This aero-view print of
Haverhill, Massachusetts was drawn and published by Fowler & Downs in
1914. Haverhill, located along the Merrimack River, evolved from a
farming and ship-building town, into a major shoe-making city in the
By the early 1900's, the shoe making industry dominated
Haverhill. Known for the advancement of turned and welt shoes, Haverhill
manufacturers also produced ladies’ and gents’ dress shoes, boots and
slippers. Haverhill was named Queen Slipper City during this era.
Tanneries of the town produced quality leathers for use in the factories
and slipper trimmings, soles, heels and shoemaking hardware factories
formed the necessary foundational supplies for the industry. Hat making
was also done on a large scale in Haverhill.
includes labeled streets, buildings, bridges and railroad routes. There
are illustrations of the following:
• High School.
• Haverhill Historical Society.
• Whittier’s Birthplace.
• Post Office.
• City Hall.
• Pentucket Club.
• Elks’ Club.
• The Armory.
• Winnikenni Castle.
• Hale Hospital.
• Haverhill National Bank.
• Haverhill Savings
• Haverhill Trust Co.
• Merrimack National Bank.
• Haverhill Herald, Merrimack Associates Building.
• Wingate Associates Building.
• The Chase Press, Inc.
• M. H.
McCarthy & Co.
• Haverhill Record.
• J. A. Beverley & Co.
Burgess & Lang Buildings.
• Knipe Brothers.
• Appleton Counter
• Haverhill Milling Co.
• Adams-Atwood Co.
• Haverhill Electric Co.
• Hotel Webster.
J. O. Ellison & Co.
Features references to
the following locations:
Adams-Atwood Co. Mfrs.
Ladies’ High-Grade Turn Footwear. 30-32 Locke St.
Adams, J. Fred.
Insurance, Photo Supplies, Athletic Goods. 25 Emerson St.
B. Leather Specialties. 62-70 Wingate St.
Arnold, Charles W. & Co.
Leather Soles. 18-24 Wingate St.
Appleton Counter Association.
Counters, Taps, Soles. Off Railroad Ave., Bradford.
Beverley, J. A. &
Co. Electrical Construction, Supplies. 35 Washington St.
Hutchinson. Designers and Makers of Shoe Patterns. 120 Washington St.
Butler & Haseltine. Makers of Fine Turned Footwear. Burgess Bldg., 147
Campbell, H. B. Wholesale Produce, Lackawanna Coal. 203
Campbell, L. L. All kinds of Insurance, Real Estate,
Auctioneering. 162 Merrimack St.
Chase Press, Inc., The. Office
Supplies, Printing, Engraving, Bookbinding. Founded 1876. Incorporated
1911. 87-89-91 Essex St.
Chase, D. D. Lumber Co. Building Material
and Coal. Rear of 140 Merrimack St.
Chase & Laubham, Corp. Real
Estate. 3 Essex St.
Chase & Sons, W. S., Inc. Slipper Mfrs. Boston
Office, 89 Bedford St.
City Five Cents Savings Bank. 48 Washington
Courtney Brothers. Heels and Leather. Hale St.
Co. Mfrs. of Specialties in Men’s Shoes. Ward Hill, Mass.
J. A. & Co. Manufacturers and Importers of Slipper Bows, Bead Work,
Ornaments, Tie Ribbons. 88 Washington St.
Davis, B. C. & Co. Top
Lifts, Last Tops and Shanks. 23 Locust St.
Desmond, John T. Civil
Engineer. 210 Merrimack St.
Dillon, P. J. Wholesale Liquor Merchant.
124 Washington St.
Dudley, D. T. & Co. Importers and Manufacturers of
Slipper Trimmings. 66 Washington St.
Durgin Shoe Co. Established
1843. Incorporated 1909. Successors to J. H. Durgin & Son. Mfrs. of
Boots and Shoes. 54 Washington St.
Ellis & Hussey. Cut Soles and
Leather. 8-16 Wingate St.
Ellison, G. Herbert. Coal and Wood. Stevens
Ellison, J. O. & Co. Coal, Hay, Grain, Stable Supplies. Near
Ellison, J. O. & Co. Ford Automobiles. Near
Emerson, Chas. & Sons. China and Glass. 39-41
First National Bank. 73-79 Washington St.
Daniel G. Fine Electrical Work, Motor Agent for General Electric Co. 103
Freeman, Frank. Jeweler. 187 Merrimack St.
B. B. & Co. Cut Straw and Leather Board. 82 Wingate St.
Agency, The. Reliable Fire Insurance. 115 Merrimack St. Geo. Willard
Martin, Resident Agent.
Green, Arthur H. Real Estate, Mortgages and
Insurance. 50 Merrimack St.
Grover, Chas. H. Men’s and Young Men’s
Clothier, Hatter and Furnisher. 85 Merrimack St.
College. The Success School. William P. McIntosh, Principal. 72
Haverhill Box Board Co. Paper Mfrs. Near Railroad,
Haverhill Cement Stone Co. Cast, Ornamental and Dimension
Stone, Granite Composite. Railroad cor. Grove, Bradford.
Electic Company. 140 Merrimack St.
Haverhill Evening Gazette.
Established 1798. 177-179 Merrimack St.
Haverhill Herald. 27 Locust
Haverhill House Heating Co. Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water
Heating, Gas Work, Furnaces, Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Work. 97
Haverhill Milling Co. Commission Merchants, Dealers in
Grain, Feed, Hay, Straw, Coal and Wood. Office and Elevator, 184-190
Haverhill National Bank. 117 Merrimack St.
Picture Shop. Harmon Bros., Proprietors. 89 Merrimack St., Daggett Bldg.
Haverhill Savings Bank. 153 Merrimack St.
Haverhill Storage Co.
Warehouse and Office, 35 and 39 Lancaster St. J. L. Bradley, Supt., N.
C. Bartlett, Mgr.
Haverhill Trust Company. 163 Merrimack St.
Hayes, C. H., Corporation. Mfrs. of Wood and Paper Boxes, Wooden Box
Shooks a Specialty. 30-36 Granite St.
Hill, T. R. Mfr. Of Molded and
Flat Grain Counters, Top Lifts and Leather Shanks, Heels of all kinds,
Horse Shoe Pads. 30-40 Wingate St.
Hooke, Fred V. Stationer and
Printer. 188 Merrimack St.
Horne, Charles H. Union Leather Soles of
all kinds. Essex and Granite Sts.
Hunkins, W. O. & Co. Mfrs. Ladies’
Slippers. 141 Essex St.
Hutchins, George E. Civil Engineer and
Surveyor. 196 Merrimack St.
Hovey, Lewis R. Publisher The Sunday
Record, Record and Criterion (Thursdays), Ipswich Independent. 15 West
How, Wm. E. Stationer. 27 Washington Sq.
Joslin, E. F.
Plumbing, Heating and Sheet Metal Work. Blower-Pipe Work a Specialty. 5A
Kimball, W. & V. O. Shoe Mfrs. 4 Walnut St.
Bros., Inc. Shoemakers. Ward Hill, Mass.
Lea, I. Established 1865.
Fine Custom Shirts. 15 Main St.
Leighton, B. F. & Co. Wholesale
Grocers. Batchelder Ct.
Levis, S. J. Meats, Groceries and Provisions.
Franklin and John Sts.
Lewis, Herman E. Slipper Maker. 14 Walnut St.
Manning, E. A. Cigar Mfr. 59 Merrimack St.
McCarthy, M. H. & Co.
Importers, Grocers, Bottlers. 61-65 Essex St.
M’Keen, A. S.
Photographer. 66 Merrimack St.
Merryman, Walter R. Photographer. 138
Mitchell & Company. Dry Goods. 78 Main St.
Company, The. 147 Merrimack St. P. R. Duffy.
Moulton, Edwin H. Co.
Moulton Cold Storage Company. 132 Essex St.
Norwood, G. M. Insurance.
3 Washington Sq.
O’Neill, Cornelius J. Insurance and Real Estate
Agency. 210 Merrimack St.
Pentucket Mills, M. T. Stevens & Sons Co.
Public Library. John G. Moulton, Librarian.
Perkins, James A.
Architect. 47 Merrimack St.
Pulsifer, G. H. Artistic Slipper
Trimmings. 120 Washington St.
Rand, Frank N. Real Estate, Insurance
and Mortgages. 166 Merrimack St.
Sheridan Bros. Mfrs. Ladies’
Footwear. 92 Essex St.
Singer Sewing Machine Co. P. C. Blake, Mgr.
153 Essex St.
Slipper City Wood Heel Co., The. Wood Heels of every
description. 12 Duncan St.
Smith, Fred A. Leather, Soles, Counters.
35 Granite St.
Taylor-Goodwin Company, The. Dealers in Coal, Lumber
and Ice. Bradford District.
Thompson, F. J., Inc. Mfr. Of Boots,
Nullifiers, Oxfords and Slippers, White Canvas Goods a Specialty. 46-48
United Shoe Machinery Company. 145 Essex St.
Outlet Co. Complete Family Clothiers. 61 Merrimack St.
E. Auctioneer, Real Estate Agent, Insurance, Agent for the Care of
Estates. 73 Merrimack St.
Webster, George H. Mfr. Of Counters, Soles,
Taps. 153 Essex St.
Webster Hotel. 3-5 Washington St.
Wentworth-Swett Co. Fine Turned Footwear. 23 Locust St.
Co., The. 17-19 Locust St.
Winchell, J. H. & Co., Inc. Shoe Mfrs.
9-17 Locust St.
Wingate Shoe Corp., The. 23 Locust St.
Mitchell. Counselors at Law. 115 Merrimack St.
Witham Wood Heel Co.,
A. C. Mfrs. of Wood Heels of every description. 55 Wingate St.
Witherell & Dobbins Company, Inc. Mfrs. of Welt and Turn Shoes. 145
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