Historic Map - Cambridge, OH - 1899
Reproduction panoramic view of Cambridge, Ohio drawn by Thaddeus Mortimer Fowler and published by T. M. Fowler & James B. Moyer in 1899. Cambridge is the county seat of Guernsey County and located in the Appalachian Plateau. The first settlement in the early 1800s was named in honor of Cambridge, Maryland. In 1806, when a group of immigrants from the Isle of Guernsey paused here on their way westward, the women of the group refused to move on and so they settled here. Later the city would be known for their famous glassworks.
The map features lower inset illustrations of:
Guernsey County Children's Home, Erected 1887, J. S. Prouse, Supt.
Cambridge Tin Plate Works
The map includes clearly labeled street names with lively scenes of railroad, carriage and pedestrian traffic. Complete reference list below.
Features numbered & lettered references to the following locations:
1. Court House
3. Public Schools
4. The Childrens' Home
5. Electric Light Plant
6. Hotel Noel, W. C. Smith, Prop.
7. Park Hotel, M. E. Gallup, Prop.
8. Hotel Lagonda
9. Cambridge Roller Mills, T. M. McFarland
10. The Cambridge Chair Co.
11. Planing Mill, C. W. Forney
12. Guernsey Steam Laundry, Erskine Bro's.
13. Schick Bro's. Steam Laundry
14. C. & M. R. R. Shops
15. Cambridge Roofing Co.
16. Cambridge Corrugating Co.
17. Cambridge Flour Milling Co.
18. Cambridge Iron & Steel Co.
19. B. & O. R. R. Station
20. C. & M. R. R. Station
A. Catholic Church
B. Methodist Episcopal Church
C. Methodist Protestant Church
D. St. John's Protestant Episcopal Church
E. Presbyterian Church
F. United Presbyterian Church
G. Second United Presbyterian Church
H. United Brethren Church
I. Baptist Mission Church
J. Baptist Church
K. A. M. E. Church
L. Macedonia Baptist Church
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