Great early map of Akron, Ohio by W.W. Warner, produced under the auspices of the Akron Board of Trade.
The map shows the city divided into wards, with fine plot-level detail throughout the covered area. Some neighborhoods and landowners are named.
The whole map image is surrounded by explanatory text and tables, which paint a picture of a booming town. The list of "Manufactories of Akron" shows 110 factories producing all manner of goods.
Rare. OCLC lists a single map of Akron from 1889, but that appears to differ from the present map.