The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 64, July 1960 - April, 1961 Page: 123
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Notes and Documents 123
131 Texas OfJicial Highway Travel Map, 1951
PUBLISHER: Texas State Highway Department [?].
CATALOG NUMBER: M976.4o9 1951t.
Counties, towns, rivers, highways, and national and state parks are featured on
this six-color map. It has twelve city map inserts including Houston, Galveston,
Dallas, Fort Worth, San Antonio, Wichita Falls, Amarillo, Waco, Austin, El Paso,
Corpus Christi, and Port Arthur. There are four information inserts on mileages,
facts about Texas, travel, and Texas Highway Signs. On the back the map pictures
numerous points of interest in Texas and features a small map tracing the principal
roads throughout the United States. The map is 36 x 28 inches.
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