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 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.
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].
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.
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].
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].
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.
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.
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