Lowell, Massachusetts, MA, 1852

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Up. A spectacular and extremely rare visual document of an ambitious 19th-century industrial development in Lowell 1852. Background Lowell was established by the Boston Associates in the s along the Pawtucket Falls of the Merrimack River, with the intention of expanding on a manufacturing and social model first pioneered in Waltham. Ayer later went through bankruptcy, owing money to a large list of creditors.

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He eventually, however, paid every cent for which he was morally liable. Nevertheless, Ayer persevered, and the area was laid out according to his original street plan, as depicted on the map offered here. But actual development proceeded slowly:.

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For the first two decades the tanneries, clustered around Tanner and Lincoln streets, formed the principal industry. The largest of the three employed about men, many of whom were Irish immigrants. They produced leather goods primarily for the apparel trade, and in particular for manufacturers of gloves and shoes.

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The central image is a plan of the area laid out into streets many of which survive and hundreds of individual lots, with perhaps ten percent Massachusetts as already sold. It is not too much to say that the village will probably grow to rival any other village that ever was started. A long note at upper left explains that lots can be had for private sale prior to May 1, or at auction on May 10, then gives the terms of sale for various lot types.

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As indicated above by Coburn the private sale and auction largely failed. On that version large areas of the text at upper left have been masked out to eliminate references to the May sale and auction.

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Other changes on that variant include adjustments to the course of River Meadow Brook Lowell corresponding changes to the street layout, the addition of acreage figures to many lots, and the elimination of several buildings projected on the original plan but apparently never constructed. Another example of the first state held in a Midwest private collection. Thanks for ing up! Lowell: Daniel Ayer, Old folds, minor soiling and discoloration, wear at edges and losses at corners not affecting imageno doubt from the broide having been tacked to a wall for display.

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A Lowell Massachusetts development “to rival any other village that ever was started”