Mexico.

Mexico.

Date: 1904
Creator: Americana Company
Description: Map shows railroads, Gulf and Pacific shipping routes via the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, boundaries of Mexican states. Relief shown by shading. Scale [1:10,140,000].
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library
Isthmus of Panama. : showing Panama Canal.

Isthmus of Panama. : showing Panama Canal.

Date: 1904
Creator: Rand McNally and Company
Description: Map shows path of the Panama Canal, proposed dams, lakes, and reservoirs, canal locks, existing and "proposed new location" for the railroad, cities and towns, and named mountain peaks. Insets: "Republic of Panama" and "Profile of Panama Canal." Relief shown by hachures, profile, and spot heights. Depths shown by profile. Scale [ca. 1:633,600].
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library
Dominion of Canada.

Dominion of Canada.

Date: 1904
Creator: Americana Company
Description: Map shows early twentieth century provinces, railroads, cities, towns, rivers, lakes, and mountains in the "Dominion of Canada." Relief shown by shading. Scale [ca. 1:18,400,000].
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library
Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland

Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland

Date: 1904
Creator: C.S. Hammond & Company
Description: Map shows early twentieth century Canadian provinces, major cities, and transportation routes. Relief shown by hachures, spot heights, and "height of land" delineation. Scale [ca. 1:20,275,000].
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library
Ohio.

Ohio.

Date: 1904
Creator: Americana Company
Description: Map shows railroads, canals, counties, county seats, cities, and towns; street layout on insets. Insets: [Map of Cleveland and vicinity] and [Map of Cincinnati and vicinity]. Scale [ca. 1:1,700,000].
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library
Oklahoma and Indian Territory.

Oklahoma and Indian Territory.

Date: 1904
Creator: Americana Company
Description: Map shows counties, county seats, cities, towns, railroads, Indian record districts by number, and notable physical features. Inset: [Oklahoma Panhandle]. Includes key to map. Relief shown by shading. Scale [ca. 1:2,400,000].
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library
Map of the United States.

Map of the United States.

Date: 1904
Creator: Cram, George Franklin, 1841-1928
Description: Map shows early twentieth century United States boundaries, major travel routes, major cities, towns, and notable physical features. Relief shown by hachures. Scale [ca. 1:9,200,000].
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library
Arkansas.

Arkansas.

Date: 1904
Creator: Americana Company
Description: Map shows early nineteenth century Arkansas railroads, counties, cities and towns. Scale [1:18,400,000].
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library
[Letter from to Mary Moore, September 13, 1904]

[Letter from to Mary Moore, September 13, 1904]

Date: September 13, 1904
Creator: unknown
Description: Letter to Mary Moore in which the author wishes the could visit. She says the goldenrod is blooming.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
[Letters from William McKinely and Birdie McGee to Claude and Linnet Moore White, March 30, 1904]

[Letters from William McKinely and Birdie McGee to Claude and Linnet Moore White, March 30, 1904]

Date: March 3, 1904
Creator: Mckinely, William
Description: Letter from Will McKinley to Claude and Linnet Moore White in which the author says that he misses Texas and intends to come back. He describes the illness and death of his mother. He also thanks Claude White for his kindness to Birdie McGee. Birdie writes that she has visited the Shaw's garden, which she said had received 27,00 visitors the day she visited. She gives a description of the exhibit and buildings. She is afraid that they have made a bad move. Both she and Will liked the Dallas area better. Will thinks it would be better to move and live with "father and aunt Ellen." She regrets that she sold so many of her belongings before the move. She said that she experienced a "real winter" while she was in St. Louis. She says she will send a picture of Mattie. Vada Dobbins married Mr. Parker and started for Texas. She became ill in Memphis and died in a few hours.
Contributing Partner: UNT Archives
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