The purpose of this dataset is to provide digital archiving of historic, fragile, and otherwise sensitive map documents so that they are not further degraded by continued use by public or private interests. It is also hoped that the digital product will stimulate interest in and use of this valuable resource.
1 atlas (7 leaves) 64 cm color
SMLMAPL 766 W15 1897: Sheets disbound. "Triplicate" stamp on sheets. Library of Congress copyright stamp on title sheet. Partial cadastral map. Contains information on population, prevailing winds, water facilities and fire department. Includes index of streets and specials. "(1463) 7 sheets."
Sanborn fire insurance maps are a rich source of historic data on the urban built environment of North America during the 19th and early 20th centuries. The atlases were created for the purpose of underwriting fire insurance policies, which depended upon accurate and frequently-updated information about construction materials, municipal and transportation infrastructure, industrial and commercial landuse and more. The Yale University Library Map Department scanned its holdings of Sanborn fire insurance maps (consisting primarily of Connecticut towns) in order to make the maps more accessible.
Sept. 1897, Wallingford Conn. Wallingford, Conn.
Fire risk assessment--Connecticut--Wallingford--Maps Real property--Connecticut--Wallingford--Maps
Library of Congress Stamp
Scale 1:600. 50 ft. to an inch.
Atlases--Connecticut--Wallingford--1897 Cadastral maps--Connecticut--Wallingford--1897 Fire insurance maps--Connecticut--Wallingford--1897
Maps, Atlases & Globes
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