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Combination Map Ore City - Longview - Kilgore District: portions of Upshur - Gregg - Rusk - Smith Counties.
Map shows oil and gas leases and wells, landowners, roads, acreage, and towns in parts of Upshur, Gregg, Rusk, and Smith counties in early twentieth century Texas. Scale [1:42,240].
Fort Worth is the geographical and transportation center of the Mid-Continent Oil Fields.
Map shows oil pipelines with company names, cities, towns, names and locations of major oil fields in the Mid-Continent Oil Fields [Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, and portions of Kansas and New Mexico] with Fort Worth located at the center. Includes text in margin corners extollling advantages of Fort Worth. Scale not given.
Kilgore-district: portions of Gregg, Rusk, Smith & Cherokee Counties.
Map shows petroleum prospecting activity, railroads, roads, towns, property tracts, landowners, and acreage. Scale [ca. 1: 42,240].
Map of the United States Canal Zone : showing the completed Panama Canal.
Map shows boundaries between the U.S. Canal Zone and the Republic of Panama, canal route, railroads, the French canal, harbors details, reservoirs, notable geographical features, cities and towns; Alhajuela Storage Basin as under construction. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Scale [ca. 1:432,000].
[Oil fields of Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana and New Mexico: all of which lie within a 400 mile radius of Fort Worth]
Map shows locations of oil fields and oil pipelines within a 400 mile radius of Fort Worth, Texas along with oil company names; cities and towns. Scale not indicated.
Soil map, Randall County, Texas.
Map shows soil composition, schools, layout of the cities/towns of Amarillo and Canyon, railroads, roads, and structures. Includes legend and "Conventional signs"/key to symbols used. Scale [ca. 1:63,360].