Historic Map - Havre de Grace, MD - 1907

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View of Havre de Grace, Hartford County, M.D., 1907 / drawn & published by Fowler & Kelly.

This bird’s-eye view print of Havre de Grace, Maryland was drawn by T. M. Fowler and published by Fowler & Kelly in 1907. Havre de Grace was formed as a fishing and port town in the late 1700's at the mouth of the Susquehanna River.

Havre de Grace prospered with the harvesting of oysters and crab, as well as raising fruit in bountiful orchards. Boat and barge building was extensively conducted at the waterfront. A lighthouse at that point along Chesapeake Bay marked the mouth of the river.

Havre de Grace became the southern terminus for the Susquehanna & Tidewater Canal system.

The map includes labeled streets, waterways, bridges, buildings and railroad routes. The featured inset illustrations and photographs include:

  • First National Bank.
  • Masonic Temple.
  • Presbyterian Church.
  • The M. E. Church. Havre de Grace, MD.
  • High School.
  • City Hall and Opera House.
  • Citizens National Bank.
  • St. John P. E. Church, more than 100 years old
  • Havre de Grace Laundry. Milton Carroll, Proprietor.
  • Leitheiser & Simson. Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Haberdashery, etc.
  • Pumping Station Filtration Plant and Ice Plant of Havre de Grace Water Co.
  • F. S. Maslin, Butcher & Pork Packer.
  • Susquehanna Marine Works Co. Builders of Power Boats.
  • The Wm. H. Towles Mfg. Co. Mfrs. Of Jeans, Nainsooks & Canton Flannel Drawers.
  • The St. Patrick Catholic Church.

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