|Scope & Content
Map of Detroit showing fire limits, paved streets, and sewers. It is printed in red, blue, and black ink on white paper and shows the streets, street names, railroads, and selected buildings in the downtown area. The map area is bounded by the Detroit River on the south, Twenty-Fourth Street on the west, the Grand Trunk Railroad on the north, and Mt. Elliott Avenue on the east. The map was "Printed by Order of the Common Council from Drawings by Eugene Robinson, City Surveyor, 1870." A map scale is not indicated. It was printed by "Corrie's Detroit Lith. Office."