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1894 Texas, Taylor Sheet #1743
"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 A. F. Dunnington. Surveyed in 1885. Edition of January
1894. Contour interval fifty feet." Printed in three colors the map shows names
of adjoining published sheets in the margin, towns, railroads, roads, rivers, creeks,
and elevation for parts of Williamson, Bell, Milam, and Lee counties. Scale:
1/125,000 or 3 inches-6 miles. Size: 171 inches x 15 inches.
1894 Texas, Taylor Sheet #1744
"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 A. F. Dunnington. Surveyed in 1885. Edition of January
1894. Reprinted September 1902. Contour interval fifty feet." Printed in three
colors the map shows names of adjoining published sheets in the margin, towns,
railroads, roads, rivers, creeks, and elevations for parts of Williamson, Bell, Milam,
and Lee counties. 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,oo0 or 3
inches-6 miles. Size: 17 inches x 15 inches.
[1895 ?] Partial View of Austin, Texas #926E
Map shows streets by name giving names of the east-west streets before they were
changed to numbers, buildings, trolley lines, parks, creeks, rivers, and railroads.
Map is a black and white drawn picture of Austin showing houses, trees, carriages,
and other details. A note promoting Austin as the coming manufacturing center
of the south is undersigned by the Austin Rapid Transit Railway Company, The
Board of Trade. On the reverse side of the map is an enlargement of Hyde Park
Addition and an inset of the City Dam and Lake, Austin, Texas. Size: 261/4 inches
x 38/4 inches.
[1895?] Map of the Texas and Pacific Railway #404D
and Connection
In printed colors the map shows Texas and surrounding states, rivers, towns, and
railroad lines. One copy and one photostat. Size: 23 inches x 173/4 inches.
1895 Fort Bend County #1797
Subtitle: "General Land Office, March 1895." Copyright 1893 by W. L. McGaughey,
Commissioner of the General Land Office of Texas. Map is certified by his signature.
Map shows land sections by owner and/or date of title and/or number, rivers,
land blocks by owner, creeks, lakes, towns, railroads, and names of surrounding
counties. Black and white print. Scale: 1 inch-4ooo varas. Size: 235/s inches x 215/
inches.
1895 Texas, Marfa Sheet #1860
"Reconnaissance Map. United States Geological Survey, Charles D. Walcott, Director.
A. H. Thompson, Geographer. R. U. Goode, Topographer in charge. Triangulation

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