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Reprinted December 19o4. Contour interval fifty feet." Printed in three colors the
map shows parts of the counties of Young, Jack, Parker, Erath; and most of Palo
Pinto County, and denotes towns, roads, rivers, creeks, lakes, mountains, gaps,
elevations, Brannons Ferry, and railroads. On the reverse side of the map is
"Description of the Topographic Map of the United States" and a legend of
"Conventional Signs." Scale: 1/25,oo000 or 3 inches-6 miles. Size: 171/2 inches x 15
inches.
1891 Geological Map of the Staked Plains #1880
and Adjacent Area
Geological Survey of Texas. E. T. Dumble, State Geologist. Third Annual Report,
1891, Plate IV. W. F. Cummins, Geologist for Northern Texas. N. F. Drake, Assistant.
Map shows counties, towns, lakes, rivers, creeks, railroads, routes, irrigation canals,
geological information, and mountains. Photostat. Scale: 3s/4 inches-7o miles. Size:
16/4 inches x 151/ inches.
[1892? ] Lubbock, Texas #119
Map shows streets by name, blocks by number, and lots by number. Map is bounded
on the north by North Seventh, on the west by Mesquite Street, on the south by
South Seventh, and on the east by East Street. Photostat. Size: 17 inches x 17 inches.
[1892?] Cretaceous Area North of the Colorado River #1560
Showing Artesian Water Conditions
By J. A. Taff and S. Leverett. Map shows counties, towns, rivers, railroads, artesian
water information. Photostat. Scale: 11/ inches-o miles. Size: 20o/4 inches x 121/4
inches.
1892 Texas, Abilene Sheet #1738
"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 189o.
Edition of February 1892. Reprinted February 1908. Contour interval fifty feet."
Printed in three colors the map shows most of Taylor County and parts of Runnels,
Coleman, and Callahan counties; and denotes towns, mountains, rivers, creeks,
intermittent streams, railroads, elevations, with names of adjoining published sheets
in the margins. On the reverse side of the map is "Description of the Topographic
Map of the U. S." and a legend of "Conventional Signs." Scale: 1/125,ooo or 3
inches-6 miles. Size: 171/2 inches x 15 inches.
1892 Texas, Ballinger Sheet #1735
"Reconnaissance Map. United States Geological Survey. J. W. Powell, Director.
Henry Gannett, Chief Topographer. R. U. Goode, Geographer in charge. Triangu-
lation by Charles F. Urquhart. Topography by H. S. Wallace. Surveyed in 189o.
Edition of February 1892. Reprinted November 19o6. Contour interval fifty feet."
Printed in three colors the map shows most of Runnels and Coleman counties and
part of Concho County, and denotes towns, railroads, roads, rivers, creeks, eleva-

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