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Merkel

Description: Plat of the town of Merkel, Texas which appears to have been part of a survey for the Texas & Pacific Railway Company. The various blocks of the town are divided to show the property lines. A legal statement at the top of the page asserts that the map is an accurate representation of the town and is signed by the land commissioner for the railway company. An inset in the upper-left corner shows the Grimes County School land. The map appears to have been sketched on a page from a ledger. Scale 1:3,600 (This map, Scale 1"=300', Drawn on Record 1"=200')
Date: May 16, 1931
Creator: Hobbs, Oscar Knox

Town Plat of Maryneal

Description: Sketch of a portion of Maryneal, Texas showing a tract of property belonging to the Smalley family. Along the right side, there is a handwritten note from the owner of land that abuts the Smalley tract asking for clarification about where the property lines fall. The map was drawn on the back of a page of text containing legal statements.
Date: unknown

[Topographic City Plat]

Description: Topographic map showing elevations and a body of water (Cedar Creek) overlaid on a map of city streets and properties. The city segment appears to be a portion of Abilene, Texas bordered to the west by Oak Street and to the east by Cedar Creek. Elevation lines are drawn in color with notations marking the measurements.
Date: unknown

Abilene East Inc. Presents: Radford Hills

Description: Map of a portion of Abilene, Texas encompassing the Radford Hills subdivision. The map, printed on a newspaper clipping, shows the streets and property lines within the subdivision. The opposite side of the page contains advertisements. The clipping was taken from The Abilene Reporter-News, Abilene, Texas, Sunday Morning, April 21, 1963.
Date: April 21, 1963
Creator: Abilene East, Inc.

Merkel.

Description: Plat of the town of Merkel, Texas which appears to have been part of a survey for the Texas & Pacific Railway Company. The various blocks of the town are divided to show the property lines. A legal statement at the top of the page asserts that the map is an accurate representation of the town and is signed by the land commissioner for the railway company. An inset in the upper-left corner shows the Grimes County School land. Scale 1:3,600
Date: May 16, 1931
Creator: Hobbs, Oscar Knox

[Plat of Merkel, Texas]

Description: Plat of a portion of the town of Merkel, Texas. According to the note in the lower-right corner: "Sketch showing the location of division lines on the town plat of Merkel. Index numbers and primary lines are shown here also." Additions are outlined and labeled in red. Scale 1:9,600
Date: April 13, 1931
Creator: West Texas Utilities Company. Engineering Department.

[Map of Brook Hollow Subdivision]

Description: Map of a portion of Abilene, Texas encompassing the Brook Hollow subdivision. The map, printed on a newspaper clipping, shows the streets and property lines within the subdivision. The opposite side of the page contains advertisements. The clipping was taken from The Abilene Reporter-News, Abilene, Texas, Sunday Morning, March 23, 1958.
Date: March 23, 1958

[Plat of Tuscola, Texas]

Description: Plat of a portion of Tuscola, Texas bordered to the west and east by the Abilene & Southern Railroad and the Pecos & Northern Texas Railroad. An inset to the right of the map shows the Graham Addition.
Date: July 21, 1931
Creator: Hobbs, Oscar Knox

[Property Detail Plat]

Description: Sketch of a piece of property in an unknown area. There are two sketches side-by-side but the one on the right is scratched out. The property outline on the left includes various notations and a partially readable comment.
Date: unknown

Map showing T. C. Campbell's Re-Plat of College Drive Addition to the City of Abilene, Taylor County, Texas

Description: Plat of a portion of the city of Abilene, Texas, roughly bordered by Plum street to the east, city property to the north, Cedar Creek to the east, and North 10th Street to the south. Various properties are labeled and subdivided to show individual property lines. A statement beneath the title gives a detailed account of the portions of the city included in the map. Scale 1:2,400
Date: August 1931
Creator: Hobbs, Oscar Knox

Blocks D, E, F, G, H and J Continuation of the Highlands Add'n City of Abilene, Taylor County, Texas

Description: Map of Blocks D, E, F, G, H and J of the continuation of the Highlands Addition to the City of Abilene, Texas bordered by Sayles Boulevard, Hutchinson, Kirkland, and Meander streets, and divided by Amarillo, Ellis, and College streets. The blocks are divided into numbered segments showing property divisions.
Date: unknown
Creator: Beard, Truman & Williams, Ed
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