The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 66, July 1962 - April, 1963 Page: 290

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[1894?] Map of the Texas and Pacific Railway #404C
and Connection
In printed colors the map shows Texas and surrounding states, rivers, towns, and
railroad lines. One copy and one photostat. Size: 22/4 inches x 17s/4 inches.
1894 Texas, Blanco Sheet #1849
"United States Geological Survey. J. W. Powell, Director. Henry Gannett, Chief
Geographer. A. H. Thompson, Geographer in charge. Triangulation by E. M.
Douglas. Topography by C. H. Fitch. Surveyed in 1884-1885. Edition of March
1894. Reprinted June 1903. Contour interval fifty feet." Printed in three colors the
map shows towns, roads, rivers, creeks, mountains, springs, hills, elevations, and
names of adjoining published sheets for parts of Blanco, Burnet, Travis, Hays,
and Comal counties. Scale: 1/125,000 or 3 inches-6 miles. Size: 171/ inches x 15
inches.
1894 Texas, Blanco Sheet #1848
"United States Geological Survey. J. W. Powell, Director. Henry Gannett, Chief
Geographer. A. H. Thompson, Geographer in charge. Triangulation by E. M.
Douglas. Topography by C. H. Fitch. Surveyed in 1884-1885. Edition of March
1894. Contour interval fifty feet." Printed in three colors the map shows parts of
Blanco, Burnet, Travis, Hays, and Comal counties; and denotes mountains, rivers,
creeks, towns, hills, springs, elevations, and names of adjoining published sheets.
Scale: 1/125,00ooo or 3 inches-6 miles. Size: 171/ inches x 15 inches.
1894 Texas, Brady Sheet #1752
"Reconnaissance Map. United States Geological Survey. J. W. Powell, Director.
Henry Gannett, Chief Geographer. A. H. Thompson, Geographer in charge. Tri-
angulation by R. U. Goode. Topography by C. H. Fitch. Surveyed in 1886. Edition
of October 1894. Reprinted December 1906. Contour interval fifty feet. Datum is
mean sea level." Printed in three colors the map shows most of McCulloch County
and parts of Coleman, Brown, and San Saba counties; and denotes mountains,
rivers, creeks, towns, roads, elevations, intermittent streams, ponds, with names of
adjoining published sheets in the margins. On the reverse side is "Description of
the Topographic Map of the United States" and a legend of "Conventional Signs."
Scale: 1/125,ooo or 21/ inches-5 miles. Size: 171/2 inches x 15 inches.
1894 Texas, Brady Sheet #1750
"Reconnaissance Map. Department of the Interior, John Barton Payne, Secretary.
United States Geological Survey, George Otis Smith, Director. Henry Gannett,
Chief Geographer. A. H. Thompson, Geographer in charge. Triangulation by
R. U. Goode. Topography by C. H. Fitch. Surveyed in 1886. Edition of 1894.
Reprinted 1920o. Contour interval fifty feet. Datum is mean sea level." Printed in
three colors the map shows most of McCulloch County and parts of Coleman,
Brown, and San Saba counties; and denotes towns, roads, rivers, creeks, intermittent
streams, elevations, and mountains. On reverse side of map is "The Topographic
Map of the U. S." and a legend of "Conventional Signs." Scale: 1/125,ooo or s2;/
inches--5 miles. Size: 171/ inches x 15 inches.

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