This is an original 1891 G.W. Bromley plat atlas map of South Boston, Massachusetts. It includes Boston Beaneaters, Congress Street Grounds Baseball Stadium and other noteworthy buildings and structures.
It is in EX+ condition.
Plate 30 covers from: W. 1st Street to Boston Harbor and from E Street to Fort Point Channel.
Each color represents a different type of building: Pink is Brick, Yellow is Frame and Brown is Stone. Pink Box with an X = Brick Stable or Barn and Yellow Box with an X = Frame Stable or Barn. See key for what all the symbols indicate.
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Note: High quality, high resolution reproductions on 70 lb. thick stock paper are available upon request. Reproduction Sizes and pricing: 11X14 $19.95; 16X20 $24.95; 24X36 $34.85; 36X48 $49.95