Atlas of the city of Nashville 1908. [Plate 21A]
@ Nashville Public Library
Description1 map; 58 x 75 cm. A plat map of downtown Nashville, Tennessee and the surrounding area, originally published in 1908 by G. M. Hopkins Company, showing the various buildings, landscapes, acreage, and street routes for several blocks. Original building structures are depicted on the map, such as Napier Elementary, Fire Engine Company no. 12, Tennessee School for the Blind; Nashville City Hospital, Tennessee Hydrated Lime Company, First National Bank, St. Luke's Primitive Baptist (an African American church on Lewis Street), Carroll Street Methodist Episcopal Church, University Street Primitive Baptist Church, and the Nashville City Hospital. Also included is a portion of the Illinois Central Railroad. This plat map is reproduced from the source: Atlas of the city of Nashville, Tennessee : from official records, private plans and actual surveys, G. M. Hopkins, [Philadelphia, Pa.] 1908. Scale 200 feet to an inch. The original dimensions of the map, in the atlas publication: 15 1/2 x 22 3/4 in. (i.e. 58 x 75 cm.)
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