesburg, in the County of Philadelphia. Late the estate of Sergeant Dec'd. Surveyed and laid out as above delineated Sept. 1853 by John Foulkrod Survr. [Text on reverse: "Bridesburg, Buckius to Lefevre"] Foulkrod, John 1853
25 x 37 in.
Bridesburg. Bounded by Point Rd. to Frankford Creek, Buckius St. to Lefevre St.
SD5th-007 Plan of lots situate in the Borough of Frankford in the County of Philadelphia. The property of Charles Murphy. Surveyed as above and delineated Nov. 1849 by John Foulkrod Survr. Foulkrod, John 1849
29 x 25 in.
Frankford. Bounded by Willow St. to Little Tacony Creek, Wakeling St. to Foulkrod St.
SD5th-008 Topographical survey of the Cambria Reservoir site, Thirty-Eighth Ward, Philadelphia Pa. H. M. Fuller, Sur. & Reg. 13th Dist., March 21, 1901 Fuller, H. M. 1901
46 x 32 in.
North Philadelphia. Bounded by Lehigh Ave. to Clearfield St., 27th St. to 31st St.
SD5th-009 Plan of the Sixth Section of the survey of Penn Township Not named 1841
30 x 47 in.
North Philadelphia. Bounded by 26th St., Allegheny Avenue and the Schuylkill River to "44th Street", and the boundaries of Roxborough and Germantown townships.
SD5th-011 Plan of lots surveyed for the Hamilton Disston et. Al., Twenty-third Ward, Philadelphia. G. S. Webster, Surveyor and Regulator 10th Dist, July 18th 1887. Webster, George S. 1887
22 x 41 in.
North Philadelphia. Bounded by Dark Run Lane to Bridge St., Cottage St. to Jackson St.
SD5th-012 Plan of the proposed Frankford Park, Twenty-third Ward, Philadelphia. Geo. S. Webster, Surveyor and Regulator 10th Dist., March 17th, 1888. Webster, George S. 1888
26 x 30 in.
Frankford. About 9 acres at the corner of Arrot St. and Castor Rd. This became Northwood Park (see SD5th-013, -014, and -015)
SD5th-013 Plan of Northwood Park, Twenty-third Ward, Philada. John H. Webster, Jr., Surveyor and Regulator 10th District, June 15, 1895. Webster, John H., Jr. 1895
23 x 30 in.
Frankford. Park roughly at corner of Arrot St. and Castor Rd. (See SD5th-012, -014, and -015)
SD5th-014 Plan of Northwood Park, Twenty-third Ward, Phila. J. H. Webster, Jr., Surveyor & Regulator 10th District, June 19, 1908. Webster, John H., Jr. 1908
28 x 30 in.
Frankford. Park roughly at corner of Arrot St. and Castor Rd. (See SD5th-012, -013, and -015)
SD5th-015 Topographical plan showing location of trees, one-foot contours, etc., of a portion of Northwood Park, Twenty-third Ward, Phila. J. H. Webster, Jr., Sur. & Reg. 10th Dist., June 12, 1901. Webster, John H., Jr. 1901
33 x 32 in.
Frankford. Park roughly at corner of Arrot St. and Castor Rd. (See SD5th-012, -013, and -015)
SD5th-016 Plan of lots surveyed for the North Frankford Land Company, Thirty-fifth Ward, Philadelphia Webster, John H., Jr. 1896
35 x 23 in.
Frankford. Bounded roughly by Frankford Ave. to Walker St., Robbins St. to Devereaux St.
SD5th-017 Plan of lots surveyed for the North Frankford Land Company, Thirty-fifth Ward, Philadelphia Webster, John H., Jr. 1897
30 x 23 in.
Frankford. Bounded roughly by Frankford Ave. to Brous St., Hellerman St. to Devereaux St.
SD5th-018 Plan for use of the Highway Committee of Councils, 25th and 35th Wards, Phila. Webster, John H., Jr. 1904
35 x 36 in.
Frankford. Bounded roughly by Frankford Ave., Oxford Ave., Castor Ave., and Devereaux St.
SD5th-019 Plan of the Est. of Mathias Baldwin Dec[eased]. 23rd Ward. Not named 1870 ca.
44 x 34 in.
Wissinoming, Plan bounded roughly by Hegerman St. to the Delaware River, Wissinoming Creek to Vankirk St.
SD5th-020 Plan of second allotment of lots belonging to The Baldwin Homestead Association of Wissinoming, Twenty-third Ward, Philadelphia. Webster, George S. 1888
38 x 25 in.
Wissinoming. Bounded by Wissinoming Creek to Dark Run Lane, State Rd. to Delaware Ave.
SD5th-022 Plan of lots belonging to The Baldwin Homestead Association of Wissinoming, Twenty-third Ward, Philadelphia. Not named 1888 ca.
27 x 20 in.
Wissinoming. Bounded by Wissinoming Creek to Dark Run Lane, Hegerman St. to State Rd.
SD5th-023 Plan of the change of grade of Orthodox Street from Torresdale Ave. Tacony St., Twenty-third Ward, Philada. Webster, John H., Jr. 1894
30 x 30 in.
Frankford
SD5th-024 [No title. On reverse: "Church St. from Torresdale to Melrose." Probably plan for grade crossing elimination at this location.] Smedley, Samuel L., possibly 1885 ca.
25 x 30 in.
Frankford
SD5th-025 Copy of a portion of plans 270-278. Forty-first Ward, Phila. Not named
40 x 30 in.
Northeast Philadelphia. Bounded by Frankford Ave. to Torresdale Ave., Devereaux St. to Magee St.
SD5th-026 Plan of property surveyed for John Overington in the Thirty-fifth Ward, Philadelphia. Webster, John H., Jr. 1893
29 x 40 in.
Northeast Philadelphia. Bounded roughly by Magee St. to Levick St., Bustleton and Somerton Turnpike to Battersby St.
SD5th-027 Plan of property surveyed for James G. Gillinder, Twenty-third Ward, Philadelphia. Not named 1886
27 x 41 in.
Northeast Philadelphia. Bounded by Hellerman St. to Walker St., Robbins St. to State Rd.
SD5th-028 Plan of lots surveyed for the Marburg Land Asso., Twenty-third Ward, Philadelphia. E. W. Smith & Co., Map Publisher, 20 So. Sixth St., Philada. Webster, George S. 1887
27 x 24 in.
Northeast Philadelphia. Bounded by Kensington and Oxford Turnpike to Lawndale St., Comly St. to Devereaux St.