"Plan of Detroit by John Mullett", U.S. Government
Period: 1860 (published)
Publication: American State Papers. Public Lands, Vol 6
Color: Black & White
14 x 17.8 inches
35.6 x 45.2 cm
An important key map of early Detroit. The downtown shows Judge Woodward's plan of the Grand Circus, the Campus Martius, and the waterfront. The major building elevations are depicted, as well as numbered lots, sections, and sewers with a table of references to important features. Lithographed by Bowen & Co. Plus a smaller Plan of Detroit (8.3 x 9.9") from the John Farmer, American State Papers. The pair.
Sound paper with full margins. One tiny spot and a little light offsetting.