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Post Route Map of the State of Texas with Adjacent Parts of Louisiana, Arkansas, Indian Territory and of the Republic of Mexico (1).
Map of U.S. Mail stations and routes in parts of Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Mexico, and various Indian Territories, showing the beginnings and endings of routes, the frequency of the mail delivery (e.g. six times a week), special supply routes, and discontinued offices. The map also includes railroads, major towns, bodies of water, and state and county lines.
Post Route Map of the State of Texas with Adjacent Parts of Louisiana, Arkansas, Indian Territory and the Republic of Mexico 1887 (1).
Map of U.S. Postal Station mail stations and routes in parts of Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Mexico, and various Indian Territories, showing the beginning and end of routes, the frequency of the mail delivery (e.g. six times a week), special supply routes, and discontinued offices. The map also includes railroads, major towns, bodies of water, and state and county lines.
Post Route Map of the State of Texas with Adjacent Parts of Louisiana, Arkansas, Indian Territory and the Republic of Mexico 1889 (1).
Map of U.S. Postal Service mail stations and routes in parts of Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Mexico, and various Indian Territories, showing the beginnings and endings of routes, the frequency of the mail delivery (e.g. six times a week), special supply routes, and discontinued offices. The map also includes railroads, major towns, bodies of water, and state and county lines.
Post Route Map of the State of Texas with Adjacent Parts of Louisiana, Arkansas, Indian Territory and of the Republic of Mexico (8).
Map of U.S. Postal Service mail stations and routes in parts of Texas and Mexico, showing the beginning and end of routes, the frequency of the mail delivery (e.g. six times a week), special supply routes, and discontinued offices. The map also includes railroads, major towns, bodies of water, and county lines. Includes an inset map of the Panhandle, titled "North-Western Portion of Texas," in the upper-left corner.
Post Route Map of the State of Texas with Adjacent Parts of Louisiana, Arkansas, Indian Territory and of the Republic of Mexico 1881 (1).
Map of U.S. Postal Service mail stations and routes in parts of Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Mexico, and various Indian Territories, showing the beginning and end of routes, the frequency of the mail delivery (e.g. six times a week), special supply routes, and discontinued offices. The map also includes railroads, major towns, bodies of water, and state and county lines.
Men Fishing
1 copy negative of 2 images. Both images show two people holding a rack of fish hanging from a long oar. There is a man standing in the background. All three people stand in front of Don Martin Lake in Mexico. Frank Middlebrook is the man on the left.
Men Camping
Copy negative of three men camping near Don Martin Lake, Mexico. J. D. Moore is being shaved.
Men Fishing
Copy negative of two people holding a rack of fish hanging from a long wooden stick. There are three men standing in the background. All people stand on the beach of Don Martin Lake in Mexico.
Men Fishing
Copy negative of six men standing in front of Lake Don Martin in Coahuila de Zarago, Mexico holding several fish. Three of the men hold a pole that supports the hanging fish. A boy standing behind them holds his arms in the air.
Men Fishing
Copy negative of two photographs. In each, a man stands alone in front of Lake Don Martin in Coahuila de Zarago, Mexico holding several fish. Both men wear hats, glasses, and long sleeve shirts. J. D. Moore is pictured in one photograph and Frank Middlebrook in the other.
Men in Fishing Road
Copy negative of five men in boats floating in Lake Don Martin, Coahuila de Zarago, Mexico. One of the boats has "No. 1" painted on the side.
[Northern Mexico (1)]
Map of the U.S. Postal Service mail stations and routes in parts of Texas and Mexico, showing the beginnings and endings of routes, the frequency of the mail delivery (e.g. two times a week), special supply routes, and discontinued offices. The map also includes railroads, major towns, and county and country lines.
[Map of Routes of Coronado and Army]
Map of the Coronado Expedition, 1540-1542, through parts of the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. The map includes state boundary lines, bodies of water, major towns, forts, and areas of elevation. A legend, included in the lower-right corner, indicates directions of the routes of Coronado and his army. No scale indicated.
[Alonso De León's Last Expedition into Texas in 1690]
Map of Spanish explorer Alonso de León's last expedition into Texas, beginning from Coahuila, Mexico, and ending at an East Texas mission. The map includes major missions, rivers, and streams on the route. There is also an inset map in the lower-right corner titled "Descríptíon exerm del Lago de S. Bernardo y del de Todos Santos que nuevamente se halló en ano de 1960" (Description of Lake S. Bernardo and Lake Todos Santos which again were found in the year 1690). The inset map has lakes and canals identified as well as the route taken by de León marked by a red line.
Map of California, Oregon, Texas and the Territories adjoining with Routes and c.
Topographic map of the Western United States and northern Mexico, showing Texas, California, Oregon, and Indian Territory. The map includes rivers, creeks, roads, and areas of elevation. Relief shown in hachures.
Map of Texas, with Coahuila, in 1835-36.
Map of the United States and Mexico, showing territories but not states. Cities and towns representing areas of recruitment are shown, as are Indian villages and forts in Texas. No scale indicated.
[Post Route Map of the State of Texas with Adjacent Parts of Louisiana, Arkansas, Indian Territory and of the Republic of Mexico (4).]
Map of U.S. Postal Service mail stations and routes in parts of Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Mexico, and various Indian Territories, showing the beginnings and endings of routes, the frequency of the mail delivery (e.g. six times a week), special supply routes, and discontinued offices. The map also includes railroads, major towns, bodies of water, and county lines.
Post Route Map of the State of Texas with Adjacent Parts of Louisiana, Arkansas, Indian Territory and of the Republic of Mexico 1881 (8).
Map of the U.S. Postal Service mail stations and routes in Presidio County and western Mexico, showing the beginning and end of routes, the frequency of the mail delivery (e.g. six times a week), special supply routes, and discontinued office. The map also includes railroads, major towns, bodies of water, and boundary lines.
[Post Route Map of the State of Texas with Adjacent Parts of Louisiana, Arkansas, Indian Territory and of the Republic of Mexico (3).]
Map of U.S. Postal Service mail stations and routes in parts of Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Mexico, and various Indian Territories, showing the beginnings and endings of routes, the frequency of the mail delivery (e.g. six times a week), special supply routes, and discontinued offices. The map also includes railroads, major towns, bodies of water, and county lines.
El Nuevo Mexico y Tierras Adyacen: Tex Mapa (1)
Reproduction of a partial map showing the far western portion of present-day United States and northern part of western Mexico. Geographic features and elevation are shown pictorially.
Map exhibiting the lines of march passed over by the troops of the United States during the year ending June 30th 1858.
Map of the lines marched to military bases by United States troops in 1858. Lines included marches up the Mississippi River to St. Louis; travels between numerous forts, camps, and barracks in Texas; similar trails among the plains and Rocky Mountain military posts; a line from New York to Havana to Panama then to San Francisco; and marches in New Mexico and Arizona, including a march from Fort Yuma to Tuscon and Fort Buchanan along the Mexico-United States border. Relief shown in hachures. Scale ca. 1:12,000,000
Map of the State of Texas (3).
Cadastral map of West Texas and northern Mexico, showing property lines and plat numbers. The map also includes towns, roads, railroads, bodies of water, and other geologic features. Includes list of land departments in lower-left corner. Relief shown in hachures. Scale [ca. 1:1,013,760] (16 miles to the inch).
No. 1 A Map to illustrate the most advantageous communications from the Gulf of Mexico and the Mississippi Valley to California and the Pacific Ocean.
Map of the Southwestern United States and northern Mexico, showing Indian Territory, state lines, towns, capitals, roads, railroads, bodies of water, and areas of elevation. Relief shown in hachures. Scale [ca. 1:3,801,600] (60 miles to the inch).
Routes of Indian Raids into the Northern Mexican States and United States Military Posts, 1860
Military map of conflicts between settlers and the Southern Plains Indians in Texas, New Mexico, and Mexico. The map shows trails and military posts (occupied and abandoned). State lines, towns, roads, bodies and water, and areas of elevation are also included. Towns enclosed in brackets were established after 1860. Relief shown in hachures.
Map of the State of Texas (2).
Cadastral map of southwest Texas and western Mexico, showing property lines and plat numbers. The map also includes towns, roads, railroads, bodies of water, and other geologic features. Relief shown in hachures. Scale [ca. 1:1,013,760] (16 miles to the inch).
Texas, Part of New Mexico &c.
Atlas map of Texas and New Mexico as well as parts of Oklahoma (Indian Territory), northern Mexico, Arkansas, and Louisiana. Shows counties, towns, military posts, areas of American Indian habitation, American Indian reservations, roads, railroads, and geological features.
El Nuevo Mexico y Tierras Adyacen: Tex Mapa (2)
Reproduction of a partial map showing a portion of present-day United States and northern Mexico bordering the Gulf of Mexico. Geographic features and elevation are shown pictorially.
Post Route Map of the State of Texas with Adjacent Parts of Louisiana, Arkansas, Indian Territory and of the Republic of Mexico 1881 (5).
Map of U.S. Postal Service mail stations and routes in Presidio, Crockett, Kinney, and Maverick Counties and western Mexico, showing the beginning and end of routes, the frequency of the mail delivery (e.g. six times a week), special supply routes, and discontinued offices. The map also includes railroads, major towns, bodies of water, and county lines.
[Map of Texas - 1876]
Map of Texas and the Indian Territory of what is now Oklahoma, showing towns, roads, railroads, county lines, bodies of water, and other geologic features, with relief shown in hachures. Small portions of Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, and New Mexico are also shown. There is an inset map of West Texas and a portion of Mexico in the lower-left corner, showing El Paso, Pecos, and Presidio Counties.
Richardson's New Map of the State of Texas
Map of Texas and parts of northern Mexico, Louisiana, and Arkansas, showing Indian Territory, towns roads, railroads, battlefields, military posts, bodies of water, and other geologic features, with relief shown in hachures. Includes inset maps of the northern part of the Panhandle, plan of the western United States, and plans of Sabine Lake, Galveston Bay, and Matagorda Bay. Scale varies.
Post Route Map of the State of Texas with Adjacent Parts of Louisiana, Arkansas, Indian Territory and of the Republic of Mexico (7).
Map of U.S. Postal Service mail stations and routes in South Texas and a part of northern Mexico, showing the beginning and end of routes, the frequency of the mail delivery (e.g. six times a week), special supply routes, and discontinued offices. The map also includes railroads, major towns, bodies of water, and county lines.
Post Route Map of the State of Texas with Adjacent Parts of Louisiana, Arkansas, Indian Territory and the Republic of Mexico 1878 (5).
Map of U.S. Postal Station mail stations and routes in West Texas and a portion of northern Mexico, showing a mail line from Wallace, Texas, through Fort Clark, and ending in Fort Duncan as well as a route through Camp Stockton and Fort Davis. The map also includes major towns, bodies of water, and county lines.
El Paso
Topographic quadrangle map of El Paso, Texas, and the surrounding area, showing populated areas, boundaries, water bodies, railroads, and roads, with relief shown by contours and spot heights. Location, coverage, and sectionalized township diagrams are included in the lower-right corner. Scale 1:250,000 On back is a map of El Paso, Texas, and the vicinity, showing roads, bodies of water, and landmarks. Scale ca. 1:40,000
Mapa Geográfico
Bueline map showing the geography around the Texas-Mexico border. Rivers, mountains, and other features are represented pictorially.
Post Route Map of the State of Texas with Adjacent Parts of Louisiana, Arkansas, Indian Territory and the Republic of Mexico 1887 (2).
Map of the U.S. Postal Service mail stations and routes in West Texas and a part of western Mexico, showing the beginning and end of routes, the frequency of the mail delivery (e.g. two times a week), special supply routes, and discontinued office. The map also includes railroads, major towns, bodies of water, and county lines. Includes an inset map titled "North-Western Portion of Texas," which covers the Panhandle and Indian Territory.
Military Map of Texas and Coahuila, as Mexican Territory, 1835-36
Military map of Texas and Coahuila, showing lines of Mexican and Texan frontier and lines of march to the San Jacinto battlefield during the Texas Revolution. The map also includes rivers, creeks, towns, routes, trails, mines, and Indian villages. No scale indicated.
General Map Showing the Countries Explored and Surveyed by the United States and Mexican Boundary Commissions- in the years 1850, 51, 52, and 53.
Map shows the areas of North America explored and surveyed by the United States and Mexican Boundary Commission from 1850 to 1853 under the direction of John R. Bartlett, U.S. Commissioner. Includes historic notes on the Red, Brazos, and Colorado Rivers and the abundance of vegetation. Relief shown in hachures. Scale ca. 1:6,600,000
Trails made and routes used by the Fourth U.S. Cavalry: Under command of General R.S. MacKenzie in its operations against hostile Indians in Texas, Indian-Territory (now Oklahoma), New Mexico and Old Mexico during the period of 1871-2-3-4 and 5
Military map of the routes used by R.S. Mackenzie and his troops, including New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas as well as parts of Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, Kansas, Colorado, and Mexico. The map shows routes, trails, railroads, roads, camps, old forts, other landmarks, battles with American Indians, and names and locations of American Indian tribes in Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. Scale [ca. 1:1,405,436] (23.76 miles to the inch).
Post Route Map of the State of Texas with Adjacent Parts of Louisiana, Arkansas, Indian Territory and the Republic of Mexico 1889 (5).
Map of U.S. Postal Service mail stations and routes in parts of Texas and Mexico, showing the beginnings and endings of routes, the frequency of the mail delivery (e.g. six times a week), special supply routes, and discontinued offices. The map also includes railroads, major towns, bodies of water, and county lines.
Van Horn
Topographic quadrangle map of Van Horn, Texas, showing populated areas, boundaries, water bodies, railroads, roads, and landmarks. Relief shown by contours (interval 200 feet with supplementary contours at 100 foot intervals) and spot heights and includes location and reliability diagrams. Scale 1:250,000
Post Route Map of the State of Texas with Adjacent Parts of Louisiana, Arkansas, Indian Territory and the Republic of Mexico 1878 (6).
Map of the U.S. Postal Service mail stations and routes in South Texas and northern Mexico, showing the beginning and end of routes, the frequency of mail delivery (e.g. six times a week), special supply routes, and discontinued routes. The map also includes railroads, major towns, bodies of water, and county lines.
[Northern Mexico (2)]
Map of the U.S. Postal Service mail stations and routes in parts of Texas and Mexico, showing the beginning and end of routes, the frequency of the mail delivery (e.g. two times a week), special supply routes, and discontinued offices. The map also includes railroads, major towns, and county and country lines.
Post Route Map of the State of Texas with Adjacent Parts of Louisiana, Arkansas, Indian Territory and of the Republic of Mexico 1881 (6).
Map of U.S. Postal Service mail stations and routes in South Texas and western Mexico, showing the beginning and end of routes, the frequency of the mail delivery (e.g. six times a week), special supply routes, and discontinued offices. The map also includes railroads, major towns, bodies of water, and county lines.
Post Route Map of the State of Texas with Adjacent Parts of Louisiana, Arkansas, Indian Territory and the Republic of Mexico 1889 (6).
Map of U.S. Postal Service mail stations and routes in parts of west Texas and northern Mexico, showing the beginning and end of routes, the frequency of the mail delivery (e.g. six times per week), special supply routes, and discontinued offices. The map also includes railroads, bodies of water, major towns, and county and country lines.
McMurry Band
Copy negative of the percussion section of the McMurry Band with Glen Stanbury and Sherry Pipkin standing by the wall with their instruments while the band is on tour in Mexico. Other band members are seated on the left.
Band in Uniform
Copy negative of the McMurry Band in Mexico sitting in a building and drinking a beverage out of bottles. Most sit at tables but some are standing. They are in band uniforms.
Man and Woman Holding Leaf
Copy negative of Fred and Janet Gray standing together and holding a banana leaf in Mexico. Behind them is vegetation. Fred Gray is wearing sun glasses. Janet Gray is carrying a camera.
Man and Woman
Copy negative of John Wagner standing with another person. They are both holding a bottled drink. He is wearing a skinny tie and glasses. She is carrying a bag on her left arm.
Man Conducting Band
Copy negative of an unknown man conducting a 1964 McMurry Band. The crowd is visible in the background.
Students Standing Under Flag
Copy negative of six McMurry Band members and local students in Mexico. Some of the children are eating popsicles. Most of the children are raising one of their arms in the air. The band members are in uniforms and are standing around a flag pole that is flying the Mexican flag.