Illustrated Map of Eureka, 1902

Eureka, 1902


4 Responses to Illustrated Map of Eureka, 1902

  1. Ross Rowley says:

    It’s kind of fun to click in extremely close on this map and look around. I’ve seen this map many times, but I don’t tend to look at it closely like I can here in this digital mode.

    • Lynette M says:

      yeah, I finally figured out how to move around the magnifier and it is pretty great to look at the detail.
      Did you notice the Kramer building?
      Didn’t know the family had been here that long.

  2. Fred Mangels says:

    I wish all the streets were labeled. We’re still not sure we’ve found our house at the corner of Trinity & E streets that was started in 1880.

    • Kevin Flannery says:

      You can find Trinity and E. The E Street label is over toward Wabash more, but you can easily follow it south, and there is a D Street label fairly close. There are two multi-story victorians show at Trinity and E, both on the north side of the intersection.

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