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Identifer Preview Title Surveyor Date Media / Size / Scale Area / Map Features
091-u HP Diagram of the roads in the lower end of the Roxborough Township. The dotted road along the Wissahickon Creek is the one which is the subject of the remonstrance. Scale of twenty poles to the inch. Not named 1845
Paper
20 x 27 in.
1 inch = 20 poles
Roxborough Township. Bounded by Wissahickon Ave. to Ridge Ave., Lincoln Drive to Kitchen's Lane
Wissahickon, Paper Mill Run (Monoshone Creek), six bridges, mills, dwellings
091-v HP [No title. Prince St. [E. Girard Avenue], from Frankford Road to Hanover Street.] Not named 1816 ca.
paper
10 x 53 in.
Prince St. [E. Girard Ave.], from Frankford Rd. to Hanover St.
Tinted building footprints, property owners, building types, e.g. "house," shop, stable, frame.
091-w HP Plan shewing the direction of the Second Street Road if continued straight together with the Roads connected therewith. Foulkrod, John 1833
Paper
10 x 42 in.
Old Second Street, between Mascher and Calvert Sts.
Olney Road, Cayuga St., Wingohocking Creek, Thomas's Run, schoolhouse, Grubbtown Rd., "to Fox Chase," building footprints, creeks, property owners, building in right-of-way, bridge
091-x HP Report of Viewers to widen Broad [in] Moyamensing. Plan of Broad Street continued through Moyamensing and part of Passyunk Township of the same width as it is in the City chewing [sic: shewing] the adjacent lands through which it passes and the quantity of ground it takes off each owners front. [June 6, 1835] Rickey, Randall H. 1835
Paper
9 x 53 in.
Broad Street. From Washington Ave. to Passyunk Ave.
Property owners, color coding of widening, dollars for damages, one building footprint
091-y HP Eleventh Street, Poplar Street to old Master Fox, Joseph 1841
Mounted
28 x 8 in.
11th Street, from Poplar to Master Sts.
Property lines and ownership; attachment extending map
091-z HP Plan of Poplar Street from the Ridge Road to the Pennsylvania Rail Road Fox, Joseph 1833
Paper
13 x 24 in.
Poplar St., between Broad and 18th Sts.
Property ownership
092-01 HP Myrtle Street extension, West Philadelphia. Smedley, Samuel L., possibly 1870 ca.
Mounted
26 x 33 in.
West Philadelphia, Myrtle St. between Lancaster Ave. and the Pennsylvania Railroad.
Very limited delineation, plan seems unfinished
092-w HP Plan of Rittenhouse Square. Not named 1840 ca.
Paper
36 x 41 in.
Philadelphia. Rittenhouse Square
Delineates walkways on the perimeter, probably from when they were first constructed.
092-x HP [Handwritten title on reverse: "Streets near Manaiunk [Schuylkill] Bridge" Not named 1805 ca.
Paper
23 x 23 in.
Philadelphia. Chestnut to Filbert Sts., Manaiunk (Schuylkill) Front St. (now 22nd St.) to "Maniaunk or Schuylkill" River
Bason (Basin) of the Schuylkill Pumping Station at the foot of Chestnut Street; this drew water from the Schuylkill and delivered it to a second pumping station at Centre Square
092-y HP [Title on reverse: "Iron railings Public Squares Old City." Railings in Penn, or Centre Square] Not named 1852
Paper
Philadelphia, Penn (or Centre) Square
Walkways and railings in Penn (Centre) Square
092-y HP reverse [Title on reverse: "Iron railings Public Squares Old City." Cartway entrances into Penn, or Centre Square] Not named 1852
Paper
Philadelphia, Penn (or Centre) Square
Cartway entrances to Penn (Centre) Square
092-z HP [No title. Part of original city of Philadelphia. May be an early draft of 006-01_HP] Howell, Reading, probably 1809 ca.
Paper
42 x 28 in.
Philadelphia. 22nd St. (Schuylkill Front St.) to 4th St., South (Cedar) St. to Vine St.
Streams penciled in, curb elevations
092-z HP reverse [No title. Draft plan of city. Note reads: "Old plan of the city of little value." ] Not named 1800 ca.
Paper
Philadelphia
Sewers, drainage areas
094-x HP [No title. Turntable, engine house and workshop of Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore Railroad, West Philadelphia] Not named 1860 ca.
Paper
17 x 45 in.
West Philadelphia, Railroad. Turn-table of the Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore, West Philadelphia side of the Gray's Ferry Bridge.
Turntable, engine house, and workshop
094-y HP [No title. Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore Railroad through property of James Bartram and M. Newkirk. On reverse: "James Bartram No. 1"] Not named 1855 ca.
Paper
18 x 17 in.
West Philadelphia. Railroad near Gray's Ferry.
Railroad, engine house, property lines and owners, roads
094-z HP Property of the Trenton Railroad Company within the pink colored lines. Moore, Benjamin 1852
Paper
13 x 14 in.
Railroad property near Front and Cherry Sts.
Car house, office and shed, property lines
095-01 HP We hereby certify that the above plan for the numbering of houses in the City of Philadelphia and adjoining Districts was prepared by us in conformity with a resolution of the City Councils passed March 1st, 1838. Samuel Hains, City Surveyor. Philip M. Price, Surveyor, District of Spring Garden. Hains, Samuel; Price, Philip M. 1838 ca.
Mounted
52 x 39 in.
1 inch = 500 feet
Philadelphia and adjoining municipalities.
Girard College, Market St. Canal, Fairmount, Cohocksink Creek, house numbers at block ends, drainage areas and sewers, detailed wharf line. Sewer lines and colored drainage areas were likely added later but probably before 1854.
096-22 HP Plan of Gerritt St. from Twentieth to Twenty-first Sts. [Ordinance Dec. 31, 1881; confirmed June 5, 1882] Cranmer, William C. 1882
Paper
15 x 9 in.
South Philadelphia. Gerritt Street
Curb elevations
096-23 HP Plan of Wilder St. from Twentieth to Twenty-first Sts. [Ordinance Dec. 31, 1881; confirmed June 5, 1882] Cranmer, William C. 1882
Paper
15 x 9 in.
South Philadelphia. Wilder Street
Curb elevations
096-24 HP Plan of Hillary St. from Wharton to Reed Sts. [Ordinance Dec. 31, 1881; confirmed June 5, 1882] Cranmer, William C. 1882
Paper
15 x 9 in.
South Philadelphia. Wharton Street
Curb elevations
096-25 HP Plan of lines and grade, Mole Street, Dickinson St. to Tasker St. [Ordinance March 17, 1884; confirmed Aug. 4, 1884] Daly, Thomas 1884
Paper
11 x 9 in.
South Philadelphia. Mole Street
Curb elevations
096-26 HP [Handwritten title on reverse: "Bancroft and Chadwick Sts., Dickinson to Tasker St. Ordinance June 29, 1883; confirmed August 4, 1884] Daly, Thomas 1884
Paper
17 x 16 in.
South Philadelphia. Bancroft Street and Chadwick Street
Curb elevations
096-27 HP Plan of lines and grade [of] Hicks Street, Reed Street to Tasker St. [On reverse: ordinance March 17, 1884; confirmed Aug. 4, 1884] Daly, Thomas 1884
Paper
17 x 9 in.
South Philadelphia
Curb elevations
096-28 HP Plan of lines and grade [of] Tiernan St, Reed St. to Tasker St. [On reverse: ordinance March 17, 1884; confirmed Aug. 4, 1884] Daly, Thomas 1884
Paper
18 x 8 in.
South Philadelphia
Curb elevations
096-29 HP Plan of Lambert, Sober and Woodstock Street from Dickinson to Tasker Street. [Ordinance June 22, 1885; confirmed Oct. 19, 1885 Not named 1885
Paper
17 x 12 in.
South Philadelphia. Lambert, Sober and Woodstock Streets
Curb elevations
096-29 HP tracing Plan of Lambert, Sober and Woodstock Street from Dickinson to Tasker Street. [Ordinance June 22, 1885; confirmed Oct. 19, 1885 Not named 1885
Tracing
17 x 12 in.
South Philadelphia. Lambert, Sober and Woodstock Streets
Curb elevations
096-30 HP Plan of Wilder St. from 19th to Twentieth St. [Ordinance Nov. 11, 1885; confirmed April 17, 1886] Daly, Thomas 1886
Paper
9 x 15 in.
South Philadelphia. Wilder Street
Curb elevations
096-31 HP Plan of Manton St. from Long Lane to 21st St. [Ordinance Nov. 11, 1885; confirmed April 19, 1886] Daly, Thomas 1886
Paper
10 x 16 in.
South Philadelphia. Manton Street
Curb elevations
096-32 HP Plan of Ward and Dorrance St. from Wharton St. to Lawrence Ave. [Ordinance Nov. 11, 1885; confirmed April 19, 1886] Daly, Thomas 1886
Paper
15 x 9 in.
South Philadelphia. Ward and Dorrance Streets
Curb elevations
096-33 HP Plan of Opal and Garnet Sts. from Dickinson to Tasker [Ordinance Nov. 11, 1885; confirmed April 19, 1886] Daly, Thomas 1886
Paper
13 x 16 in.
South Philadelphia. Opal and Garnet Streets
Curb elevations
096-34 HP Plan of Cross Street in the 26th Ward. [Ordinance June 23, 1891; confirmed Sept. 21, 1891] Daly, Thomas 1891
Paper
17 x 12 in.
South Philadelphia. Cross Street
Curb elevations
096-35 HP tracing Plan showing the revision of lines and grades, in the Twenty-sixth Ward, Philadelphia [Ordinances 1866 and 1877; with late additions confirmed 1894 to 1899] Webster, George S. 1896
Tracing
28 x 51 in.
1 inch = 100 feet
South Philadelphia. 26th Ward. Bounded by Ellsworth to Tasker Sts., Broad to 22nd Sts.
Long Lane (Point Breeze Ave.) and other old roads, red ink annotations, curb elevations
096-39 HP Plan of triangular piece of ground at the intersection of 21s & Point Breeze Ave, 36th Ward. [Ordinance July 9, 1897; confirmed Dec. 6, 1897] Daly, Thomas 1897
Mounted
14 x 17 in.
South Philadelphia
Curb elevations
096-40 HP Plan for placing on the City Plan Chadwick St. from Wharton to Reed St., 26th Ward, Philada. [Ordinance July 9, 1897; confirmed Dec. 6, 1897] Daly, Thomas 1897
Mounted
9 x 16 in.
South Philadelphia. Chadwick Street
Curb elevations
096-41 HP Plan for placing on the City Plan Annin St., 20th to 21st Sts., 36th Ward. [Ordinance Dec. 8. 1897; survey returned Dec. 18, 1897; confirmed April 4, 1898] Daly, Thomas 1897
Mounted
9 x 17 in.
South Philadelphia. Annin Street
Curb elevations
096-43 HP tracing Plan 96 showing revision of lines and grades, in the 26th and 36th Wards, Philadelphia [Ordinance June 28, 1899; confirmed March 19, 1900] Daly, Thomas 1896
Tracing
30 x 51 in.
1 inch = 100 feet
South Philadelphia.. Bounded by Ellsworth to Tasker Sts., Broad to 22nd Sts.
Curb elevations
097-53 MTD Plan for striking from City Plan and vacating Schuylkill Avenue from Christian St. to Peltz St., 30th Ward, Philada. [Ordinance Jan. 23, 1902; confirmed May 5, 1902] Nobré, John M. 1902
Mounted
17 x 30 in.
1 inch = 100 feet
South Philadelphia. Bounded by Schuylkill River, Christian St., Grays Ferry Ave., and Peltz St.
Curb elevations, railroad, vacated street
098 MTD Plan of the revision of the Sixth Division of the survey and regulation of the late District of West Philadelphia [Act of Assembly May 1, 1852; resolution, Board of Commissioners, West Philadelphia, Oct. 13, 1852; revision authorized by resolution of Councils, date not given; confirmed March 1, 1875] Hancock, George W. 1875
Mounted
30 x 53 in.
West Philadelphia District, 6th Division. Bounded by Haverford and Lancaster Aves., 38th St., Market St. and 45th St.
Topography, Mill Creek and pond shown on grounds of Pennsylvania Hospital for the Insane, 42nd to 45th Sts.
099-04 HP [No title. Parade ground at 11th and Wharton] Daly, Thomas; Dye, John H. draftsman 1859
Mounted
27 x 23 in.
1 inch = 50 feet
South Philadelphia, parade ground, Federal to Reed Sts., 11th to 13th Sts.
Parade Ground, property owners, pencil sketch of elevation of grandstand
099-05 HP Plan of the revision of grades on Swanson Street. Young, Alfred 1861
Mounted
20 x 36 in.
1 inch = 30 feet
South Philadelphia. Swanson St., Christian St. to Washington Ave.
Profile of grade
099-06 HP Plan showing a proposed line for a railroad. Daly, Thomas 1865
Mounted
11 x 28 in.
South Philadelphia. Bounded by 25th to 29th Sts., Bigler to Pollock Sts.
Girard property, Union Land, property owners
099-07 HP Plan of survey and grade regulation on Long Lane from Federal to Mifflin St. Daly, Thomas 1870
Mounted
14 x 43 in.
South Philadelphia. Long Lane, Federal to Mifflin Sts.
Building footprint as benchmark
099-09 HP [No title. Placing Sanderson St., Harshaw St., and Birch St. on the City Plan. "All confirmed by Court Nov. 24th, 1869"] Not named 1869
Tracing
9 x 22 in.
South Philadelphia
Street lines
099-10 HP [No title. Placing Mount Holly St. and Bancroft St. on the City Plan. Confirmed by Court Nov. 29, 1869] Not named 1869.
Tracing
7 x 14 in.
South Philadelphia
Street lines
099-11 HP Plan exhibiting curb heights in part of the Twenty-sixth Ward in pursuance of a resolution of Councils approved April 18, 1864. [Approved by Board of Surveyors June 20, 1864; confirmed by Court May 15, 1871] Not named 1864
Mounted
25 x 30 in.
1 inch = 100 feet
South Philadelphia. South St. to Washington Ave., 22nd to Grays Ferry Ave.
Arsenal, asylum, benchmark buildings, sewers, railroad
099-12 HP Plan of the revision of Wharton St. between Broad and Twenty-Second Sts. under a resolution of Councils of December 9th, 1864. Philada. Dec. 22nd, 1864. [Approved Board of Surveyors February 6, 1871. Confirmed May 15, 1871.] Not named 1864
Mounted
47 x 7 in.
South Philadelphia. Wharton St.
Street lines, streams at street crossings, building footprints
099-21 HP Plan showing the revision of the footways and grades on Broad Street. [Resolution May 19, 1873; confirmed by Board of Surveyors April 19, 1875] Close, Charles S. 1875
Mounted
14 x 61 in.
South Philadelphia. Broad Street, McKean to Ellsworth Sts.
Street lines
099-x HP [No title. Plan placing Bounty St. on the City Plan. Confirmed by Court Nov. 24, 1869] Not named 1869
Tracing
9 x 10 in.
South Philadelphia
Street plan
100-01 HP Plan of the Fifth Division of the Kensington District, surveyed and returned April 5th AD 1836 by Benjn. Moore. Revised March 5th 1844 by Benjn. Moore Moore, Benjamin 1844
Mounted
29 x 50 in.
Kensington District, 5th Division. Bounded by Hancock St. to West (Belgrade) St., Oxford to Norris Sts.
Norris' Line, benchmark buildings, sewers, railroad, old roads
100-01 HP attachment [Court confirmation of plan 100-01_HP] 1837
Paper
Kensington District, 5th Division. Bounded by Hancock to West (Belgrade) Sts., Oxford to Norris Sts.
Attachment