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- Soil map, Wichita County, Texas.
- Map shows soil composition, schools, railroads, roads, bridges, and structures; layout of the cities/towns of Wichita Falls, Iowa Park, Burkburnett and Elektra; oil wells and tanks. Includes legend and "Conventional signs"/key to symbols used. Scale [ca. 1:63,360].
- Wichita County, Texas.
- Map shows locations of oil wells and dry holes in Wichita County; city boundaries, plat numbers, land ownership, and railroads; drilling depth for some dry holes. Includes legend. Scale not given.
- Heydrick's map of Burkburnett pool extension.
- Map shows oil well and dry hole locations, land owners, tract numbers, railroad lines and roads, and some businesses across Wichita County; illustrations of some oil company buildings at their locations on the map; adjacent counties and landowners on north side of Red River in Oklahoma; street layout and oil wells in town of Burkburnett. Includes legend. Scale [ca. 1:24,000].
- Wichita County, Texas.
- Map shows locations of oil wells and dry holes in Wichita County; city boundaries, plat numbers, land ownership, and railroads; holdings of American Petroleum are noted in color within a circle encompassing the "North Electra" oil fields. Includes legend. Relief shown by contours. Scale not given.
- Wichita County.
- Map shows land patents, block and tract numbers, landowners, towns, and railroads; portions of adjacent counties where property boundaries extend beyond county limits. Scale not given.
- [Map of] N.W. Burkburnett Pool.
- Map shows oil drilling activity and locations of wells; roads, railroads, property boundaries, tract numbers, and landowners; oil company names on several wells; unlabeled town of Burkburnett. Scale not given.
- Wichita County, State of Texas, 1889.
- Map shows land patents, block and tract numbers, landowners, towns, and railroads; portions of adjacent counties where property boundaries extend beyond county limits. Scale [ca. 1:66,655].
- Oil & gas subdivisions, J.E. Roller Estate, Wichita County, Texas : R.J. Scott, McKinney & Willaims, S.A. Maverick, S. Holloway, and P.S. Funk Surveys.
- Map shows placement of J.E. Roller estate within overview map of land tracts along the Big Wichita River, landowners, and petroleum well locations; tract numbers, acreage, and tract measurements in detail map of J.E. Roller Estate. Scale [1:10,000] and [1:31,680].
- Part of Burkburnett Oil Field: Wichita County, Texas.
- Map shows location of oil wells, drilling, and dry holes; land ownership in Wichita County, city limits of Burkburnett, oil and gas company holdings, and railroads. Includes legend. Scale [1:22,222].
- Wichita Falls, Texas, 1890
- Map shows late nineteenth century Wichita Falls, Texas structures, street names, and businesses. Includes key to selected buildings and eight illustrations. Insets: "Wichita Co. Court House and Jail," "C.A. Souters Block & Opera House," "T.H. Wilson's Grocery Co.," "Wichita Roller Mil' Co. Mill & Warehouse," "Public School," "Keller & Durrett, Saddlery: Buggies & Hard[ware]," "Wagon & R.R. Bridges Across the Wichita River," and the "Panhandle Natl. Bank." Scale not provided.
- Map of Wichita Falls, Texas, 1890
- Map of a birds-eye view of Wichita Falls, Texas in 1890. Illustrations of the Courthouse, Grocery Store, School, Bank, and other establishments surround the view of the town's buildings and it's lake.
- [Spudders Baseball Stadium in Wichita Falls]
- Photograph of the Spudders Baseball Stadium in Wichita Falls, Texas. The stands are full of spectators. A couple of ball players can be seen on the field. This photo is part of the Southwestern Mechanical Company Photograph Album.
- [Spudders Baseball Stadium Under Construction]
- Photograph of Spudders baseball stadium in Wichita Falls, Texas when it was under construction. Two horse-drawn carriages are on the field. This photo is part of the Southwestern Mechanical Company Photograph Album.