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 Decade: 1920-1929
 Year: 1925
 Collection: O.K. Hobbs Plat Book
Map of A. E. Pool's Subdivision of the North One Half of Lot Number 3, Block 199, Abilene, Taylor County, Texas [#1]

Map of A. E. Pool's Subdivision of the North One Half of Lot Number 3, Block 199, Abilene, Taylor County, Texas [#1]

Date: December 22, 1925
Creator: McKean, J. P.
Description: Map of A. E. Pool's Subdivision in the city of Abilene, Texas bordered by North Fifteenth, Mesquite, and North Ninth streets and Cedar Hill Cemetery. The subdivision is divided by Frederick, McNairy, North Tenth, Carrollton, Prince, Ash, and Plum streets. Each lot is subdivided into numbered segments showing property divisions. Scale : 1:2,400.
Contributing Partner: Abilene Christian University Library
[Map Showing Location of Proposed Paving, with Details #1]

[Map Showing Location of Proposed Paving, with Details #1]

Date: May 14, 1925
Creator: Hobbs, Oscar Knox
Description: Plat of a portion of Abilene, Texas bordered by North Tenth, Hickory, North Eighth, and Grape streets. Each block is subdivided to show individual properties (some labels are marked out and hand-corrected) as well as notations regarding proposed paving and drainage projects. At the top of the map, there is an inset to the left which is a "Typical Cross-Section of Proposed Alley Pavement" (Scale 1:4) and, to the right, a "List of private property to be acquired for alley purposes." Along the right side of the map, there is a second inset, "Detail of Alley Intersection with Street" (Scale 1:240) with a further note: "Plans and Sections for drainage of Grape Street Swamp. Specifications to be City of Abilene's standard for curb and gutter and for one course concrete." Scale 1:2,400
Contributing Partner: Abilene Christian University Library
Map of North Park Addition to Abilene, Texas [#1]

Map of North Park Addition to Abilene, Texas [#1]

Date: January 7, 1925
Creator: McKean, J. P.
Description: Plat of a portion of Abilene Texas, showing various numbered lots including blocks that are subdivided to show individual properties with notations about acreage. There is a small sketch in the lower left corner showing the relation of several properties in relation to a creek. Scale ca. 1:6667 (Scale in varas.)
Contributing Partner: Abilene Christian University Library
Map of North Park Addition to Abilene, Texas [#2]

Map of North Park Addition to Abilene, Texas [#2]

Date: January 7, 1925
Creator: McKean, J. P.
Description: Plat of a portion of Abilene Texas, showing various numbered lots including blocks that are subdivided to show individual properties with notations about acreage. There is a small sketch in the lower left corner showing the relation of several properties in relation to a creek. Scale ca. 1:6667 (Scale in varas.)
Contributing Partner: Abilene Christian University Library
Map of H. Lilius' Subdivision of Lots Number 3 and 4, Block "D" of the Ledbetter Addition to Abilene, Texas

Map of H. Lilius' Subdivision of Lots Number 3 and 4, Block "D" of the Ledbetter Addition to Abilene, Texas

Date: September 5, 1925
Creator: Beard, Truman & McKean, J. P.
Description: Map of H. Lilius' Subdivision in the City of Abilene, Texas bordered by Center, Kirkland, Chestnut, and White streets. The block is divided into numbered segments showing property divisions. Scale 1:600.
Contributing Partner: Abilene Christian University Library
Map of A. E. Pool's Subdivision of the North One Half of Lot Number 3, Block 199, Abilene, Taylor County, Texas [#2]

Map of A. E. Pool's Subdivision of the North One Half of Lot Number 3, Block 199, Abilene, Taylor County, Texas [#2]

Date: December 22, 1925
Creator: McKean, J. P.
Description: Map of A. E. Pool's Subdivision in the city of Abilene, Texas bordered by North Fifteenth, Mesquite, and North Ninth streets and Cedar Hill Cemetery. The subdivision is divided by Frederick, McNairy, North Tenth, Carrollton, Prince, Ash, and Plum streets. Each lot is subdivided into numbered segments showing property divisions. Scale : 1:2,400.
Contributing Partner: Abilene Christian University Library