RECORD GROUP: Map Collection
RECORD SERIES #: 10600
SERIES: Miscellaneous Maps
VOLUME: 1 drawer
The Miscellaneous Maps is a small collection of maps relating to Monmouth County that have been acquired by the Monmouth County Archives but do not belong with any other records series. They date back to 1803 and cover various subject, geographical, and historical areas.
The collection includes maps that cover various sections of Monmouth County, New Jersey, and wider areas beyond New Jersey. Subject area and intended use vary by map.
This collection is open to researchers.
This collection is available to researchers in its original format. An inventory of the maps is included in this finding aid. These maps are located in Map cabinet 3.
Monmouth County Archives
125 Symmes Drive
Manalapan, NJ 07726
This collection is arranged chronologically in a flat file drawer.
This collection was donated to the Monmouth County Archives by various donors.
This finding aid was created by Natalie R. DeAngelo in August, 2012, and updated by George Joynson in December, 2015.
|Prison Ground in Freehold||
|Map drawn by James Allen, Surveyor, November 9, 1803|
|Cromwell vs. Cromwell Plea||
|Deed issue; drawings on front and back of map; deed information on microfilm in reference room, Book 178, page 208|
|Artistic rendering from bird’s-eye view; 1973 reproduction of 1894 original|
|Spring Lake Condemnation||
|Borough of Spring Lake and American Timber Co.|
|New Jersey Greensand Beds||
|U.S.Geographical Survey; from Imlaystown to Sandy Hook in Monmouth County|
|Borough of Belmar||
|Red borders drawn dividing area into numbered sections; donated in 2007|
|The Travels of George Washington||
|National Geographic Magazine Cartographic section; covers areas stretching from South Carolina up to Maine along the Atlantic Coast; shows paths traveled and towns visited|
|Survey for Charles H. Leonard; Tidal Meadows in Middletown Township; surveyor Herbert O. Todd|
|Soil Survey Maps||
|61 sheets covering Monmouth County|
|Little Silver Zoning||
|Residential, business, professional, and industrial zones identified; prepared by Daniel B. Acciani; revised in 1984 by Leon S. Avakian|
|fragile condition, Cabinet 2|