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1945 ZONING ORDINANCE (FITCHBURG) PLUS TWO PLOT PLANS
Age. See below
Composition. Paper, vellum
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Rating: 8 – 7 - 6
Comments. This lot includes a vellum copy of part of Assessors plan #3892 that is dated February 1945. It shows an area between Fairmont, Kimball as well as Beech Street with all of the house plots numbers. Also included is a plan of land owned by a gentleman that is dated 1901 which is stamped by a civil engineer. It shows his layout and what appears to be some alterations that he wanted. There’s even a copy of the Zoning Ordinance and Map of Fitchburg which has all the ordinances on one side and a large map of the city on the other. Everything is in sturdy shape with normal use wear, could have some browning and could have some soiling. The 1901 map has wear and soiling/stains as seen in our photo. Some nice frame of the pieces with lots of local interest.

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