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NS FORM-8

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AREA DESCRIPTION
(For: Instructtons see Reuerse Stde)

2-3-3'7

1.

NAME OF CITY

2.

DESCRIPI'ION OF TERRAIN.

High and sightly along Union Street with gradual sl0pe
East and West.

3.

FAVORABLE INFLUENCES.

Sightly. Not entirely built up but existi,ng houses ar,e
of best construction. Grounds well planned. G0od streets.
Little traffic. No industrial noises 0r smoke .

4·

DETRIMENTAL INFLUENCES.

None at Union St.
river bank.

5.

INHABITANTS: Business executives
a.

Type

Native
c.

Manchester, N. H.

SECURITY GRADE

River Road low.

; __ %;

6.

g.

Popu1ation is increasing

BUILDINGS:
a. Type or types

c.
7.

Average age

%;

(Tes o-r lio)

No

f . Relief families
cleG: r easing

static;.

SinB;le

b. Type o:fi con,s truct ion

25 years

d. Repad.r

RENTAL ~~L~ES

PREOOMRANGE

~

1929

level

1956 low
current

INATING

Frame

Good

SALE VALUES

HISTORY:

5- 25M

None

d. Negro

(lotioftati.tyJ

InfiLtration of No

Railroad tracks at the

b. Estimated annual fami il.y i,ncome$

French

e.

AREA NO.~AJ.
~ --

and

Erofessional EeoEle

~-born

Green

PREOOM-

%

RANGE

I NAT ING

_J_

:;-2SM

lOM

100$

$40-$85

$65

100$

4-20M

8l500

75

55- 70

50

90

4-20M

8 1 500

75

55- 70

50

90

Peak sale values occurred in

1927 and we.re

110

Peak rental values occurred in 1929 and were

$

of the

1929

level: .

% of the 1929 level.

8.

OCCUPANCY:

a. Land ___§Q_ $;

b. Dwelling units~$;

c. Home owners

95

9.

SALES DEMAND:

••

~ood

b.

moder ate singles

c. Activity is

poor

10.

RENTAL DEMAND: a.

good

b.

$50 units

c. Activity ls

poor

11.

NEW CONSTRUCTION:

12 .

AVAI LABILITY OF MORTGAGE FUNDS:

a. Home purchase ample

13 .

TREND OF DESIRABILITY NEXT

YEARS __u~p_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ __

1q.,

CLARIFYING REMARKS: Smaller units suffered less decline i:n value than the o!l.der
large singles

1 5.

Informat i on for th i s form was obtained from

••

Types 4 single homes

10-15

b . Am0unt last year

Mr .

b. Home bui l ding

Dennett and Mr . Lessard

Da-te
(Ov.e r)

none
ample

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NS FORM-9

AREA DESCRIPTION
(For Instructions see Reuerse Side)

2-3-37

1.

NAME OF CITY ___cMc=an=c=h=•=•.at•=r'-' '-"N'•-..:H:..:•_ _ _ _ SECURITY GRADE

2,

DESCRIPTION OF TERRAIN.

Blue
AREA
------

Gradual downward slope toward the East.

NO.

Bl
-----

Wooded land sparsely

settled.

3.

FAVORABLE INFLUENCES.

Adjacent to the best probable future development.

High.

Sightly.

•

~-

DETRIMENTAL INFLUENCES.

5.

INHABITANTS:
a. Type Business people
c.

Freedom from noise and traffic •

As yet undeveloped.

Only Arah Street is compieted.

b. Estimated annual family income$ 2-5M

·- - - - - -

Foreign-born~~~~~~; __ $;

d. Negr0 _ _N_o_n_e_________

(Ja.tionciUtyj

6.

7.

(I.es or lfo)

e.

Infiltration of

g.

Population is increasing ____

--------

f. Rel!ief families

- - - - $;

!l. 0r 2
---~---------

decreasing_______

st!atie. X

BUILDINGS:
a.

Type or· types ~S~i~n~g=l~e_____

c.

Average age

b. Ty:pe of c0nstruction

F,r.ame
~==-----

20 years

· a11
Good
d. Re p
.r--~~------------

SALE VALUES

HISTORY:
~

YEAR

RENTAL V~LUES
P.REOOM-

PREDOMI NAT ING

RANGE

IINAT l NG

none

none

1929 level

none

1936 low

5--5!!

4M

"

"

1937 current

3-SM

4M

"

"

100$

Peak sale values occurred in 1929

.....:L..

and were

$ of the 1929 level.

Peak rental values occurred in none and were

$ of the 1929 level.

'100%

e. Home owners

100

c. Activity <s

poor

8.

OCCUPANCY:

9.

SALES DEMAND: a.

fair

b.

10.

RENTAL DEMAND: a.

none

b.

11-

NEW CONSTRUCTION:

a. Types

12.

AVAILABILITY OF MORTGAGE FUNDS:

a. Home purchase

13.

TREND OF DESIRABILITY NEXT

YEARS

10-

CLARIFYING REMARKS:·-,--,-,-------,--,-..,.,---,-----,,--c---~,c-----~---~-

15.

Information for this form was obtained from

a. Land ___L__$;

b. Dwelling ulfit:s ~%;
4M singles

c. Activity is
b. Amount last year

none

10-15

ample

none

b. Home buildding

ample

u

80% of structures in the area are on Arah Street. Balance of area now very sparsely
settled. Most of the building has taken place since 1929.

Mr. Dennett and Mr. Lessard

Date _ _ _6~/_5_0_ _ _ _ _1931...
(Ov.er)

NS FORM- 8

AREA DESCRIPTION
(tgr 1nstruct tons see Reverse Stde)

2-3-37

1.

NAME OF CITY _..cM
cca=n ch=•cc•c,tcer
c'-'' -"N"-.-'H
"'.' - - - - - SECURLTY GRADE, _ _::B.::
lu
.::•:;___ AREA NO. __:8:c2c___

2.

DESCRIPrI ON OF TERRAIN . : High along Belmont Street with gradual sl0pe West towards river.

3.

FAVORABLE INFLUENCES.

Zoned f0r general residence . Good streets . Close :in. Good
pride of home ownership •. Good street car transportation .

q..

DETRI MENTAL I NFLUENCES.

Traffic. Webster Street a main · thoroughfare through the area .
State Or phan School corner Beech & Webster.

5.

INHABITANTS:

Native born business

a.

Type

c.

Forei gn-born

b. Estimated annual :f!ami1y income$ 2, 500- 7, 500

2

French

$;

d.

none

NegF9

(lationali t y}

6.

no

e.

Infiltration of

g.

Population is inc r easing

BUILDINGS:

or

a.

Type

c;

Average age

old

types

%;

(Tes or Jlo~

few

f. Relief families
X

static.

dec r easing

b. Type_ o! constru£tion

singles

50

d.

frame

good

Repair

/

7-

RENT AL VAL WES

SALE VALUES

HfSTORY:

P.REOOM-

PREDOM-

11!.!ifil....

YE AR

%

RANGE

INAllNG

_L_
100%

714

100$

$25- $40

$55

4 - 7M

5,500

75

22- 55

50

90

4-7'J

5, 500

75

22- 55

50

90

1929 J..evel

5 - lOM

1 956 low
current

IHAT ING

1927 and were

110

% of the 1929 level.

Peak rental values occurred in 1929 and were

100

% of the 11929 level.

Peak sale values occurred i n

a . Land

-80-$·'

b. Dwelling unit:s 100 %;

c. Heme owners

95

b. small singles

c . Activity tis

poor

c. :Activity is

"

8.

OCCUPANCY:

9-

SALES DEMAND: a.

fair

10.

RENTAL DI'l-1AND : a .

"

11 -

NEWCCNSTRUCTION: a.

12-

AVAI LABILITY OF MORTGAGE FUNDS :

••

13.

TREND OF DESIRABILITY NEXT

YEARS

10-

CLARIFYING REMARKS :

15 .

Information for this form was obtained fr0m __Mr
_._D_e_n_n_e_t t_ an
_ d_ Mr
_ ._ Le
_ ss_ar
_ d_ _ _ _ _ __

$50 units
b.
Singles on
Types

b. Amount last year

Maple Street

10-15

Home purchase

ample

none

b. Home building

ample

static

There are three main streets in the area over whtcb a considerable
amount of traffic moves.

Date
(Ov. e r)

- - - - - '6,_/.::;50:;__ _193 I_

•

NS FORM-8

AREA DESCRIPTION

2-3-37

(for Instructions see 'lieuerse S!de)

'
1.

NAME OF CITY Manchester z N. H.

2.

DESCRIPrION OF TERRAIN.

3.

FAVORABLE INFLUENCES.

SECURl[Y GRADE

Blue
ARE~ NO. ----B5
-------

High and dry. Slopes East and West from Highland Street.

Sightly.

Near Derry£ield Park and Derryfiel d Country Club.

Street car transportation on Lake Ave.

Good pride of home

ownership.
•.

DETRIMENT AL INFLUENCES.

5.

INHABITANTS: Native born
a. Type _..ebu=•=in"e""s"'s'-'p"eo=p,,l,.e~---c.

Foreign-born

Traffic mn Hanover St. which is a main highway.

b. Estimated annual family in<:: ome$._,,2cc-5eaM
"----

;..!Q_ $;

French

d. Negro_-'N"-o'-~~---~---

(la.tionoBtyj

6.

e.

Infiltration of

g.

Population is increasing ____

No
--------

f. Relief families

·~=~-------

.
good
d. Re p a . l F - ~ - - - - - - - - - - - - - RENHL VALUES

SALE VALUES
PREDOMRMGE

YEAR

1929

I NAT ING

4-6,500

level

1956 low
current

stati e . X

b. 'llype of const1me tion fu-ame

Average age _ _50
_ _ _ _ _ _ __

HISTORY:

---- %;

None
----------

decreasing ________

BUILDINGS:
a. ~ype or types large singles
c.

7.

(Tes o,- Ko)

6111

PREDOM-

%

RANGE

100$

I NAT ING

$25-40

$55

__!__
:I.DO.$

5,500-5,000

4,500

75

22-55

50

90

52500-52009

42500

75

22-55

50

90

Peak sale values occurred in 1927

and were

lll.O

$ of the ;i929 level.

Peak rental values occurred in 1929 and were

100

$

of the

1929

level! .

8.

OCCUPANCY:

a. Land ---1Q__$;

b. Dwelling units 100%;

9.

SALES DEMAND:

•·

fair

b.

10.

RENTAL DEMAND: a.

fair

11.

NEW CONSTRUCTION:

12.

AVAILABILITY

13.

TREND OF DESIRABILITY NEXT

1"•

CLARIFYING R E M A R K S : ~ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

.

b.

OF MORTGAGE FUNDS:
10-15

c. Activit:y is

5M si:ngles

$50

c . Activity is

units

'singles on Hanover
a. Types Street $4 2000
a. Home purchase

c. H0me owners ~9~0~ - - -

b. Amount last yea,r
ample

poor

"
one or two

b. Home bu1~ding

ample

YEARS _~•~ta~t~i~c~---------------

)

15 ,

Infonnation for this form was obtained 1rom _ _,,Mr,._,._,,_D~enn=•~t~t~an..,,d_M
~r....._,~L~elielie~a~r~d-------

Date --"6/c..5:..:0_ _ _ _ _ _1. 93 I._
(Ov.er)

•

NS FORM-8

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AR EA DESCRI PTION

2-3-37

(For Inatr_ucttons see Reuerse S!de)

1.

NAME OF CITY _ _ M
_ an
_ c_h_e s_t_e_r ~, _N
_._
H_. _ _ _ _ SECURitY GRADE

2.

DESCRIPI'ION OF TERRAIN. Woo.d ed land north of Bridge St. Gradua.i slope southeast.

3.

FAVORABLE INFLUENCES.

General residence zoning.
and churches.

q..

DETRIMENTAL INFLUENCES.

Through highway and railroad. Now very sparsely settled.
Unimproved streets. City water not available north of Bridge
Street except at owners 1 expense.

S,

INHABITANTS:
a. Type

c.

~~tou workers
$;

Infiltration of

7-

g.

Population is i,ncreasing

None

d. Negro

$;

Many

f. Rel1ef families

X

deer.easing

BUILDINGS:
Small single
a. Type or types ce:>ttages

static.

poor

d. Repair
SALE VALUES

RENTAL VALUES

PREDOMRANGE

1..E.M

I NAT ING

PREO(;)M-

%

1929 level

lz000- 2,500

1,800

100$

1956 low

1,000- 2,000

1,600

90

1,600

90

1,000- 2,000

current

-

Peak sale values occurred in 1927

and were

Peak rental values occurred in none and were

a. Land 15

Frame - cheap

b. Type o'f consitruct!i.on

20

HISTORY:

_

(Tes o,r lo)

No

Average age

_

b. Estimated annual family, d.nc0111e $ BOO-l,20Q

Italians
Foreign-born Greeks

e.

C,

AREA NO. _C_l_

Street car transportation. School

(latio11aH ty j

6,

Yellow

RANGE

I NAT ING

none

100$

"
1
110

_J_

--

$ of the 1929 1eve1.
$ of tbe 1929 level.

b. Dwelling units~$;

c. Home 0wners

100

fair

b.small cottages

C, Activity is

poor

none

b.

c. Activd.ty is

8.

OCCUPANCY :

9,

SALES DEMAND: a .

10-

RENT AL DEl-LIND: a.

11,

NEW CONSTRUCTION:

12·

AVAILABILITY OF MORTGAGE FUNDS:

a . Home purchase limited ;

13.

TREND OF DESIRABILITY NEXT

YEARS _....e.
sta=t,,
i,,_c_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

1' ·

CLARIFYING REMARKS:._ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

- -$·'

none

a. Types

10-\5

b. Ainount last year

none

b . Home building 1imited

Large families of small income interested in truck gardening and chickens

15 .

Infonnation for this form was obtained from _ ~Mr~•~D~e~nn=e~t~t~an=d~Mo=~L~e~s~•~ar=d_ _ _ _ _ __

Drute
(Ov.er)

_

__t;,u,,J..__ _ _ _~ 193

.1.

•

NS FORM-8
2-3-3?

•

AREA DESCRIPTION

_ _ ..(For Inst.r.ucttons see ReUerse ,S!de)

1.

NAME OF CITY Manchester

2.

DESCR!Pr!ON OF TERRAIN.

N. H.

AREA NO. _,Cco2_ __

SECURITY GRADE Yellow

High, hilly, sparsely settled, wooded around Stevens' pond.
Bridg e St. main thoroughfare.

3,

FAVORABLE INFLUENCES.

High and dry. Sightly. G:r,-ade $chool._ Street car transp0rtation

•·

DETRIMENTAL INFLUENCES.

Unimproved streets. Unattractive houses and arrangement.
Artificial pond for ice cutting at Ohio & Connecticut Aves.

5.

INHABITANTS: French, Polish & Greek,
a. Type Italian shoe workers
C,

Foreign-born Polish

b. Est.i.ma:ted annual Eam.ily inc0me$ 500-1,500

35

$;

d.

no

Negro

6.

Infilt r ation of

g.

Population is increasing

Average age

Jo)

st:at'l c. X

decreasing

frame

b. Type of cbnst,ructi!on

30

d. Repai r

poor,- to f a ir

SALE VALUES

HISTORY:

Of"

many

f, Reld.. ef .families

BUILDINGS :
a. Type or types single cottage
C,

7,

Greek slow

e.

$;
( Tes

(lahonaB ty}

RENTAc VAL~ES

PREDOM~

ll.M.

PREDOM-

I NAT ING

%

RANGE

IINAiF I NG

1929 level

1,000 - 2,500

1,soo

100%

none

~

l,OQ0-.2,000

1 , 600

90

"

J.J000- 1?;,000_

1 , 600

90

n

low

1957 current

Peak sale values occurr ed in
Peak rental values occur r ed

1927
,n

a. Land _gQ__ $;

8.

OCCUPANCY:

9.

SALES DEMAND: a.

f air

b.

10,

RENTAL Dl'l-lAND: a.

none

b.

11,

NEW CONSTRUCTION:

a. Types

12,
13.

and were

110

none and were

$ of

toe

il.929 !L evel .

$ of

the

1929 level .

b. Dwelling units 100%;

small cottage

a. 00%

Home owner.s

mo

c. A1aivi ty is

poor

c.

C,

_L

Activity is

none

none

b. Amount last ye~r

AVAILABILITY OF MORTGAGE FUNDS:

a . Home purehase

limited;

TREND OF DESIRABILITY NEXT

YEARS _ _,s,.,tcc•ccti'c'---cc
- - - - - - - - -- - - - -

10-15

b . Home bui!l.ding limited

1, . CLARIFYING REMARKS:._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ __

15.

Infonnation for this form was obtained from __~M
=r-~D~•~
nn~•~t~t~ an=d~M~r~._L
_•~•~•~ar
~ d______

Date
(Ov.e r)

_ ___Jj,i.llil.,__ _ _ _193

...1

•
NS FORM-8
2-3-37

•

AREA DESCRIPTION
(For Instruct!@ns see Reuerse Stde)

1.

NAME OF CITY

2.

DESCRIPI'ION OF TERRAIN.

Slightly sloping to South and West.
the old sections of the city.

3.

FAVORABLE INFLUENCES.

Close in.

q.

DETRIMENTAL INFLUENCES. Large old singles. Trai'fic . Clubs and societies.

, 5,

Manchester, N, H,

SECURITY GRADE Yellow

INHABITANTS:
a.

Type Native born business

c.

Foreign-born

b. Estimated annual family income$ 1,500- 5,000

French

; __gQ_ $;

d,

no

Negro

$;
(Tes o,r lo)

of no

e.

Infiltration

g.

Population is increasing

;, Relief famiil.ies

Average

HISTORY:

static. X

b. Type ot construetiion brick and frame

60

age

none

deer.easing

BUILDINGS:
a. Type or types larg:e sinr::les
C,

7,

Fully built up, one of

Civic center around Beech and Concord Streets.

(latioflciBtyj

6.

AREA NO. ----'0"'5_ _

ood

d. Repair
SALE VALUES
PREDOMINATolNG

~

.:!.tl.E..

1929 level

10,000

$5-15 , 000

RENTAi!.. VAc WES
PREDOM-

%

INA;J"ING

RANGE

100$

$25-45

$55

_L
100$

1956 low

4-9 ,000

6,500

70

20-40

BB

95

1957 current

4-9 ,000

s,500

70

20-40

BB

95

Peak sale values occurred in

1927 and were

-120

% of the il.929 !level.

Peak rental values occurr ed in 1929 and were

aoo

% of the 1.929 !Level!.

a, Land

8.

OCCUPANCY:

9,

SALES DEMAND: a .

10,

RENTAL DEMAND: a.

11,

NEW CONSTRUCTION: a, Types

12,

AVAI LABILITY OF MORTGAGE FUNDS:

a, Home pU'I'Chase lilllited;

13 .

TREND OF DESIRABILITY NEXT

YEARS _"'sl.,o:.:;w::ly
._,d, o:,:WI1,,_wer=_,,d_ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ __

HI.•

CLARIFYING REMARKS: Several old frame tenements in the area renting from

100 %;

b . Dwelling units 100 $;

C,

H0me owners

poor

b.

C,

Activity

fair

b.

$35 units

10-15

>S

poor

c . Activity is
b, Amount last year

none

50

"
none

b, Home building

limited

$25-$55 a month per unit.

15 .

Information for this form was obtained from

Mr. Dennett & Mr . Lessard

Da,t e __,,:6/c;B:::0:___ _ _ _ _ 193 _2
(Ov.er)

I

•
NS FORM-8

AREA DESCR I PW! ON

2-3-37

(for Instructtons see Reuerse Stde)

1.

NAME OF CITY_~M=an=c=h=•=•~t•=r~•~=N-~H=•-_ _ _ SECURITY GRADE __Y_e_l_l_o_w__ AREA NO.~C4~--

2.

DESCRIPrION OF TERRAIN. Gradual slope west from Beacon Street.

3.

FAVORABLE INFLUENCES.

Close in. Near schools and churches. East portion high.
Good street car transportation

~-

DETRIMENTAL INFLUENCES. Western portion congested old buildings, some built over 60
years ago. Tenements. Many houses without/plumbing and heating

equipment ·

5.

modeim.

INHABITANTS: mill workers & small
a. Type
business people
c.

b. Es,t imated annual :f!am:i.ly ineooe$ 1,500-4,000

Foreign-born French & .Jeytijsll....fil>$;

d. Negro _ _ _~n";o-:;----,::--,----

{JaHonaUtyJ

6.

e.

Infiltration of _ _~n~o_____

g.

Population is increasing _ _ __

BUILDINGS:
a, Type or types
c.

7,

(Ies o.,- No)

f. ReHe:f! families _

__.,o;w.______ =~- -

decreasing _ _ _ _ _ _ __

Average age-~.Su0--~6~□~------

d. R e p a i r - - = = - - - - - - - - - - -

SALE VALUES

REN"fi AL VALUES

PREDOM-

~

llM..

stati€, X:.

b. Type of construc;tion._ _..fr.,amwwe.________

2 families

HISTORY:

- - - - %;

!NA.TING

PREDOM-

$

INA.ifo lNG

_j;_

$15-50

$;25

1,00$

RA.NGE

Ss-BM

7,000

;i.oo'fi

l.9fili. low

4---'ZM

5,00Q

'10

15=25

2til

...JlO_

1937 current

4...zr,,:

s,ooo

70

15=25

2Gl

...JlO_

1929 level

Peak sale values occurred in

1927 and we,re

llO

$

of the 1929 level.

Peak rental values occurred in 1929 and we,re

100

$ of the 1929 level.

8.

OCCUPANCY:

a. Land ~'Ji;

b. Dwelling units ~'Ji;

c. H0me owners -~5~
0 _ _ __

9.

SALES DEMAND:

••

poor

b.

C,

Activity is

none

10,

RENTAL D!'}IAND: a.

fair

b.

C,

Activity is

fair

11,

NEW CONSTRUCTION: a. Types 5§.4 small singles

12,

AVAILABILITY OF MORTGAGE FUNDS:

a. Home purchase limited;

13.

TREND OF DESIRABILITY NEXT

YEARS _ __,s=l~ow"'l,,y~do~wn~----------~~

vi,

CLARIFYING REMARKS.:_--:P::o":r::t"'i=on"::-,i'
'e""s'::tc::::o:'f'n::Ws'i7l=so2n7 S:':tr:::se':e"t~i=s:-t:;h:'e~po5'o':r::e::s::t_p~arrrt':::o::f::,:t::h"'e-ar=•eoa:.;. _
poorer classes Polish
people, congested rows old wooden
tenements in poor condition.

15.

Information for this form was obtained from, ___,,MrLL,~D.,ea,nn,we.it<.>tw.,&._l,.,lr
Lo.,_,L.,e,.s,.s.,a"r"d_______

10-15

$20 units

b. Amount last year

none

b. Home buiil.d~ng ll!lllited

Date -~6(w30~_ _ _ _ _ _ 193_J
(Ov.er)

I

•

AREA DESCRIPTION

NS FORM-8
2-3-37

(For Instruettons s ee Reuerse Stde}

1.

NAME OF CITY _ _.M.,•"""'c"'h"e._stu,e"r'-•--"N~,_,a,.,~

2.

DESCRI PrION OF TERRAIN.

Gradual slope west from Hall Street.

3.

FAVORABLE INFLUENCES.

Practically all zoned for general ~esidence. Go0d schools and
churches . Street car transporta.ti0n 10 minutes 'te do\mtovm.
Generally pride of home ownership, especially East. of Hall St.

4.

DETRIMENTAL INFLUENCES.

Proximity to factories and railroad tracks .

5.

INHABITANTS:
a.

Type

c.

Foreign-bo r n French

- - -

SECURITY GRADE

b. Estimated annual ~aroi!l.y i!nc0me$ 900- 1 1500

sbOPworkers

;..1Q_ $;

d. Negro

f. Relie.:f families

Infiltration of

g.

Population is i ncreasing X

s1:!a'l:!k .

~

PREDOMI NAil" I NG

frame

fa.ia:- to good

d. Repair

RcNT AL VALUES

SALE VALUES

~

Kol

few

b. Type of <::onstruetion

Average age

HISTORY:

O<

deGreasing

smaU singles and
BUILDINGS:
a. Type or types 2 family
c.

,.

( I.es

e.

-='--- $;

no

(J'aHo n.a U ty:J

6.

AREA NO. _ _..c.,.5_ _

YiU low

PREDOM-

INA li lNG

J_

$18- 30

23

100$

%

RANG.E

$3,500- 5,000

4,goo

100$

la& low

5, 000-4,500

5,500

80

15-g5

20

_fill...

1957 current

B, OQQ- 4 ,50Q

;i , 500

ao

l5-2li

20

_fill...

1929 level

and were

.llO $ of the 1929 level.

Peak rental values occurred in 1929 and were

lQO $ of the 1929 leve'l..

Peak sale values occurr ed in 1927

a. Land ____§Q._$;

b. Dwelling uni~s ~ $ ;

c . H0me owners - ~6~0' ----

8.

OCCUPANCY:

9.

SALES DEMAND: a.

poor

b.

10:

RENTAL DF}IAND: a.

fair

b. - -'~"2"'0'-"un""i"-t"s' ----

11.

NEW CONSTRUGl'ION :

12.

AVAILABILITY OF MORTGAGE FUNDS:

13.

TREND OF DESIRABILITY NEXT 10- 15 YEARS _ _,s,.,ta,.t.,.ie,cc __ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ __

1~-

CLARIFYING REMARKS: Within six months about 15 new frame single cottages have been

15.

Info rma t ion f o r t hi s form was ab t ai ned from, ___::Mr:::.:.·_;D::•=nn=•:.:t:.:t:....::&c.Mr=.::.
· ..:L::•::•:.:•:.:ar
:..:dc__ _ __ _ _

--='---- - - -

a. Types 6 small singles ~5500

b.

c. Acttvrl.ty rl. s _ __,,po~o~r,___
c. Activity rl. s

- -" -- -

Amount ?ast year_l:....,o~r"--"2_ _ __

a. Home purchase limited;

b . Home buHdii-ng l imited

built in the neighborhood of Roy Ave and also Vinton Street.
Area sparsely settled south of Howe Street.

Date __6~/ _B0_ _ _ _ _ _ _11. 93 .2_
(Ov.e rJ

AR EA DESCR IPTION
(For I nstruc t tons see Reverse Stde)

NS FORM- 8
2-3-37

AREA NO. _,,
c,._
6__

1.

NAME OF CI TY _ ~M
~an
= c~h~e~s~t ~
er~1~ N~, ~H,.,,_ _ _ _ SECURITY GRADE

Yellow

2.

DESCRI PrI ON OF TERRAIN.

Gradually sl opes from Mammoth Road and from Sunnyside Street
toward Por ter Street which i s low.

3.

FAVORABLE I NFLUENCES.

Street car line continues to Mammoth Rd .

q..

DETRI MENTAL INFLUENCES.

Low land around Porter Street where there is poor drainage .

Unimproved str eets .

5.

INHABITANTS: shoe workers and
a . . Type sma11 tms1 ne ss peopl e
I r ish &
c. Fo r e i gn-bor n · French
....1li_ $ ;

b. Estimated annual frunily inc0me$,_,lc::-: e™"----d. Negr.o _~n~on=..,.,,-----,,-,,---

( l ati on. a U ty j

6.

e.

Inf iltrat i on of_~n~o_ _ _ _ __

g.

Populati0n is inc r easing ~ ' -- -

RtNT AL VAL~ES
PRE00M-

PRED0M-

~

S-7M

1929 level

l,N•AT I NG

___L_

$15-25

20

100%

$

INATlNG

--

static .

fa;,r
d. Repair - - - - - ---"-""'

SALE VALUES
RANGE

Jlo)

b. [y.pe of c0nstruction._~f'i'~am=ee....a~- - -- -

Average age - --"50,,__ _ _ _ _ __

HISTORY :

01"

decreasin~ - - - - - - -

BUILDINGS:
a . Type or types small singles
c.

7.

(1es

SM

100%

RANG.E

1956 low

2S00-6M

4M

80

iS-20

l!B

90

1957 curr ent

&6QQ- §M

41,!

80

15- 20

18

~

1927

and were

110 $ of the 1929 level.

Peak rental values occu r ~ed in 1929 and were

100 % of the 1929 !level .

Peak sale values occurred in

h. Dwelling units~%;

c . H0me owner s

as

poor

h.

c. Activity is

faU"

fair

h.

c . Activity is

"

a. Land __1L%;

8.

OCCUPANCY:

9.

SALES DEMAND: a.

10.

RENTAL D!l-lAND : a.

ll-

NEW OONSTRUCTION:

12-

AVAI LABILI TY OF MORTGAGE FUNDS:

a . Home purchase limited ;

13.

TREND OF DESIRABILITY NEXT

YEARS _ __es_,,
taectsi,e,c_ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ __

1•-

CLAR I FYING REMARKS :

15.

Information for this form was obt ained fro1n _ _Mr='=-=-·_,D:.:enn=:.:e.:t.:t_::
an
:::d::..:!::.:
Jr ·:...:L:.:•:.:•:.:•=ar=-d= - - - - - - -

$18 uni ts

see below

a . Types

10- 15

h. Amount last year

20

h . Home building limited

Just West of Mammoth and Gilly Roads , E. M. Chase has built about
15 cheap brick boxlike singles on narrow lots all alike . On the
other hand Sundeen Construction Co. has built 8 or 10 small frame
singles of a much better character, near Mammoth Road and on Candia
Road .

Date _6"'/-"5"0 _ _ _ _ _ _193 J_
(Ov.er)

•
AREA DESCRIPTION

NS FORM-8
2-3-37

(For Instructtons see ReuersJ 1 S1de)l

.

I

1

/

SECURITY GRADE

AREA NO. _ _cC.,_7_ _

1.

NAME OF CITY _ _cM
:::a:::n:c::he:::s:.:t:.:::e:_r,._
::
, .:.N:.:•..cHe:., __ __

2.

DESCR!Pr!ON OF TERRAIN . Fairly level.

3.

FAVORAllLE INFLUENCES .

~-

DETRIMENTAL INFLUENCES. Zoned for commercial use between Beech and Wilson Streets and
zoned for apartments West of Beech. Incinerator and City Yard
adjacent to the south.

5.

INHAll!TANTS:

Close in. Schools and churches. Playground. Park. East Qf
Wilson Street best of area.

a.

Type Mill and shoe workers

c.

Forei gn-bo rn Irish

b. Estimated annual fa.nilly ineome$ 1- :1.500

%;

d. Negro

;~$;

(Tes o,- K·o)

(lat \ o na Btyj

6.

e.

Infiltration of Greeks slow

g.

Populati0n is increasing

w.

X

stadc::.

b. Type of construction ~ame
poor to fall"

d. Repair

RENTAL VALUES

SALE VALUES

HISTORY:

7,

P.REOC:lM-

PREO(:)M-

--

RANGE

~

1929 level

4-BM

~

low

5-6

1957 current

5-6

I NAT ING

$

5, 500

100%

4 1 000

4 ,000

rv

Peak sale values occurred in

RANGE

20

1.100%

75

il.5- 20

I8

9'.l

75

15- 20

18

.\llJ

UO

% ol the 1929 levd.

1929and were

100

% of the 1929 l evd.

b . Dwelling uni ts .filL._%;

c . Heme owners

60

poor

b.

c. A:etivd.ty is

poor

fair

b.

a. Land~%;

OCCUPANCY :

9.

SALES DEMAND: a.

10,

RENTAL DFi!AND: a .

11,

NEW CONSTRUCTION:

12,

AVAILAll!LITY OF MORTGAGE FUNDS:

a. Home purchase li;mited;

13.

TREND OF DESIRABILITY NEXT

YEARS

1•-

CLARIFY ING REMARKS:

1 .5

Information fo r this form was obtained from

c. Activity is

$18 units

b. Arooun,t last year

none

a . Types

10- 15

_!_

$J.5- 25

8.

.

I NAT ING

and we,r e

1927

Peak rental values occu rred in

"

deereasing

~5

Average age

por tion

many in E.
f. Reiief famild.es Few in

BUILDINGS:
multi family tenements and
a. Type or types $JDR.l l singles
c.

Yellow

"
4

b . Home buHding

limited

static

Best of the section is East of Wilson S't . where ·small singles are
in good repair and show evidence of pridi!i. o.f home owner ship.

Mr . Dennett & Mr. Lessard

Date _Ji.Lilll.._______193 J_
(Over}

•

AREA DESCRIPTION
(For Instructions see Reuerse

NS FORM-8

2-3-37

1.

NAME OF CITY Manchester, N. H.

2.

DESCRIPI'ION OF TERRAIN .

Stde)

SECURITY GRADE

I.REA NO. _,c
...e'--

Yellow

High level land . Sparsely settled nor th 0f Mason St.

Par tly rock ledges .
3.

FAVORABLE INFLUENCES .

Rock Rimmon Park and municipal swimming pool. Street car and

bus transportation adequate.
for general r esidence.
q.

DETRIMENTAL INFLUENCES.

Good sch001s and churches. Zened

Houses old congested closely built in the southern part of the
area. 15- 20 minutes I r ide to down- town business center . Generally

poorer cl asses on side of r iver .

5.

INHAEITANTS: French mill workers &

••

Type small business men

c.

Forei gn-born

French

95 $ ·
-'

(laHo,i a Bfyj

6.

7.

b . Estimated annual .family income $1 , 000-2,-500

.
e.

Infiltration of ______~ _

g.

Popu.lation is increasing ~ X
e.,____

%;

no

d . Negro

(hs

"

No)

:L Re!lie;f fam i lies _ _,me,an,a:,.Y'---- - - - -- -- decreasi,ng _ _ _ _ _ _ __

st a'llic.

a.

2 & 5 ram. & some
Type or types small singles

b . Type of constr,11ction0 _....:f=i run=e- - - -- -

c.

Average age - - ~50
~------

e:..._,tc,Oe..og_,eOo,O.,od_ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _
' - ~f~ae,ir
d . RepB.l.r

BUILDINGS:

REN U L VAL UES

SALE VALUES

HISTORY:

PREDOM-

PR,EOOM-

~

YEAR

I NAT ING

$

IINA1l lNG

RANGE

___=1,_

~00$

i 1s- 2s

20

100$

5,800

ZS

12- 18

15

----1L

B, 800

75

12- 18

:l,5

----1L

1929 level

2, 500- 9, QOO

$5M

..l9.li6. low

2, 500- 7, 500

1957 current

2, 500- 7, 500 .

Peak sale values occurred in 1927

and were

Peak rental values occu rred in 1929 and were

110

% of tbe 1929 level.

10G % of the

~929 level.

b. Owel!li ng units~$;

c. Home owners _ _,7.,,
5_ _ _-

SALES DEMAND: a. - ~po
_ or__

b. - - - - - -- -

c. Activ.ity is __,poc.c.•r:__ __

10.

RENTAL DEMAND: a. _ _f_a_ir
__

b. - --"
$1::;5:...:un
= it:::s:___

c. Activitr is --=f~== - - -

11-

NEW CONSTRUCTION:

12 •

AVAILABILITY OF MORTGAGE FUNDS:

13.

TREND OF DESIRABILITY NEXT 10-15 YEARS _ _~.,t,LJL_ _ _ __ _ __ _ __ _~

1 ~.

CLARIFY. I NG REMARKS :
Houses along Cooli dge Aye aver age abou t $7, 000 in value. These
are frame singles about 10 yrs old in good condition set apart W:i th lawns and
shrubbery. J u st below Cool idge Av e to the east the land dr0ps off precipitously
about 50 f t to Area D4 and is the location of a city dump .

15.

Information for th i s form was obtained from. _ __ ~lll~r._D,cee,nn,=es,t,.,t'--"an=d~M
, ,r,_,_._,L,,e~sc,s,,ar,,,.d_ _ __ _

8.

OCCUPANCY :

9.

a. Land~$;

sm. singles n ear

a. Types _ _,Kimld.!!wb!ialla!ab.-'S'-'t~,- -

b, Amount last year _ .,,___ __ __ _

a. Home purchaseJ1mited ;

b. H0me building limited

6/
c.;3:;:
0_ _ _ _ _ _1
. 93 2
Date _ .:,
(Over)

•
AREA DESCRIPTION
(For Instruct tons see Reverse St de)

NS FORM-8

2-3-37

1.

NAME OF CITY Manchester N. H.

2.

DESCRIPI'I ON OF TERRAI N.

Gradual sl ope south and east of Gossler Park . Low land west of

the park lmown as
3.

FAVORABLE INFLUENCES.

AREA NO. ~0~
9 _ __

SECURITY GRADE Yellow
11

The Flats 11 •

Good school s and churches, adequate transportation. Gessler Park
an amusement center . West of the park zoned for gener al residence.

Close to mills.
q. .

DETRIMENTAL INFLUENCES.

Flooded near the Piscataquog River in 1956. East of GOSsler Park
zoned for apartments and a great many 6 tenement houses are now
to be found here .

5.

INHABITANTS: Mixed foreigh mill workers
a.

Type and cigar maker s

c.

Foreign-born

;

· Belgian

;

40 $;

b. Estimated annual 'famH:y: income$ 800- 2,500
d. Negr0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

(IC1tio11.ci B t y j

6.

e.

Infilt r ation of _ _=-------

g.

Population is increasing _ _ __

7.

40

Aver age age

d. Repair

poor to fair
~ENT AL VALUES
P.REDOM-

PRE DOMRANGE

YE AR

I NAT ING

$2,500- 8,000

1929 level

.J.a.56 low
1957 curreo t

sta.:tie . X

b . l'ype of coostru e tion,:...,f'rcc.a:am=e_ _ __ _ _ _

SALE VALUES

HISTORY:

6M

%

RANGE

100$

___L_

I NAT ING

$15- 25

20

100$

2,000- 6,000

4 , 800

80

12-18

15

~5

2, 000- 6, 0QO

4 , 800

80

12-18

15

__1§_

and were

ilO

$ of the 1929 i evel.

Peak rental values occurred in 1 929 and were

100

$ of the 1929 level.

Peal< sale values occurr erl in

1927

b. Dwelling units~%;

c. Home owners

40

poor

b.

C, Aetivity is

none

RENTAL D!}IAND : a.'

poor

b.

c. Activ>ttis ,

"

11 ,

NEW CONSTRUCTION :

a . Types

12,

AVAILABILITY OF MORTGAGE FUNDS :

13.

TREND OF DESIRABILITY NEXT 10-15 ¥BARS

a. Land _§Q__ $ ;

8.

OCCUPANCY :

9.

SALES DEMAND: a .

10,

CLARIFYING REMARKS:

15.

$;

f. Rel!ief families, _ _,m=an=- - --=-'- -- - decreasing _ __ _ _ ___

BUILDINGS :
a. Type o r types Multi ram . tenements;
c.

- - -

( Tes o,r No)

b. Amount last ye

none

a . flame purchase limited ;

11

'>

'l.

b. Home buildoi ng limited

slowly downward

llmOJli St. is about 50 ft. above the adjacent 11 flatsn

to which it is
connected by a cement stairway at Bar t l ett St . Access to the 11 !lat8 11
only from Bl ucker St. on the south; Putnam St. from the East or
Bartlett St. on the Nor th. Dubuque and Cartier are dead end streets
coming up abruptly to a 40 foot sand bank.

Information f or th i s fo r m was ob t ained froin, _ _,,Mr:..!..~De,ee,nn,,,.,ec,tc,tc..ean"d"-'M
"r" .' --'L"e"s'=s"ar
=d _ _ _ _ __

Date - - - '6,_/""50' -_ _ _ _ _193 1.
(Over)

•

AREA DESC RIPTIO N

NS FORM-8

2-3-37

(For Instructions see Reuerse Stde)
AREA NO. _C_lO_ __

1.

NAME OF CITY _---'l;;;
,lan=cc:h::.es::;t:,e::.r.,_,..:N
:..:•C-"H,_._ _ _ _ SECURITY GRADE

Yellow

2.

DESCRIPTION OF TERRAIN. Rolling country, gradually r ising from the river. Largely
undeveloped open fields to the southwest.
Quiet section . Not much thl:-ough traffic. Schools and churches.

3.

FAVORABLE INFLUENCES.

~·

DETRIMENTAL INFLUENCES. Danger pf floods near the two r ivers . Oldest part on the

Good street car transportation as well as bus lines.

West side . Many houses not equipped with modern hea;ting and
plumbing.

s,

INHABITANTS:Cigar makers, mechanics
a.

Type

c.

Forei gn-born

b. Estimated annual !ami!l.y income$ 1- 4 2 500

& mill workers

German

d. Negro _ _ .....:~ - - - - - -- -

;...QQ_ $ ;

(laHon a ti.tyJ

6.

Infiltration of

g.

Population is increasing ____

deer easing _______-

BUILDINGS:
a . Type or types singles medium

fair to good

d. Repair

RENTAL VALUES

SALE VALUES

HISTORY:

PRE00M-

PREDOM-

%

I NAT ING

RANGE

sta:tiG, J

b. ]y,pe o1 constvuetion.-~fr=am:;;;.c•- - - -- ~ -

50

Average age

.ll..a1L

--- - %;

some French , s1011 :fl. Relie'f famill.ies _ ___;f,e
.ee,w:aaa_ _ _- ,-- - -

e.

c.
7.

(Tes or Ko)

RANGE

INAT ING

_L

1929 level

5-6 , 500

4 , 500

100%

15-30

25

100$

~low

2, 500- 5,000

3 , 500

75

15- 25

20

80

2, 500- 5, 000_

5, 500

75

· 15- 25

20

80

1957current

Peak sale values occurred in

% of the 1929 levei.

1927 and were 110

Peak rental values occurr ed i n 1929 and wer-e

100

% o, the 1i929 leve:l .

80

b . Dwelling units -90
- %·'

c. H0me owners

poor

b.

c. Activity is

poor

RENT AL DF}!AND : a .

"

b.

c. Activity is

"

11-

NEW CONSTRUCTION:

a. Types

12.

AVAILABILITY OF MORTGAGE FUNDS:

a. Home purc.li.ase limited;

13.

TREND OF DESIRABILITY NEXT

YEARS _ _,c
sl,co:.::wc:,ly,__,d,::oc::wn,:.war'.;"'-::Cd_ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ __

1 q.

CLARIFYING REMARKS.•:.__T""bc'e'--'b"e"s"t'o"
of
c....t=h=i;.·s'-,-'s',e"c-=t=i.,.on"=-l"i'°
· ec;src""b-ce-ct',w-"e~en= !r.!a~s~t=an=d=B~cyni=to=n~S~tr=•-•_t _s _
where some professional peopl e and business executives live
with an average income of approximately $6,000

a. Land ~

8.

OCCUPANCY:

9.

SALES DEMAND : a.

10-

15.

%;

1 or 2 sin[le

cottages ij5 , 500

10-15

b. Amount iasl year

few

b . Home buHa.ing limited

Information for th i s fo r m was obtained from _ __.1,t,.r~._.,,D,eenne,eee.t"'t'-'an=d'-"'M.,_
r.,_.~L,,e,c,se,see,:,.::
rd:__ _ _ _ __

Date _ _::,6/c:5:::0c__ _ _ _ _193 :.._
(Over)

NS FORM-8
2-3- 37

•

AREA DESC RI PTION

(F-or Instruct tons s ee Reuerse Stde)

NAME OF CITY

2.

DESCRIPI' I ON OF TERRAI N.

High point at . South Beech and I.Gold<-:< Streets . Gradual slope
North and Ea.st . Rolling country West of s. Beech St.

3.

FAVORABLE INFLUENCES.

Near Pine Island Park . Mostly zoned for gener al residence.

~·

D!ITRIMENTAL INFLUENCES.

Near three cemeteries . Largely undeve~oped, and unimproved
streets.

5.

INHABITANTS:
a.

c.

Manchester, N. H.

AREA NO. _ c_11_ _

i.

SECURITY GRAD)! Yellow

Street car transportation . School.

shoe
___c_workers
_ _ _ _ _ _ __
Type _ _
French
Foreign-born Irish
;_§Q_ $;

b. Estimated annual family income$ ~,500
d . Negro _.....!n~o'.,__ _ _ _ _ _- _ _

(,Gti on C1-H tyj

6.

e.

Infiltration of

g.

Population is increasing ____

Polish , slow

decreasing _ _ ~ - - - -

d . Repair--

RENTAL VAcUES
PRE DOM-

PREDOM-

~

1929

I NAT ING

2 , 500-5 , 000

level

static . X

poor to f air
~=~"--==---~ - -- -

SALE VALUES

YEAR

$

4 , 000

1.0 0 $

RANGE

......L..

I NAT! NG

$12-25

20

1:.00$

.1M.§ low

2-4 , 500

5,500

90

8- 18

15

75

1937 current

2-4 , 500

3, 500

90

8- 'l.8

'1.5

75

Pea.ka sa.le values occur r ed in 1927
Peak rental values occurred

lll

a.nd were

1929 a.nd were

110

% O> the 1929 l! eve'l.

100 % o•f the

1929

leveil .

h. Dwelling units -95
- $ ·'

c. Home owners

95

poor

h.

c. Activity is

p00r

"

b.

c. Activit:y i s

"

a. Land ___M_%;

8.

OCCUPANCY:

9.

SALES DEMAND: a.

10.

RENT AL DFilAND : a.

11.

NEW CONSTRUCTION:

12 .

AVAI LABILITY OF MORTGAGE FUNDS:

13 .

TREND OF DESIRABILITY NEXT 10- 15 YEARS _ _...:•:..:ta:::..:;ti;:;·c:__ __ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

1q.

CLARIFYING REMARKS :._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ __

15 .

Info rma. t ion f or th i s form wa.s ob ta.in ed from _ _~l~,lr~·~D~e,,nn=et-"t-'---'an=dc...:M
:.,r_•:---=
L:c:e,css:::ar=--:d,____ _ _ __

a. Types

%;

_e'-= - -- - b . l'yp e of c 0ns t ru ct: ion.----=fr"---run

Average a.ge _ _.e5c,,O_y,_e,,ar=se...__ __

HISTORY:

- - --

f. Relief frunilies _ m=an~y'--- -- - - - - =-

BUILDINGS:
a . Type or types small singles
c.

,.

(Tes or No ?

small singles

b . Amount last year

a . Home purchase limited

6

b. Home buil'.ding limited

Date _ _,s6"-"'
50e......_ _ _ _ _.193 ..!..
(Over)

•
AREA DESCRIPTIO N

NS FORM-8

(For Instructto ns see Reuerse Stde)

2-3-37

1.

NAME OF CITY _ _.=Mccllil=.c=h::ec=s-"ter=•-N::.•:....::Hc.•_ _ _ _ SECURI TY GRADE_~R~e~d_ _ _ AREA NO. ~D-=l~- -

2.

DESCRIPI'ION OF TERRAIN. Flat. Low north of railroad tracks

3.

FAVORABLE INF,LUENCES.

Near schools and churches. Zoned for general residence .

q..

DETRIMENTAL INFLUENCES.

Railroad tracks. Larg'ely undevelop ed except along Candia Rd,
Low and inclined to be swampy north of railroad tracks. ©il
tanks and junk yard near Portsmout h Ave.

5.

INHABITANTS: Native born
a. Type --=•-=h~o- =e~wo~r~k ~er=•~----- -

6.

7.

%;

c.

Foreign- born=~~ -,-,-,-~

e.

Infiltrati on of

g.

Populatio n is increasin g _ _ __

b. Estimated annual family income.$ 800 av.

%;

d. Negro
(Tes

(latio11a lityj

f. Relief families

Greeks slow

BUILDINGS:

a.

Type or types sm. cheap singles

c.

Av:erage age

35

static.

~

1929 level
~

low

1937 current

frame

RENT AL VAL UES
PREDOM-

%

RANGE

lNA T ING

20

100$

75

10-20

15

_1Q_

Z.'i

10-20

15

_1Q_

100$

1,800-5, 500

2,800

l,B00-3,SQO_

2,800

1927 and were

100

% of the 1929 level.

Peak rental values occurred in 1929 and were

100

% of the 1929 level.

Peak sale values occurred in

b. Dwelling uni ts ..Jlli._%;

c. Home owners

90

poor

b.

c. Activity is

poor

fair

b.

c. Activity is

faix

a . Land _5_%;

_L

$15-25

3,500

2-4!!

x

or

PRE DOMYEAR

few

b. Type of construct ion
d. Repair

I NAT ING

"

decreasin g

SALE VAL UES

HISTORY:

lo/

8.

OCCUPANCY:

9.

SALES DEMAND: a.

10.

RENTAL D™AND: a.

11-

NEW CCNSTRUCTION:

12 •

AVAILABILITY OF MORTGAGE FUNDS:

13.

TREND OF DESIRABILITY NEXT 10-15 YEARS _ __;de,o:.,wn=war=d,___ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

1q..

CLARIFYING REMARKS:._ _ _~s~p~ar=•e~l~y~s~e~tt~l~e~d_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

15 .

small nnits

a. Types 2 sm. singles

i5 2500 '

b. Amoun t last year

a. Home purchase limited;

2

b. Home building

limi ted

d _ _ _ _ __
Informati on for this form was obtained froin_~l-~r_._D_e_nn_e_t_t_an_d_l,_!r_._I_,e_s_s_ar__

Date _ __,6~/~3~0_ _ _ _ _ _1.931'._
(Over)

•

•

AREA DESCRIPTION
(fo; Instruc t tons see Reuerse Stde)

NS FORM-B
2-3-37

1.

AREA NO.-"p,.2_ __
NAME OF CITY _ _~Man=c~h~•~•t~er=~N~-~H~•-_ __ SECURIT Y GRADE_~R•~d~_ _

2.

DESCRIPTION OF TERRAIN. High point at Ashland St.

3.

FAVORABLE INFLUENCES,

q.

number
DETRIMENTAL INFLUENCES. Very old section . Houses not kept in good repair. A large
.

5.

INHABITANTS: mill worker s, clerks
a. Type
& shoe workers

Gradua l slope vrest.

Near grade and high school s and church es. Close in.
Street car transp ortatio n.

of old sheds and barns now abandoned. Irregu lar streets

c.

Swedish

Foreign -born

b. Estimat ed annual family incoU1e $ 900-1,5 00

__

, 15 %;

%;

d. Negro
( Ie s

{,ation aBtyj

6.

7.

e.

Infiltr ation of __n_o_ _ _ _ __

g.

Popula tion is increas ing ____

Of Ko)

f. Relief fam'l.lie s _ _,m,,an,,,._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

decreas ing _ _ _ _ _ __

static. x

BUILDINGS:conglomerate mixture of multi-f am.
a.

Type or types and cheap singles

c.

Average age

b. Xype of constru ction,~ fr"'-'am ""'e'--- ----

60

or

d. Repair

RENT AL VALUES

SALE VALUES

HISTORY:

PREOOM -

PRE DOMINAT!NG

RANGE

YE AR

II NA l' ING

......L.
100$

100$

1929 level

Imposs ible to determ ine because of oresenc e of variou s types old
obsole te buildin gs. Some remode lled. Rents would average $15 a month.

~low

\'I ~1

%

RANGE

curren t

Peak sale values occurre d in 1927

and were

Peak rental values occurre d in 1929 and were

••

Land

-95-%·'

% of the 1929 level.

100 % of the

b. Dwelling un.:its ~%;

1929 level.

c . Home owners

8.

OCCUPANCY:

9.

SALES DEMAND: a.

fair

b.

sm. singles

c . Activit y ,s

poor

10 ,

RENTAL DEMAND: a.

"

b.

sm. units

C,

Activit y is

fair

11,

NEW CONSTRUCTION:

12 ,

AVAILABILITY OF MORTGAGE FUNDS:

a. Home purchas e ljmi±,ad;

13.

TREND OF DESIRABILITY NEXT

YEARS_;s'-'ta"'-"ti.,·c;__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

10-

_ _ _ __
CLARIFYING REMARKS::_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

15 .

none

a. Types

10-15

b. Amount last year

none

b. Home buildin g limjted

:,r..:·...c'.D:c•no,ne:ee_t;ct,_,an,,,,d'--"Mr'--'-.~Le,ea,se,se,ar,,,_,d'------- Inform ation for this form was obtaine d from, ___cM

Date

_ __o,..,....____ ___193 ..1.

•

NS FORM-8

AREA DESCR!PTIOH
(For Instructions see Reuerse Stde)

2-3-37

1- NAME OF CITY

Manchester, N. H,

SECURITY GRADE, _~Re,ea:,d' - - - - AREA NO • ...=
D:.-3_ _

2.

DESCRIPI'ION OF TERRAIN.

West portion level with a gradual rise to the east.

3.

FAVORABLE INFLUENCES ,

Civic center . 5 to 10 minutes walk to business center. Many
schools and churches. Pil.aygrounds and parks.

~-

DETRIMENTAL INFLUENCES.

Congested houses in poor condition.

Number of large oa..d

singles converted into two or more apartments .
5.

INHABITANTS:
a. Type mi ll and shoe workers

c.

b . Estimated annual fam.ily inceme$ 800- 1,500

French, Polish

Fore i gn- born and Greek

d. Negro _-_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _

;_§Q_ $;

(lationaBtyj

6.

7.

Infi,l tration of

g.

Population is increasing

a.

Type or types 2

c.

Average age

deeueasing

converted
and 5 family

X

static .

b. Ty,pe 0f constr-ucti0n

RcN , AL VALUES

SALE VALUES
PREDOMRANGE

1U.E.

PRE00M-

%

INATING

--

dheap fram~

oor

d . Repair

HISTORY :

---- $ ;

large number

f. Relief families

e.

BUILDINGS:

(Tes o-r No)

RANGE

INAT' ING

_L

1929 level

?- lOM

?

100$

5-20

15

100%

..19.56. low

1- 6 M

?

60

5-17

12

80

1957 curr ent

1-6 M

?

60

3- 17

12

80

>n

were

100

% o; the 1929 1 e:vel.

Peak rental values occurred in 1929 and were

100

$ of

Peak sale values occurr ed

a. Land~%;

1927 and

b. Dwelling units

- 70- $·'

the 1929 lev:el.

c. Home owners

25

8.

OCCUPANCY :

9.

SALES DEMAND : a.

pear

b.

€.

10 .

RENTAL D!J,IAND: a.

"

b.

c. Activity is

11.

NEW GONSTRUCTION : a . Types

12 .

AVAILABILITY OF MORTGAGE FUNDS:

13.

TREND OF DESIRABILITY NEXT 10- 15 YEARS _ _•~t~e"•--d=i~ly~d_o.cwn=w__arc,_d_ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ __

1~.

CLARIFYING REMARKS :._- - =
In=-:-"se;'o"-t'ii::o:'n'.;b:co:::un;id"e;:d:;;;;b,cy';;;B;-;e;;;e:;;o'ih.,_,,cA;;;uccb;,urnsa''-''rniC•h"eTstn.----,u"t""an.,,.d,.,
M"anno-hme~•,_t~erlrmSTt~s
are to be found many vacant houses, partly boarded up and o ther s
which have not been painted in the last 25 years; inhabited by

Activity cs

b . Amount! last ye&c

ncme

a. Home purchase none

poor

"
none

b . Home bud.ld,i ng none

a mixture of foreign people.

15 .

Information for th i s form was obtained froin __M
=r'-'-.__;Dcc•=nn=•..:t..:t_an=d-'----Mr_._L_e_s_s ar
_ d_ _ _ _ _ __

Date _ c,
6/"3'-'0_ _ _ _ _ _ _1937_
(Over)

•
AREA DESCRIPTIO N
(?or InBtructt ons see Reverse Stde)

NS FORM-8
2-3-37

•

1,

D4
=:an=c:::h,:;es,.:tccer::..,_,_:cN:_:._Hec•'--- - - SECURITY GRADE _ _cRc.ce=d'------ AREA NO. ...C.0.....NAME OF CITY _ _cM

2.

DESCRIPTION OF TERRAIN.

Low land

3.

FAVORABLE INFLUENCES.

Near mills. Schools . Churches

q,

DETRIMENTAL INFLUENCES.

Proximity to manuf'a cturing area and river and very sparsely
settled. Unimprove d roads. Exposed to flood damage. Near
ice houses

S,

INHABITANTS:

b. Estimated annual fami!l.y income$ l,OOO-l,5 00

mill workers

a.

Type

c.

Foreign-b orn

French

; ~ $;

d . Negro _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

( ,4HoaaH tyJ

6.

7,

f. Relief famild.es

e.

Infiltrati on of

g.

Populatio n is increasing

vevy few
static. X

decreasin g

multi fam .

BUILDINGS:
a.

Type or types mill houses

c.

Average age

b. Type of construct ion

50

RENT AL VALUES

SALE VALUES

PREDOM-

PREDOMI NAT ING

RANGE

YEAR

1 , 500- 6 , 000

1929 level

frame

fair

d. Repair

HISTCRY:

- --- %;

(!es .o r Jo)

%

I NAT ING

RANGE

....L_

?

100$

5-18

?

100%

\'\JI.,, low

l-5M

?

70

4-15

?

80

1'111

l - 5.M

?

70

4-15

?

80

current

1927 and were

110

% of tbe 1929 level.

Peak rental values occurred in 1929 and were

100

% of the

Peak sale values occurr ed in

il.929

ievel.

b. Dwelling units~% ;

c. Home owners

20

none

b.

c . Activity is

none

RENTAL D!MAND: a.

fair

b.

c. Activity is

fair

11,

NEW CONSTRUCTION:

a. Types

12,

AVAILABILITY OF MORTGAGE FUNDS:

a . Home purchase

13.

TREND OF DESIRABILITY NEXT

YEARS _ _~d~own=w~ar~d~--- - - - - - - - - --

a. Land _5_ %;

8.

OCCUPANCY:

9,

SALES DEMAND: a.

10,

CLARIFYING REMARKS:

small units

none

10- 15

b . Amount last year

none

none

b. Home building

none

The northern strip of this area along the river bank is occupied
by summer colonists in single frame summer cottages in good

condition valued at an average of about $1,000 . These are in a
single line at the river edge. There are no other houses in
this sector .

1s .

I n fa rma t ion f o r t hi s form

was ob t ai ned f ram _ __eMe.r.,_._D,:es,nn=•e1te,t,__,,an=d_1,,,r,_,_._,L,,ec,sc,sc,eare.:,d_ __ __ _

Date ---"6/'-'3"0'--_ _ __ _

1.93

7._

AREA DESCRIPTION
(For Instructions see Reverse Stde )

NS FO R M-8
6-t-37

.

SECURITY GRADE __Re
_d
_ _ _ ..ffiEA. NO. _ns_

1.

NAME OF CITY

2.

DESCRIPI'I ON OF TERRAIN.

Gradual slope towar:d river

3.

FAVORABLE INFLUENCES.

Proximity to business center, schools and churches.

4.

DETRIMENTAL INFLUENCES.

Adjacent to manufacturing section ana maim railroad line.
Very old/mill houses in fair to poor condition
brick

5.

INHABITANTS:
a. Type
c.

Manchester , N. H.

b. Estimated an,n ual famili :iine001e$ 800- 15())0

!!!ill workers
French &
Foreign-born Irish

,

· _
80 ,.
,
, d. Negr0
( 1es

(l<itio1111UtyJ

6.

e.

Infilt r ation of

g.

Popul ation is increasing

7.

f. Reil.ie:f iamiil.ies

none

ma?lY

sta:tic. X

fair

d. Repair

SALE VALUES

HISTORY:

RilENTAL VALUES

PREDOM-

~

llil

I NAT ING

P,RIE IYQ'M -

%

R~NG 1E

_A_

I Nr~ il' I N_G

$6

7- 28M

17M

~:00$

$4--itO

~low

5- 20M

lOM

60

10-24

15

220

1957 current

5::20M

lOM

60

10-24

llS

220

1929

level

S;

fo j

b. Type of consti-uction briel!!

75 years

Aver age age

Of'

deereasing

multi fam.
BUILDINGS:
types
row houses
a. Type or

c.

Peak sale values occurred in
Peak rental values occurred in
90 $;

_ _

-

and were

% 0f the

19:29

iJ.e:vel.

and weFe

% 0f the

1929

lev,el.

1100$

~

8.

OCCUPANCY:

9.

SALES DEMAND: a. fair

b.

7500, 4 tenement

€,

10.

RENTAL DEMAND: a.

b.

$15- 20 units

c . Aetiv,iitf ii:s

11,

NEW CONSTRUCTION: a. Types

12,

AVAI LABILITY OF MORTGAGE FUNDS:

a. Home purchase

13.

TREND OF DESIRABILITY NEXT

YEARS

1q..

CLARI FYING REMARKS: These properties until 1956 were owned by the Amoskeag Mfg Co.
and rented only to employes. Rents have been raised by Amoskeag
Industries !Cnc. , the new owners. The northern part of this area is
the best and newest, and tenements are rented from $18-to $24 per
month per unit. Other buildings in the area are gradl:lB.lly being sold
for business & some have been remodelled into office buildings.

15 .

Information for this form was obtained from

a. Land

~ood

b. !)welling u.n i ts 95

none

10-15

$;

JlO

c. Heme 0wn~rs
-4.eti~il tf is

b. Amou,n t last year
limite~

%

fair
II

nene

b. Home builai,n,g

II

slowly downward

Mr. Dennett and Mr. Lessard

- - ---------------- -o_____....;1 93 .:i
Date __6__/_s_

(Ov.e r)

•

•

AREA DESCRIPT ION
(For Instructtons see Reverse Slde)

NS FORM-8
6-1-37

i.

NAME OF CITY _ ~M
~an=c~h•~s~t"'er~~N~•~H~•=---- SECURITY GRADE,_~Re:•c::d,__ _ /JlE~ N0. ~D'"6_ _ _

2,

DESCRIPI'ION OF TERRAIN.

High near the center and sloping toward both rivers.

3.

FAVORABLE INFLDENCES.

Near West Manchester business center and high school. Good
grade schools, churches and transportation.

4-

DETRIMENTAL INFLUENCES.

Railroad and a considerable number 0f old houses in peer
repair. One of the oldest sections of the west side.

INHABITANTS: cigar makers
a. Type --'"'""'"d....1.Ja"'bQ"'"r"'e"r"s'-- - - - -

6.

c.

Fvreign-born

e.

Infiltration of

g.

Population is increasing

BUILDINGS:
a. Type or types
C,

7,

Belgians ; ~ 'l;

(ICJtio11aB tyJ

b. Estimated annual f ami l! y l!nc0me $ 800- 1500

d. Negro _ -=- -- - - - - - - f, Re1ief fami1ies man

decreasi•ng

multi fam.

b. 'Fype of construct d.- on

60

Average age

stiat:ic.x

fair

d, Repair

RENTAL VAL ~ES

SALE VALUES

HISTORY:

PREDOMI NAT ING

~

1LJ..!i

fr ame

PREDOM-

$

RANGE

INAT. ING

_1=,

1929 level

2500-5M

4M

100$

8- 25

]5

100$

1956 low

2- 4M

5M

~5

6-20

12

80

l.957 current

2-4M

BM

75

6- 20

12

80

1927 and were

110

$ of the 1929 !level .

Peak rental values occurred in 1929 and were

100

$

Peak sale values occurred in

a. Land~$;

b. Dwelling units ..22_$;

of the !1929 level .
c. Home owners _ _ _5_0_ _ $

S.

OCCUPANCY:

9.

SALES DEMAND: a. - ~po
~ or~ _

10.

RENTAL DEMAND: a. - ~f~• ~
ir
~_

11,

NEW CONSTRUCTION:

12,

AVAILABILITY OF MORTGAGE FUNDS:

a. Home pu,rchase limited ;

13.

TREND OF DESIRABILITY NEXT

YBARS....cs:..:ta
c:.c.
ti:.c'---- - - -- - - - ~ ~ ~- -~

c. Activity is ____P:,_0_0_r__
b.

c . Activity ~s _ _ _
ra_ir
__

sm. units

no

a. Types _ _ ___::
no: __ __

10-15

b. Amount last year - -- = - - --

b. Home building

. 't d
11.Dli
e

CLARIFYING REMARKS:._____W
'i-e"t""'w"a"s"h'--asl"a"un'idry=,,'-,ian'=adcc'a'-'.cs,,,h_oe.;,.;s,,h;c.o"pc...cnc..e_ar
_ -'th-'e- P_i_s_c_a_ta__:q_u_og=--r-i_v_er..;
in area floodedSpring of 1956

1.5 •

Information for this form was obtained from _ ___::Mr::..:__:_D::•nn=•=-t:.t:...:an:=d_Mr:..:.'_L
_e:,_s__s_ar
_ d_ _ _ _ _ __
0

Date

6/50

193 !_

•

AREA DESCRIPTlON
(For Instructtons see Reverse Stde)

1.

NAME OF CITY ____
M....
an__c__h__e,....st._e__r~,__N___.'--=-H•______ SECURITY GRADE _______
Re_d____ AREA NO. _D_7,_ __

2.

DESCRIPrION OF TERRAIN. Gradual slope west to river. Rocky brush land

3.

FAVORABLE INFLUENCES.

q.

DETRIMENTAL INFLUENCES. Largely undeveloped; unimproved streets below B:r:ovm Ave; away
from schools, churches; transportation inconV,enient

5.

INHABITANTS:
a. Type laborers & shoe workers

c.

Mostly zoned for general residences

b. Estimated annual family ii,n,c0111e$ S(l)O-l5 oo

.
b
Greek & Irish _ 1M~;
Fore1gn- orn _ _ _ _ _ _ ; 60

d. N'e gro

( l11H o,ua U ty j

6.

7.

f. Relief families

e.

Infil tra,t ion of Polish, rapid

g.

Population is increasing __
X_ _

BUILDINGS:
a. Type or types cheap singles
c.

---.........-------,,.('Tes Of' JoJ

--~------------

decreasing---,:--.......,..,..._--

d. Rep a.it _ __,p!,;_o,;_o...;;r;__ _ ___,,,----~~-RENT AL V~IUJES
PREO<i>M-

PREDOMINATING

2M

$750-5,000

1929 level

1956low
current

9.

SALES DEMAND: a.

10.

RFNTAL DEMAND: a.

11.

NEW CONSTRUCTION:

Rene

rnol

1200

60

500-2M

1200

60

II

1927 and were 1_1_0_____ $ 0f the 1929 level.

Peak rental values occurred in
OCCUPANCY:

~

INM' I NG

S00-2M

Peak sale values occurred in

8.

st.a .tie.

frame
---------------

SALE VALUES
RANGE

many

b. Type of c0nstru€ti0n

Average age _____2__0_______

HISTORY:

---- I;

-

and were

9~I ;
b. Dwelling u,nits ~

c. H0me 0wners ,,.....__ _~5___

poor

b.

c. Aeiti vi t\Y is

none

b.

e. ActilvitJ i!s

a. Land

5

$;

II

----b. &neunt last ye~r
--------none
e. R0me euiiding --_.....~
II

a. Types ___
no_n_e_ _ _ _ __

AVAILABILITY OF MORTGAGE FUNDS:

none

-------

a. Home purchase

13.

TREND OF DESIRABILITY NEXT 10-15 YEARS _d_o_vm_:war
___
d ____________......,,_ _....,....._ _

14.

CLARI FYI NG REMARKS:,_ _ _P.....
o__
o"'"r....
er"-'-c,__1-a=s-s__
e-s_o___f......,.p__e_o...
p_le~in=-....c--h_ea
.....p_____f__r_am_e_h_o_u_s_e_s_________,~,,....,,..

15.

Information for this form was obtained from

-------------------Mr. Dennett and Mr. Lessard

Date

6/50

193
)

-7

AREA DESCRIPTION

NS FORM-8

(For Instructions

6-1-37

see

Reverse

S,t de)

1.

NAME OF CITY _ _
M_an_c_h_e_
st
.....e_r..:;,_N_._H_._ _ _ _ SZCURITY GRADE __R_e_d_ _ _ MIB:A NO. _n__
~___

2.

DESCRIPTION OF

3.

FAVORABLE INFLUENCES.

High along Brown Ave.

TERRAIN.

Steep incline to river.

Street car transportation; adjacent to P:l!ne Island Park, a
summer resort, school, churches and business center in

vicinity.
Exposed to flood damage

~-

DETRIMENTAL INFLUENCES.

5.

INHABITANTS:
a. Type _ _ _~s~h~oe""-'wo=r~k~er=s_ _ __

c.

Foreign-born

b. Estimated annual family; income$ 800-1500
d. Negro

French
(l4HOfl41' tyj

6.

7.

o,-

_ __ _ __
f'ew
f. Relief families ---'----='""'=""_,_

e.

Infiltration of Greeks slow

g.

Population is increasing _ _--:._

BUILDINGS:
a. Type or types small singles

c.

---- I;
-----------(1es
Jo)

de,c reasing _ _

...;a__ _ __ _ _

frame
·--=-------=-----=-

0

d. Repair _...;f;..;.aJ.r.;;;
.;.;.__-=---.......:..:...__ _-=-----==.;.....~

SALE VALUES

U :NT AL 1.lAUlJES
PRlE1IH:>M-

PRED0M-

1929

I NAT ING

RANGE

1.ll8.

level

$3,500

150Q-5M

$

Ql~N_GE

l-5M

2,soo

70

1957 current

l-3.M

2.500

70

l •N~T I NG

practiealll me

H>0$

1956 low

and were 110

Peak rental values occurred in -

and were _ _ _ $ of tith e

a. Land 10

OCCUPANCY:

9.

SALES DEMAND: a.

$;

-1L
1001

tenants

Peak sale values oecurred in 1927

8.

il(

t>. Type 0f c0nstrueti.on

Average age _ _.....;a4..:::5;..__ _ _ __

HISTORY:

Sta.tie.

$ of the 1929 l·ev:el.

b. Dwelling units ~S;

poor
b.
-------------practi c a.lly none
a.
----- ; --------,.--

1929

1eiVell.

95
$
----none
is
----is
-----

c. Home own,ers
c. Actiivity:

c. Activity

10.

RENTAL DEMAND:

11.

NEW CONSTRUCTION:

12.

AVAILABILITY OF MORTGAGE FUNDS:

13.

TREND OF DESIRABILITY NEXT 10-15 YEARS_s_t_a_ti_·c_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

14.

CLARIFYING REMARKS:

b.

a. Types _..,;;n;;;;o.;;;;n.::..e_ _ _ __

b. Amou,n t :last year

a. Home purehase limited

one
--------

b. Home building limited

A separate little community with its own stores, churches, schools

and branch post office. Near Manchester's new airport.
Th is section is known as Goff's Falls. fleischer Shoe C0. ha.,s a
factory at this point.

15.

Infonnation for this form was obtained fr01n

Mr. Dennett and Mr. Lessard

Date _.,,64-l/5wi.0'--______193 .1

•

AREA DESCRIPTION
(For Instructtons see Reverse S!de)

NS FORM·B
6-1-37

1·

NAME OF CITY ______.M...,an....,.c...,.h~~s""'t"'..
e r..,.,_N....:_•~H~-~-- SECURITY GRADE ___R...;.e_d_ _ AAEA N@. _n_
1....
o _ __

2.

DESCRIPl'ION OF TERRAIN. Level land

3.

FAVORABLE INFLUENCES.

4.

DETRIMENTAL INFLUENCES. Surrounded by industrial area; two through highways

5.

INHABITANTS: shoe workers
a. Type
c.

Foreign-born

Street car transportation; playground, 10 minutes walk to
schools and churches; meighborhood stores; :improved streets

b. Estimated a.11nual famHy ineeme $ 800-1500

·, _
70 $·
,

French

d. Negro

$;

( latio1'alHy J

6.

e.

Infiltration of Polish, slow

g.

Population is increasing

Average age

50

Of"

static. X

deereasing
b. Type of coustrueti0n

years

PREDOMI HATING

RANGE

..ll.A8..

SM

1929 level

5-6M

1956 low

2500-4M

5,500

1957 current

2500-4..lvl

3 2 500

frame

fair

d. Repair

SALE VALU!iS

HISTORY:

f ,o}

few

f. Relief families

BUILDINGS:
a. Type or types multi family
c.

7.

(1es

REf.JT!AL V~Ll!JES
$

P-RE00MI H~if I N:G

1R1ANGE

15-25

20

70

10--20

lS

--

70

10-20

15

75

-100$

and we11e

110

$

0f the

!1929

le;veL

Peak rental values occurred in 1929 an<il were

100

i 0f the

!1929

il.evelt.

Peak sale values occurred in 1927

a. Land 50

~
il.,0 0,$

75

8.

OCCUPANCY:

9.

SALES DEMAND: a.

10,

RENTAL Dm-1AND: a.

11.

NEW CONSTRUCTION:

12,

AVAILABILITY OF MORTGAGE FUNDS:

13 .

TREND OF DESIRABILITY NEXT 10-15 YEARS _ ....
s...,ta- t...i=c_____...;....._

1~.

CLARIFYING REMARKS:._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

15.

Infonnation for this form was obtained from

b. Dwelling units ~S;

c. H0me 0wn,e ,r s

none

b.

c. Aetivity is

none

fair

b.

c. Aeti:vity is

fair

$;

small units

a. Types _ _ _ _--=n__
o _ __

b. Amount il.ast year

a. Home purc,hase limited;

n0
--------

b. H0me li>iuild!i.n,g limited

1

__,,.________..;;

f.Tr. Dennett and i.lr. Lessard

-------------------Date _____6,1../_50_ _ _ _ _....;193 !,

•

AREA DESCRI PT ION
(For Instruction~ see Reuer.se StdeJ

NS FORM-8
6-1-37

l,

NAME OF CITY _ _ Man
_ c_
h_es_t_e_r __
, _N_._H
_ ._ _ _ _ SECURITY GRADE _ _ R_e_d_ __ AREA NO. __n_1_1 __

2.

DESCRIPrlON OF TERRAIN. Low lying valley through which runs a brook, tributary to the
Merrimack , a lthough the brook is being piped by W. P .A.

3.

FAVORABLE INFLUENCES.

Zoned for gener al res idence

q. .

DETRIMENTAL INFLUENCES.

Almost entirely lll'ldevel0ped!. No transpo:utati on facilities.
Unimproved streets. No schools . Only Eve_ St. built up.

5.

INHABITANTS:
a. Type
laborers
c.

Foreign-barn

b. Estimated annual famili ineeme $800-1500

,_
· 75 $·)

French

d. Negro

$;

( lat\01uiU ty J

6.

Infiltrati on of

g.

Population is increasing

decreasing

BUILDINGS:
a. Type or types single co t tages

Sit a.t h;. X

Ii>. Type 0f c0nstruetion

15

Average age

RANGE

~

PREDOMI NAT I NG

1- :9.!

level

2M

RIENl'AL V1ALUES
PREHM-

%

R~NGE

-

none

100$

1- 2500

1,800

90

IT

1957 current

1-2500

1 1800

90

II

1927 and were

Peak rental values occurred in

8.

OCCUPANCY:

9-

SALES DEMAND: a.

a. Land

10 %;

none

-

.J._

I N,Ailid NG

1956 low

Peak sale values occurred in

cheap frame

poor t 0 f a ir

d. Repair
SALE VALUES

HISTORY:

1929

few

f. Relief families

e.

c.
7.

(1es or. '10)

100

an<!l were

$ 011
$

1,00$,

the 1929 level .

0f the

1'929

Jlev,el .

b. Dwelling u,n its ~ $;

e. Heme 0wn,el<"s

Ii>.

G,

b.

c. Aeti vi ty i:s

'.Aetivit:y is

90

n0n.e

10,

RENTAL D™AND: a. no rents

11.

NEW CONSTRUCTION:

12.

AVAILABILITY OF MORTGAGE FUNDS:

13 .

TREND OF DESIRABILITY NEXT 10-15 YEARS

1 ~.

CLARI FYI NG REM ARKS :._ ___.~=.ta.._..ny___..o,_f_t~h:""e=s"-';e;......;;c..;.o-:-t__
ta._,g:--e....s_ h-:-a:-::--v":"".e:-b_e_e-;-n_b1_1i_J_t--:;b_.,\.--:-t_h_e-:o:-w~ne~r-s_t_,h_e_m...,s__e...,.l..,,.v_e _s
with no plan or design. Altholilgh several streets are shown on
the map, they are not actually laid out.

15.

Information for this form was obtained froin

a. Types _...;n~o_n;.;;.
e _ _ _ __
a . Home purchase

none
- ------buil<ilin,g none
----

b. Amou,n t last yea·r
none

b. Heme

downward
------.a..;.;,a~,;,;;_.---------------

Mr. Dennett Mr. Lessard
-------------------&

Ii>ate - --'-6.:.../3_0_ _ _ _ __ 193 2