Manuscript plat of "Lane Place" (Lane Addition, Lawrence, Kan.)
A plat of Lane Place, by Wm. F. Goodlove and George H. Pruett, surveyors. Lawrence, Kansas. Lane Place became known as the Lane Addition in Lawrence, Kansas
- Goodlove, William F. (Person)
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1 folder : 1 map, scale : 1 in. = 150 ft. ; Ms. on linen, mounted on canvas. In upper left corner: Mrs. M. E. Lane.
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This manuscript plat of "Lane Place", named for James H. Lane, includes certification by the surveyors, William T. Goodlove and George H. Pruett, that the plat is correct and the location is fully described.
The map is of the first six blocks of what later became Lane Addition (not to be confused with "Lane's First Addition" which was situated one block to the east). Lane Place consisted of 26.85 acres between Michigan and Alabama Streets, bounded by Winthrop (7th Street) and Henry Street (8th Street).
RH MS Q16
- Guide to the William F. Goodlove Collection
- Manuscript plat of "Lane Place" (Lane Addition, Lawrence, Kan.)
- lgg 6 February 1974 mg 2004
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William F. Goodlove Collection, Kansas Collection, RH MS Q16, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas