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SD9th-III-D-22 Plan and section of the two routes of Rail Road from Philadelphia to Norristown. Drawn by Henry R. Campbell and reduced by John C. Trautwine. Campbell, Henry R. 1832 ca.
Tracing
14 x 35 in.
1 inch = 40 chains
Philadelphia and Montgomery County
Schuylkill River and Delaware River, many named and unnamed tributary streams in Philadelphia and Montgomery counties, profiles of proposed railroad routes
SD9th-III-D-35 Plan and estimate with schedule of stakes for the grading of Green Lane from Lawnton St. to Jannette St., Jan. 8. 1936. Project of Works Progress Administration Federal Funds, for the Bureau of Highways by Charles G. Mathews, District Engineer (6th Dist.), 3-5-1936 Campbell, John T. 1936
Tracing
13 x 39 in.
Not noted
Roxborough
Grading and paving.
SD9th-IV-C-2 Connections with Main Intercepting Sewer. Stormwater conduit and pipe sewer in Osborn St. from Ridge Ave. to Manayunk Ave. 21st Ward Sundstrom, C. A. 1893
Blueprint
28 x 25 in.
Not noted
Manayunk
Sewer
SD9th-IV-C-4 Diagram showing the relation of area drained, size for 3 inches rainfall, grade and corresponding velocity for brick sewers and vitrified pipes, running full discharge. Not named 1900 ca.
Tracing
27 x 24 in.
Not noted
N/A
Sewer - Chart to assist in sizing sewers
SD9th-IV-C-44 Plan of proposed flushing attachment to manhole. Granlund, K. Wm., draughtsman 1895
Tracing
23 x 26 in.
1 inch = 2 feet
N/A
Sewer
SD9th-IV-C-46 Details of small stone bridge and associated culvert to span "low spot in Umbria St. north of Wright St." Signed by Strickland Kneass, Chief Engineer and Surveyor. Kneass, Strickland 1868
Tracing
26 x 24 in.
Not noted
Roxborough. Umbria St.
Bridge and culvert
SD9th-IV-C-47 Connections with Main Intercepting Sewer. Stormwater conduit and pipe sewer in Riley [now DuPont] St. and Pechin St. 21st Ward Phila. Sundstrom, C. A. 1896
Blueprint
24 x 26 in.
1 inch = 50 feet
Roxborough
Sewer
SD9th-IV-C-49 Plan and profile of sewer to be laid in Ridge Avenue from Walnut Lane to Hermit St. Sundstrom, C. A. 1898
Tracing
24 x 28 in.
1 inch = 50 feet
Northwest Philadelphia
Sewer
SD9th-IV-C-50 Plan and profile of sewers to be laid in Tower, Jamestown and Cresson Sts. 21st Ward Sundstrom, C. A. 1898 ca.
Tracing
26 x 24 in.
Not noted
Northwest Philadelphia
Sewer
SD9th-IV-C-57 Plan of properties in the Twenty-first Ward appropriated for Park purposes by resolution of the Commissioners of Fairmount Park adopted Feb. 14th 1917. [Includes, in pencil, dollar amounts that may be the price paid for each parcel] Snyder, B. F., delineator? 1917
Tracing
21 x 21 in.
Not noted
Fairmount Park
Property lines and owners.
SD9th-IX-C-157 Copy of plan on deed of Mary Snyder et al to Dan'l Thomas and Jos. Paul. Sept. 2, 1802. Not named 1802
Tracing
10 x 13 in.
Not noted
Roxborough. Along Schuylkill River at present-day Port Royal Avenue
Property lines and owners, building pictographs.
SD9th-Park-Cresheim-01 Plan of proposed park boundary, Cresheim Valley, Wissahickon. Approved 1903. Not named 1903
Tracing
33 x 84 in.
1 inch = 100 feet
Bounded roughly by Wissahickon Creek to Pennsylvania Railroad, Mermaid Lane to Allen's Lane
Scan is made from original tracing - housed in Fairmount Park Archives - from which the 9th Survey blueprint was made.
SD9th-Property-32A Plan of lots to be sold by W. R. Leeds, Esq., Sheriff, Monday, April 7th, 1873 at Quarter Session Court Room [Philadelphia] Not named
Tracing
21 x 24 in.
1 inch = 100 feet
Germantown, bounded roughly by Chelten Ave. to Hansberry St., Wissahickon Ave. to Wayne Ave.
Property subdivision. Sale prices included on many lots.
SD9th-Property569 Surveyed 5th Mo 8th 1849 by Joseph Fox [On reverse: "Property plan 569. Filed 1487, 1488, 1489, 1493"] Fox, Joseph 1849
Mounted
26 x 38 in.
1 inch = 60 feet
Probably the intersection of present-day Ridge Ave. and Main Street (Manayunk)
Property subdivision, with table of area for each parcel. Total is about 24 aces.
SD9th-Property-Dawson Operation of 33 dwellings to be erected on Manayunk Ave, Dawson & Kent Ave. Philadelphia for Dawson Homes Builders. J. Ethan Fieldstein, Reg. Architect, Bankers Sec. Bldg., Philadelphia Fieldstein, J. Ethan 1945
Blueprint
26 x 37 in.
Not noted
Manayunk
Floor plans and elevations
SD9th-Property-Houston-01 Map showing upper part of 21st and 22nd Wards Philadelphia made for H. H. Houston Estate Campbell, John T. 1944
Tracing
30 x 30 in.
Not noted
SD9th-Property-Houston-02 Property Development, Roxborough, Philadelphia & Montgomery Cos., PA. Owners Estate of C. H. S. Houston, C. H. B. Frazier, C. W. Brown. Robert Roses McGoodwin, Registered Architect. Work No. 274, Sheet No. 1. McGoodwin, Robert Rodes 1940
Blueprint
25 x 18 in.
Roxborough and adjacent area of Montgomery County
Property subdivision
SD9th-Property-Houston-Mahoney Mahoney Construction Company. Plot plan showing location of five houses and attached garages to be erected for the Estate of Henry H. Houston, Roxborough, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Not named 1941
Blueprint
19 x 30 in.
Not noted
Roxborough, Manatawna Ave. and Grakyn Lane
Property subdivision, building footprints
SD9th-T-35-2 Map showing character or street pavements, issued by Department of Public Works, Bureau of Highways and Street Cleaning, Philadelphia, Pa. January 1st, 1914. Not named 1914
Mounted
56 x 42 in.
1 inch = 2000 feet
Philadelphia and surrounding communities
Pavement types. Many streets on this map, published by Elvino Smith in 1914, were not yet built.
SD9th-T-46-3 Map of the Township of Lower Merion, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, from original survey by John Levering, Surveyor, 1852. With all the divisions of property, number of acres and the owners names, the names of villages, roads, streams, factories, hotels, &c. Levering, John 1852
Blueprint
29 x 39 in.
Not noted
Lower Merion Township, Montgomery County, and Manayunk
Property lines, owners, and property names; topography; railroads, streams, buildings. Several inset illustrations.
SD9th-T-54-5 Cross sections of the Schuylkill River taken October 1913. [Includes elevation of the river at the time of the survey and the elevation of the highest flood] Sundstrom, C. A. 1913
Tracing
24 x 86 in.
Not noted
Schuylkill River at various locations around Manayunk
Flood information
SD9th-T-54-5A Plan showing where cross sections were taken in the Schuylkill River, October 1913. C. A. Sundstrom, Surveyor and Regulator of the Eighth District. Sundstrom, C. A. 1913
Tracing
12 x 31 in.
Not noted
Schuylkill River at various locations around Manayunk
Building footprints
SD9th-T-58-3 Plan of Gorgas Park, Twenty-first Ward, Philadelphia, July 1913. C. A. Sundstron, Surveyor and Regulator, Eight District, per K. W. Granlund, Principal Assistant. Sundstrom, C. A. 1913
Tracing
17 x 40 in.
Not noted
Park bounded by Gates St., Ridge Ave., Hermitage St. and Manayunk Ave.
Topography. fountain, summer house, band pavilion, candy stand, lavatory, electric light poles and gasoline lamps, and living and dead trees.
SD9th-T-63-1 Nineteenth Section of the Twenty-first Ward [City Plan 298] Levering, John 1878
Tracing
55 x 31 in.
Not noted
City Plan area 298. Bisected by Wissahickon Creek and surrounding parkland. Bounded by Wissahickon Ave., Hermit St., Jannett Ave., and Roxborough Ave. and Upsal St.
Topography, Fairmount Park boundary, Wissahickon Creek and several tributaries
SD9th-T-73-2 Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Water and Power Resources board. Channel lines, Schuylkill River, Wissahickon Creek to Flat Rock Dam in Lower Merion Township, Montgomery County and City of Philadelphia Knight, B. A.; traced by Miller, J. E. 1926
Blueprint
28 x 80 in.
Not noted
Schuylkill River, Philadelphia and Lower Merion Township, Montgomery County at various locations around Manayunk
Factories with owners, Schuylkill Navigation Co. canal, locks and dam; riverfront topography including "filled area" and "rock area." Pieced together in Photoshop from several partial copies.
SD9th-T-74-2 Plan showing location of buildings etc. between Manayunk Canal and Schuylkill River north west of Fountain Street, Twenty-first Ward. February 19, 1919. K. W. Granlund, Surveyor and Regulator of the Eighth District. Granlund, K. W. 1919
Tracing
21 x 86 in.
1 inch = 50 feet
Manayunk Canal
Building footprints of Philadelphia Paper Manufacturing Company and Dill and Collins Company
SD9th-T-79-9 Plan of the Township of Roxborough with the property holders' names, &c. Manayunk by Jno. Levering Surv'r. Published by M. Dripps [1848; tracing copy] Levering, John 1848
Tracing
22 x 40 in.
Not noted
Roxborough and Manayunk
Many streams (including Keech's Run) property owners and building locations,
SD9th-T-90-4 Philadelphia. Oct. 20th 1887. John H. Dye, Engineer and Surveyor Dye, John H. 1887
Tracing
24 x 60 in.
1 inch = 30 feet
Shawmont, on the Schuylkill River in Roxborough
Schuylkill River front in Shawmont, Shawmont Pumping Station of the Philadelphia Water Department, Shawmont Station, two railroad lines, Johnson's boat house, Green Tree Run, numerous residences, and property ownership
SD9th-Topo-CP214 [No title. Topography of City Plan 214] Not named 1885 ca.
Tracing
37 x 75 in.
1 inch = 100 feet
Mt. Airy, bounded by Allens Lane to Carpenter St., Wissahickon Ave. to Germantown Ave.
Topography, creeks
SD9th-Transit-1923 Metropolitan Philadelphia [Showing 18 transit (trolley or streetcar) companies and numerous "steam railroad" lines including main lines and branches of the Pennsylvania Railroad, Reading Railroad, and Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.] Boehn, G. A. 1923
Paper
39 x 39 in.
1 inch = 1.33 miles
Philadelphia region, including all or part of Bucks, Montgomery, Chester, Delaware, and Philadelphia counties in Pennsylvania; Mercer, Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, and Salem counties in New Jersey; and New Castle County in Delaware
Transportation lines and stations, streams, cities, towns and villages
SD9th-Transit-PRT-1927 Philadelphia Rapid Transit Co, Track Map, January 1, 1927 Not named 1927
Paper
17 x 28 in.
Not noted
Philadelphia and vicinity
Shows streetcar or trolley lines of the Philadelphia Rapid Transit Company
SD9th-VI-A-25-1 Plan of proposed abolition of grade crossing at Wissahickon Station, 21st Ward. Sundstrom, C. A. 1900
Tracing
34 x 58 in.
1 inch = 40 feet
Wissahickon Station, on the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad
Building footprints, track alignment, profile of grade, and elevations of structures
SD9th-VI-A-25-2 Plan of proposed abolition of grade crossing at Wissahickon Station, 21st Ward. Sundstrom, C. A. 1901
Tracing
34 x 56 in.
1 inch = 40 feet
Wissahickon Station, on the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad
Building footprints, track alignment, profile of grade, and elevations of structures
SD9th-VI-A-26 Plan of present condition of Wissahickon Station, 21st Ward. Sundstrom, C. A. 1900
Tracing
30 x 58 in.
1 inch = 40 feet
Wissahickon Station, on the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad
Building footprints, track alignment
SD9th-VI-A-30 Plan showing abolition of grade crossing at Wissahickon Station as proposed by Mr. James Christie. Sundstrom, C. A. 1901
Tracing
30 x 58 in.
1 inch = 40 feet
Wissahickon Station, on the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad
Building footprints, track alignment
SD9th-VI-A-31 Plan showing abolition of grade crossing at Wissahickon as proposed by Mr. E. S. Lemmon. Sundstrom, C. A. 1901
Tracing
30 x 58 in.
1 inch = 40 feet
Wissahickon Station, on the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad
Building footprints, track alignment
SD9th-VIII-A-21 Topographical plan of Roxborough Reservoir, Twenty-first Ward, Philadelphia. January 1894. C. A. Sundstrom. Sundstrom, C. A. 1894
Tracing
47 x 28 in.
Not noted
Roxborough. Shows reservoir and surrounding area, bounded roughly by Ridge Ave., Port Royal Ave., Shawmont Ave. and Newland St.
Topography, wetlands and headwaters of Green Tree Run, reservoir dimensions
SD9th-VIII-A-4 Plan of the Borough of Manayunk as surveyed by Jno. Levering. Published by M. Dripps, Pleasant St. below 13th St., Philadelphia, 1848. Levering, John 1848
Tracing
40 x 30 in.
1 inch = 200 feet
Manayunk
Houses, factories, owners' names, streams including Stillhouse Run and Glen Run. This is the only known copy of this map.
SD9th-XII-B-1 Plan of property surveyed for the City of Philadelphia Bureau of Water, 21st Ward. Sundstrom, C. A. 1894
Tracing
24 x 29 in.
1 inch = 50 feet
Roxborough. Shawmont Ave. and Schuylkill River
Detailed building footprints and grounds layout at Shawmont Pumping Station, Pennsylvania Schuylkill Valley Railroad and Norristown Branch of the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad, Knickerbocker Ice. Co., Manayunk and Roxborough Inclined Plane and Railway
SD9th-XII-B-3 Plan of Lauriston, the property of L. Theodore Salaignac Esq., Twenty-first Ward, Philadelphia. July 26, 1894. Granlund, K. Wm., draughtsman 1894
Tracing
27 x 32 in.
1 inch = 50 feet
Wissahickon. Near corner of present-day Vicarist St. and Salaignac St.
Building footprints, driveways, some ornamental shrubbery shown, property transfers and deed information for this 28-acre parcel
SD9th-XIV-A-5 Plan of estate of N. Rittenhouse, Decd., in the Twenty-first Ward, City of Philadelphia. Divided May 1865. Not named 1865
Tracing
24 x 15 in.
Not noted
Property between School Lane and Wissahickon Turnpike and Rittenhouse Lane.
Property partition
SD9th-XIV-A-7 Plan showing properties of F. W. McDowell and W. W. Harding in Manayunk, Philadelphia. Weand, O. M. 1887
Tracing
14 x 25 in.
1 inch = 40 feet
Manayunk. Property along the canal and Schuylkill River, between Levering St. and Cotton St.
Building footprints with property lines, owners, and deed information; Manayunk Canal
SD9th-XIV-E-105 Culvert to be constructed across Cresson St., Twenty-first Ward. Kneass, Strickland 1871
Tracing
17 x 24 in.
1 inch = 20 feet
Manayunk
Plan, profile, and elevation of culvert
SD9th-XIV-E-108 Estimate for grading Manayunk Ave. from Krams Ave. to Leverington Ave., 21st Ward. C. A. Sundstron, Surveyor and Regulator, Eight District, per K. W. Granlund, Principal Assistant. [.] Granlund, K. W. 1913
Tracing
24 x 17 in.
Not noted
Manayunk
Shows 43 cubic yards of cut and 14,354 yards of fill to bring a 160 foot section of roadway, crossing a small stream valley, up to the regulated grade
SD9th-XIV-E-20.1 Plan of part of the estate of Mrs. Esther R. Jones, deceased, situate in Roxborough, 21st Ward of Philadelphia, below Manayunk & near the Wissahickon Rail Road Depot. Surveyed for the heirs, May 1854, by John Levering. Levering, John 1854
Tracing
22 x 18 in.
Not noted
Manayunk. Triangular property around the intersection of Ridge Ave. and Main St.
Property subdivision
SD9th-XIV-E-21 Plan and profile of sewer to be laid in Vassar Street from Ridge Ave. to Cresson St. Sundstrom, C. A. 1898
Tracing
23 x 17 in.
Not noted
Northwest Philadelphia
Sewer
SD9th-XIV-E-22 Plan and profile of sewer to be laid in Cresson Street from Dawson St. to Vassar St. Sundstrom, C. A. 1898
Tracing
17 x 23 in.
Not noted
Northwest Philadelphia
Sewer
SD9th-XIX-A-114 The Magee Memorial Hospital for Convalescents. Morton Keast, Registered Architect, 1501 Commonwealth Trust Bldg., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Keast, Morton 1940
Blueprint
26 x 20 in.
1 inch = 100 feet
Roxborough, near Henry Ave. and Hermit St., abutting Fairmount Park.
Architectural site plan. This hospital was not built at this location.
SD9th-XIX-A-15 Details of wellhole at Sumac St. and Norristown Rail Road, Twenty-first Ward, Philadelphia. Sundstrom, C. A. 1898 ca.
Tracing
23 x 17 in.
Not noted
Northwest Philadelphia
Sewer
SD9th-XVI-F-22 Plan of Water Works property on Shawmont Avenue, Twenty-first Ward, Philadelphia. Sundstrom, C. A. 1900
Tracing
21 x 28 in.
Not noted
Roxborough. Bounded roughly by Shawmont Ave., Eva. St. and Dearnley St.
Topography, Lower Roxborough Reservoir