|Medium on Ground:||Includes one graphite and pen and ink drawing on tracing paper and one blueprint reproduction of the same|
|Geographical Area:||United States|
|Period:||Vintage, Early 20th Century|
|Artist (Nationality, Lifespan):||D. A. Hulick, Civic Engineer|
|Title:||Suburban Map of Greenville, S.C.: Showing Leading Roads, Industries, Etc. Compiled from Actual Surveys & Official Records.|
|Signature:||Drawing is labeled by the engineer below title|
|Map Type:||City Map, Ordinance Map|
- toning and foxing to paper sheets; moisture damage throughout causing stains and warping to tracing paper and significant fading of Prussian blue along one side of blueprint; edge wear and crush to sheets, paper sheets are brittle and easily tear, with notable vertical tears to both from upper and lower edges, with some tape to blueprint; sheets tend to curl from rolled storage.
- measures the original drawing.