O’Connor Avenue and Dwight Street

by Laurel | January 26th, 2014

O'Connor Avenue and Dwight Street

2 Responses to “O’Connor Avenue and Dwight Street”

  1. Megan Angell says:

    Where might one find a copy of this 1911 plat map? I am looking for information on the John Delaney house that then occupied the land where the main post office is now located, and a possible second Delaney home across Dwight Street from it.

  2. The Holyoke Public Library has a copy of this (in the History room). Much of it is digitized I believe, I know announcements were made on the blog. However I just tried to find the link for you and I can no longer see this resource online, so it may require a telephone inquiry.

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