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Undated early map of Hopedale This map just gives a rough idea of what the town looked like sometime in the Hopedale Community era of 1842 to 1856.
1851 Hopedale with some resident’s names
1854 Another rough idea of early Hopedale.
1855 A bit easier to read than some of the early maps
1856 A fairly easy to read street layout.
1858 Shop area. Easy to read.
1870 From Route 16 to a little north of Freedom Street.
1875 The shop area and a few nearby homes.
1885 Sanborn insurance map
1886 Route 16 to Freedom Street. Easy to read.
1888 “Birdseye view”
1890 From an atlas of Worcester County maps.
1892 Sanborn insurance map
1898 Very good. Wish they were all like this one.
1898 Same map as above, but covers a larger area.
1898 Red Shop area Enlarged section of the 1898 map.
1898 old mill site The Mill River from behind the Town Hall to a little south of Thwing Street.
1899 “Birdseye view”
1902 and 1912 Aerials of the Draper shops.
1916 Route 16 to the end of Dutcher Street. Houses shown.
1916 “Birdseye view,” Draper plant and surrounding area.
1947 – 1951 Aerials of Draper plant and surrounding area.
1956 Aerial photo of Hopedale
1960 Aerial photo of Hopedale
1964 Aerial views of the Draper plant on Now and Then at the Hope Street Bridge.
The Parklands, 1913 Large and detailed.
The Parklands, 2014 Map shows Eagle Scout project distance marker locations.
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