MEC407 wrote:I think there might be a D&H-era system map in the Scott Hartley book Guilford: Five Years of Change. I can't remember for sure, but it's worth borrowing from the library even if there isn't a map in it.Sounds like an interesting book no matter what's inside! Just curious how many libraries have it though -- have you found it at a particular library somewhere?
MEC407 wrote:In Maine, the majority of the public and college libraries are linked electronically, so you basically have almost every library in the state at your fingertips, and there's no charge for it either. I think there are probably six or seven libraries in Maine that have this book. None of them are near me but I've been able to borrow the book several times in the past just by going onto my local library's web site and "ordering" it. They email me a few days later when it's ready for me to pick up.Interlibrary loan is essentially worldwide. When I worked for a library in Boston we handled ILL books from all over the place. Generally when you search your local library's website, you can search either the local catalog, or everything at other libraries too (usually through worldcat). I'm sure you could easily find a copy, and I'm sure your local library would be happy to help you find it.
I'm not sure if MA has a similar system but I'd be shocked if they didn't. I'm certain there must be at least a few libraries in MA who have a copy.