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The Chicago & North Western Line.
Map shows railroads, some highways, state boundaries, cities and towns along railroad routes, and national parks. Includes table of mileage statistics, "in interline tickets." Inset: "Chicago Union Pacific & North Western Line." Scale not given.
Geologic map and sections of the Raton Coal Field, Colfax County, N. Mex. : showing outcrops of coal beds.
Map shows rock composition, coal mining activity, roads, railroads, ranches, and towns in Colfax County, New Mexico; layout of town of Raton. Insets: "Section along line A-A" and "Section along line B-B." Relief shown by contours, spot heights, and profiles. Scale [ca. 1:62,500].
Kerr 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.
Knox 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 the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway routes through the Southwestern United States].
Map shows existing and under-construction railroad lines across the Southwestern United States; boundary lines, cities and towns along and near railroad routes, Native American reservations, national parks, and points of interest. Inset: [Map of connecting railroads through Mexico]. Relief shown by hachures. Scale not given.
The Mitchell map of the British and French dominions in North America, 1755.
Map shows Spanish, British, and U.S. boundary claims and compromises superimposed on a reduced facsimile of the first impression of the third English edition of "Mitchell's Map of the British and French dominions in North America." Inset: "A New Map of Hudson's Bay and Labrador." Relief shown pictorially. Scale not given.
Pennsylvania Railroad System, the route of the Broadway Limited.
Map shows major railroad lines across the midwestern and northeastern states; state boundaries, cities and towns along railroad routes. Includes text notes in panels above and below map. Relief shown by hachures. Scale not given.
La Salle 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.
Scurry County Texas
Map shows railroads lines, township boundaries, block and tract numbers, and land ownership, primarily by the Houston & Texas Central Railroad Company, for Scurry County and portions of adjacent counties. Includes advertisements for Scurry County Abstract Company and Snyder National Bank. Scale not given.
Simpson-Whiteman Co. map of Dallas, Texas, 1923 [Accompanying Text].
Explanation and supporting information related to map that shows early twentieth century Dallas, Texas railroads, street names, select buildings, parks, street railroads, street numbers by block, and the course of the Trinity River.
Southern Pacific lines and connections.
Map shows the continental United States with Southern Pacific railway lines across the southern and western states and Mexico, connecting railroad lines, steamship lines, national parks, and points of interest. Relief shown by hachures. Scale not given
W.T. Farley Clothing Stores Convention in Hotel Texas, Fort Worth, 1923
Photograph of the Southwestern States Managers Convention in the Hotel Texas in Ft. Worth in 1923. There is a large table-cloth covered table topped with fine dinnerware. Seated around the table and standing behind the table are several men and women dressed in identical cowboy hats and bandannas. The men are wearing suits and ties and the women are wearing dresses. The wall has large curtain-covered windows and the hanging from the ceiling are several chandeliers. Printed in the center of the photograph it reads, "Southwestern States Managers Convention of the W.T. Farley Clothing Stores. Hotel Texas, Fort Worth, Tex., Oct 9, 1923."