Sketch of survey of property in the City of Hamilton
“10 feet=one Inch”. Street appearing on the map include Market Street, York Street [now York Boulevard], and MacNab Street. An allotment of property on the map reads, “Archibald MacNab”. [Archibald MacNab, a chief, was an infamous relative of Sir Allen MacNab (Bailey, Dictionary of Hamilton Biography, 1912]. At this time in history, the streets Market Street and York Street extended all the way to MacNab Street. Today, MacNab Street only extends to York Street. Along left edge of map, "No 26 Drawer 5". Map is signed by Blyth and dated, "Hamilton Janry 4th 1849".