The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 66, July 1962 - April, 1963

Notes and Documents

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Printed in three colors. On the reverse side of the map is "Description of the
Topographic Map of the United States" and a legend of "Conventional Signs."
Scale: 1/125,000 or 3 inches-6 miles. Size: 171/2 inches x 15 inches.
1893 Texas, Dallas Sheet #1727
"Reconnaissance Map. United States Geological Survey. George Otis Smith, Director.
Henry Gannett, Chief Topographer. R. U. Goode, Geographer in charge. Triangu-
lation by Charles F. Urquhart. Topography by H. S. Wallace. Surveyed in 1889.
Edition of March, 1898. Reprinted February i~og. Contour interval fifty feet."
Printed in three colors the map shows most of Dallas County and parts of Ellis,
Denton, Collin, Rockwall, and Kaufman counties; and denotes towns, roads,
railroads, rivers, creeks, elevations, Barn Bridge, ponds, Haught's Store, Oak Cliff
as separate town, with names of published adjoining sheets in the margin. On the
reverse side of the map is "Description of the Topographic Map of the United
States" and a legend of the "Conventional Signs." Scale: 1/125,ooo or 3 inches-
6 miles. Size: 171/2 inches x 15 inches.
1893 Texas, Fort McKavett Sheet #1748
"United States Geological Survey, J. W. Powell, Director. A. H. Thompson,
Geographer. R. U. Goode, Geographer in charge. Triangulation by Charles F.
Urquhart. Topography by R. O. Gordon. Surveyed in 1891. Edition of November
1893. Contour interval twenty-five feet." Printed in three colors the map shows
Schleicher, Menard, Kimble, and Sutton counties; with draws, ranches, roads,
elevations, valleys, towns, hollows, rivers, buildings. Scale: 1/125,000 or 21/2
inches-5 miles. Size: 171/A inches x 15 inches.
1893 Clarke and Courts Map of Galveston #1526
and Vicinity
Subtitle: "Embracing the Counties of Brazoria, Galveston, Chambers, Jefferson,
Harris, Fort Bend and Liberty and also portions of Austin, Waller, Wharton and
Matagorda." Copyright 1893 by Clarke and Courts. Map shows counties, major
towns, railroads, proposed railroads, rivers, bayous, and lakes. Black and white
print. Scale: 4 inches-25 miles. Size: 16/4 inches x 21s/ inches.
1893 Texas, Georgetown Sheet #1745
"Reconnaissance Map. United States Geological Survey. J. W. Powell, Director.
Henry Gannett, Chief Geographer. A. H. Thompson, Geographer in charge. Tri-
angulation by E. M. Douglas. Topography by A. F. Dunnington. Surveyed in 1885.
Edition of December 1893. Reprinted September 1905. Contour interval fifty feet."
Printed in three colors the map shows most of Williamson and parts of Burnet,
Bell, and Travis counties and denotes towns, railroads, roads, rivers, creeks, moun-
tains, elevations, with names of adjoining published sheets in margins. On the reverse
side of the map is "Description of the Topographic Map of the United States"
and a legend of "Conventional Signs." Two copies. Scale: 1/125,000 or 3 inches-
6 miles. Size: 171/, inches x 15 inches.

Texas State Historical Association. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 66, July 1962 - April, 1963. Austin, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth101196/. Accessed December 19, 2014.