Sanborn Maps

Map dates: 1887 | 1892 | 1898 | 1904 | 1909 | 1923 | 1949

The Sanborn Map® Collection consists of a uniform series of large-scale detailed maps depicting the commercial, industrial, and residential sections of cities. The maps were designed by surveyor D.A. Sanborn in 1866 to assist fire insurance agents in determining the degree of hazard associated with a particular property.

Sanborn Maps® illustrate in outline form the site, size, shape, construction and building material of dwellings, commercial buildings, and factories. Details of buildings include fire walls, the location and number of windows and doors, style and composition of roofs, wall thickness, cracks in exterior walls, and makes of elevators. The maps also indicate building use, sidewalk and street widths, layout and names, property boundaries, distance between buildings, house and block numbers, location of water mains, hydrants, piping, wells, cisterns, and fuel storage tanks.


1 October 1887

  • Sheet 1 – index Index to Sanborn maps of 1887. Also detail of North Street (Cliff Road), featuring Sea Cliff House, Manchester Cottage, Outlook House.Note: Water Works owned by private corporation Mains 4 to 8 ins diameter. 33 hydts. Water pressure at RO 37 lbs to the sq inch Fire pressure at RO 80 lbs to the sq inch Reservoir car 50000 gals is filled by a Dluplex Worthington Pump car. 1,5000,000 gals in 24 hours also a smaller Duplex Blake Pump. On an alarm of fire the pumps are started and pump directly into the mains. 3 – two wheel hose jumpers. 2 hook and ladder trucks. 2500 hose in good condition. Fire dept: 46 [?] men, partly paid – all call men.
  • Sheet 2 Map of Nantucket, 1887.
    Union Street, Orange Street, Fair Street, Pine Street, Pleasant Street, Chester Street, Easton Street, North Street (Cliff Road), North Water Street, Centre Street, Flora Street, Mulberry Street, Weymouth Street, East Dover Street, York Street, West Dover Street, Jefferson Street, Farmer Street, Ash Street, Sea Street, North Avenue. Unnamed streets include Twin Street, Lyon Street, Gorham Court, Cash’s Court. Includes Springfield House, Veranda House, Orange Street School, Bay View House.
  • Sheet 3 Map of Nantucket, 1887.
    Centre Street, North Water Street, North Beach Street, Broad Street, C Street (Whalers Lane), Sea Street, Chestnut Street, Federal Street, Pearl Street (India Street), Lower Pearl Street (India Street), Oak Street, Main Street, Ash Street, Ash Lane, Steamboat Wharf, Quince Street, Hussey Street, East Chestnut Street, Cambridge Street, Liberty Street, Old North Wharf. Includes Island Roller Skating Rink, Hayden’s Bath House, Humane Society, Livery, Wheel wright shop, billiard room, bowling alley, blacksmith shop, Catholic Church, Atheneum, Veranda House, Ocean House, Friends Meeting House, milliner, Turkish Bazaar, Custom House.
  • Sheet 4 Map of Nantucket, 1887.
    Centre Street, D Street (Church Court), Lily Street, Academy Lane, Westminister Street, Gay Street, Quince Street, Liberty Street, Hussey Street, Pearl Street (India Street), Rose Lane, Winter Street. Includes Congregational Church, School, Methodist Church
  • Sheet 5 Map of Nantucket, 1887.
    Howard Street, Gardner Street, Main Street, Vestal Street, Bloom Street, Milk Street, Pleasant Street, New Mill Street, Prospect Street, Risdale Street (New Dollar Lane), Starbucks Court, Unnamed (Angola Street).
  • Sheet 6 Map of Nantucket, 1887.
    Liberty Street, Main Street, Winter Street, Walnut Lane, Orange Street, Fair Street, Rays Court, Pine Street, Summer Street, Pleasant Street, Judith Chase Lane, Lucretia Mott Lane, School Street, Charters Street, Hillers Lane, Downing Street (Darling Street), Martins Lane, Pumb Lane, E Street (Trader Lane), High Street, Mill Street. Landmarks include Coffin School, Unitarian Church, Pacific National Bank, Friends Meeting House, Episcopal Church, American House, C.H. Robinson’s Carpentry Shop, Baptist Church.
  • Sheet 7 Map of Nantucket, 1887.
    Main Street square, south side, Orange Street, Union Street, Washington Street, Candle Street, Whale Street, base of South Wharf, base of Straight Wharf, base of Commercial Wharf, Salem Street, unnamed (Gardners Court), Stone Alley, unnamed (Coffin Street). Inset: Nantucket Hotel on Brant Point. Landmarks and significant features include: W.T. Swain Lumber yard, J.A. Johnson’s Livery, gas works, C. C. Crosby Coal Yard, Sherburne Hotel, Bay View House, undertaker, auction room

2 August 1892

  • Sheet 1 – index Index of Sanborn maps of Nantucket, 1892Population 3500 in winter, 7000 in summer. Prevaling winds S.W. WATER FACILITIES. Wannacomet Water Company. Reservoir capacity 50,000 gals located 2 miles west of square at an elevation of 100 ft of above tide water, filled by 1 Worthington Duplex Pump of 1 ½ million gals capacity and 1 Blake Duplex Pump, capacity ½ million gals water supply from Wannacomet Pond. 8 miles of water pipes. 4” to 8” diam 47 double 4” hydrants. Pressure at square 37 lbs, direct pressure for fire purposed. 80 lbs per sq inch. FIRE DEPARTMENT 225 men paid yearly salary. 5 hand engines, 3 independent hose carts, 2 hook and ladder trucks, 5 hand engines. 4500 2 ½” hose. Note: A fireman is stationed in alarm tower of Unitarian Church, Orange Street, from 10 PM until 6 AM daily. A light in tower is used to indicate location of fire.
  • Sheet 2 Map of Nantucket, 1892.
    North Street (Cliff Road), Moores Avenue, Nantucket Avenue, Clam Street (Cabot Lane), Grant Avenue, Lincoln Avenue. Also North Street (Cliff Road), West Centre Street (West Chester Street), Centre Street, unnamed (Wyers Lane & Kite Hill Lane). Features include Sea Cliff House.
  • Sheet 3 Map of Nantucket, 1892.
    Easton Street, Sea Street, North Avenue, North Street (Cliff Road), North Water Street, Chapman Avenue (Step Lane), Ash Street, West Centre Street (West Chester Street), Chester Street, Centre Street, Lily Street, South Beach Street, North Beach Street, church Court, Academy Avenue, Church Lane, Westminister Street. Significant features include First Congregational Church, Veranda House, Nantucket Electric Light Company, Underwood Hall, Point Breeze Hotel, Springfield House. Insets feature the Old Mill, Nantucket County Alms House (Quaise Asylum)
  • Sheet 4 Map of Nantucket, 1892.
    North Liberty Street, Gardner Street, Easton Street, John Street, Hulburt Street (Hilbert Avenue). Features include the Nantucket Hotel, Brant Point Lighthouse.
  • Sheet 5 Map of Nantucket, 1892.
    Lily Street, Academy Street, Church Court, Centre Street, Church Lane, Gay Street, Quince Street, Hussey Street, Liberty Street, Pearl Street (India Street), Winter Street, Rose Lane, Gardner Street, Walnut Lane, Westminister Street. Features include: Methodist Church, Academy Hill School, Coffin School.
  • Sheet 6 Map of Nantucket, 1892.
    Sea Street, Centre Street, Ash Street, Ash Lane, North Water Street, South Beach Street, Salom Street (Whalers Lane), Broad Street, Chestnut Street, Federal Street, East Chestnut Street, Oak Street, South Water Street, Pearl Street (India Street), Lower Pearl Street (India Street), Cambridge Street, Main Street, Liberty Street, Union Street, Old North Wharf, passage (Coleman Lane), passage (Madison Lane), Coal Lane, unnamed (Still Dock, Dock Street). Features include the Atheneum Hall, Public library and museum, Hayden’s Bath Rooms, Ocean House, Friends Meeting House on Centre Street, Catholic Church, Pantheon Hall, Smith’s Hall, Custom House, billards, dentist, photographer, Smith Livery, ice house.
  • Sheet 7 Map of Nantucket, 1892.
    Main Street, Salem Street, Union Street, Washington Street, Candle Street, Whale Street, Coffin Street, Orange Street, Stone Alley, unnamed (Gardner’s court), foot of Straight Wharf, foot of Commercial Wharf, foot of Old South Wharf. Features include W.T. Swain Lumber Yard, masonic hall, livery, auction room, C. C. Crosby Coal Yard, fish houses, railroad tracks, Bay View House.
  • Sheet 8 Map of Nantucket, 1892.
    Liberty Street, Winter Street, Main Street, Walnut Lane, Traders Lane, Ray’s Court, Orange Street, Fair Street, Pleasant Street, Summer Street, Pine Street, unnamed (Judith Chase Lane), unnamed (Lucretia Mott Lane), School Street, Charter Street, Hullers Lane (Hillers Lane), Darling Street, High Street, Martins Lane, Plumb Lane. Features include St. Pauls Church, Baptist Church, Unitarian Church, American House, C. H. Robinson Carpentry Shop, Homestead (School Street), Friends Meeting House (Fair Street), Coffin School.
  • Sheet 9 Map of Nantucket, 1892.
    Main Street, Howard Street, Gardner Street, Vestal Street, Pleasant Street, Milk Street, Mill Street, New Mill Street, Bloom Street, Risdale Street (New Dollar Lane), Starbucks Court, Candle House Lane, Featured are the House of Correction (Old Gaol), R. B. Hussey Inquirer and Mirror on Milk Street, Sailors monument.
  • Sheet 10 Map of Nantucket, 1892.
    Orange Street, Fair Street, Pine Street, Pleasant Street, South Mill Street, Angola Street, Candle House Lane, Farmer Street, Lyons Street (now Lyon Street), Jefferson Street (now Jefferson Lane), Eagle Street (now Eagle Lane), Silver Street, West Dover Street, York Street, Atlantic Avenue, Cottage Court. Unnamed streets include: Boyers Alley, Tattle Court, Twin Street. Features include five corners, Colored Baptist Church (now the African Meetinghouse).
  • Sheet 11 Map of Nantucket, 1892.
    Gorham’s Court, Lyons Street (now Cash’s Court), Orange Street, Flora Street, Mullberry Street (now Mulberry Street), Silver Street, Weymouth Street, W. Dover Street, Dover Street (now East Dover Street), York Street, Coon Street, Union Street, Crab Street (now Fayette Street), Washington Street, Broad Street. Features include: Bay View House, Public School, Old South Wharf, W.T. Swain’s Lumber& Coal, Coal Sheds, Nantucket Railroad Repair Shop, Steamboat Wharf, Freight House, Private Wharf, Nantucket Railroad, Oiled Clothing, Rowboat Livery, railroad depot

3 July 1898

  • Sheet 1 – index Index of Sanborn maps of Nantucket, 1898.Population 3500 in winter 8000 in summer Prevailing winds so. West WATER FACILITIES Wannacomet Water Co. Reservoir of 50,000 gals capacity, located 2 miles west of square, elevation 104 ft above tide water and filled by 1 Worthington Duplex Pump, of 1 ½ million gals cap’y and 1 Blake Duplex Pump of ½ million gals cap’y. Water supply from Wannacomet Pond 8 ½ miles of water pipe 4” to 8” diam 50 double hydrants. Pressure at Square, 37 lbs Pressure for fire purposes 80 lbs per sq inch FIRE DEPARTMENT, 225 men paid yearly salary. 3 hand engines, 3 independent hose carts, 2 hook and ladder trucks, 1 steam engine, 5000 ft. 2 ½” hose and hand engine at Siasconset. Fireman stationed in alarm tower of Unitarian Church, Orange Street, from 10 PM until 6 PM, daily. A light in tower is used to indicate location of fire.
  • Sheet 2 Map of Nantucket, 1898.
    Moores Avenue, Nantucket Avenue, Lincoln Street, North Street (now Cliff Road), Cabot Avenue (Cabot Lane), Grant Avenue, West Centre Street (now West Chester Street), Center Street (now Chestnut Street), Beach Avenue, Unnamed Streets Kite Hill Lane. Includes Washington Cottage, Franklin Cottage, Oneanto Cottage, The Retreat, Cliff Haven, Sunset Hill, Maplewood Cottage, Bonne Castle, Broadview Cottage, Wash House, Work Shop, Cliff Cottage, the Fish Cottage, Twowinnet, Bleak House, Water View Cottager, The Old Homestead, The Outlook House, Manchester Cottage, Sea Cliff House and Annex
  • Sheet 3 Map of Nantucket, 1898.
    Broad Street, North Water Street, South Beach Street (now Beach Street), Salom Street (now Whaler’s Lane), Sea Street, Easton Street, Chester Street, Center Street, Chapman Avenue (now Step Lane), Ash Street, Ash Lane, Lily Street, Academy Lane, Gay Street. Includes Hayden’s Bath Rooms, Steamboat Wharf, Carriage House, Ice House, Underwood Hall, L. S. Livery, Storage House, Nantucket Electric Lighting Company, Veranda House, Nesbitt House, Ocean House, Springfield House, Springfield House Annexes 1&2.
  • Sheet 4 Map of Nantucket, 1898.
    Chapman Avenue, Ash Street, Ash Lane, Center Street, Broad Street, Academy Lane, Church Lane, Church Court, Gay Street, Quince Street, Hussey Street, Westminster Street, Lily Street, North Liberty Street. Includes the Old Mill, First Congregational Church and Vestry, Old South Wharf, W. T. Swains Lumbers and Coal Yard, Nantucket County Alms House (Quaise Asylum), School House, The Summit, Shore House
  • Sheet 5 Map of Nantucket, 1898.
    Chestnut Street, Center Street, Orange Street, Fair Street, Hussey Street, Pearl Street (now India Street), Liberty Street, Main Street, Walnut Lane, Rays Court, Mooers Avenue (now Judith Chase Lane), Pine Street, Traders Lane, Winter Street, Westminster Street, Pleasant Street, Liberty Street, Gardner Street, Rose Lane. Includes M. E. Church, Pacific National Bank, The Square, Coffin School, Friend Meeting House, Unitarian Church, Storage, Carriage House, Wash House, Jewelry, Fruit, Bakery
  • Sheet 6 Map of Nantucket, 1898.
    North Water Street, South Beach Street, Broad Street, Chestnut Street, East Chestnut Street, Pearl Street (now India Street), Lower Pearl (now India Street), Oak Street, Center Street, Federal Street, South Water Street, Cambridge Court, Union Street, Main Street, Orange Street, Stone Alley, Washington Street, Candle Street, Salem Street, Whale Street (now New Whale Street). Includes Friends Meeting House, Carpenter, Robert’s House, Turkish Bazaar, Fire Engine 1, Off & Bank, Drug Shop, Market, Meat Shop, Bicycles, Organs, Storage 2nd, Jewelry, Barber, The Square, Union Street Boarding House, Stove & Tin Shop, Masonic Hall, Printing, Candy, Furniture, R. C. Church, Public Library Museum Atheneum Hall, Bakery, Harness Shop, Livery, Humane Society, Billiards and Bowling, Paint Shop, Flour & Grain, Plumbing, Water Co’s, Coal Bins, Auction Room, Town Offices, J. A. Johnson’s Livery, Nantucket Gas Light Co., Gasometer, Coke Shed, Nantucket Railroad Line, Carriage House, Hay & Grain, Fish, W. H. W. Smyth Livery, Boat House, Shingle & Lumber Storage House, Sawing, Grist Mill, W. T. Swain’s Lumber Yard, C. C. Crosby’s Coal Yard, Old South Wharf, Straight Wharf, Old North Wharf, Steamboat Wharf.
  • Sheet 7 Map of Nantucket, 1898.
    Stone Alley, Union Street, Orange Street, Lyon’s Street (now Cash’s Court), Gorham’s Court, Washington Street, Candle Street, Whale Street (now New Whale Street), Martins Lane, Plumb Lane, Flora Street, Fayette Street, unnamed street with Orange Street school. Includes Sherburne House, Bay View House, Public School, Laundry, Storage, Kindling & Wood, Coal Bin, Storage of Boats, Commercial Wharf (now also Commercial Street), Slaughter House, Ice House, Nantucket Railroad, Fish Houses, Nantucket Railroad Repair Shop
  • Sheet 8 Map of Nantucket, 1898.
    Main Street, Trader’s Lane, Summer Street, Pine Street, Pleasant Street, High Street, Mooers Avenue (now Judith Chase Lane), School Street, Charter Street, Hiller’s Lane, Darling Street, Candlehouse Lane, Angola Street, South Mill Street, Lyon’s Street, Farmer Street, Fair Street, Gorham’s Court, Plumb Lane, Martin’s Lane, Orange Street, Unnamed Streets: Lucretia Mott Lane, Ray’s Court, Twin Street. Includes Baptist Church, Storage, Wood House, Holiday Inn, Paul’s Episcopal Church.
  • Sheet 9 Map of Nantucket, 1898.
    Pleasant Street, Atlantic Avenue, Orange Street, Fair Street, Pine Street, South Mill Street (now Mill Street), Lyons Street (now Lyon Street), Jefferson Street (now Jefferson Lane), Eagle Street (now Eagle Lane), Silver Street, West Dover Street, York Street, Warren Street, New Street, Cottage Court, Coon Street. Unnamed streets include: Boyers Alley. Includes Colored Baptist Church (now the African Meeting House), Storage.
  • Sheet 10 Map of Nantucket, 1898.
    Silver Street, West Dover Street, York Street, Flora Street, Mulberry Street, Weymouth Street, Dover Street (now East Dover), Orange Street, Union Street, Cottage Court, Coon Street, Warren Street, New Street, Beaver Street, Spring Street, Easton Street, North Ave, Chester Street, Center Street, North Street (now Cliff Road), West Center Street (now West Chester Street), Washington Street, Fayette Street, Meader Street, Francis Street. Unnamed streets include Gull Island Lane. Features include: Livery, Point Breeze Hotel, “The Homestead”, Glen Cottage.
  • Sheet 11 Map of Nantucket, 1898.
    Main Street, Howard Street, Gardner Street, Main Street, Vestal Street, Bloom Street, Milk Street, Summer Street, Pleasant Street, High Street, Starbucks Court, Risdale Street (now New Dollar Lane), Prospect Street, Mill Street (now New Mill Street), New Mill Street (now Mill Street), Candlehouse Lane. Features include: Sailors Monument, Cobbler, R.B. Hussey Inquirer & Mirror Printing, Mill View Cottage.
  • Sheet 12 Map of Nantucket, 1898.
    Lily Street, N. Liberty Street, Pearl Street (now India Street), Liberty Street, Hussey Street, Pinkham’s Court (now Brock’s Court), Howard Street, Hulbert Street, John Street (now Johnson Street), Everett Street (now Charles Street), Easton Street. Unnamed streets include James Street. Features include: Nantucket Hotel, Brant Point Light House, Park, Bath Rooms, Lodging Rooms, Cottage of Content, Driftwood Hotel.
  • Sheet 13 Map of Nantucket, 1898.
    Main Street, Saratoga Street (now Quaker Road), New Street, Beaver Street, Back Street, Spring Street, Orange Street, Cherry Street, Unnamed Streets include Quartermile Hill and Williams Street. Features include: Work Shop, Jail, House of Correction, Alfonso Hall, and buildings marked “Oiled Clothing,” “Freight House,” and “Coal Bin” on unnamed wharf, probably along Washington Street.
  • Sheet 14 Map of Siasconset, 1898.
    Main Street, Side Street (now West Sankaty Road), Clam Street (now King Road), New Street, Shell Street, Center Street, Broadway Street, Chapel Street, Park Street, Front Street. Includes several small roads between Front and Broadway, two are named: Beaver Street, Dewey Path. Unmarked Road (now Gully Road). Includes Atlantic House, Church, Ocean View House, Ocean View House Annex, Passenger Station, Board Walk, Cottages, Railroad, Grocery, Fish & Bath Houses, Work Shop, Sconset Exchange House, Market, Tin and Wood
  • Sheet 15 Map of Siasconset, 1898.
    Morry Lane (now Morey Lane), Evelyn Street, Grand Avenue (now Cottage Avenue), Pochick Street, Hill Street (now Magnolia Avenue), Grand Avenue, Laurel Avenue, Ocean Avenue, Baxter’s Road, Nosegay Avenue, Shell Street (also now Sankaty Road), unmarked roads include Butterfly Lane. Streets that no longer appear include Bank Edge and Cottage Place.

4 October 1904

  • Sheet 1 – index Index to the 1904 Nantucket Sanborn maps.Water facilities, Wannacomet Water Co. (private) Water supply from Wannacomet pond. Reservoir of 50000 galls. capacity. Two miles West of Square, 104 ft. above high tide, filled by one Worthington Duplex pump of 1 ½ million galls. capacity and one Blake Duplex pump, capacity 750 galls per minute, run by gasoline engine. 10 miles of water pipes. Pipes laid in 1879, with exception of the extensions laid since that date. 60 hydrants, pressure 75 lbs per sq inch at square. Fire department 225 men paid yearly salary. Fireman stationed in tower of Unitarian Church from 10 PM to 5 AM. A light in tower used as signal to indicate location of fire. On stormy nights in winter, 20 men act as special watchmen. Three hand engine. Five independent hose carts. Two hook and ladder trucks. One steam fire engine, 8000 ft. of hose. One hand and one chemical engine at Siasconset.
  • Sheet 2 Map of Nantucket, 1904.
    Indian Ave, Lincoln Ave, Spring Street, Jefferson Ave, Beach Ave (Now Capaum Rd.), Highland Ave, Moores Ave (Now Mooers Street), Nantucket Ave, Cabot Ave (Now Cabot Lane), Grant Ave (Now Cabot Lane), North Street (Now Cliff Rd). Includes Vetnor Cottage, The Binnacle Cottage, Cliff Cottage, The Fish Cottage, Twowinnet 1780, The Retreat, Cliff-Side, Franklin Cottage, Oneona Cottage, Washington Cottage, Cliff Haven, Maplewood Cottage, Onaway Cottage, Bonne Castle, Broadview Cottage.
  • Sheet 3 Map of Nantucket, 1904.
    North Street (Cliff Road), Centre Street, Chester St, Lily Street, West Centre Street (Now West Chester Street), Sunset Hill Street Includes Manchester Cottage, Bleak House, Nirvana House, Hand Laundry, Wash House, Hen House, Sea Cliff House, Sea Cliff House Annex.
  • Sheet 4 Map of Nantucket, 1904.
    North Beach Street, South Beach Street, Easton Street, North Water Street, Sea Street, Step Lane, Centre Street, Chester Street, North Street (Now Cliff Road), Lily Street, West Centre Street (Now West Chester Street) Features includes Camp Dewey, Brooklyn Cottage, Olympia Cottage, Point Breeze Hotel, Glen Cottage, Antique Shop, Mattress Factory, Springfield House, Springfield House Annex No. 1 and 2, Underwood Hall (noted as old and unused), Veranda House, the “Homestead”.
  • Sheet 5 Map of Nantucket, 1904.
    Lily Street, Centre Street, North Liberty Street, Church Street (Now Church Court), Academy Ave (Now Academy Lane), Gay Street, Quince Street, Hussey Street, Pearl Street (Now India Street) Includes First Congregational Church, Idle Hours Cottage, The Hillside, Pitman House, hand engine and hook and ladder truck, The Fond Lily, Antique furnature, School House, The Summit.
  • Sheet 6 Map of Nantucket, 1904.
    North Water Street, South Water Street, Broad Street, South Beach Street, Salom Street (Now Whalers Lane), Sea Street, Oak Street, Chestnut Street, East Chestnut Street, Federal Street, Ash Street, Ash Lane, Step Lane, Quince Street, Hussey Street, Pearl Street and Lower Pearl Street (Now India Street), Center Street Includes Steamboat Freight House, Steamboat Wharf, Hayden’s Bath Rooms, Athletic Club House, C.S. Folger Livery, Wagon House, Carriage House, Harbor View, Boats & Oilcloth suits, Merry Go Round, The Carriage Shop, Marine Apparatus, The Gables, Nesbitt House, Public Library and Museum (1st floor) Atheneum (2ndfloor), Ocean House, Wall Paper and Paint Shop, Fish Houses, Humane Society, Curiosity Shop, People’s Baptist Church, Robert’s House
  • Sheet 7 Map of Nantucket, 1904.
    Main Street, Vestal Street, Bloom Street, Saratoga Street (Now Quaker Road), North Liberty Street, Pearl Street (Now India Street), Hussey Street, Lily Street Includes House of Correction, Jail (now Old Gaol), Pinkhams Court, White City Bath House.
  • Sheet 8 Map of Nantucket, 1904.
    Main Street, Howard Street, Gardner Street, Liberty Street, Winter Street, Milk Street, Pleasant Street, Summer Street, Trader’s Lane, Pine Street, High Street, Risdale Street (Now New Dollar Street) Includes Hand Engine Hosecarts, First Baptist Church, Coffin School
  • Sheet 9 Map of Nantucket, 1904.
    Pearl Street (Now India Street), Centre Street, Liberty Street, Winter Street, Main Street, North Liberty, Walnut Lane, Fair Street, Pine Street, Trader’s Lane, Ray’s Court, Orange Street, School Street, Charter Street, Mooer’s Avenue (Now Judith Chase Lane), Martins Lane Includes Carriage House, Ice Cream Parlor, M.E. Church, Jewelry Hall, Pacific National Bank, Vacant Bakery, D.G. & Clo., Nantucket Historical Society, Unitarian Church, The Holiday Inn, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.
  • Sheet 10 Map of Nantucket, 1904.
    Main Street, Whale Street (Now New Whale Street), Coffin Street, Candle Street, Salem Street, Union Street, Orange Street, Washington Street, Pearl Street (Now India Street), Cambridge Court (Now Cambridge Street), Federal Street Includes Shingle and Lumber Store House, Grist Mill, C.C. Crosby Coal Yard, W.T. Swain Lumber Yard, Nantucket Gas and Electric Light Company, U.S. Weather Bureau, Bowling Alley and Pool Room, A.R. Depot, Catholic Church, Candy & News, Fume & W.R., Masonic Hall, Stoves & Tin Shop, Telephone Office, Express Office, Off & Bank, Statny (stationary?), Turkish Bazaar, J. Killen & Son, Straight Wharf, Old North Wharf, Commercial Wharf, Nantucket Harbor
  • Sheet 11 Map of Nantucket, 1904.
    Saratoga Street, Prospect Street, Mount Vernon Street, Milk Street, Vestal Street, Mill Street (Now New Mill Street), New Mill Street (Now Mill Street), Risdale Street (Now New Dollar Lane), Joy Street, Candlehouse Lane Includes Teammore Cottage, Nantucket County Alms House, Joyous Nest, Mill View Cottage, Hen House.
  • Sheet 12 Map of Nantucket, 1904.
    Orange Street, Fair Street, Pine Street, Pleasant Street, Martins Lane, Plumb Lane, Charter Street, Millers Lane, Darling Street, Farmer Street, Lyons Street, High Street, Starbuck’s Court (Now Starbuck Court), New Mill Street (Now Mill Street), Candlehouse Lane, Angola Street, South Mill Street, Risdale Street (Now New Dollar Lane) Includes Green House, W. Mill Tower.
  • Sheet 13 Map of Nantucket, 1904.
    Orange Street, Union Street, Washington Street, Stone Ave (Now Stone Alley), Coffin Street, Plumb Lane, Whale Street (Now New Whale Street), Flora Street, Fayette Street Includes Nantucket Ice Company, Slaughter House, Commercial Wharf, Nantucket Harbor, Public School, Observation deck, railroad, fish houses.
  • Sheet 14 Map of Nantucket, 1904.
    Pleasant Street, Pine Street, Fair Street, Orange Street, South Mill, Lyon Street, Silver Street, Eagle Lane, Jefferson Street, Atlantic Avenue, Prospect Street, West Dover Street, York Street, Warren Street, New Street, Coon Street, Cottage Court Includes Fire Station, Colored Baptist Church (now the African Meeting House)
  • Sheet 15 Map of Nantucket, 1904.
    Orange Street, Union Street, Washington Street, Silver Street, West Dover Street, York Street, Cottage Court, Warren Street, New Street, Spring Street, Beaver Street, Coon Street, York Street, Dover Street (Now East Dover Street), Weymouth Street, Mulberry Street, Flora Street, Fayette Street, Cherry Street, Back Street. Unnamed streets include Williams Street. Includes Undertaker, Barber
  • Sheet 16 Map of Nantucket, 1904.
    Easton Street, Hulbert Street, James Street, Henry Street, Walsh Street, William Street (Now Willard Street), Everett Street (Now Non- existent), John Street (Now Non-existent) Includes Brant Point Light House, Nantucket Hotel, Auburn Cottage, Cottage of Content, “Driftwood”
  • Sheet 17 Map of Siasconset, 1904.
    Baxter Road, Bank Edge, Nosegay Ave, Shell Street, Cottage Place (Now non-existent), Unnamed Roads include Sankaty Road and Butterfly Lane. Includes Lisnahoe Cottage, Alabama Cottage.
  • Sheet 18 Map of Siasconset, 1904.
    Shell Street, Centre Street, Broadway Street, Front Street, Main Street, Park Street (Now Park Lane), Chapel Street, McKinley Avenue, Gully Road, Clam Street (Now King Street), Dewey Path (Now non- existent), Beaver street (Now non-existent) Includes Atlantic House, Casino, Ocean View House, Church, Ocean View House Annex, Nantucket Central, Boardwalk.
  • Sheet 19 Map of Siasconset, 1904.
    Mowry Lane, McKinley Ave, Evelyn Street, Ash Street (Now Carew Lane), Linden Street (Now Linden Lane), Hawthorne Street (Now Hawthorne Ave), Ocean Park (Now Carew Lane), Pockick Street, Laurel Avenue, Grand Avenue (Now Cottage Avenue), Hills Street (Now Magnolia Avenue), Ocean Avenue Includes Beach House, Bleak House.

5 August 1909

  • Sheet 1 – index Index to the 1909 Nantucket Sanborn maps.Population 3000 in winter, 7500 in summer Prevailing winds, N.W. in winter, S.W. in summer WATER FACILITIES Water supplied by the Wannacomet Water Co. (private). Iron stand pipe 30’ x 80’ capacity 433,014 gals bottom of tank 61 ft above low water mark, and is supplied by springs and by Wannacomet Pond. (area 8 acres). Water pumped to stand pipe by two Fairbank Morse gasoline pumps and engines, of 16 HP – 300 gals per minute, and one Worthington steam pump capacity 500 gals per minute. Stand pipe located two miles West of town and connected (1879) by 8” water pipe and (1901) by 10” water pipe, 11 miles of water pipes 4” to 10” diam. 53 double hydrants 12’ triple hydrants. Average pressure 40 to 50 lbs. Direct fire pressure 75 lbs per sq inch. FIRE DEPARTMENT 196 men paid ten dollars annually to each, two firemen twenty dollars each and five fire wardens fifty dollars each, and two engineers ninety dollars each per annum. Gamewell fire alarm system installed 1907, 23 boxes. Two steam fire engines. Two hand engines. One chemical engine. Seven 2 wheel hose carts. Two hook and ladder trucks. 6000 ft. 2 ½” standard hose. From the above, the following is located at Siasconset. 30 men one hand engine, one chemical engine, 500 ½ ft 2 ½ standard hose.
  • Sheet 2 Map of Nantucket, 1909.
    Jefferson Avenue, Spring Street, Indian Avenue, Lincoln Avenue, Beach Avenue (now Cobblestone Hill), Grant Avenue, Cabot Avenue (now Cabot Lane), North Road (now Cliff Road), Highland Avenue, Mooers Avenue. Features include: The Crossways, Twowinnet 1780, The Binnacle Cottage, The Barnacle and Genesta Lodges.
  • Sheet 3 Map of Nantucket, 1909.
    North Street, Centre Street, Chester Street, Lily Street, West Chester Street (formerly named West Center Street), Sunset Hill Street. Features include: Fire department hose carts, The Livery, Wood Villa, Sea Cliff Inn, Br. Bst, Annex, Hand Laundry.
  • Sheet 4 Map of Nantucket, 1909.
    South Beach Road, North Beach Road, Easton Road, North Avenue, North Water Street, Step Lane, Sea Street, Chester Street, Centre Street, Lily Street. Features include: Veranda House, Ye Brass Kettle, Cloverside, Springfield Hotel, Springfield Hotel Annex No. 1, Springfield Hotel Annex No. 2, The Anchorage, Point Breeze Hotel, Camp Dewey.
  • Sheet 5 Map of Nantucket, 1909.
    Lily Street, Church Street, Centre Street, Academy Avenue, Academy Lane, Church Lane (now Church Court), Sunset Pass (now Snake Road), Westminster Street, Broad Street, Gay Street, Quince Street, Hussey Street, Pearl Street (now India Street), Liberty Street, unknown road between the corner of Lily and Centre marked “path.” Features include: The Winslow, The Wiz Fish, Nantucket Fire Dept. Store Engine Store Room, Pitman Hotel, The Waverly Hotel, The Hillside, Academy Hill School House, First Congregational Church, Old North Vestry.
  • Sheet 6 Map of Nantucket, 1909.
    South Beach Road, Broad Street, Old North Wharf Street, Salom Street (now Whaler’s Lane), Sea Street, Step Lane, South Water Street, East Chestnut Street (now Chestnut Street), Oak Street, Lower Pearl Street (now India Street), Federal Street, Chestnut Street, Quince Street, Hussey Street, Centre Street, Cambridge Street, Ash Street, Ash Lane.Features include: Ocean House Hotel, Nesbitt Hotel, Curiosity Shop, Public Library & Museum, Atheneum Hall, Humane Society #50, jewelry, bakery, The Two Orphans, Casino. Red Men’s Hall, Moving Pictures, Acentilen’s Gab Machine, Boston Marines Underwriters’ Apparatus, Hayden’s Hot Sea Water Baths, Nantucket Athletic Club (with lawn tennis courts), Passenger Station, Boat Builder, Boatsail Oilcloth Suite, Nantucket Central Railroad.
  • Sheet 7 Map of Nantucket, 1909.
    Madaket Road, Main Street, Russell Square (now Canton Circle), Saratoga Road (now Quaker Road), Vestal Street, Bloom Street, North Liberty Street, Lily Street, Hussey Street.Features include: House of Corrections, Old Jail, N. E. Lowell Contractors Storage, Cliff Beach Bath Houses, Kealsewe Oil Storage.
  • Sheet 8 Map of Nantucket, 1909.
    North Liberty Street, Liberty Street, Howard Avenue, Howard Street, Gardner Street, Main Street, Milk Street, Mill Street, Pleasant Street, Summer Street, Pine Street, Charter Street, Hiller’s Lane, High Street, Starbucks Court (now Starbuck Court), Risdale Street, Trader’s Lane, Bloom Street.Features include: Astronomical Observatory, plumber, First Baptist Church, The Elms, Monument Square Soldiers & Sailors Monument, Island Home, The Coffin School, St. Paul’s Rectory, Fire Dept., Willard Hall W.C.T.U. (Woman’s Christian Temperance Union)
  • Sheet 9 Map of Nantucket, 1909.
    Pearl Street (now India Street), North Liberty Street, Centre Street, Liberty Street, Walnut Lane, Winter Street, Rose Lane, Trader’s Lane, Summer Street, Ray’s Court, Pine Street, Fair Street, Orange Street, Martins Lane, Charter Street, School Street, Mooers Avenue (now Judith Chase Lane), unmarked road (now Lucretia Mott Lane).Features include: The Holiday Inn, Hayden’s Bath Houses, Nantucket Historical Society, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Unitarian Church, The Inquirer & Mirror Newspaper, Telegraph Office, Pacific National Bank, The Nantucket Industrial Union Jewelry Hall, Methodist Church, Ice Cream Parlor, Herman H. Vooreweld Florist & Greenhouse, Carriage House, Cathcart House.
  • Sheet 10 Map of Nantucket, 1909.
    Old North Wharf Street, Main Street, Salem Street (now Cambridge Street), Whale Street, Old South Wharf Street, Coffin Street, Candle Street (now Coal Street), South Water Street, Union Street, Washington Street, Pearl Street (now India Street), Federal Street, Centre Street, Orange Street, Liberty Street, Martin’s Lane, Rose Lane, Stone Alley, Cambridge Court, Coal Lane.Features include: Fire Department, furniture store, drugstore, market, moving pictures, barber, YWCA, telephone exchange, drugstore, barber, bicycles, Sherburne Hall, furniture, Union Club, fruit store, St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church, meat, fish market, barber, Smith’s Hall, News Hall, Chinese laundry, plumber, antique furniture, Town offices, boardinghouse, Nantucket Gas & Electric Light Company, Coal & Wood Sheds, Bowling Alley, pool room, Progress Hall, blacksmith & wheel wright, Pease, Lime & Lumber Warehouse, boathouse, Feed, Grain, & Hay, J. Killen & Son Coal Yard, Nantucket Central Railroad Steam Locomotive Line, Kindling Wood Factory, cordwood, Ice House, Old Mill Brand Boneless Fish Company, marine railway.
  • Sheet 11 Map of Nantucket, 1909.
    Orange Street, Vestal Street, Saratoga Street (now Quaker Road), Milk Street, Mt. Vernon Street, Prospect Street, Poet’s Corner (now apparently nonexistent), Joy Street, Risdale Street (now New Dollar Lane), Mill Street (now New Mill Street), New Mill Street (now Mill Street), unmarked road (now Copper Road), unmarked road (now Green Lane).Features include: Island Home Laundry, Mt. Vernon Cemetery, Our Island Home Nantucket County Alms House, Poets Corner.
  • Sheet 12 Map of Nantucket, 1909.
    Orange Street, Fair Street, Charter Street, School Street, Hiller’s Lane, Darling Street, Farmer Street, Lyons Street (now Lyon Street), Jefferson Street (now Jefferson Lane), Pine Street, Pleasant Street, High Street, Risdale Street (now New Dollar Lane, Starbucks Court (now Starbuck Court), New Mill Street (now Mill Street), Candlehouse Street, Angola Street. Unnamed roads include Twin Street, Tattle Court.Features include: Moors End wiwth greenhouse, basketmaking, home bakery.
  • Sheet 13 Map of Nantucket, 1909.
    Stone Alley, Orange Street, Union Street, Coffin Street, Whale Street (now New Whale Street), Washington Street, Commercial Wharf, Fayette Street, Flora Street, Lyons Street, Gorham’s Court, unmarked street off Orange Street where school was located, Quanato Terrace (now Cash’s Court), Plumb Lane, Martins Lane.Features include: U.S. Weather Bureau, steel signal tower, public school, Town Hall & Courthouse No. 2, barbershop, Nantucket Central Railroad Locomotive House, cobbler, Nantucket Central Railroad Line, Palmer House, Commercial Fish Company.
  • Sheet 14 Map of Nantucket, 1909.
    South Mill Street, Pine Street, Lyons Street, Jefferson Street (now Jefferson Lane), Fair Street, Orange Street, Pleasant Street, Silver Street, Eagle Lane, West Dover Street, Dover Street (now East Dover Street), York Street, Prospect Street (now York Street), Atlantic Avenue, New Street, Warren Street, Coon Street, Cottage Court, Weymouth Street, Mulberry Street, Flora Street, Quatano Terrace (now Cash’s Court), unmarked road (now Boyer’s Alley).Features include: George Friend Painter & Glaizer, F.L. Williams Contractor, Baptist Church Negro (now African Meeting House), Fire Cistern, Fire Dept., Siasconset Stage Line Stables.
  • Sheet 15 Map of Nantucket, 1909.
    Fayette Street, unnamed streets (now Meader Street and Francis Street), Washington Street, Union Street, Flora Street, Mulberry Street, Waymouth Street (now Weymouth Street), Silver Street, West Dover Street, Dover Street (now East Dover Street), York Street, Cottage Court, Warren Street, New Street, Coon Street, Beaver Street, Spring Street.Features include: Nantucket Harbor, Nantucket Central Railroad Line (steam locomotive), J. Parlow Junk Dealer, undertaker, fish houses.
  • Sheet 16 Map of Nantucket, 1909.
    Warren Street, New Street, Back Street, Pleasant Street, Spring Street, Orange Street, 201 ½ Street (now Williams Street), Cherry Street. Includes two unnamed roads: Bear Lane and Bear Street. Inset: South Mill Street, Prospect Street (now split into York Street); Inset: Straight Wharf; Inset: Old South WharfFeatures include: Fire Dept. Hose Cart No. 11, Nantucket Central Railroad Line, Contractor’s Stables, Old Mill, Alfonso Hall, J. Killen & Son Coal Yard, Nantucket Harbor, William T. Swain & Company Grain Elevator & Coal Yard, Cash Coal Company, Nantucket Steam Laundry.
  • Sheet 17 Map of Nantucket, 1909.
    Everett Street (now possibly Sandy Drive), Hulbert Street, Easton Street, Hulbert Street, Henry Street, James Street, Walsh Street, William Street (now Willard Street).Features include: Brant Point, Driftwood Hotel, South Range Light & boardwalk, light tower, not used (old Brant Point Lighthouse) Nantucket Harbor, Nantucket Sound, North Range Light.
  • Sheet 18 Map of Nantucket, 1909.
    Commercial Wharf, Steamboat Wharf, Wauwinet located 6 miles N.E. of Nantucket.Features include: Nantucket Harbor, New Bedford, Martha’s Vineyard, and Nantucket Steamboat Company, Nantucket Central Railroad Line, New York Yacht Club Station No. 11. Wauwinet House, Steel Frame Windmill and Water Tank, Dancing Pavilion, pier
  • Sheet 19 Map of Siasconset, 1909.
    Siasconset. Rosalty’s Lane (now Rosaly’s Lane), Butterfly Lane, Baxter’s Road, Road to Sankaty’s Head (now Sankaty Road), Nosegay Avenue (now Nosegay Lane), Shell Street, Cottage Place, Bank Edge (now gone)Features include: 60’ high sand cliff, Fire Dept., Evergreen House, windmill & water tank, windmill & water tower.
  • Sheet 20 Map of Siasconset, 1909.
    Clam Court (now King Street), Folger’s Court, Shell Street, Broadway Street, Centre Street (now Center Street), Park Street, Front Street, New Street, Chapel Street, Main Street, McKinley Avenue, Grand Avenue, Beaver Street, Dewey Path. Unmarked roads include: Elbow Lane and Gully Road.Features include: Nantucket Central Railroad Line and Depot Passenger Station, Ocean View Hotel, Ocean View Pumping Station, Fire Dept., boardwalk, gift shop, Sea Foam Laundry, tennis courts, Union Chapel, bowling, billiards, Siasconset Casino.
  • Sheet 21 Map of Siasconset, 1909.
    Mowry Lane (now Morey Lane), Ash Street (now Carew Lane), 220 (now Everett Lane), Evelyn Street, Lily Street, McKinley Avenue, Hawthorne Street (now Hawthorne Avenue), Linden Street (now Linden Lane), Ocean Park (now Carew Lane), Pochick Street, Hills Street (now Magnolia Avenue), Laurel Avenue, Ocean Avenue, Grand Avenue (now Cottage Avenue), Side Street (later School Street, now West Sankaty Road), Main Street.Features include: Beach House Hotel, Atlantic House.

1923

  • Sheet 1 – index Index to Sanborn maps for 1923.Population 10,000 in summer, 3000 in winter Prevailing winds, SW in summer, NW in winter Grades fairly level Streets paved Public lights electric No fire limits. WATER FACILITIES Water supplied by the Wannacomet Water Co., a private company. System installed in 1879. Iron stand pipe, cap’y 425,000 gals located two miles west of town, bottom 61 ft above low water mark. Stand pipe fed by springs and by Wannacomet Pond, area 8 acres. Water pumped to stand pipe by two Fairbanks-Morse gasoline pumps cap’s 300 gals and 500 gals per min. One Blake steam pump cap’y 250 gals and one Worthington steam pump, cap’y 500 gals per min which are seldom used. In addition to the above, two Fairbanks-Morse gasoline pumps cap’y 300 gals each permin which are used in summer only. Stand pipe connected to town mains by 8” pipe in 1879 and 10” pipe in 1901. 15 miles of water pipes 4” to 10” in diam 74 double hydrants. 25 triple hydrants. Pressure 40 lbs to 50 lbs. Direct fire pressure 75 lbs per sq inch. Average daily consumption 150,000 gals in winter, 600,000 gals in summer. FIRE DEPARTMENT 4 permanent men 155 call men. Two steam fire engines. Two hand engines at Siasconset. Three chemical auto trucks, one of which is at Siasconset. Two chemical hose auto wagons. Two hook & ladder trucks. 11 hose carts. Gomewell [?] fire alarm system, 25 boxes installed in 1907.
  • Sheet 2 Map of town of Nantucket, 1923.
    Lily Street, Church Street, Academy Lane, Church Lane, Church Street (now Church Court), Centre Street, Ash Street, Step Lane, Ash Lane, Sunset Pass (now Snake Road), Gay Street, Broad Street, Quince Street, Hussey Street, Pearl Street (now India Street), Westminster Street.Features include: Central Fire Department, studio, Academy Hill School House, First Congregational Church, Old North Vestry, The Summit, Idle Hours, Bonnie Hame.
  • Sheet 3 Map of town of Nantucket, 1923.
    Chester Street, Lily Street, Easton Street, South Beach Street, Sea Street, North Water Street, Centre Street, Step Lane, Ash Street, Ash Lane, Salom Street (now Whaler’s Lane), Broad Street, Academy Avenue, Gay Street, Quince Street, Hussey Street, Chestnut Street, East Chestnut Street, Federal Street, South Water Street, North Avenue.Features include: antiques shop, Nesbitt House, The Gables, Ocean House, garage/repair shop, Veranda House, Colonial Inn, Crest Hall, Onoma Inn
  • Sheet 4 Map of town of Nantucket, 1923.
    Sunset Pass (now Snake Lane), North Liberty Street, Lily Street, Gardner Street, Hussey Street, Pearl Street (now India Street), Sea Street, Salom Street (now Whaler’s Lane), South Beach Street, Broad Street, Oak Street, Easy Street, South Water Street, Steamboat Wharf. Unnamed streets include Brock’s CourtFeatures include: New Bedford, Martha’s Vineyard, and Nantucket Steamboat Line, restaurant, garage/repair shop, Human Society, Electric Light Repair Shop, Hayden’s Hot Sea Water Baths (to be removed), Nantucket Yacht Club, carpenter shop.
  • Sheet 5 Map of town of Nantucket, 1923.
    Hussey Street, Pearl Street (now India Street), Liberty Street, unmarked drive (now Liberty Lane), Gardner Street, Howard Street, Bloom Street, Main Street, Winter Street, Milk Street, Trader’s Lane, Pleasant Street, Summer Street, Brook’s Way (no longer in existence).Features include: First Baptist Church, The Coffin School.
  • Sheet 6 Map of town of Nantucket, 1923.
    Pearl Street (now India Street), Centre Street, Liberty Street, Winter Street, Walnut Lane, Main Street, Orange Street, Fair Street, Ray’s Court, Mooers Lane (now Judith Chase Lane), Trader’s Lane, Pine Street, Summer Street, Gardner’s Lane (now Lucretia Mott Lanae), School Street, Charter Street, Martins Lane, Gardner Court, Stone Alley, Rose Lane.Features include: Ship’s Inn, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Unitarian Church, Nantucket Historical Society, Telephone & Telegraph, Inquirer & Mirror Printing, Pacific National Bank, Methodist Church, Tyne Hame, Herman H. Vooreweld Florist.
  • Sheet 7 Map of town of Nantucket, 1923.
    Chestnut Street, East Chestnut Street, Centre Street, Pearl Street (now India Street), Loer Pearl Street (now India Street), Federal Street, South Water Street, Cambridge Street, Union Street, Easy Street, Oak Street, Old North Wharf, Madison Alley (now Madison Lane), Main Street, Orange Street, Main Street, Stone Alley, Gardner Court, Washington Street, Candle Street, Whale Street, Salem Street, Old South Wharf, Coffin Street, Coleman’s Court (now Coleman Lane and Independence Lane).Features include: fish Storage, Citizen’s Gas & Electric Light Company, garage/repair shop, paint shop, Post Office, Masonic Hall, Union Club, Fire Department, Smith’s Hall, Antiques Hall, furniture repairs, Vulcanizer, Pool Room & Bowling Alley, St. Mary’s Church, Herburn’s Hall, I.O.O.F. Hall, Casino Red Men’s Hall & Moving Pictures, bakery, public library and museum, Atheneum Hall, bakery, Robert’s House.
  • Sheet 8 Map of town of Nantucket, 1923.
    Old North Wharf, Main Street, Straight Wharf, Old South Wharf, Whale Street, Commercial Wharf, Washington Street.Features include: Barn’s Boat House, Peter’s Landing, Candle House Studio, Citizen’s Gas, Power, & Electric Company, Nantucket Boat Works, Island Service Company, J. Killen & Company Lumber, Ice, Mason’s Supplies, iron gasometer.
  • Sheet 9 Map of town of Nantucket, 1923.
    Main Street, Gardner Street, Milk Street, Vestal Street, New Dollar Lane, Summer Street, Trader’s Lane, Pine Street, School Street, Gardner Lane, Charter Street, Hiller’s Lane, Starbuck Court (now Starbucks Court), Darling Street, High Street, Pleasant Street, Mill Street, Angora Street (now Candlehouse Lane), Angola Street, North Mill Street, South Mill Street, Meader’s Lane (now Lyon Street), Twin Street, Pine Street, Farmer Street.Features include: ice cream parlor, Soldiers & Sailors Monument.
  • Sheet 10 Map of town of Nantucket, 1923.
    Martins Lane, Charter Street, Pine Street, Hiller’s Lane, Plumb Lane, Orange Street, Darling Street, Tattle Court, Farmer Street, Fair Street, Gorham’s Court, Clisby Court (no longer in existence), Quanato Court (now Cash’s Court), Twin Street, Lyons Street, Meader’s Lane (now Lyon Street), Lyons Street (now Lyon Street), South Mill Street, Pleasant Street, Jefferson Lane, Eagle Lane, Silver Street, Mulberry Street, Flora Street. Missing: Pump LaneFeatures include: Fire Department steamer no. 1, The Woodbox, Sunnyside Inn.
  • Sheet 11 Map of town of Nantucket, 1923.
    Commercial Wharf, Whale Street (now New Whale Street), Candle Street, Washington Street, Coffin Street, Stone Alley, Martin’s Lane, Plumb Lane, Orange Street, Union Street, Gorham’s Court, Clisby Court (no longer in existence), Andrews Court (no longer in existence), Fayette Street, Lyons Street, Quatano Court (now Cash’s Court), Flora Street.Features include: carpenter, antiques, U.S. Weather Bureau, School (first floor) Courthouse (second floor), Nantucket Harbor, studio, The Chopping Bowl Summer Restaurant
  • Sheet 12 Map of town of Nantucket, 1923.
    Pine Street, Silver Street, Orange Street, Pleasant Street, Weymouth Street, Dover Street (now East Dover Street), West Dover Street, York Street, West York Street (now York Street), Atlantic Avenue, Warren Street, New Street, Coon Street, Beaver Street, Back Street, unmarked lane (now Boyers Alley), Cottage Court.Features include: cement block manufacturing.
  • Sheet 13 Map of town of Nantucket, 1923.
    Flora Street, Mulberry Street, Orange Street, Silver Street, Weymouth Street, Union Street, Fayette Street, Washington Street, Atlantic Avenue (now Meader Street), Francis Street, Dover Street (now East Dover Street), West Dover Street, York Street, Cottage Street, Coon Street, Beaver Street, Spring Street, Andrews Court (no longer in existence).Features include: Fish shacks, Nantucket harbor
  • Sheet 14 Map of town of Nantucket, 1923.
    Spring Street, Back Street, Pleasant Street, Williams Street (was 201 ½), Orange Street, Cherry Street, Bear Way, Bear Street, unnamed road (now Goose Pond Road)Features include: Fire Department hose cart house, Vacant Car Barn, Alfonso Hall.
  • Sheet 15 Map of town of Nantucket, 1923.
    North Mill Street, Angola Street, South Mill Street, Meader’s Lane (now Lyon Street), Jefferson Lane, Pleasant Street, Silver Street, West Dover Street, West York Street, York Street, York Lane (now West York Lane), Atlantic Avenue.Features include: The Old Mill.
  • Sheet 16 Map of town of Nantucket, 1923.
    Saratoga Street (now Quaker Road), Milk Street, Silver Street, Green Street, Vestal Street, New Dollar Lane, New Mill Street, Mill Street, Joy Street, Angola Street, North Mill Street, Prospect Street, [inset] Mt. Vernon Street.Features indlude: Mt. Vernon Cemetery, Appleton’s Garage, D & Hand Laundry, Auld Lang Syne Cottage. Poet’s Corner
  • Sheet 17 Map of town of Nantucket, 1923.
    New Lane, Main Street, Madaket Road, Russell Square (now Caton Circle), Vestal Street, Saratoga Street (now Quaker Road), West Silver Street (now Copper Road), Milk Street, State Road (now Milestone Road).Features include: Wannacomet Water Works, Wyers Valley Pumping Station, Teachmore Cottage, Friends Burying Ground (or Quaker Cemetery), Melrose Cottage, Russell Homestead.
  • Sheet 18 Map of town of Nantucket, 1923.
    Brook’s Way, Main Street, Bloom Street, Vestal Street, Milk Street, Gardner Lane, New Dollar Lane, Saratoga Street (now Quaker Road), North Silver Street (now Copper Lane), West Silver Street (now Copper Lane), Green Street, New Mill Street, [inset] Orange Street.Features include bakery, Old Jail (Old Gaol), House of Corrections, Free Scientific Library (now Maria Mitchell Association Library), Astronomical Observatory, Our Island Home, road supplies.
  • Sheet 19 Map of town of Nantucket, 1923.
    Nantucket Street, Grant Street, Cabbot Street (now Cabot Road), Old Cliff Road (now Cliff Road), Charles Street, North Beach Road, Dix Street, Walsh Street, Johnson Street, James Street, Tideway Road, South Beach Street, Easton Street, Chester Street, North Water Street, North Avenue, North Street, Centre Street, Lily Street, Chester Lane, Sunset Hill Road (now Sunset Hill Lane), Chester Street, Oak Street (now Galen Avenue), Lincoln Street (now East Lincoln Avenue). Unmarked roads include Wyer’s Lane, now Kite Hill Lane, Cornish Street, Swain Street, Walsh Street, [inset] West Chester Street.Features include: Safe Harbor Cottage, Point Breeze Hotel, Locust Cottage, The Homestead Cottage, Cozy Work Cottage, Indeacute Cottage, Nantucket Cottage Hospital, The Hill Crest Cottage, Cliff Cottage, Hirvana Cottage, Oldest House, Wood Villa Cottage, Sea Cliff Inn, Fire Dept. hose cart, garage/repair shop, Cliff Haven Cottage, Broadview Cottage, Bonnie Castle Cottage, Edgecliff Cottage, Onaway Cottage.
  • Sheet 20 Map of town of Nantucket, 1923.
    Charles Street, N. Beach Street, Dix Street, Hulbert Street, Walsh Street, Johnson Street, James Street, Henry Street, William Street (now Willard Street), George Street, Orr Street (now Galen Ave), Lincoln Avenue, Roadway Street (now Swain Street), Easton Street, John Street, Hulbert Street.Features include: Lowell’s Bath Houses, The White Elephant, Light Tower, Cottages: Saltaire, Maricotte, Wyntewade, Norfolk Lodge, Quiet Corner, Fairwind, Poin-Settir, Munno-Hannit, Snugenuf, Sultus, Tideway, Beach Haven, Leedsmere, Sandyside.
  • Sheet 21 Map of town of Nantucket, 1923.
    Capaum Street, Lincoln Ave, Jefferson Avenue, North Beach Street, Highland Street, Mooer’s Avenue, Nantucket Street, Cliff Road, Grant AvenueFeatures include: The Binnacle, Bath Houses, Cliff Beach Bath Houses, Cottages: Westerley, The High Priority, Sea Crest, Cliff Side, Four Winds, Oversea, Steven Doors, Fair View Lodge, Kill All Care, Rosemary, The Crossway, Albatross, Oneonta, Genesta Lodge, Ventnor, North Star.
  • Sheet 22 Map of Siasconset, 1923.
    Sankaty Head Road, Baxter’s Road, Coffin Road.Features and cottages include: Sankaty Head Golf Club, Sankaty Head Light House, lighthouse keepers house. Cottages include: Mayflower, Canoapa, Flag Ship, Sunny Cliff, Hollow by the Flare, Mooreland.
  • Sheet 23 Map of Siasconset, 1923.
    Rosalty’s Lane (now Rosaly’s Lane), Baxter’s Road, Butterfly Lane, Shell Street, Nosegay Avenue, Cottage Place, Cottage Street, Broadway Street, unnamed roads include Emily StreetFeatures and cottages include: Fire Department. Cottages include: Bide-A-Wee, Helmartom, Lisnahoe, Y. Mort, Alabama, The Braes, La Petite Cottage, The Sea Breeze, Insel Rune, Blink Bonnie, Idlemore, Napahwin.
  • Sheet 24 Map of Siasconset, 1923.
    New Street, Clam Street (now King Road), Folger’s Court, Shell Street, Center Street, Broadway Street, Front Street, Park Street, Main Street, Chapel Street, McKinley Avenue, Grand Avenue, Gully Road, Ocean Avenue. Small roads no longer on current map include: Beaver Street, Gardener Street, Grant Street, Marion Street, Tucker Street, Mitchell Street, Cottage CourtFeatures and cottages include: Auto Houses, Tea Room, Well, Siasconset Casino, Union Chapel, Post Office, Lodge, Gift Shop, Sea Form Laundry, Cottages; Sherwood, Beehives, Solid Comfort, Corner Cupboard, After Cabin, Come-A-Board, Castle Sand Box, Hop Echest, Bob-Kat, Drift Wood, Martin Box, Nomantum, Columbia, Hermit’s Ease, Castle Band Box, Daisy, The Maples, House of Lords, Mizzentor, Snugharbor, Mrs. Brown, Auld Lang Syne, Look Out, Kaitiezie, Big Sunflower, Hightide
  • Sheet 25 Map of Siasconset, 1923.
    Burnell Street, New Street, Sankaty Street, Bunker Hill Avenue, School Street (formerly Side Street, now West Sankaty Road), Main Street, Morey Lane, McKinley AvenueFeatures include: Storage, R. H. Coffin Coal and Wood, Sunnyside, Siasconset School.
  • Sheet 26 Map of Siasconset, 1923.
    Morey Lane, Lily Street, Evelyn Street, Miner Street (now Everett Lane), Carew Lane, McKinley Avenue, Grand Avenue, Cottage Avenue, Laurel Avenue, Magnolia Avenue, Pochick Avenue, Linden Avenue, Hawthorne Avenue, Ocean Avenue. Unnamed roads include Low Beach Road and Underhill LaneCottages include: Beach House, Cottages: Aloha, Martins in the Field, The Rambler, Ye Crowe Nest, The Captain’s Gig, The Observatory, The Bosuns Bunt, Multum In Paryo, The Snuggery, Ye Nutte Shell, Ye Caboose, Ye Doll House, Hate to Quit, The Helm, The Anchorage, The Albratross, The Knoll, Kansas Dugout, Divine Land, Cross Rip, Seaways, Poneman, Jog-A-Long, Bleak House, The Sheiling, The Lassa, Nobody Home, Obe Lazy, Wild Wave, Swiss Cottage, Ingleneum, Cottage Home, Nebsho, Genesee Lodge, Ville Margeruite, Sleepy Hollow, Mata Top, Ospray, Nippontucket, Ye Double Decker, Guarter Deck, Matucket, Ye House That Jack Built, China Closet
  • Sheet 27 Map of Wauwinet Area, 1923.
    No marked streets. Includes Wauwinet Hotel, Dancing Pavillion

1923 and 1949

  • Sheet 1 – index Index to the 1904 Nantucket Sanborn maps.Water facilities, Wannacomet Water Co. (private) Water supply from Wannacomet pond. Reservoir of 50000 galls. capacity. Two miles West of Square, 104 ft. above high tide, filled by one Worthington Duplex pump of 1 ½ million galls. capacity and one Blake Duplex pump, capacity 750 galls per minute, run by gasoline engine. 10 miles of water pipes. Pipes laid in 1879, with exception of the extensions laid since that date. 60 hydrants, pressure 75 lbs per sq inch at square. Fire department 225 men paid yearly salary. Fireman stationed in tower of Unitarian Church from 10 PM to 5 AM. A light in tower used as signal to indicate location of fire. On stormy nights in winter, 20 men act as special watchmen. Three hand engine. Five independent hose carts. Two hook and ladder trucks. One steam fire engine, 8000 ft. of hose. One hand and one chemical engine at Siasconset.
  • Sheet 2 Map of Nantucket, 1949
    Lily Street, Centre Street, Church Street (Now Church Court), Academy Lane, Gay Street, Quince Street, Hussey Street, Pearl Street (Now India Street), Broad Street, Westminster Street, Sunset Pass (Now Snake Road), Church Lane (Now Church Court), Step Lane, Ash Street, Ash Lane, Broad Street Includes Bennet Hall, First Congregational Church, Old North Vestry, Idle Hours, North School, India House, Pitman House, Ocean House Lodge
  • Sheet 3 Map of Nantucket, 1949
    Chester Street, Easton Street, North Ave (Now Cliff Road), Centre Street, Step Lane, Sea Street, North Water Street, South Beach Street, Ash Street, Ash Lane, Whaler’s Lane, Broad Street, Federal Street, Chestnut Street, East Chestnut Street (Now Chestnut Street), Academy Avenue, Gay Street, Quince Street, Hussey Street, Lily Street Includes Idlewild, Linger Longer, Hotel Overlook, Step Lane Cottage, Next Door, The Gables, The Ocean House, The Nesbit Inn, Central Fire Station, Information Bureau, Museum, Sewer Station, Harbour House
  • Sheet 4 Map of Nantucket, 1949
    North Liberty, Grove Lane, Lily Street, Sunset Pass (Now Snake Road), Gardner Street, Hussey Street, Pearl Street (Now India Street), Broadway Street (Now South Beach Street), Broad Street, Oak Street, Easy Street, South Water Street, South Beach Street, Salom Street (Now Whaler’s Lane), Sea Street Includes Polyhnna, Summer Cottage, Nantucket Yacht Club, Garage, Steamboat Wharf, New Bedford, Martha’s Vineyard, and Nantucket Steamboat Lines.
  • Sheet 5 Map of Nantucket, 1949
    Pearl Street (Now India Street), Liberty Street, Winter Street, Main Street, Howard Street, Milk Street, Bloom Street, Gardner Street, Pleasant Street, Summer Street, Trader’s Lane, Brooks Way (Now Non- existent) Unnamed streets include Liberty Lane Includes The Coffin School, Home For Aged People, First Baptist Church
  • Sheet 6 Map of Nantucket,
    1949
    Pearl Street (Now India Street), Rose Lane, Liberty Street, Centre Street, Main Street, Walnut Lane, Winter Street, Ray’s Court, Mooer’s Lane (Now Judith Chase Lane), Gardner’s Lane (Now Lucretia Mott Lane), School Street, Charter Street, Martins Lane, Orange Street, Fair Street, Summer Street, Pine Street, Trader’s Lane, Gardner’s Court, Stone Alley. Includes Tyne Hame, Herman H. Vooreweld Florist, Methodist Church, Pacific National Bank, Inquirer and Mirror Printing, Unitarian Church, Nantucket Historical Society, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Ships Inn, Martin Rox.
  • Sheet 7 Map of Nantucket, 1949
    Chestnut Street, East Chestnut Street (Now Chestnut Street), Oak Street, Lower Pearl Street (Now India Street), Cambridge Street, Union Street, Roadway (Now Non-existent), Pearl Street (Now India Street), Centre Street, Federal Street, Main Street, South Water Street, Easy Street, Old North Wharf, Liberty Street, Orange Street, Whale Street (Now New Whale Street), Washington Street, Candle Street, Salem Street, Spring Street (Now non-existent), Gardner’s Court, Stone Alley, Coffin Street, Coleman Court (Now Independence Lane), Cat Alley. Includes Roberts House, Public Library & Museum (1st floor), Atheneum (2nd floor), Hepburn’s Hall, Post Office, St. Mary’s Church, Smith’s Hall, Bakery, Dreamland Theatre, Nantucket Harbor, Tire Sales & Services, Telephone Exchange, Union Club, Bowling, Bank, Nantucket Gas & Electric Company, Auto Sales & Service, Commercial Wharf, American Legion, Dry Cleaners, filling station
  • Sheet 8 Map of Nantucket, 1949
    Whale Street (Now New Whale Street), Washington Street, Main Street Includes Old North Wharf, Straight Wharf, Old South Wharf, Commercial Wharf, Straight Wharf Theatre, Island Service Company, Gasoline, Oil, Fuel, & Kerosene Tanks, Nantucket Harbor, Lumber Storage Building, Ice Storage, Coal Bin, Boat Works, Nantucket Gas & Electric Company, Peter’s Landing, Harbor View, Candle House Studio, Barn’s Boat House
  • Sheet 9 Map of Nantucket, 1949
    Pleasant Street, Pine Street, Summer Street, High Street, Main Street, Milk Street, Gardner Street, Vestal Street, New Dollar Lane, Gardner Lane (Now Lucretia Mott Lane), School Street, Charter Street, Hiller’s Lane (Now Miller’s Lane), Darling Street, Starbuck Court, Farmer Street, Mill Street, North Mill Street (Now New Mill Street), Angora Street (Now Candlehouse Lane), Angola Street, South Mill Street, Twin Street, Lyon Street Includes Monument Square, Basket Shop, Moor’s End
  • Sheet 10 Map of Nantucket, 1949
    Pine Street, Fair Street, Orange Street, Pleasant Street, Hiller’s Lane (Now Miller’s Lane), High Street, Charter Street, Silver Street, Eagle Lane, Jefferson Lane, Lyon Street, Twin Street, Farmer Street, Tattle Court, Darling Street, South Mill Street, Lyon Street, Plumb Lane, Martin’s Lane, Gorham’s Court, Clisby Court (Now Non-existent), Quanato Court (Now Cash’s Court), Flora Street, Mulberry Street Includes “Sunny Side”, Fire Department, Carpenter
  • Sheet 11 Map of Nantucket, 1949
    Orange Street, Union Street, Washington Street, Martin’s Lane, Plumb Lane, Lyon Street, Stone Alley, Gorham’s Court, Quanato Court (Now Cash’s Court), Flora Street, Lafayette Street (Now Fayette Street), Andrew’s Court (Now non-existent), Coffin Street, Candle Street, Whale Street (Now New Whale Street) Includes Nantucket Harbor, Commercial Wharf
  • Sheet 12 Map of Nantucket, 1949
    Pleasant Street, Orange Street, Atlantic Avenue, Pine Street, West York Street (Now York Street), Weymouth Street, Dover Street (Now East Dover Street), Coon Street, Beaver Street, Silver Street, West Dover Street, York Street, Warren Street, New Street, Back Street Includes Carriage House
  • Sheet 13 Map of Nantucket, 1949
    Orange Street, Union Street, Washington Street, Silver Street, West Dover Street, Cottage Street (Now Cottage Court), Warren Street, Andrew’s Court (Now Non-existent), Flora Street, Weymouth Street, Mulberry Street, Dover Street (Now East Dover Street), York Street, Coon Street, Beaver Street, Spring Street, Lafayette Street (Now Fayette Street), Meader Street, Francis Street Includes Whiting Milk Company, Undertaker, Nantucket Boy’s Club, Nantucket Harbor
  • Sheet 14 Map of Nantucket, 1949
    Pleasant Street, Orange Street, Back Street, Williams Street, Cherry Street, Bear Street, Bear Way, Spring Street, Consue Street (Now Union Street) Includes Joseph M. Griffin Hall, Boat storage
  • Sheet 15 Map of Nantucket, 1949
    South Mill Street, North Mill Street, Pleasant Street, Prospect Street, South Prospect Street (Now Prospect Street), Atlantic Avenue, Angola Street, West York Street (Now York Street), York Street Court (Now West York Lane), West Dover Street, Silver Street, Jefferson Lane, Meader’s Lane (Now Lyon Street) Includes The Old Mill, Cyrus Pierce School Map of Nantucket, 1949 Milk Street, Prospect Street, Saratoga Street (Now Saratoga Lane), Green Street (Now Green Lane), North Silver Street (Now Copper Lane), Vestal Street, New Dollar Lane, Joy Street, New Mill Street, Mill Street, North Mill Street, Mount Vernon Street, Angola Street Includes Auld Lang Syne, Some View, Poet’s Corner, Mount Vernon Cemetery, Green House, Printer
  • Sheet 16 Map of Nantucket, 1949
    Milk Street, Prospect Street, Saratoga Street (Now Saratoga Lane), Green Street (Now Green Lane), North Silver Street (Now Copper Lane), Vestal Street, New Dollar Lane, Joy Street, New Mill Street, Mill Street, North Mill Street, Mount Vernon Street, Angola Street Includes Auld Lang Syne, Some View, Poet’s Corner, Mount Vernon Cemetery, Green House, Printer
  • Sheet 17 Map of Nantucket, 1949
    Main Street, New Lane, Madaket Road, Lowell Place, Quaker Road, Vestal Street, Milk Street, Saratoga Street (Now Quaker Road), West Silver Street (Now Copper Lane) Includes Melrose Cottage, Russel Homestead, Friends Burying Ground, MFG Cem. Blocks, Teachmore, Wannacomet Water Works, Wyer’s Valley Pumping Station
  • Sheet 18 Map of Nantucket, 1949
    Main Street, Bloom Street, Vestal Street, Milk Street, Gardner Street, New Dollar Lane, New Mill Street, Saratoga Street (Now Saratoga Lane), West Silver Street (Now Copper Lane), Copper Lane, Green Street (Now Green Lane), Orange Street, Brooks Way (Now Non- existent) Includes Our Island Home (Alms House), Astronomical Observatory, Free Science Library, Bakery, Jail, House of Correction, Carpenter, Rond Supplies
  • Sheet 19 Map of Nantucket, 1949
    North Beach Street, Old Cliff Road (Now Cliff Road), Walsh Street, Dix Street (Now Non-existent), Charles Street, James Street, Johnson Street, East Lincoln Avenue, Monomoy Avenue (Now Non-existent), Orr Street (Now Galen Avenue), Easton Street, Chester Street, Tideway Road (Now Mackay Way), Centre Street, West Chester Street, North Street, North Water Avenue, Sunset Hill Road, Ena Arbitrary (Now Wesco Place), Folgers Lane, Cabot Lane, Nantucket Avenue, Grant Avenue, Gull Island Lane Includes Onaway, Cliff Haven, Bonnie Castle, Broadview, Edgecliff, Sea Cliff Inn, Wood Villa, Hirvana, Kindercute, Gozy Work, The Homestead, Gordon Folger Hotel, Cliff Cottage, Auto Sales Service, Oldest House Museum, Nantucket Cottage Hospital
  • Sheet 20 Map of Nantucket, 1949
    Walsh Street, Charles Street, Hulbert Street, Johnson Street, James Street, Dix Street (Now Non-existent), North Beach Street, Henry Street, William Street (Now Willard Street), John Street (Now Non- existent), George Street (Now Sandy Drive), Easton Street, Orr Street (Now Galen Avenue), East Lincoln Avenue, Roadway Street (Now Swain Street) Includes Dunover, Sandyside, Sandanwede, Maricotte, Wyntewade, Saliaire, Nonfolk Lodge, Quiet Corner, Fairwind, Munno-Hannit, Poin- Settia, Snugenuf, Tidewey, The White Elephant Hotel, Driftwood, The Breakers Summer Hotel, Light Tower, Ardee
  • Sheet 21 Map of Nantucket, 1949
    Lincoln Avenue, Capaum Road, Indian Avenue, Jefferson Avenue, Pawguvet Lane, Beach Avenue (Cobblestone Hill), Grant Avenue, Old Cliff Road (Now Cliff Road), North Beach Street, North Liberty, Highland Avenue, Mooers Avenue, Nantucket Avenue Includes Westerly, The High Priory, Cliff Side, Sea Crest, Four Winds, Oversea, Cliff Side Bath Houses, Lincoln Park, Nan Hasit, Steven Doors, Ventnor, Rosemary, North Star, Fair View Lodge, Kill All Care, The Barnacli, The Crossways, Albatross, One CNTA, Cliff Beach, Royal’s Bath Houses, Nantucket Sound
  • Sheet 22 Map of Nantucket, 1949
    Baxter Road, Coffin Road (Now Coffin Street), Sankaty Head Road (Now Sankaty Street) Includes Sankaty Head Golf Club House, Mayflower, Canoapache, Flag Shir, Sunny Cliffe, Mooreland Cottage, Tiny Tim, The Hollow By The Flare, Keepers, Sankaty Head Lighthouse
  • Sheet 23 Map of Siasconset, 1949
    Rosalty’s Lane (Now Rosaly Lane), Baxter Road, Bank Edge (Now non- existent), Butterfly Lane, “Road to Sankaty Head” (Now Sankaty Road), Nosegay Avenue, Shell Street, Shell Street (Now Sankaty Road), Centre Street, Emily Street Includes Bide A Wee, Helmartom, Brush Gates, The Braes, Sankaty Lodge, Blink Bonnie, Idlemoor, Nepanwin, Insel Rune, The Sea Breeze, Plumbing Shop, Wesco, La Petite Cottage
  • Sheet 24 Map of Siasconset, 1949
    King Street, Shell Street, Folger Court, Centre Street, Broadway Street, Front Street, Main Street, Gully Road, Ocean Avenue, Grand Avenue, McKinley Avenue, Chapel Street, Cottage Court (Now Non- existent), Beaver Street (Now Non-existent), Gardner Street (Now Non- existent), Dewey Path (Now Non-existent), Mitchell Street (Non non- existent), Tucker Street (Now Non-existent), Marion Street (Now Non- existent), Grant Street (Now Non-existent) Includes Corner Cupboard, Castle Band Box, After Cabin, Beehives, Tea Room, Sherwood, Union Chapel, Siasconset Casino, Teleg. Off, Daisy, Katitezie, Green Chimneys, Look Out, Post Office, Big Sun Flower, Brigedoon, High Tide, Auld Lang Syne, Snug Harbor, The Maples, Mizzentor, House of Lords, Martin Box, Drift Wood, Bob-Kat, Come-a-board, Heart’s Ease, Hop Echest, Nauma, Nonetum
  • Sheet 25 Map of Siasconset, 1949
    New Street, Sankaty Avenue (Now West Sankaty Road), Burnell Street, Bunker Hill, Main Street, Morey Lane, McKinley Avenue Includes Siasconset School, Telephone Exchange, Rosemary, Fire Station, Sunnyside, R.H. Coffin Coal and Wood
  • Sheet 26 Map of Siasconset, 1949
    Ocean Avenue, Morey Lane, McKinley Avenue, Laurel Avenue, Grand Avenue, Lily Street, Evelyn Street, Miner Street (Now Everett Lane), Carew Lane, Hawthorne Avenue, Linden Lane, Pockick Street, Magnolia Avenue, Cottage Avenue Includes Aloha, The Yale Of Rest, Poneman, Cross Rip, Sea Ways, The Sneiling, The Lassa, Bleak House, Jog-a-long, The Knoll, The Albatross, Beach House, Kansas Dugout, Guarter Deck, Madaket, Ye House That Jaol Built, China Closet, The Helm, Ye Doll House, Sleepy Hollow, Ye Double Decker, Ye Caboose, The Anchorage, Dyneland, Ospray, Nippontucket, Genesee Lodge, Harmony, The Snuggery, The Rambler, The Observatory, Ye Hutte Shelle, The Bosas Bunt, Martins in the Field, Ye Crow Nest, The Captains Gig, Cottage Home, Nebsho, Ingleneuk, Swiss Cottage, Wild Wave, Mountain Top, Villa Margermete
  • Sheet 27 Map of Siasconset, 1949
    Unmarked Road (Wauwinet Road) Includes Nantucket Harbor, Wauwinet House

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