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1888 Williamson County, State of Texas #1832
August 1888
Copyright 1888 by R. M. Hall, Commissioner of the General Land Office of Texas.
Map is certified by Hall's signature. Lithography by A. Gast Bank Note and
Lithographic Company, St. Louis and New York. Map shows land sections by
owner and/or number and/or date of title, railroads, rivers, creeks, towns, and
names of surrounding counties. Black and white print. Scale: 1 inch-2ooo varas.
Size: 36 inches x 281/ inches.
[1889?] Jules A. Appler's Map of San Antonio, Texas, #1052a
and Suburbs
In printed colors the map shows streets, blocks by number, public grounds and
buildings, lakes, the river, railroads, highways, original city limits, car lines, and
concentric circles at one mile intervals. Size: 41 inches x 28 inches.
1889 Texas, Coleman Sheet #1851
"Reconnaissance Map. United States Geological Survey, J. W. Powell, Director.
Henry Gannett, Chief Geographer. A. H. Thompson, Geographer in charge.
Triangulation by R. U. Goode. Topography by C. H. Fitch. Surveyed in 1887.
Edition of February 1889. Reprinted December 19o5. Contour interval fifty feet."
Map shows towns, roads, railroads, rivers, creeks, intermittent streams, mountains,
camps, elevation, and bayous for parts of Coleman and Brown counties. Printed
in three colors. On the reverse side is "Description of the Topographic Map of the
United States" and a legend of "Conventional Signs."
1889 Delta County, State of Texas #1825
October 1889
Copyright 1888 by R. M. Hall, Commissioner of the General Land Office of Texas.
Map is certified by Hall's signature. Lithography by A. Gast Bank-Note and
Lithographic Company, St. Louis and New York. Map shows land sections by
owner, towns, rivers, creeks, and names of surrounding counties. Black and white
print. Scale: 1 inch-2ooo varas. Size: 231/2 inches x 33/8 inches.
1889 Ector County, State of Texas #1815
August 1889
Copyright 1888 by R. M. Hall, Commissioner of the General Land Office of Texas.
Lithography by Aug. Gast Bank-Note and Lithographic Company, Map Publishers,
St. Louis. Map shows land sections by number, blocks by number and owner,
townships, rivers, creeks, lakes, a few land sections by owner, and names of
surrounding counties. Black and white print. Scale: 1 inch-4ooo varas. Size: 22e
inches x 18 inches.

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