The Nita Stewart Haley Memorial Library, Midland, Texas
J. Evetts Haley Research Center, Midland Texas
1805 W. Indiana Avenue
Midland, Texas 79701
432.682.5785

Map Collection Index

  1. Small Maps and Photocopy File (up to 11x17) Cabinet 24
  2. Texas Drawer 1
    1. General State Maps
    2. B. City and County Maps (See Box 11 for sectional highway maps (undated) and County Atlas -1884-1926) Box 11
    3. XIT- Capitol Freeehold & Investment Co. LTD. Drawer 4
    4. Fort Lancaster Drawer 4
    5. Pecos County (Williams Collection blueprints)
    6. Specialized Texas Maps
  3. Cattle Trails/Mail Routes Drawer 4
  4. Military Maps Drawer 2
  5. New Mexico (and AZ-NM Maps)
    1. State Maps Drawer 3
  6. Arizona
    1. State Drawer 3
  7. Oklahoma/Indian Territory Drawer 3
  8. USA Drawer 3
    1. California
    2. Mixed
    3. Geologic Atlas of the United States. a (Contains only Okla. and Texas)
  9. National Forest, Monuments, Lakes and Recreational Areas, Box 7
    1. General
    2. Texas Lakes and Recreational Areas
  10. Topographical Maps
    1. Indexes
    2. 1:250,000 (22x34). 1”=4m, Box 1
    3. 1:250,000 (16x20). 1‘=4m, Box 1
    4. 1:125,000 (30 Minute Quad). 1”=2m, Box 2
    5. 1:62,500 (15 Minute Quad). 1”=1m. Discontinued, Box 3
    6. 1:24,000 (7.5 Minute Quad) 1”=2,000’, Box 4
    7. Other
    8. U.S Base Maps and County Outlines, Folder
    9. Topo Plastic Raised Relief Maps, Drawer 7
  11. World
  12. Rubini Collection
  13. RNM Collection-Vertical File; Small, Medium and Large Small Folders Various
    Filed according to size, see Inventory
  14. CWW Collection
  15. DLT Collection
    1. Flat Files
    2. Full Collection Inventory
  16. JEH – Highway
  17. Highway Maps – General Drawer 6
  18. Aerial Photographs and Aeronautical Maps
    1. NASA Photographs
    2. USDA Photos, Box 8
    3. Midland, Texas aerial photos
    4. Aeronautical Charts, Box 9
  19. National Geographic Society Map Collection West End (Located at the far West end of building )

Location Code

Large Flat File - This metal cabinet will hold up to  32x43
Medium (Cabinets) - will hold up to 24x35.  Also the gray boxes.
Small File - will hold up to 11x17 in 12x18 pockets.

Filed in the metal Flat File

MAP-LF. Large Folders, Drawers 1-10
MAP-LS. Large Sleeves, Drawers 1-10

Filed in the Cabinets

MAP-MS. Medium Sleeves
MAP-EN. Encapsulated or Framed
MAP-BX. Boxes (Numbered)
MAP-S. Photocopies and Small Maps

Filed with the Collection

MAP-DLT. DLT Collection
MAP-JEH. JEH Collection
MAP-CWW. CWW Collection
RNM-MAPS- RNM Collection

Other Locations

MAP-R. Rolled (Roll Storage Racks)
MAP-W. Warehouse
MAP-D. On Display

1.  Small Map File

11X17 OR SMALLER
(MAP-S)

1. Military - Q-150, From Austin to Fort Craig, Lt. Col. Hunt, 1869 (see MAP-LF, Drawer 3.19) 11x17 photocopy

2. Military - Q-150, From Austin to Fort Craig, Lt. Col. Hunt, 1869 (see MAP-LF, Drawer 3.19) 11x17 photocopy in three reductions.

3. Military - Q-135, Fort Clark to Fort Stockton, (see MAP-LF, Drawer 3.18) 11x17 photocopy

4. Military - Q-135, Fort Stockton to Fort Chadbourne (see MAP-LF, Drawer 3.18) 11x17 photocopy

5. Military - Q-135, Fort Stockton to Fort Davis, (see MAP-LF, Drawer 3.18) 11x17 photocopy

6. Military - Q-196, Trail between Fort Griffin, and Ft. Concho and Ft. Bascom, 1872 (see MAP-LF, Drawer 3.24) 11x17 Photocopy

7. Military - Parts of Texas, Mexico and New Mexico, Col. Shafter, 1875 (not shown in Military section)  

8. Military - Pope's Springs. Sketch exhibiting newly Discovered Springs prepared by Capt. John Pope, 1858, 11x17
                     photocopy

9. Military - Topographical Map of ...by General Crook against Chiricahua Indians, 1883 (see MAP-LF30 )  11x17 photocopy

10. Cattle Trails - Complete copy of Haley's Goodnight-Loving Trail, 11x17 photocopy

11. Military - Col. R.S. Mackenzie's Scouts across the Staked Plains of Texas and New Mexico, 1872. by Ernest Wallace and Mike Spiller, 1962.  11x17 photocopy

12. Trails - Western Pony Express Trails incl. Butterfield's Route, 1960, Hamlin, Shaw, Ellenbcker, Kane, Remsburg.  11x17 photocopy

13. Military - Topographical Reconnaissance Map of the Comanche Trail, by Lt. Echols, 1859, by Campbell and Field  in WTHA, 11x17 photocopy

14. Trails- The Best and Shortest Cattle Trail from Texas, Kansas Pacific Railway, 11x17 photocopy

15. TX - Llano Estacado, 1993 Michael Harter, Harter and Kerr, 11x17 photocopy

16. OK - Oklahoma Territory, 1903, Frank Bond,  11x17 photocopy

17. TX - State of Texas for Taylor, Babcock & Co. Lands sale of 3,000,000 acres in Panhandle,  11x17 photocopy

18. Trails - Butterfield Overland Mail Route, no source, 11x17 photocopy

19.  AZ-NM-TX - Outline maps of AZ, NM and TX counties w/ names, 11x17 photocopy

20. NM - State of New Mexico, 1882-3, Cram, Chicago. 11x17 photocopy

21. Railroad - Map of the Frisco System, 1905 from Hilton's "Texas Along the Frisco", 11x17 photocopy

22. UT - Gray's New Map of Utah by Frank Gray, 1883- most of the eastern half, 11x17 photocopy

23.  AZ-NM - Arizona and New Mexico, 1883, 11x17 photocopy

24. AZ - Arizona by Elliott, 1884, additional information from the back of map, 11x17 photocopy

25. TX - (Texas) Missions and Journeys of the Abbe Em Domenech, 1858, 11x17 photocopy

26. OK - Oklahoma State Highway System, 1925, 11x17 photocopy

27. Route Map of Col. Meline's" Two Thousand Miles on Horseback", 1866. 11x17 photocopy

28. TX - Texas, 1856, from Yoakum's History of Texas, 11x17 photocopy

29. TX - Big Bend Soil and Water Conservation District maps, Brewster, Toyah-Limpia, Rio Grande, Big Bend, and Highland.  Excellent for locating ranches in the Big Bend area. 11x17 photocopy

30. TX, - Midland (in Tom Green County) 1844. 11x17 photocopy

31. TX - Spanish Texas, 1805-1819, 11x17 photocopy

32. NM - Several quad maps of S.E. NM, Jal, Eunice, Eddy and Lea Counties. Quad maps (see full NM Quad map book)  11x17 photocopy

33. TX - Southern Cattle Fever Map, nd.  11x17 photocopy

34. TX - The Staked Plain of North-West Texas Showing the Location of Artesian Wells Theron, 1890. 11x14 photocopy

35. TX - Map of XIT Ranch Lands, (three sheets) 8 ½  x 11 photocopy

36. NM - Census maps of NM from "Map Guide to the U.S. Federal Censuses, 1790-1920", William Thorndale and William Dollarhide, 1987  8 ½  x 11 photocopy

37. TX - State of Texas, Creuzbauer, 1851, see Library for original)  8 ½ x 14 photocopy

38. NM - Four maps of NM Counties from Aztec: A story of Old Aztec from the Anasazi to Statehood" 8 ½  x 11 photocopy

39. TX - Texas and part of New Mexico, 1857, shows early forts  8 ½  x 11 Photocopy

40. Trails - Cattle Trails, Trips, Treks", based on Joe McCoy, by T.U. Taylor, 8 ½ x 11 photocopy

41. TX - The Southwest of John H. Slaughter,1969, Arthur Clark, by Baker, in a book by A. Erwin, 8 ½ x 11 photocopy

42. NM - Lincoln, New Mexico, Principal Locations, 1878.  8 ½ x 11 Photocopy

43. TX - Highways West of the Pecos. 1932, 8 ½ x 11 photocopy

44. NM - New Mexico, Southwest corner.8 ½  x 11 photocopy

45. AZ - Arizona, W. W. Elliott, 1884, reprint, 1964, color, two sides 12x17

46. AZ - Arizona Territory, drawn for Dewey & Co. Mining and Scientific Press, 1881, with adv. on sides, photocopies taped together, 12x18

47. - Arizona, prepared for R.J. Hinton's handbook of Arizona, 1878, reprint, 1954, photocopies taped together, 12x18

48. TX - Springs of Texas, original set of nine maps from "Springs of Texas", Vol.I, Gunnar Brune, 2002. and one set of photocopies. 

Maps #1-8 = 10 x 10 ½ . Map #9 = 17 ½  x 19
Map #1. Archeological Features Found Near Springs
Map #2. Generalized Map of Spring Aquifers
Map #3. Hot and Warm Springs
Map #4. Mineral Springs Used for Health Purposes
Map #5. Nineteenth Century Trail and the Major Springs Which Served Them
Map #6. Eighteenth Century Trails and the Major Springs Which Served Them.
Map #7. Seventeenth Century Trails and the Major Springs Which Served Them.
Map #8. Fifteenth and Sixteenth Century Trails and the Major Springs Which Served Them.
Map #9. Location of Springs and Seeps

49. TX - Texas Compiled from the latest and best Authorities.  Some trails hand-drawn on map.  11 x 16 ½

50. US - United States, original from a History of the United States, pages 27-30, printed both sides, color, 10x16

51. TX - Map of Bexar County, General Land Office 1889. Menger Hotel, John H. Bolton Auctioneer, Maverick Printing House, San Antonio.  12 ½  x 12 ½  (photocopies made at 125%) Map is somewhat fragile - use photocopies

52. Africa - Outline Map of Dr. Carl Peters Zambesia Expedition, torn, 14x14

53. TX - The Panhandle of Texas in Pioneer Days, American Assoc. of Univ. Women, Amarillo, 1925, Isabel Robinson copies, 9 ¼ x 12

54. OK - Oklahoma and Indian Territory, 1891, shows Guthrie as Capital.  On back "Beautiful Oklahoma, Information regarding New Indian Lands Recently Opened to Settlement", original printing, 12x15

55. AZ - Military Posts in Arizona, 1850-1890, Frank A. Shilling, 1955, 10x14

56. MX - Missions of Sonora, 1614-1826, 8 ½  x 11

57. TX - Agricultural Map of Texas, 1880, R.H. Loughridge, 9 x 11 ½

58. TX - Map of State of Texas, No. 13, Mitchell's School and Family Geography, computer printout  8 ½  x 11

59. TX - JA Ranch, 7 ½  x 9

60. TX - Littlefield Maps:

1. Littlefield, Lamb County, 9 ½  x 10 ½
2. Geo. W. Littlefield's Ranch, located on State Capitol Leagues 657-736, situated in Lamb and Hockley Counties, 2 copies, 8 ½  x 11
3. Littlefield's Subdivision, State Capitol Leagues 657-687, situated in Lamb County, 3 copies, legal description on back, 9 ½  x 11

61. TX - East Texas Historical Association letterhead.  Map used as background may be useful, 8  ½ x 11

62. Trail - The Overland Trail, The California and Oregon Routes to the Golden West, 5x8

63. TX - Texas, John Watts Pub. nd but before about 1900, The Dayton Mfg. , Dayton, poor photocopy, 11x17

64. TX - Rivers and Creeks of the Panhandle, nd, 8 ½  x 11

65.  AZ - Arizona, Sketch map for "Ambush at Coscopera Canyon", English Westerners Version of Arizona, nd,  8 ½  x 11

66. TX - Index to Rand McNally Standard Indexed Map With Air Trails, Texas, 84 page index, 1929. 4x9

67. World - Hammond's International Map of the World, Guide Book, 16 pages. 1957, 9 ½  x 12

68. AZ - Rand McNally, Indexed County and Township Map, Arizona, 4x7 pocket booklet size. 1883 Map is folded, 14x21

69. AZ - Clason's Arizona Green Guide with Road and Railway Maps, 1921, Pocket booklet w/ map, printed both sides, 21x28  

70. TX - The News' Complete Map of Texas, 1912, Hammond's Complete Railroad and County Map of Texas w/ 1910 census of Texas, pocket size, 28x30

71. NM - Clason's Guide Map of New Mexico, 1918, pocket size booklet with missing cover, fragile and torn, 17x18

72. TX - Texas, published by the Texas Almanac and State Industrial Guide,  nd, folded pocket size, covers missing, dist. by Texas Power and Light Co.,14x20

73. Africa - A Map of the Great Forest Region Showing the Routes of the Emin Pasha Relief Expedition from the River Congo to the Victoria Nyanaa,  by Henry M. Stanley, 1890, torn and one small piece missing, 23x41

74. CO - Rand McNally Main Highway Map of Colorado, and Colorado Railroads, printed two sides, 21x28

75. TX - Rand McNally Junior Auto Road Map of Texas, folded in pocket size booklet, presented by Borderland Auto Co. Sierra Blanco, TX., 12x18

76. TX - Texas, Rand McNally Main Highway Map of Texas, also Rand McNally Standard Map of Texas showing railroads, nd, 27x39

77. TX - Rand McNally Standard Map of Texas showing railroads. Also Main Highway Map of Texas w/ principal trails. 27x39 ½

78. TX - Rand McNally Shippers Railroad Map of the United States, El Paso Section, 1891. "General Superintendent's Office", Folds to 8 1/2 x 11 in book form, 43 ½ x 67

2. Texas

A. State maps (MAP-LF-Drawer #1)

TX- Texas w/parts of adjoining states, comp. By Stephen F. Austin, Pub. By H.S. Tanner,
1837, Photoprint, 26x32
MAP-LF, Drawer #1
TX- Texas, w/ Parts of Adjoining States, comp. By Stephen F. Austin,
pub. by H.S. Tanner, 1837, c. 1840 (2 copies) color print = 22x27 ½ and photoprint 20x24
MAP-LF, Drawer #1
TX- Map of the Southwest, 1881, Southwest Immigration Co., reprint, 24x26 MAP-LF, Drawer #1
TX- Correct Map of Texas, Galveston, Harrisburg & San Antonio Railroad, original.
15x19
MAP-LF, Drawer #1
TX- Texas, John Arrowsmith, 1841, 2 copies, reprints, 20x24½ MAP-LF, Drawer #1
TX- Texas, David H. Burr, 1835, mounted photo copy, 17x20 MAP-LF, Drawer #1
TX- Standard Map of Texas, Rand McNally, with Railroads and the Standard Map of Texas, Rand McNally, with Air Trails, two sides, 34x36½ Check SM for Index MAP-LF, Drawer #1
TX- Texas, Lone Star State, 1992, Rand McNally, 20x21½ MAP-LF, Drawer #1
TX- State of Texas from Physiographic Diagram of U.S., A.K. Lobeck, 2 copies, 11x`17 MAP-LF, Drawer #1
TX- Texas, 1836-1936, A Sesquicentennial Edition of Pioneer Times, 1983, Thomas Walker 28x32 MAP-LF, Drawer #1
TX- New Map of Texas, J.H. Young, 1837, reproduction, 19½x23 MAP-LF, Drawer #1
TX- Texas, Texas Almanac, photocopy, 17x20 MAP-LF, Drawer #1
TX- West Wing of Texas, 1880 by CWW, blueprint, 17x24 MAP-LF, Drawer #1
TX- Map of Texas in 1830 showing Spanish Colonies, Photostat, 18x21 MAP-LF, Drawer #1
TX- South Central States, NGS. Close-up, U.S.A. Series, 1974, 23x35 MAP-LF, Drawer #1
TX- Texas State Map compiled from official State Highway Dept. Map, June 1936,
“Poll Texas Paid for 1938, JEH”, blueprint, 24x31
MAP-LF, Drawer #1
TX- Complete Detailed Map of Texas, All Counties, Post Offices, Railroads, Railroad Distances, etc, Geo. Cram Co., c. 1920 with census figures on back., Casner Motor Co. adv. 24x34 MAP-LF, Drawer #1
TX- Texas, from Yoakum’s History of Texas, 1856, 13x17 MAP-LF, Drawer #1
TX- Rand McNally’s New Map of Texas, for Burke’s Texas Almanac, 1882, photocopy from
a very fragile original in TCM Collection, Ford Papers, #1.1196. 20x26
MAP-LF, Drawer #1
TX- Texas, David H. Burr, adv repro. 1833, 11x14 MAP-LF, Drawer #1
TX- Johnson's New Map of the State of Texas, by Johnson and Ward, 1864. Pages 43 and 44. sleeved, 18x26 MAP-MS
TX- Johnson's New Map of the State of Texas, by Johnson and Ward. 1865. Page 47-48.
sleeved, 18 x 16 ½
MAP-MS
TX- Texas, (untitled) Rand McNalley, for Leon & H. Blum, Importers, Galveston. 1886,
sleeved, 28x31
MAP-LS, Drawer #7
TX- Rand, McNally & Co.'s Texas, showing railroads, 1892, sleeved, 18 x 28 MAP-LS, Drawer #7
TX- The Texas and Oklahoma Official Railway & Hotel Guide Map. Texas Railway
Guide Co., sleeved, 23x23.
MAP-LS , Drawer #7
TX- A new map of Texas, Oregon and California, Mitchell, 1846. with a 3x5" booklet,
“Accompaniment to..." included, sleeved, 21x22 ½
MAP-LS, Drawer #7
TX- Clason's Guide Map Texas and Northern Mexico,. "Trail of Loving and Goodnight retraced under Col. Goodnight's direction, July 24, 1925 at Goodnight Ranch, Evetts Haley.", sleeved, 21x28 MAP-LS, Drawer #7
TX- State of Texas Map, c. 1882, showing railroads. Bancock Land Sale in Panhandle
sleeved, 19x25
MAP-LS , Drawer #7
TX- Texas, 1856. from Yoakums' History. Map by Colton. Facsimile. sleeved, 15x18 MAP-LS , Drawer #7
TX- Map of Spanish Texas, sleeved, 14 ½ x 18 MAP-LS , Drawer #7
TX- New Commercial Atlas Map of Texas, Rand McNally, showing railroads. Two sides. Original of the reproduced map of the Goodnight Trail, Traced by Goodnight and Haley, , 1925, 27x39, sleeved MAP-LS
TX- Asher and Adams, Texas, 1871, 17x24 ½, sleeved MAP-MS
TX- Texas, Colton, #35, 1855, reprint, 16x19 MAP-LF, Drawer #1
TX- Johnson's, Texas, 1866, Pages 51-52. sleeved, 18x26 ?
TX- Sesquicentennial map of Texas, 1986, Battles of the Texas Revolution, rolled MAP-R
TX- Hammond Railroad Map of Texas w/ 1890-1900-1910 Census, rolled MAP-R
TX- Pictorial Historical Map of Texas, Hoffman and Walker, rolled MAP-R
TX- Texas, 1957. General Land Office (fragile and torn) (2), rolled MAP-R
TX- Texas 1959 General Land Office, rolled MAP-R
TX- The State of Texas, 1836-1845, David Burr, pub. by Fisher, New York, 1846. (Texas Highways series), reproduction, encapsulated, 20x24 MAP-EN
TX- Map of Texas and the Countries Adjacent by William Emory, 1844 (Texas Highways),
encapsulated, 20x24
MAP-EN
TX- New Map of the State of Texas, Colton, 1856, shows the Erskine Trail Through Texas, framed. 19x28 MAP-EN

B. City and County Maps (MAP-LF)

TX- Sweetwater (city), 16½x17 MAP-LF-Drawer 1
TX- Winkler, General Highway Map of Winkler County, 1956, Texas State Highway
Department, 24x31
MAP-LF-Drawer 1
TX- Winkler, General Highway Map of Winkler County, 1936, Texas State Highway
Department, 24x31
MAP-LF-Drawer 1
TX- Midland County Road Map & Voting Precincts, 1976, 18x20 MAP-LF-Drawer 1
TX- Winkler, General Highway Map, Winkler County, 1972, Texas State Highway
Department, 18x25
MAP-LF-Drawer 1
TX- Midland, City of Midland Voting Precincts, 1978, 20x24 MAP-LF-Drawer 1
TX- Winkler, Plat of Wink, Winkler County, 1927, Albert Smith Jr., 15½x17 MAP-LF-Drawer 1
TX- Lubbock, City of Lubbock, 1954, Southwest Map & Blueprint and Lubbock
County, 1954, Southwest Map & Blueprint, 20x40
MAP-LF-Drawer 1
TX- Midland (Chamber) City Map, 13x17 MAP-LF-Drawer 1
TX- Randall and Armstrong Counties, 18x26 MAP-LF-Drawer 1
TX- Hutchinson County, General Highway Map, Hutchinson County, 1941, Texas State
Highway Department, 18x25
MAP-LF-Drawer 1
TX- Tom Green County, 1892, E. Schutze, Blue print, 42x47 MAP-LF-Drawer 1
TX- Midland Street Guide, Al Boring, 1962, 17x22 MAP-LF-Drawer 1
TX- Midland, 1978, 18 ½ x25 MAP-LF-Drawer 1
TX- Crane, Upton, Pecos Counties, Proposed Horsehead Crossing-Castle Gap Park,
Photocopy, 19 ½ x16
MAP-LF-Drawer 1
TX- Pecos County, Blocks 11 & 12, Houston & Great Northern Rail Road Surveys,
Phelps, 1891, 20x33
MAP-LF-Drawer 1
TX- Winkler, Topo Map of Scarborough Oil Field, Winkler County, Showing S. W.
Richardson Properties, 1934 Photostat, 17 ½ x22 ½
MAP-LF-Drawer 1
TX- El Paso by Anson Mills, 1860, sleeved, 16 ½ x 22 MAP-MS
TX- Pecos, Sectional Map of Pecos County, Clayton and Jesse Williams,
extensive notes on back sleeved, 19x24
MAP-LS, Drawer #7
TX- Pecos, West Central Pecos County, 1963 (2), rolled MAP-R
TX- Ft. Stockton, Highway 290 West of Ft. Stockton, 1964 (2), rolled MAP-R
TX- Pecos, Central Pecos County Land Ownership Map (3), rolled MAP-R
TX- Pecos County Land Ownership Map, 1963 (7), rolled MAP-R
TX- Pecos, Some Clayton Williams Property, rolled MAP-R
TX- Terrell County, 1925, Clayton Williams, rolled MAP-R
TX- Maps of all Texas Counties, Wolf & Bennett, Tulsa, Dates range from 1885-1926.
Disbound, 14x17
MAP-BX #11
TX- Divisions (or Districts) 1-15, State, undated, loose sheets, 56 sheets (duplicates)
Highway Maps, 11x16
MAP-BX #11

C. XIT - Capitol Freeehold & Investment Co. Ltd. (MAP-LS)

THESE ARE FRAGILE. Not for casual use.

XIT- The Capitol Freehold & Investment Co Ld, Dallam & Motley Counties, Panhandle of Texas - very large and extremely fragile 5 sections of this map, in five folders . 21x41    MAP-LF-Drawer 4

XIT- Panhandle, 10 ½ x14    MAP-LF-Drawer 4

XIT- Parmer County, 12x25    MAP-LF-Drawer 4

XIT- Untitled, 12x27 ½ MAP-LF-Drawer 4

XIT- Untitled, 12x20 ½ MAP-LF-Drawer 4

XIT- Untitled, 8 ½ x10 ½ MAP-LF-Drawer 4

XIT- Estate of John V. Farwell, 1914, 10 ½ x14 MAP-LF-Drawer 4

XIT- Untitled, 8 ½ x11    MAP-LF-Drawer 4

XIT- Deaf Smith and Parmer Counties, 11x16    MAP-LF-Drawer 4

XIT- Untitled, 12x28    MAP-LF-Drawer 4

XIT- Untitled, 12x28    MAP-LF-Drawer 4

XIT- Misc. photocopies, 11x28    MAP-LF-Drawer 4

XIT- Map of XIT Ranch, Trav B. Shaw, checked by J.E. Haley. nd, tracing, enclosed, 12x28    MAP-EN

XIT- Sketch Plan of Buffalo Springs, Texas, David B. Braid, 1886, enclosed, 14x31    MAP-EN

D. Fort Lancaster (MAP-LS)

These are all blueprints from Saunders Collection, 24x35    MAP-LF-Drawer 4

       TX- Ft. Lancaster Historic Site, Overview showing 8 sheets, 1972
       TX- Ft. Lancaster Historic Site, Vicinity Map, 1971
       TX- Ft. Lancaster Historic Site, Vicinity Map, 1971
       TX- Ft. Lancaster Historic Site, Vicinity Map, 1969
       TX- Ft. Lancaster Historic Site, Vicinity Map, 1974
       TX- Ft. Lancaster Historic Site, Sheet 1, 1972
       TX- Ft. Lancaster Historic Site, Sheet 2, 1972
       TX- Ft. Lancaster Historic Site, Sheet 4, 1972
       TX- Ft. Lancaster Historic Site, Sheet 5, 1972

E. Pecos county, (Williams Collection - blueprints) (MAP-LF)

TX- Pecos, Water Right Transfer Map, 1973, prepared for J.C. Williams.  One tracing and one blueprint, 13x24    MAP-LF, Drawer #8

TX- Pecos, Ownership Map Abell Permian & Four C San Andres & Clearfork Fields, Pecos Co. Texas, drawn for  C.W. Williams, 18x22    MAP-LF, Drawer #8

TX- Pecos, Blueprint of highway project in Pecos County.  Federal Project No. I10-2(27)259, Sheet 4A.  22x36    MAP-LF, Drawer #8

TX- Pecos, Blueprint of highway project in Pecos County. Federal Project No.I10-2(27)259) Sheet 4, 22x36    MAP-LF, Drawer #8

F. Specialized Texas maps

(Some are in individual folders) MAP-LF-Drawer 2 and 11x17

Large Folder

TX- Upton, Conservation Plan Map, Upton County, TX, Lewis Smith Ranch,  Photostat, 18x23    MAP-LF, Drawer #1

TX- Permian Basin Wildcat Map, Mar, 1977, 26x28    MAP-LF, Drawer #1

TX- Permian Basin Wildcat Map, Jan 1978, 26x28    MAP-LF, Drawer #1

TX- San Patricio & Aransas Counties, Coleman-Fulton Pasture Co., , 1891, 12x20 ½    MAP-LF, Drawer #1

TX- Southwestern Trails & Rivers (Breaks of the Balconies, Stovall, 1967, 17x20    MAP-LF, Drawer #1

TX- Pipe Lines & Oil Fields, West Texas & NM, 1941, 19x21    MAP-LF, Drawer #1

TX- Reeves, Map Showing Locations of the Rustler Springs Sulfur Deposits, Univ. of TX Bulletin #1722, Plate 9, Reeves County, 17 ½ x19 ½     MAP-LF, Drawer #1

TX- Early Texas locations & trails from 1690-1762, near San Antonio, tracing, prob. by CWW, Fragile, 15x20    MAP-LF, Drawer #1

TX- Geology Surface Map, Leon Valley Area, Is this NW of San Anonio??nd, 24x30    MAP-LF, Drawer #1

NM- Socorro County, NM, Topographical Map,  Saunders, 15x16    MAP-LF, Drawer #1

NM- Topographical Map, Area Adjacent to NM School of Mines, Saunders, 15x16    MAP-LF, Drawer #1

TX- Literary Map of Texas, 1955, Dallas Public Library, 23x28    MAP-LF, Drawer #1

TX- A Literary Map of Texas, with book list, 1976, map by Kenneth Brown,  list by Lois A. Hudgins, Map = 23x26, booklet = 9x23.    MAP-LF, Drawer #1

TX- Randal, Part of Palo Duro Canyon , Block 6, Randall County, Bureau of Forestry, USDA, 1905,  Two copies, blueprint, one with notations, 20x27    MAP-LF, Drawer #1

TX- Surface Water Development, Existing Reservoirs and Recommended Projects, Plate 1. 1990, 2 copies, 17x17    MAP-LF, Drawer #1

TX- Boundary Between the United States and Mexico. Emory, Weyss, 1855, cloth mounted, Plate #29, 27x40    MAP-LF,

TX- A Map of the JA ranch situated in Armstrong, Briscoe and Doneley Counties, Texas, 1921, blueprint with notations, sleeved 36x38    MAP-LS Drawer #7

TX- Permian Basin Gas Processing Plants - 1961, rolled    MAP-R

TX- Map of the Staked Plains of North-West Texas, showing the location of Artesian Wells Theron, 1890, framed, 8 ½  x 11    MAP-EN

TX-  Llano Estacado, 23x36 (in separate folder)    MAP-LF, Drawer #1

3. Cattle Trails / Mail Routes (MAP-LF)

Showing Early Trail from Dodge City Southwest Through Part of Five States, taken from
Gov. Survey, 1827, comp. By Dock Anshutz, c. 1884. Photostat, 15x23 ½
MAP-LF-Drawer #4
Trails in NM on a 1927 NM Map. 17 ½ x21 MAP-LF-Drawer #4
The Range & Ranch Cattle Areas of U.S., 1884, photocopy -17 ½ x18 ½ MAP-LF-Drawer #4
Map of the Cherokee Strip Indian Territory (land) Leased by the Cherokee Strip Live
Stock Association from the Cherokee Nation, 1883, Photostats, (in two pieces),
14 ½ x18 and 17 ½ x18
MAP-LF-Drawer #4
Map of Trails in Runnels, Coleman, McCullogh, Concho, Bexar, Taylor, and Coleman
Counties. Primarily at the confluence of the Concho and Colorado Rivers. 1897,
M.E. Ragsdale.
MAP-LF-Drawer #4
Pioneer Trails of Hemphill County, 1970, printed, 18x24 MAP-LF-Drawer #4
Map of a Portion of Oklahoma Showing the Location of the Chisholm Trail,
printed and a photocopy, 8x30
MAP-LF-Drawer #4
Map of a Portion of Oklahoma Showing the Location of the Old Texas Cattle Trail
Chronicles of Okla, 1933, in two sections, Photostats, 8x30
MAP-LF-Drawer #4
Cow Outfits on the South Plains, in 1890, E.H. Price, 1930, May Price Mosley, 1966,
18x24, blueprint and 18x24 printed copy
MAP-LF-Drawer #4
Sleeved
Map of California, Oregon, Texas, and the Territories adjoining with routes etc.
Colton, 1849. sleeved, 19x122 ½
MAP-MS
Map of the Butterfield Overland Mail Route, over the Southern Route and the Lines
followed over the Central Route. Conkling, 1947. Sheet 1. sleeved, 19 ½ x 22 ½
MAP-MS
Map of the Butterfield Overland Mail Route, over the Southern Route and the Lines
followed over the Central Route. Conkling, 1947, with a portion of the Old Santa Fe
Mail Route. Sheet 2. sleeved, 20x25 ½
MAP-MS
The Best and Shortest Cattle Route from Texas to the Kansas Pacific Railway, 1871,
"The Great Texas Stock Route”, sleeved, 10x17
MAP-MS
The Best and Shortest Cattle Trails from Texas, Kansas, Pacific Railway,
faded photocopy - and a good photocopy1, 15 ½ x21 ½
MAP-LF-Drawer #4
In separate folder

Early Trails, tracing of Montana Trail, and other Panhandle Trails. Trav B. Shaw,
Checked by JEH, 20x30

MAP-LF, #4
Map of Western or Dodge City Trail Drawer #4
Map of Central Texas showing the location of the Western Cattle Trail (2 copies) Drawer #4
Map of a portion of Kansas showing the location of the Western Cattle Trail Drawer #4
Map of southwestern Nebraska showing the location of the Western Cattle Trail Drawer #4
Map of north of Ogallala showing the location of the Western Cattle Trail Drawer #4

4. Military Maps (MAP-LF)

Check the Photocopy File before pulling these.  Several have 11x17 photocopies.

Military - #1: U.S. 318 Flat. No. 6. Part of MAP of the States of Kansas and Texas and IndianTerritory Office of the Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army, 1867, Photostat,17 ½ x23 MAP-LF-Drawer 2
Military - #2: Fort Stockton in center, Faher's Ranche, Camp Hudson, Wild Horse Tanks and Mustang Ponds at corners, very faded. Dept. of Texas 2,Record Group 393. Photostat, 18x26 MAP-LF-Drawer 2
Military - #3: Dup. Rds. 130, part of MAP and Profile from the Red River to the Rio Grande;from Explorations and Surveys, Capt. John Pope and Lt. Kenner Gerrard,1854-6. Photostat, 16 ½ x23 MAP-LF-Drawer 2
Military - #4: MAP of the route to the Indian Villages on the upper Brasos (sic)made inJune 1851 by Col. Casper & Major Sibley, drawn by Major Sibley,Photostat, 17x22 MAP-LF-Drawer 2
Military - #5: Q-562, March from Ft. Stockton to Haymond by Lt. T.C. Woodbury,16th Inf. 1886 and March from Ft. Stockton to Del Rio by Lt. F.O. Johnson,3rd Cavalry, 1886. Record Group 77. Photostat, 18x26 ½ MAP-LF-Drawer 2
Military - #6: Military - MAP of the Rio Grande Frontier, by Capt W.H. Livermore,Prop. of Gen. G.H. Grierson. Record Group 393, Dept of Texas 6.Photostat, 18x27 Also photocopy of same from Mrs. Shipman's book, Taming the Big Bend. 16x26 ½ MAP-LF-Drawer 2
Military - #7: Q-95-1, MAP of the Topog. Recon. of a part of North-western Texas, 1859-60,Wm. H. Echols, 5th U.S. Infy. Record Group 77, Duplicate, in two sections.Photostats. 18x23 ½, Also same on Photostat. 18x27 MAP-LF-Drawer 2
Military - #8: Q-287. MAP of Scout made by Capt. A.G. Brackett...on the Great ComancheWar Trail in April and May 1859, Photostat. Also photo copy of same,10x13 MAP-LF-Drawer 2
Military - #9: Q-153, Journal (only). Route from San Antonio to Fort Concho, 1870.Capt. J. Rendlebrook, 4th Cav. Photostat, 2- sheets, 17x18 MAP-LF-Drawer 2
Military - #10: Q-155. >MAP of part of Texas and New Mexico showing the March of an
Indian Expedition under Command of Major A.P. Morrow, 9th Cav.Drawn by Lt. G. Valvis, 9th Con. 1870, Photostat, 14 ½ x22
MAP-LF-Drawer 2
Military - #11: Concho. Camp Colorado in center. 12x12, Photostat. Also Journal of theMarch of Company G, 4th Cav. Capt Joseph Rendlebrook from Fort Conchoto Camp Charlotte, Photostat, 14x15 MAP-LF-Drawer 2
Military - #12: Report of Lt. C. Ward, 10th Cav. of March from Laguna Sabinar to MonumentSprings, NM. (Note attached -"Shafter Expedition"), Photostat, 3 sheets,8x13 ½ MAP-LF-Drawer 2
Military - #13: Journal of a March of Company G, 4th Cav. from Fort Concho to CampCharlotte. Concho Letter Book, Scouts, Lt. Palmer,4x8 title page, Photostat and 9 ½ x22 MAP, MAP-LF-Drawer 2
Military - #14: Itinerary of a scout made by A Company under Lt Thomas C. Sebo, 1875.Photostat, 4- 8x11 sheets, MAP-LF-Drawer 2
Military - #15: Tracing showing fresh water openings found on Summit of Llano Estacado,near 32nd parallel and halfway between Pecos River and Mustang Ponds.Topo. Bureau, Letters Received, P-1858. Photostat, 12x17 ½ MAP-LF-Drawer 2
Military - #16: Army, Vol 220. Appears to be from a ledger describing the following Posts:Camp Verde, Fort Stockton, Fort McKavett, Fort Griffin, and Fort Concho. MAP-LF-Drawer 2

Column headings containing useful information are:

Name of Post
In what State or Territory Situated
On What River or Lake
On What Road or Trail
Among or Near What Tribes
Near What Mines
Nearest Town
From What Depot Supplied
Garrison
Latitude and Longitude
In What Military District
Remarks

Sheets ave. in size: Photostats, 7x15 up to 11x15.

The following MAPs or drawings accompany this file:
Army, Vol 220. Post of Camp Verde,MAP No. 15. Photostat, 12x15
Army, Vol. 220, Fort Griffin, a drawing, not a MAP. Photostat, 11x20
Army, Vol. 220, Post of Fort Stockton, >MAP No. 23. Photostat, 11x15
Army, Vol. 220, Post of Fort McKavett, MAP No. 73. Photostat, 11x15
MAP or drawing of Fort Stockton missing. (may be in other JEH files)
(In larger folders)

Military - #17: Dept. of Texas "Shafter, 1875" on back (This may be Q-306), Photostat, 24x31Also a portion of same, Photostat, 10 ½ x16 ½ MAP-LF-Drawer 2
Military - #18: Q-135, Topographical sketches of routes from:
18A. Fort Clark to Fort Stockton, Photostat, 18x24, Ozalid Print, 24x36 MAP-LF-Drawer 2
18B. Fort Stockton to Fort Chadbourne Ozalid print, 25x34 MAP-LF-Drawer 2
18C. Fort Stockton to Fort Davis, Ozalid print, 16x25 MAP-LF-Drawer 2
by Lt. Col. E.J. Strang, 1867. Large Ozalid prints, very poor condition. MAP-LF-Drawer 2
Military - #19: Q-150. MAP showing the Route taken by Government Train accompanying the15th Rgt. Inf. from Austin to Fort Craig, NM. July to Dec. 1869.Prepared under the direction of Lt. Col. Thos. B. Hunt. Ozalid prints, verypoor condition. (see note under #18) 3 photostats 18x27, Ozalid print 27x66 MAP-LF-Drawer 2
Military - #20: Trails Made and Routes Used by the Fourth U.S. Cavalry under command ofGeneral R. S. Mackenzie in its operations against hostile Indians in Texas,Indian Territory (now Oklahoma), New Mexico and Old Mexico during theperiod of 1871-2-3-4- and 5. Compiled from Military and other Surveys.Prepared by E.D. Dorchester, Freeport Texas, 1927. Blueprint,19x24 (printed) and 35x38, MAP-LF-Drawer 2
Military - #21: Topographical MAP of Country Traversed by the Command of GeneralGeorge Crook, 1883, blueprint, 18x33 and photocopy,17x29 (one from DLT) MAP-LF.
Military - #22: Q-196, Trail of a Scout between Fort Griffin and Ft. Concho, Texas and Ft.Bascom,NM by Lt. Chas. Morrison, 1872 Ozalid , very faded and fragile,28x38 MAP-LF-Drawer 2
Military - #23: MAP of Parts of KS, IT, TX & NM, 1875. US War Dept., The IndianCampaign on the Staked Plains, 1874-1875 (PPHS, Canyon, 1962,Joe Taylor) , printed, 22x30 MAP-LF-Drawer 2

 

(Sleeved or Rolled)

Military - #24: MAP showing the different routes traveled over by the Detachments of theoverland command in the Spring of 1855 from Salt Lake City, Utah to theBay of San Francisco. Senate Ex. Doc. No 1, 1st Session, 34th Congress.sleeved, 19 ½ x 25 MAP-LS.
Military - #25: Mackenzie MAP of 1871-75, redrawn by Dorchester, 1927, rolled MAP-R.

5. New mexico

A. State Maps (MAP-LF)

NM-  Vermejo Ranch, NM, 12x18 MAP-LF, Drawer #3
NM-  Map of the Military Dept. of NM, Brig, Gen. James H. Carleton & Capt. Allen Anderson, 5th Inf, 1864  (Horn & Wallace) 2 copies, 18x25 MAP-LF, Drawer #3
NM-  Quay County NM, (a montage made up of photocopies), 18x22 ½ MAP-LF, Drawer #3
NM-  Rand McNally (Atlas) PM#) (fragile) (shows Red Bluff Dam), 21x28 MAP-LF, Drawer #3
NM- Nuevo Mexico, 1776-1789, by John L. Kessell for Albuquerque. Bicentennial Comm.25x38 MAP-LF, Drawer #3
NM-  Sectional map of Colfax and Mora Counties, NM, 18989, Edward Rollander, Draughtsman,Denver MAP-LF, Drawer #3
NM-  Geologic Map of Albuquerque Country, Stuart Northrop and Arlette Hill, 1962, 23x29 MAP-LF, Drawer #3
NM-  Geologic Map of the Rio Chama Country, Clay T. Smith & William R. Muehlberger, 1950, 23x25 ½ MAP-LF, Drawer #3
NM-  Territory of NM, Lt. Parke, Col. Munrow Drawn by R.H. Kern, 1851 fromForts & Forays by J.A. Bennett, 16x21 MAP-LF, Drawer #3
NM-  Official Road Map of NM., 1947, 14x19 ½ MAP-LF, Drawer #3
NM-UT-  Territories of NM & Utah, J.H. Colton, 1855, reprint, 12x18 MAP-LF, Drawer #3
TX-  Downtown El Paso, Locations involved in the Selman Story, 1894-1896, by RNM, 1952, orig. and one blueprint copy, sleeved, 20x24 MAP-LF
NM-  Sketch of Public surveys of NM, 1861, (incl. present AZ), A. P. Wilbar, sleeved, 30 ½ x22 MAP-LF
NM-  Territory of NM, 1879, C. Roesar, Draughtsman, printed by Bien, N.Y.),sleeved, 26 ½ x33 ½ MAP-LF
NM-  Reconnaissance & Elevation Map of Southeastern NM, 1913, USGS,Walter B. Lang, photocopy  14x30 MAP-LF, Drawer #3
NM-  Map of Boarding House & Merritt Mines, Socorro County, NM, 1934, original, 18 ½ x22 ½ MAP-LF, Drawer #3
NM-  Dewey & Hill Mining Claims, Socorro County, NM, 1934, original, 18x22 MAP-LF, Drawer #3
NM-  Contour Map of Four Corners Area (UT,CO,AZ, NM) Showing Bedded Uranium Deposits, 1953, printed,  29x35 MAP-LF, Drawer #3
Capitan Peak, 1934, Jan 13, blueprint, (w/ JEH notations), 26 ½ x20 MAP-LF, Drawer #3

Sleeved

AZ-NM-  County Map of Arizona and New Mexico, Plate 56, 1874, sleeved, 12x15

MAP-MS
NM-  Sketch of Public Surveys in New Mexico to accompany Report of Surveyor General1855, Pelham, Sen. Ex. Doc. No. 1, 34th Cong. 1st Ses., sleeved, 8 ½ x 11 ½ MAP-MS
NM-UT-  Johnson’s' California Territories of New Mexico and Utah, Johnson and Ward, 1854.sleeved, 18x26 MAP-MS
NM-  Asher & Adams New Mexico, Plate 135-136. 1873, sleeved, 17 ½ x 24 MAP-MS
NM-  New Mexico (one side) and Washington (reverse side), Geo.Cram, 1881 ,sleeved, 13 ½  x 11 MAP-MS
NM-WA-  New Mexico (one side )and Washington (reverse side), Geo. Cram,  1883,sleeved, 13 ½ x 11 MAP-MS
AZ-NM-  County and Township Map of Arizona and New Mexico, 1887, S. Augustus Mitchell,Plate 92, sleeved,     22 ½  x 15 MAP-MS
NM-  Territory of New Mexico, 1879, Dept. of Interior. sleeved 26 ½  x 33 ½ MAP-LS
NM-  Sketch of Public Surveys in New Mexico, 1861. sleeved 22x31 MAP-LS

6. Arizona

A. State Maps

AZ- Arizona, from R.J.Hintons Handbook of AZ, 1878, 12x18 MAP-LF, Drawer #3
AZ- Official Map of the Territory of AZ, 1889, E.A. Eckhoff & P. Priecker, Civil Engineers,
17 ½ x22 ½
MAP-LF, Drawer #3
AZ- Map of Ariz. Terr. Drawn for Dewey Co. 1881, Mining Districts, Mining & Scientific
Press, Supplement., 12x18
MAP-LF, Drawer #3
AZ- Trails of Conquest, Spanish Arizona, 1536-1821, Geo. M. Avey, Cartographer,
Comp. by R.K Wyllys, 9x13 ½
MAP-LF
AZ- Ariz. & NM, drawn b Frank A. Gray, 1883, p. 154, and Gray’s New Map of Utah,
Frank A Gray1883, p. 153, 14x17 ½
MAP-LF, Drawer #3
AZ- Arizona Territory, 1881, Gerald Shipley, 1969, 17x22 MAP-LF, Drawer #3
AZ- Southern Arizona, traced from map dated 1879, Dir. By Lt. Fred A Smith, 12th Inf,
by Paul Riecker, (traced by G.H. Schneider, 1927), 15x23 ½
MAP-LF, Drawer #3
AZ- San Carlos Indian Reservation, 1961, BIA , blueprint, 16x28 MAP-LF, Drawer #3
AZ- Official Relief Map of Pima County, AZ, 1922, F.F. De Merse , cloth, 19x33 MAP-LF, Drawer #3
AZ- Prescott, AZ Terr, 1880 by Don Bufkin, pub, 1963, 17 ½ x22 ½ MAP-LF, Drawer #3

7. Oklahoma/Indian Territory

A. Territory Maps

OK- Logan County, 22 ½ x29 ½ MAP-LF, Drawer #3

OK- Map of Parts of Kansas, Indian Terr, Texas and NM, 1875, 22x30 MAP-LF, Drawer #3

OK- Shawnee, OK, 1993, street map, and Gen. Highway Map of Pottawatomie County,
23x27 ½
MAP-LF, Drawer #3

OK- Map of Indian Territory & Oklahoma, 1890 (Julius Bien), 24x36 MAP-LF, Drawer #3

OK- Indian Territory, 1898, Dept. of Int. Chas Fitch, Topographer, 23x29 MAP-LF, Drawer #3

OK- Historical Map of Oklahoma, 23x35 MAP-LF, Drawer #3

OK- Treasure & Historical Map of Oklahoma, 1970, R.J. Cecil (2 copies), 23x35 MAP-LF, Drawer #3

OK- Early Map of Washington County showing Trails and Historical Sites Prior to 1907
J.W. Green, 25x38
MAP-LF, Drawer #3

OK- Map of the Indian Territory, Artifact Magazine, 1967, 23x35 MAP-LF, Drawer #3

OK- Standard Map of Oklahoma, Rand McNally, nd, 19x26 ½ MAP-LF, Drawer #3

OK- General Highway Map of Cherokee County, Okla. Dept. of Highways, 18x30 MAP-LF, Drawer #3

OK- An Illustrated Map of Okla. Country or the Indian Territory West of Arkansas, 1939,
Vinson Lackey, 14x25
MAP-LF, Drawer #3

OK- General Highway and Transportation Map, Tulsa County, 13 ½ x12 ½ MAP-LF, Drawer #3

OK- Map of Pottawatomie County, Pioneer Abstract , 13x17 MAP-LF, Drawer #3

OK- Johnson’s Indian Territory, 1880, 14x18 MAP-LF, Drawer #3

Sleeved
OK- A Map of the Indian Territory, Northern Texas and New Mexico, Showing the Great
Western Prairies by Josiah Gregg, 1844, sleeved, 14x17.
MAP-MS

Individual Folder (fragile)
OK- Map of the Cherokee Strip Indian Territory, 1882, Burge and Walton, reprint by First
National Bank, Wichita, Kansas, very poor condition, 23x38
MAP-LF, Drawer #4

8. United States

A. California

CA- Spanish Calif, a Map of the Missions, Presidios, Pueblos and some of the more
interesting Ranchs, Westways, 1956, 32x46
MAP-LF, Drawer #3
CA- Map of Public Surveys in California to accompany report of Surveyor General, 1855,
32x38
MAP-LF, Drawer #3

B. Mixed States

MS- Historical Madison County, Homer Casteel., 15 ½ x19 MAP-LF, Drawer #3
IA- Dakota- #2 Sketch of the Public Surveys in Iowa & Dakota. Surveyor General, 1861,
Sen. Ex. Doc. No. 1, 37th Cong. 2nd Sess., 19 ½ x21
MAP-LF, Drawer #3
LA- Map of Louisiana, 1851, R.W. Boyd, 18x19 MAP-LF, Drawer #3
IA- Public Surveys in Iowa, 1851, Geo. B. Sargent, 18x24 MAP-LF, Drawer #3
CO- Early Trails, Forts, & Battlefields of Colorado, Municipal Facts Magazine,
LeRoy R. Hafen, 13x16 ½
MAP-LF, Drawer #3
AR- Historical Map of Arkansas, 1970, R.J. Cecil., 23x29 MAP-LF, Drawer #3
AR- Pictorial Reviews of Fort Smith Arkansas, (Photos only). 22 ½ x28 ½ MAP-LF, Drawer #3
NV- Deek Gladson Map of Nevada Ghost Towns, 1962, G. M. Miller, 24x35 MAP-LF, Drawer #3
AR- Arkansas, 1853, Geo. Milbourne MAP-LF, Drawer #3
US- Great Plains Highway, Canada to Mexico over the Old Cattle Trails, Gallup Map,
9x28
MAP-LF
KS- Map of Kansas, State Board of Agriculture, 1883, 14x21 MAP-LF, Drawer #3
US- New Transcontinental Route of the Atlantic & Pacific RR and its Connections,
1883, G.W. & C.B Colton. 14x33
MAP-LF, Drawer #3
IL- Blanchard’s Map of Chicago and Environs, 1887, Photostat, 23x32 MAP-LF, Drawer #3
US- Santa Fe Trail, 1946, American Pioneer Trail Association, 2 copies, 18 ½ x24 ½ MAP-LF, Drawer #3
US- U.S. Telegraphs Lines in CA,AZ,NM,TX, US Signal Corp. Report, 1878-79.
2 photocopies, 11x17
MAP-LF
US- Cartocraft Desk Outline Map, S/W US, #18184 MAP-LF
Encapsulated
US- United States of America, John Melish, 1818. (Texas Highways) ,
encapsulated, 20x24
MAP-EN
Individual Folder (cabinet)
US- Cerographic Atlas of the United States #3,Sidney Morse, Samuel Breese, NY, 1845.
Maps of Massachusetts & R./I, Oregon, Mexico, Indian Territory, Pennsylvania,
Kentucky-Tennessee, Missouri, Arkansas, North Carolina, South Carolina, Indians,
Illinois, Michigan, Iowa-Wisconsin, Texas, Californias (16 in all ). 18 ½ x 14 ½
MAP-MF
Rolled
US- Survey Route for Pacific Railroad, 32nd Parallel between Rio Grande and Red River,
Capt. John Pope, 1855, rolled
MAP-R
Civil War Era Map
Side One - Lloyd’s Map of the Lower Mississippi River from St. Louis to Gulf of Mexico, 1863
Side Two - Lloyd’s Map of United States, The Canadas & New Brunswick, Atlantic & Gulf
Coasts, 1864, (Large, rolled in tube, two sided, needs a conservator to unroll and
stabilize, possible value up to $2,000) Gift of John Donaldson, rolled
MAP-R

C. Geologic Atlas of the United States.

This volume Contains only maps of Oklahoma and Texas.
Department of the Interior, USGS, 1:125,000.
Each Folio contains several pages of Description and a Topographic Sheet, Historical
Geology Sheet and a Structure-Section Sheet. Library Editions. 18 ½ x22.
MAP-BX #13
TX- Uvalde Folio. Texas. Folio 64, 1900 MAP-BX #13
TX- Nueces Folio, Texas, Folio 42, 1898. MAP-BX #13
OK- Tishomingo Folio, Indian Territory, Folio 98, also contains Areal Geology Map. 1903 MAP-BX #13
OK- Tahlequah Folio, Indian Territory - Arkansas, Folio 122, 1905, also contains Areal (sic) Geology Map and Columnar Section Sheet (3 copies) MAP-BX #13
OK- Coalgate Folio, Indian Territory, Folio 74, (also contains Economic Geology sheet), 1901 MAP-BX #13
OK- Atoka Folio, Indian Territory, Folio 79, (also contains Economic Geology Sheet) 1902 MAP-BX #13
OK- Muscogee Folio, Indian Territory, also contains Areal (sic) Geology Map, 1906 MAP-BX #13

9. National Forest, Monuments, Lakes and Recreational Areas

A. General

NM- Bandelier National Monument and Vicinity, 1953, scale 1:24,000, 40x52 MAP-BX #7
NM- Carson National Forest, 1975, scale ½” = 1 mile, 32x41 MAP-BX #7
NM- Carson National Forest, Recreation Map, 1968, scale 1” = 4 miles, 21x32 MAP-BX #7
NM- Cibola National Forest, Magdalena Ranger District, North Half, 1973,
scale ½” = 1 mile, 28x36
MAP-BX #7
NM- Cibola National Forest, Magdalena Ranger District, South Half, 1973,
scale ½” = 1 mile, 28x30
MAP-BX #7
NM- Cibola National Forest, Sandia-Mountainair Ranger Districts, 1968,
scale ½” = 1 mile, 32x35
MAP-BX #7
NM- Cibola National Forest, Mount Taylor Ranger District and Zuni Mtns., 1974,
scale ½” = 1 mile, 24x32
MAP-BX #7
NM- Cibola National Forest, Recreation Map, 1968, scale 1” = 7 miles, 28x32 MAP-BX #7
NM- Gila National Forest, 1974, scale ½” = 1 mile, 38x49 MAP-BX #7
NM- Lincoln National Forest, Guadalupe Ranger District, 1973, scale ½” = 1 mile, 26x30 MAP-BX #7
NM- Lincoln National Forest, North Half, 1921, 27x36 MAP-BX #7
NM- Santa Fe National Forest (2 copies), 1975, scale ½” = 1 mile, 33x40 MAP-BX #7
NM- State of New Mexico, 1967, scale 1:500,000, 50x56 MAP-BX #7
NM- State of New Mexico, Areas of Responsibility and Land Status Map, 1972,
scale 1:500,000, 50x56
MAP-BX #7

B. TEXAS Lakes and Recreation Areas

TX- Lake McClellan, 1961, 21x23 ½ MAP-LF, Drawer #1
TX- Amistad Recreation area (JEH notations on back), 17 ½ x24 MAP-LF, Drawer #1

10. Topographical Maps

Combined Topo Map Inventory

The 7 ½ Minute mapping of the U.S. has been completed.  The 15 Minute maps are no longer made.
7 ½ Minute Quadrangle Maps - 1:24,000 scale (1 inch = 2,000 ft.)
15 Minute Quadrangle Maps - 1:62,500 scale (1 inch = 1 mile) - Discontinued
30 Minute Quadrangle Maps - 1:125,000 scale (1 inch = 2 miles)
National Topographic Maps, 1:250,000 Series (1 inch = 4 miles)
State Map Series = 1:500,000 Scale (1 inch = 8 miles)
1:1,000,000, 1 inch = 15.74 miles
Sectional Maps 1:2,000,000 Scale
United States Base Maps (various scales)

A.  Topo Map Indexes  (MAP-SF #2)

1. Texas, Mar 1966
2. National Topo Maps 1:250,000.October 1967
3. New Mexico, Oct 1963 (2 copies)
4. New Mexico, Sep 1975
5. National Topo Maps, United States, 1:250,000, Jul 1976
6. Colorado, Feb 1980
7. Colorado, Feb 1980
8. Texas, Jan 1976
9. Arizona, Apr 1970
10. Arizona, mar 1958
11. Arizona, Nov 1974
12. Arizona, Aug 1975
13. Arizona, Jan 1960
14. New Mexico, Jan 1969
15. New Mexico, Nov 1959
16. New Mexico, Feb 1980 (2 copies)
17. Topo Maps of U.S., Jun 1959
18. Index to Southern California Topo Maps. Westside Map Co., nd.

Map # State(s) Title Dates Scale # Copies
   
2851-IV CA Pinkham Well 1947 1:250,000  
NG-14-2 TX Laredo 1956,1967 1:250,000  
NG-14-5 US-MEX McAllen 1956 1:250,000  
   
NH-12-1 AZ Lukeville 1963 1:250,000  
NH-12-2 AZ Nogales 1956,1969 1:250,000  
NH-12-3 AZ-MX Douglas 1959,1970 1:250,000  
NH-12-3 US-MX Douglas 1955 1:250,000  
NH-13-1 NM El Paso 1965 1:250,000  
NH-13-1 TX-NM El Paso 1959,1973 1:250,000  
NH-13-2 TX Van Horn 1954,1975 1:250,000 2 copies
NH-13-3 TX Pecos 1954,1963 1:250,000 3 copies
NH-13-5 TX Marfa 1959,1975 1:250,000  
NH-13-6 TX Ft. Stockton 1954,1973 1:250,000 2 copies
NH-13-8 TX Presidio 1959,1969 1:250,000  
NH-13-9 TX Emory Peak 1959,1967 1:250,000  
NH-14-1 TX San Angelo 1954 1:250,000 2 copies
NH-14-2 TX Brownwood 1954,1974 1:250,000  
NH-14-4 TX Sonora 1954,1964 1:250,000 4 copies
NH-14-5 TX Llano 1954,1975 1:250,000  
NH-14-7 TX Del Rio 1958,1969 1:250,000 2 copies
NH-14-8 TX San Antonio 1954,1964 1:250,000 2 copies
NH-14-10 TX Eagle Pass 1958,1969 1:250,000  
NH-14-11 US-MEX Crystal City 1956 1:250,000  
NI-11-3 US Kingman 1958 1:250,000  
NI-11-8 CA Santa Ana 1969 1:250,000  
NI-11-9 CA-AZ Salton Sea 1959,1964 1:250,000  
NI-11-11 CA San Diego 1958-1970 1:250,000  
NI-11-12 CA-AZ El Centro 1958,1969 1:250,000  
NI-12-1 US Williams 1960 1:250,000  
NI-12-3 NM-AZ Gallup 1954,1962 1:250,000  
NI-12-4 AZ Prescott 1959 1:250,000  
NI-12-5 AZ Holbrook 1954,1963 1:250,000  
NI-12-6 AZ-NM Saint Johns 1954,1970 1:250,000  
NI-12-7 AZ Phoenix 1959,1969 1:250,000  
NI-12-8 AZ Mesa 1954,1969 1:250,000  
NI-12-9 AZ-NM Clifton 1954,1962 1:250,000  
NI-12-9 AZ-NM Clifton 1954,1971 1:250,000 2 copies
NI-12-10 AZ Ajo 1953,1969 1:250,000  
NI-12-11 AZ Tucson 1956,1969 1:250,000  
NI-12-12 NM-AZ Silver City 1954,1970 1:250,000  
NI-12-12 NM-AZ Silver City 1958 1:250,000  
NI-13-1 NM Albuquerque 1963 1:250,000  
NI-13-2 NM Santa Fe 1959 1:250,000  
NI-13-4 AZ-NM Socorro 1962 1:250,000  
NI-13-7 NM Tularosa 1954,1970 1:250,000  
NI-13-7 NM Tularosa 1954-1962 1:250,000  
NI-13-8 NM Roswell 1955,1972 1:250,000 2 copies
NI-13-9 TX-NM Brownfield 1954,1973 1:250,000  
NI-13-10 NM-TX Las Cruces 1955,1962 1:250,000  
NI-13-11 NM-TX Carlsbad 1954,1972 1:250,000 2 copies
NI-13-12 NM-TX Hobbs 1954,1973 1:250,000 2 copies
NI-14-7 TX Lubbock 1954,1965 1:250,000  
NI-14-7 TX Lubbock 1954,1975 1:250,000  
NI-14-8 TX-OK Wichita Falls 1954,1975 1:250,000  
NI-14-10 TX Big Spring 1954,1975 1:250,000 2 copies
NI-14-11 TX Abilene 1954,1974 1:250,000  
NJ-12-9 CO-UT Cortez 1956,1969 1:250,000  
NJ-12-12 NM-AZ Shiprock 1954,1963 1:250,000  
NJ-13-7 CO Durango 1945 1:250,000  
NJ-13-10 NM-CO Aztec 1961 1:250,000  
NL-12-4 MT Butte 1958,1977 1:250,000  
NL-12-7 MT-ID Dillon 1955,1977 1:250,000  
NL-12-8 MT-WY Bozeman 1958,1972 1:250,000  
NL-12-10 ID-MT Dubois 1955,1978 1:250,000  
CA-NV Ballarat 1913,1927 1:250,000    
NM St Johns 1892,1921 1:250,000   2 copies

C. 1:250,000 - 16x20 (MAP-BX-1)

AZ-NM St. Johns 1892,1921 1:250,000  
AZ-NM Fort Defiance 1892,1910 1:250,000  
NM Lincoln Nat. Forest 1914,1948 1:250,000  
NM Largo 1895,1911 1:250,000  
AZ Canyon De Chelly 1892,1921 1:250,000  
CA-NV Ballarat 1913,1951 1:250,000  
CA-NV Ballarat 1913,1927 1:250,000  
CA Lassen Peak 1894,1914 1:250,000  

D. 1:125,000 (MAP-BX-2)

2 copies

OK Alikchi 1901,1926 1:125,000  
OK Ardmore `1901,1931 1:125,000  
OK Chickasha 1904,1923 1:125,000  
OK Hominy 1912,1927 1:125,000  
OK Kingfisher 1895,1915 1:125,000  
OK Muskogee 1901,1927 1:125,000  
OK Nowata 1914,1932 1:125,000  
OK Nuyaka 1901,1949 1:125,000  
OK Okmulgee 1896,1927 1:125,000  
OK Pauls Valley 1898 1:125,000  
OK San Bois 1909,1927 1:125,000  
OK Sallisaw 1911,1951 1:125,000  
OK Tuskahoma 1909,1929 1:125,000  
OK Winding Stair 1909,1928 1:125,000  
OK-AR Talequah 1898,1927 1:125,000  
OK-AR Fort Smith 1890,1931 1:125,000  
AR-OK Poteau Mountain 1899,1924 1:125,000  
AR-OK Winslow 1901,1927  
TX-IT Denison 1901,1921 1:125,000  
IT Lukfata 1902,1917 1:125,000  
TX-IT Montague 1905,1920 1:125,000  
AZ-NM Chiricahua 1919,1940 1:125,000  
AZ-NM Perilla 1919,1920 1:125,000  
NM Alum Mountain 1913 1:125,000  
NM Albuquerque 1893-1914 1:125,000  
NM Deming 1915,1948 1:125,000  
NM Galina 1903 1:125,000  
NM Lamy 1894,1925 1:125,000  
NM Las Vegas 1893,1920 1:125,000  
NM Las Cruces 1893-1927 1:125,000  
NM Morenci 1915 1:125,000  
NM Jemez 1892-1925 1:125,000  
NM Reserve 1918 1:125,000 2 copies
NM Silver City 1909 1:150,000  
   
AZ Benson 1915,1948 1:125,000  
AZ Benson 1915,1937 1:125,000  
AZ Bradshaw Mountains 1903,1946 1:125,000  
AZ Cave Creek 1930 1:125,000  
AZ Congress 1906.1948 1:125,000  
AZ Florence 1900 1:125,000  
AZ Hereford 1914,1946 1:125,000 2 copies
AZ Pearce 1916 1:125,000  
AZ Patagonia 1905.1920 1:125,000  
AZ Patagonia 1904 1:125,000  
AZ Perilla 1919,1920 1:125,000  
AZ Nogales 1905,1916 1:125,000  
AZ Nogales 1905,1947 1:125,000  
AZ San Simon 1917,1931 1:125,000  
AZ Tucson 1905,1932 1:125,000  
AZ Tucson 1904 1:125,000  
AZ Turret Peak 1929 1:125,000  
CA Indio 1904,1948 1:125,000  
CA San Jacinto 1901,1950 1:125,000  
CA Yosemite 1909,1914 1:125,000  
   

E. 1:62,500 (MAP-BX-3)

OK McComb 1910,1941 1:62,5000  
OK-KS Kaw 1935 1:62,500  
WA Seattle 1909,1922 1:62,500  
TX Guadalupe Peak 1940,1949 1:62,500  
TX Hood Spring 1917 1:62,500  
TX Ft Stockton 1921 1:62,500  
TX Mineral Wells 1927 1:62,500  
TX Marathon 1921,1949 1:62,500  
TX Santiago Peak 1917 1:62,500  
TX Sierra Madera 1923,1949 1:62,500  
   
CA Coalinga 1956 1:62,500  
CA Edom 1944 1:62,500  
CA Mt. Shasta 1899,1924 1:62,500  
CA Palm Desert 1959 1:62,500  
CO Silverton 1955 1:62,500  
AZ-NM San Simon 1950 1:62,500  
AZ-NM Vanar 1951 1:62,500  
AZ Bisbee 1910,1936 1:62,500  
AZ Blue House Mtn. 1946 1:62,500  
AZ Bylass 1960 1:62,500  
AZ Chloride 1944 1:62,500  
AZ Camel Back 1906,1942 1:62,500  
AZ Cane Springs 1954 1:62,500  
AZ Clarkdale 1944 1:62,500  
AZ Cibeque 1961 1:62,500  
AZ Douglas 1914 1:62,500  
AZ Diamond Butte 1943 1:62,500  
AZ Ft. Thomas 1960 1:62,500  
AZ Ft. McDowell 1906,1948 1:62,500  
AZ Globe 1902,1940 1:62,500  
AZ Jackson Mtn. 1946 1:62,500  
AZ Mingus Mtn. 1947 1:62,500  
AZ Mt. Graham 1945 1:62,500  
AZ Paulden 1947 1:62,500  
AZ Prescott 1944 1:62,500  
AZ Simmons 1947 1:62,500  
AZ Sierra Bonita Ranch 1940 1:62,500  
NM Black Top Mountain 1948 1:62,500  
NM Columbus 1917,1920 1:62,500  
NM Canutillo 1919 1:62,500  
NM Camel Mountain 1913 1:62,500  
NM Chicken Well 1948 1:62,500  
NM Las Cruces 1941 1:62,500  
NM Dwyer 1956 1:62,500  
NM Hachita 1918 1:62,500  
NM Hillsboro 1940,1949 1:62,500  
NM Kaylor Mountain 1948 1:62,500  
NM Lake Valley 1962 1:62,500  
NM Lordsburg 1936 1:62,500  
NM Mt. Riley 1918 1:62,500  
NM Organ Peak 1943,1948 1:62,500  
NM Pratt 1919 1:62,500  
NM Malpais Well 1848 1:62,500  
NM Parker Lake 1943,1948 1:62,500  
NM Socorro 1909 1:62,500 2 copies
NM San Lorenzo 1956 1:62,500  
NM Sowell 1948 1:62,500  
NM Salinas Peak 1948 1:62,500  
NV-AZ-CA Davis Dam 1950 1:62,500  
MT Bozeman Pass 1951 1:62,500  
MT Bozeman 1953 1:62,500  
MT Grant 1959 1:62,500  
MT Virginia City 1950 1:62,500  
MT Varney 1949 1:62,500  

F. 1:24,000 (MAP-BX-4)

NM Jaralosa Mtn. 1965 1:24,000  
NM Montoya Butte 1964 1:24,000  
NM Monticello 1961 1:24,000  
NM Santa Rita Special 1909 1:24,000 2 copies
NM Sierra Fijardo 1961 1:24.000  
NM Steel Hill 1964 1:24.000  
NM Tyrone District 1922 1:24,000  
NM Vicks Peak 1964 1:24.000  
NMN Wheeler Peak 1963 1:24,000  
NM-TX Diamond Y Spring NW 1974 1:24,000  
TX Belding NE 1970 1:24,000  
TX Belding NW 1970 1:24,000  
TX Houston Ranch 1966 1:24,000  
TX Coyanosa SE 1974 1:24,000  
TX Diamond Y Spring SE 1974 1:24,000  
TX Diamond Y Spring NE 1974 1:24,000  
TX Diamond Y Spring NW 1974 1:24,000  
TX Diamond Y Spring 1974 1:24,000  
TX East Mesa SW 1970 1:24,000  
TX Fort Stockton, East 1970 1:24,000  
TX Iatan 1952 1:24,000  
TX Lucian Wells Ranch 1966 1:24,000  
TX Natural Dam Lake 1966 1:24,000  
TX Saddle Butte 1970 1:24,000  
TX Vincent 1951 1:24,000  
CA Borrego Sink 1959 1:24,000  
CA Borrego Mountain 1960 1:24,000  
CA Borrego Palm Canyon 1959 1:24,000  
CA Bucksnort Mt. 1960 1:24,000  
CA Fonts Point 1959 1:24,000  
CA Clark Lake 1959 1:24,000  
CA Collins Valley 1959 1:24,000  
CA Clark Lake NE 1960 1:24,000  
CA Hot Springs Mt. 1960 1:24,000  
CA Kane Spring NW 1956 1:24,000  
CA Oasis 1956 1:24,000  
CA Rabbit Peak 1959 1:24,000  
CA Ranchita 1960 1:24,000  
CA Shell Reef 1959 1:24,000  
CA Seventeen Palms 1956 1:24,000  
CA Tubb Canyon 1959 1:24,000  
CA Warner’s Ranch 1960 1:24,000  
CA Warner Springs 1959 1:24,000  
CO Howardsville 1955 1:24,000 22x27
CO Silverton 1955 1:24,000, 22x27
CO Handies Peak 1955 1:24,000  
AZ Ash Creek Ranch 1966 1:24,000  
AZ Ash Creek NE 1966 1:24,000  
AZ Canelo Pass 1948 1:24,000  
AZ Cypress Butte 1967 1:24,000  
AZ Dugas 1967 1:24,000  
AZ Huachuca Peak 1958 1:24,000  
AZ O’Donnell Canyon 1948 1:24,000  
AZ Pyeatt Ranch 1958 1:24,000  
AZ Tombstone Dist.. 1906 1:24,000  
AZ Tule Mesa 1967 1:24,000  
AZ Verde Hot Springs 1967 1:24,000  
AZ Wet Bottom Mesa 1967 1:24,000  
MT Alder 1963 1:24.000  
MT Bannack 1952 1:24.000  
MT Copper Mountain 1963 1:24.000  
MT Eli Spring 1952,1976 1:24.000  
MT Elton 1951 1:24.000  
MT Livingston 1951 1:24.000  
MT Mission 1957 1:24.000  
MT Ruby Dam 1963 1:24.000  
   

G. Other

TX La Porte 1920,1925 1:31,680

Non-US Topo Maps.

1. NH-12 Sonora 1937 1:1.000.000

American Geological Society, of New York, - DLT, Not a USGS map.

2. Reconnaissance and Elevation Map of S. W. New Mexico - 1936,1953, 1:253,0401” = 4 miles.

H. U.S. Base Maps and County Outlines (MAP-LF)

1. U.S. Base Map, USGS, (shows names of counties), blueprint, 27x40 MAP-LF, Drawer #3
2. Texas Counties (outlines and named), 3 copies, 15x15 MAP-LF, Drawer #3
3. U.S. Base map, USGS, 1965, 1”=50 miles, 42x64 ½ MAP-LF, Drawer #3
4. Arizona Topo Map, Gift of JEH 1985, 1:500,000, 1933 MAP-R
5. Colorado Base Map 1980, 1:00,000, 42x54 MAP-LF, Drawer #3
6. San Juan County, Colo., 1975, 1:50,000, 36x40 MAP-LF, Drawer #3

I. Topo Plastic (Raised) Relief Maps (MAP-LF-Drawer #9)

Carlsbad, NI-13-11, 22x34 MAP-Drawer #9
Roswell, NI-13-8, 22x34 MAP-Drawer #9
Las Cruces, NI-13-10. 22x34 MAP-Drawer #9
Fort Sumner, NI-13-5, 22x34 MAP-Drawer #9
Silver City, NI-12-12, 22x34 MAP-Drawer #9
Tularosa, NI-13-7, 22x34 MAP-Drawer #9
Clifton, NI-12-9, 22x34 MAP-Drawer #9

NASA Aerial Photo Ft. Stockton, Marathon, Sanderson Area, 28x30 MAP-Drawer #9

11. World Maps

  1. Carte De La Louisiana Et Du Cours Du Mississipi (sic), 1745, Ph Buache, 20x27 LF, Drawer #3
  2. Ameriqlue Septentrionale Monseigneur Le Davpin, 24 ½ x36 LF, Drawer #3
  3. Etas-Unis D’Amerique (mounted Photostat), 17x21 LF, Drawer #3
  4. New Map of the World showing the Course of Sr. Francis Drake From a Compleat Collection of Voyages, John Harris, 15x22 ½ LF, Drawer #3
  5. Carte Du Royaume De Congo Du Monomotapa Et De La Cafrerle, 1719, reprint, 18x21 LF, Drawer #3
  6. Map of the Texas, Topolobampo & Pacific Railroad & Telegraph Co., Albert Von Motz, 1883 24x32 LF, Drawer #3
  7. Humble Oil & Refinery Co. Map of US and Mexico, Gulf Coast Territory #33288, HPDE 6137, 33x34 LF, Drawer #3
  8. Historic Forts of the West and Trails, American Revolution Bicentennial, 1976, 22x35 LF, Drawer #3
  9. Standard Highway Mileage Charts, 3 copies, not a map, 15 1/2x36 LF, Drawer #3
  10. American Airlines System Map, 10x23 ½
  11. The World, Rand McNalley, 13 ½ x20 LF, Drawer #3
  12. Map of Vera Cruz & Isthmus R.R. Booklet, c. 1908, 14 ½ x27 LF, Drawer #3
  13. Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta, Canada, 18x18
  14. Carolina, 1690, Reproduction, 17x17

Sleeved

  • Map of Mexico including Yucatan & Upper California Exhibiting the Chief Cities and Towns, the Principal Travelling Routes, etc. Derby & Miller, 1851 (1847). sleeved 2 1/2 x 28 MAP-LS, Drawer #7

Encapsulated

  • Carte Contenant le Royaume du Mexique et la Floride, Chatelain, 1718 (Texas Highways) Reproduction, encapsulated, 20x24 MAP-EN
  • Messico ovvero Nuova Spagnache contiene If Nuovo Messico la California Zatta, 1785 (Texas Highways) Reproduction, encapsulated, 20x24 MAP-EN

Rolled

  • Iceland-Greenland, 1961. Gift of JEH 1985, rolled MAP-R
  • Siberia - 1961, Gift of JEH 1985, rolled MAP-R
  • Southern South America, 1961. Gift of JEH, 1985 rolled MAP-R
  • Australia-New Zealand, 1961. Gift of JEH, 1985, rolled MAP-R
  • Alaska - 1961. Gift of JEH, 198, rolled MAP-R

12. Rubini Collection

A set of 21 maps donated by Dr. Rubini and appraised in 1982 at $6,745.00 by Joel Fletcher, Lafayette LA. Filed as MAP-LF-Drawer #8 in the Metal Map File and in the large Gray Box in the Haley Archives Room.

  1. Profile of Rocky Mountains ca. 1850, some repairs, generally fair condition. Rolled in large box 10x90.
  2. As above, Torn piece to be repaired, otherwise in generally good condition. Rolled in large box 10x90.
  3. Profile of Passes Cajon, San Fracisquito, San Gorgonio, Warners, some damage, piece missing otherwise in good
    condition. 31 ½ x22 ½
  4. Profile of Passes, Walkers, Hum-pah-ya-mup, Tah-ee-chay-pah, New and San Fernando, damaged, piece missing.
    29 ½ x20 ½
  5. Route of a Survey from the Pimas Villages on the Rio Gila to Mesilla on the Rio Bravo Del Norte with a view to
    determine the practicability of a Railroad from the Mississippi to the Pacific Ocean through that Region, made by Lt.
    Jno. G. Parks, Corps of Eng. Under orders from the Hon. Jefferson Davis, Sect. Of War, 1854, drawn by H. Custer,
    Asst. Lithographed by Bien and Sterner, 90 Fulton St., New York. A superb and important map. Tape stains and
    repairs but in generally good condition. Rolled in large box. 28x67 ½
  6. Map of the Survey for the Pacific Railroad near the 32nd Parallel between the Grande & Red River. Made under the
    orders of the Hon. Jefferson Davis, Sect. of War, by Capt. Jno. Pope, Topo. Engrs. Assisted by Lt. K. Garrard, 1st
    Dragoons, 185. Drawn by Theo H. Oehleschlager, a superb and important map. Repairs, slight staining, but
    generally good condition. 34 ½ x80.
  7. Sketch Showing Newly Discovered Springs, Prepared by Capt. John Pope. Topo, Engrs. 1858 (in ink) 8x11
  8. Mexico & Guatemala, engraved by J.H. Young, original hand coloring, excellent condition, 9 ½ x 12 ½
  9. Mexico & Guatemala, published by Thomas Cowperthwait & Co., No. 253 Market Street, Philadelphia, 1850.
    Some damage to the margins, otherwise in excellent condition . 13 ½ x17
  10. Map No. 1, Reconnaissance and Survey of a Railway Route from Mississippi River near 35th Parallel north Lat. To
    Pacific Ocean Made under the direction of the Sect. Of War by Lt. W. W. Whipple, T. Eng. Assisted by Lt. J.C. Ives,
    Top. Engr. and A. H. Campbell, Civ. Eng, 1853-4. Superb map, tape stains but generally in good condition. Rolled
    in large box. 29 ½ x82 ½
  11. U.S. Coast Survey. A.D. Bache Supt. Preliminary Chart of the Entrance to Matagorda Bay, Texas. Triangulation
    by S.A. Gilbert, Asst. Topography by S.A. Gilbert, Assist W. H Dennis and M. Seaton Sub-Assist. Hydrography
    by the parties under command of Lts. J.C. Febiger and J. K. Duer, U.S.N. Assists, USCS, 1860. Port Lavaca and
    Indianola shown, ship wrecks located. In very good condition,.22x30
  12. U.S. Coast Survey, A.D. Bache, Supt. Sketch I, Showing the progress of the Survey in Section No. 9, 1848-55,
    1855, Excellent condition, 10 ½ x23
  13. Texas. As She Originally Was; As She Claimed To Be; and As She Actually Was at the Date of Her Annexation,
    ca. 1855. Very interesting small map, excellent condition, 7 ½ x12 ½
  14. U.S. Coast Survey, A.D. Bache Supt. Sketch I showing the progress of the Survey in Section No. 9, 1848 to 1851,
    some repairs but generally in very good condition. 7 ½ x12 ½
  15. Johnson’s Texas Published by A.J. Johnson, New York, 1866, Original hand coloring, excellent condition. Sleeved,
    17x23
  16. U.S. Geological Survey, Copano Bay, Texas. From Coast Survey Chart, Thirteenth Annual Report, PL. XLIII,
    George S. Harris & Sons, Lithographers, Philadelphia, Excellent Condition, 6x9
  17. U.S. Coast Survey, A.D. Bache Supt., Sketch I, Showing the Progress of the survey in Section 9, 1848-1852,
    Excellent C0nditin, 8x11
  18. Preliminary Chart No. 31 of the Sea Coast of the United States from Galveston Bay to Matagorda Bay Texas, From
    a Trigonometrical Survey under the direction of the Supt. of the Survey of the Coast of the United States.
    Published in 1857, Excellent Condition. 20x36 ½
  19. A Map of the United States of Mexico as organized and defined by the several acts of the Congress of the Republic,
    Constructed from a great variety of Printed and Manuscript Documents by H.S. Tanner, Second edition, 1834.
    Original hand coloring. missing upper right corner, lower border, some restoration work. A scarce and important
    map with many interesting details. 17 ½ x 28 ½
  20. U.S coast Survey. Benjamin Pierce Supt., Sketch I, Showing the progress of the Survey in Section No. IX, from
    1848-1871, published in 1871. Some repairs, generally good condition. 17 ½ x21 ½
  21. No. 13. Map of the State of Texas. Engraved to illustrate Mitchell’s School and family Geography, published in
    1846 by Augustus S. Mitchell in Pennsylvania, Original hand coloring, very good condition. 8x101/2

13. RNM Map Collection

  • RNM-Vert-1 (Legal size vertical file in box)
  • RNM-SF-1 (18x24)
    RNM-MF-1 (20x30)
  • RNM-LF-1 (24x36)
  • RNM-MSS (original mss maps mounted with Mylar cover)

VERTICAL file

NM- Lincoln NM, 1878, RNM, 1962, photocopies, 8 ½ x11 RNM-Vert-1
NM- List of Locations to Accompany RNM Maps w/ several photocopies of maps,
8 ½ x 11
RNM-Vert-2
NM- Fort Sumner, (from early map), 8 ½ x11 RNM-Vert-3
NM- Portion of sectional map showing Lincoln, Fort Stanton, nd, 5 ½ x 14 RNM-Vert-4
NM- Southern Colorado & Northern N. Mexico, showing William Blackmore's land grant
interests. Traced from 1876 map made by Blackmore, 8 ½ x 11
RNM-Vert-5
NM- Map of Lincoln County (1878?), John Boylan, nd, glossy reproduction, not titled,
on reverse "Keleher, William A., Violence in Lincoln County, 1869-1881,(1957),
used as end papers of the books, 8x10
RNM-Vert-6
NM- Mescalero Apache Indian Reservation, 1930, W.H. Walling, 8/8/1930, 7 ½ x 9 ½ RNM-Vert-7
NM- Santa Fe & Vicinity, cut from Conoco Hwy. map, nd, 7 ½ x 9 RNM-Vert-8
.NM- Map of the Mesilla Valley, small map; clipped from magazine, 4x5 ½ RNM-Vert-9
NM- Area around Cloudcroft, small map clipped from magazine, 5x6 RNM-Vert-10
NM- Lincoln Area, Section 29-TWP 9S-Range 16E, Section numbers added in
red ink, nd, 8 ½ x 14
RNM-Vert-11
AZ- Tombstone. Topo Map of Tombstone mining District and Richmond
Townsite & Water Works, Pima County, A.T. S.M. Mills, 1879, 8 ½ x11
RNM-Vert-12
AZ- Tombstone. OK Corral Vicinity, RNM, 1961, 6 copies, 9x11 RNM-Vert-13
AZ- Tombstone. Directory of Historical & Famous spots in and around Tombstone
(tourist), 9 ½ x24
RNM-Vert-14
AZ- "Arizona's Lost Country of Pah-Ute, 1865-1871", comp. and drawn by Don Bufkin,
nd, 8 ½ x 11
RNM-Vert-15
AZ- "The Colorado River Delta", Don Bufkin, 1976, shows part of Arizona, through
Mexico to Gulf of California, 8 ½ x 11
RNM-Vert-16
AZ- Routes of Early Explorers, Arizona. Edward M. Barr; source: "Arizona, It's People &
Resources" U. of Arizona, Press, 1960, 8x10
RNM-Vert-17
AZ- First Survey Map of Cochise Co., describing area adjacent to Tombstone, Arizona,
portion of ...by John A. Rockfellow; published by Tombstone Restoration Commission,
nd, 7 ½ x 9
RNM-Vert-18
AZ- Tombstone Area mines, in 4 parts, nd, 8 ½ x 11 and smaller RNM-Vert-19
AZ- "Prescott, Arizona, 1976", black and white xerox copy from unidentified sketch,
nd, 8 ½ x 14
RNM-Vert-20
MIL- "Sketch of the Probable Route of March of General Kearney's Army...from
Rio Grande to "Santa Rita Copper Mines, in October 1846." George Ruhlen,
July 5, 1955, 9x11
RNM-Vert-21
TX- Small portion cut from a hwy. map, Fort Davis, Van Horn, Alpine area, typewritten
notes by RNM, 9x10
RNM-Vert-22
TX- Texas map from an 1873 Atlas, Newspaper clipping , 8x22 RNM-Vert-23
TX- Colton's new map of the State of Texas, 1883, (Presidio Co. from a larger map), shows
Fort Davis area, 8 ½ x 11
RNM-Vert-24
TX- Sketch map of Texas Panhandle Area, copied from map used in TEXAS by Wm.
Kennedy, 1925 (reprint), in pencil: by Alexander Lee Rand, 1827, 9 x 10 ½
RNM-Vert-25
TX- Frontier of the Fifties, Cisceros, typo by Hertzog, 5 ½ x 8 ½ RNM-Vert-26
GEN- Map of Goldfield, Esmeralda County, Nevada, by John Hagel; plat map with
advertisements, 8 ½ x 13
RNM-Vert-27
GEN- Western Territories in the Forties...principal routes of Exploration, np. nd, 8 ½ x 13 RNM-Vert-28
GEN- Ohio map, 1822, by Luke Drury, 8 1/2 x 9 ½ RNM-Vert-29
HWY- Small portion of hwy. map showing Lordsburg, Silver City, Truth or Consequences, etc.
ink notes, Warm Springs, Alamo Old Trail Battle, etc., 7x10
RNM-Vert-30
NM- Lincoln, 1955, RNM, 1 neg 6x13; 1 photo print 7 ½ x 12; 3 photocopies RNM-Vert-31
AZ- Chiricahua National Monument folder, 8 ½ x 18 RNM-Vert-32

Small folders

NM- Lincoln. Photocopies of RNM Lincoln Maps, various sizes RNM-SF-1 – Box #5
NM- Lincoln County Locations, John Boylan, 9 ½ x12 ½ RNM-SF-2– Box #5
NM- Lincoln. Map of Chaves, Lincoln & Eddy Counties, NM, 1901, #62, 3 copies, 17x19 RNM-SF-3– Box #5
NM- Lincoln NM Prior to 1878, Lola M. McCall , printed, 13x24 RNM-SF-4– Box #5
NM- Lincoln NM July 19, 1878, Three Day Battle, RNM, 1955 (a different version that
#4 above) 12x21 ½ - 3 copies;12x 24 ½, blueprint; 8x14 film negative,
9x11 film negative
RNM-SF-5– Box #5
NM- Lincoln. Principal Roads …traveled by Billy the Kid, RNM, 1955, 4 Photo prints;
7 photocopies, 4 film negatives, 11x14
RNM-SF-6– Box #5
NM- Lincoln County, general hwy. map, New Mexico State Hwy. Dept. 1954, pencil notations
. 2 copies, 20x31
RNM-SF-7– Box #5
NM- Lincoln County & Vicinity, 1869 to 1879, glossy reproduction, both dates added in ink,
11x13
RNM-SF-8– Box #5
NM- Lincoln Area, mss map, 8 ½ x 14 RNM-SF-9– Box #5
NM- Bonito, Ruidoso, Hondo, Penasco Rivers and Principal trails, tracing by RNM.
14x23 ½
RNM-SF-10– Box #5
NM- Mescalero Apache of Ft. Stanton Indian Reservation, nd, glossy reproduction,
11 ½ x 13 ½
RNM-SF-11– Box #5
NM- TWP 16S- Range 17E, of N.M. Principal Meridian, March 31, 1877, Surveyor General's
Office, in ink: "Penasco R. (East)", Photostat, 16x20
RNM-SF-12– Box #5
NM- Fractional TWP 16S-Range 16E., March 1877, Surveyor General's Office,
In ink: "Penasco R. (West)", 17x20
RNM-SF-13– Box #5
NM- "Course of Rio Feliz. Survey made for Jas. J. Dolan, March 1886," shows area east of
16x20
RNM-SF-14– Box #5
NM- Birdseye View of Las Vegas, NM, C.S. San Miquel County NM, 1882,
pub. J.J. Stoner, Madison , Wisc. photocopy, w/ overlay 18x23
RNM-SF-15– Box #5
NM-AZ- Johnson’s Hobby Map (SW NM & AZ) Fred E. Johnson, Mining Engineer, 1959
(Hidalgo sheet) p, 8-9, the Southwesterner, newsprint, 15 ½ x22 ½
RNM-SF-16– Box #5
NM- Historical Trails through N.M. NM State Tourist Bureau, 1951, 17x22 RNM-SF-17– Box #5
NM- Ghost Town Map of NM, Lucian A. File, 1964, p.10-11, The Southwestern,
(NM, Northern 1.4) newsprint, 15 ½ x22 ½
RNM-SF-18– Box #5
AZ- Tombstone. Historical Folder of Tombstone, Ariz. w/ business directory,
map by C.M. Palmer, 1951, 4 copies, printed 2 sides, 14x17
RNM-SF-19– Box #5
AZ- Tombstone, 1882, Terr. Of Ariz. Don Bufkin, 4 copies, printed, 14 ½ x20 ½ RNM-SF-20– Box #5
AZ- Tombstone, Ariz. w/ adv. and other data for tourists, printed, 2 sides, 2 copies, 14x17 RNM-SF-21– Box #5
AZ Tombstone, Then and Now Folder w/ map c. 1944 (with notations by
Stuart Lake, 1956), 12x18
RNM-SF-22– Box #5
AZ- Tombstone Map & Guide, C.M. Palmer, 1958 (tourist), 16x21 RNM-SF-23– Box #5
AZ- Tombstone Vicinity & San Pedro River Mills, Don Bufkin, 11x15 RNM-SF-24– Box #5
AZ- "The Pimeria Alta of Padre Kino", comp., by Rev. Charles W. Polzer, S.J., drawn by
Don Bufkin, nd, shows location of churches in Arizona & Mexico, 11x16
RNM-SF-25– Box #5
AZ- Arizona maps, Negative Photostat, c. 1900, 2 sheets, #1= Cochise, Santa Cruz.
#2= Pinal, Pima, Maricoba 11 ½ x 15
RNM-SF-26– Box #5
TX- Plat of town of El Paso, Anson Mills, Surveyor, Jan-Feb 1859, 20 ½ x 17 ½ RNM-SF-27– Box #5
MIL- Map of the Country between the Frontiers of Arkansas and New Mexico.
Capt Marcy, 1849, printed 1975 by New Mexico State University 17x22
RNM-SF-28– Box #5
MIL- "A Touched-up Copy of A War Department Map of 1867, FDR", 10 ½ x 11 RNM-SF-29– Box #5
MIL- Map of Military Reconnaissance of the Rio Pecos (as far as the Bosque Grande)
under the command of Bvt. Captain Henry B. Judd, 3rd Artillery, surveyed &
drawn by Richard H. Kern, 1850, reproduction, 13x16
RNM-SF-30– Box #5
MIL- Old Territory & Military Dept. of New Mexico, War Dept. 1859, partially revised
corrected to 1867, 15x22
RNM-SF-31– Box #5
GEN- Lenea Divisoria Entre Mexico Y Los Estados Unidos, 1852, Jose Salazar Ilaregui..
(Photolithographic copy of Salazar Larregui's Original Mexican Sheet No.29.
Commission of 1853-55. Accepted and Adopted by both the United States and Mexico)
Label: Gadsden Treaty Boundary Dispute, El Paso Area, Mexican Version of Map.
16x23
RNM-SF-32– Box #5
GEN- Oklahoma Frontier Forts, Posts, & Trails of Indian Territory, State Hwy. Planning Survey
Dept., nd, 11x16
RNM-SF-33– Box #5
GEN- The Chisum Trail. Roswell Map Co. nd, 7 ½ x 16 RNM-SF-34– Box #5
GEN- "The National Forest", by Elizabeth S. Wallace, article in the Rand McNally Road
Map Atlas of 1969, only 8 pp. 11x15
RNM-SF-35– Box #5
GEN- El Paso Natural Gas Co. Pipeline Systems, 1959, 15 ½ x22 RNM-SF-36– Box #5
AZ- Trails of Conquest Spanish Arizona, 1536-1821, R.K. Wyllys & Geo. M. Avey,
9x13 ½
RNM-SF-37– Box #5
GEN- U.S. Telegraph Lines in CA, AZ, NM, TX, 1878-79, U.S. Signal Corps Report,
photocopies, 2- 8 ½ x 14 ; 1- 11x17
RNM-SF-38– Box #5

Medium Folders (Temporary file in Haley Archives Room)

NM- Lincoln, NM, Lincoln County War Period, RNM, 1950 (and copyright application),
9 copies blueprint, and several photocopies, 11x36 ½
RNM-MF-1
NM- Lincoln NM, July 19, 1878, Three Day Battle, RNM, 1954, 2 blueprints, 12x46 ½,
8x18 Photostat (see important note on reverse side), Photostat, 6x23
RNM-MF-2

NM- Fort Sumner. Set of six items from the War Department, Office of Chief of Engineers,
Fortification File, Fort Sumner New Mexico (all are Photostats)

A. Map of a Part of the reservation for Navajo Indians at Fort Sumner, NM, Gen. Carleton,
Capt. Shinn, Dr. 142, Sheet 47, RG 77. 1-neg, 3 pos, 17 ½ x21,.
B. Plan of Fort Sumner, NM ( 4 pos, 1-neg) 18x21
C. Fort Sumner, Indian Corral, 11x18
D. Fort Sumner, Chapel, 18x23
E. Fort Sumner, Officer Qtrs, Hosp, QM Corral, 16x23
F. Fort Sumner, View from the East Side, 16x20

RNM-MF-3
NM- A Map of the “Gold Camp” Dona Ana County, NM, USA, not to scale, T.S. Cronk,
M.E. Jan. 1900 or 1905, blueprint, faded, 28x35 ½
RNM-MF-4
NM- New Mexico, c.1880 Photostat, one positive and one negative, El Paso is shown as
Franklin, “This map after 1881”, 18x24 ½
RNM-MF-5
NM- Birdseye View of Las Vegas, NM, 1882, J.J. Stoner 23 ½ x 18 RNM-MF-6
NM- Tunstall Ranch Location, TWP 15S-R17E, Surveyor General's Office, Henry Atkinson,
“Feliz Gorman”, Photostat, March 17, 1884, 18x23
RNM-MF-7
NM- Middle Pecos Country, Los Colonias to Bosque Grande, F. Meredith Jones, 1888,
2 sheets, Photostats, 17 ½ x 23
RNM-MF-8
NM- Profile Map - Rio Penasco, from Pecos River to Mile 45, USGS, 1939, 3 sheets, 22x28 RNM-MF-9
NM- Map of the Country near Fort Stanton, NM, shows route of Capt. Ewell's march, 1854,
War Dept, nd, 18x21
RNM-MF-10
NM- Rio Grande & Pecos Valleys (Southern Sections) 1865, from Nat'l Archives,
Photostat, 17x21 ½
RNM-MF-11
NM- Southwestern New Mexico, 1883, published by Office of Chief of Engineers, Photostat,
in two pieces, 17x22
RNM-MF-12
NM- A.Z. Huggins Map of New Mexico, published by N.M. Stock & Agricultural Assoc., 1876,
Photostat, 18x24
RNM-MF-13
NM- TWP 15S-R17E & 18E, Surveyor General's Office, March 17, 1884, in ink: "Feliz River",
“Feliz Dolan” and right half in Photostat, 16x24
RNM-MF-14
NM- Lincoln Placita, 1867, Photostat, John A. Clark, T9S, R16E, 18x23 RNM-MF-15
AZ- Tombstone. Tombstone AZ, circa 1881-82, c. 1971 John D. Gilcriese,
Research by RNM, Cartography by Steve Bahre, 6 copies, 20x26
RNM-MF-16
AZ- Tombstone, Arizona Territory, c. 1881-82, c. 1971, John D. Gilcriese, based on RNM
1916 sketch w/ 250 locations cited, mounted on board, 20x23 ½
(filed at bottom of this file)
RNM-MF-16A
AZ- Tombstone, A.T., Business Section, May 1882. From original sketch, 1916 (RNM),
copyright applied for 1950 by R.N. Mullin, Toledo, Ohio
4 copies – 16 ½ x 24 blueprints
4 copies – 16 ½ x 24 printed with legend on back (213 locations cited)
RNM-MF-17
AZ- Tombstone, AZ, a 3 sheet set of Sanborn Maps covering Tombstone, August 1882,
very detailed photocopy, 18x24 ½
RNM-MF-18
AZ-NM. Early Missions, Ruins & Pueblos in AZ and NM, 1929, Arthur Clark,
by Earle A. Forrest & Max Mayer (from a book), 9 ½ x 27
RNM-MF-19
AZ- Map of Tucson, 1862, by John B. Mills for Major D. Ferguson, 1st Cav. C.V.,
first map of Tucson, 2 copies, 17x25
RNM-MF-20
AZ- "Map of the City of Tucson, Arizona", Sanborn & Publishing Co. 1883, Facsimile for
Valley Nat'l Bank, (14, Feb 1962),
RNM-MF-21
AZ- Arizona & New Mexico after 1881, numerous pencil notes, Photostat, and right half of
same, 23x32
RNM-MF-22
GEN- Map of the Butterfield Overland Mail Route, Sheet #1, R.C. Conkling, 1947,
2 copies one in negative and one in positive, 18x20
RNM-MF-23
GEN- New Map of the United States of America, J.H. Young, 1856, Rand McNally,
Reproduction, 1956, 4 copies, 17x27 ½
RNM-MF-24
GEN- View of Chicago Harbor & Central Area, 1856, drawing detail of Palmatary's Pictorial
map of Chicago, Poster issued for Aldis & Co. with permission of Chicago
Historical Society. 20x28
RNM-MF-25
GEN- American Heritage Series: The New World, 1600, 18 ½ x23 RNM-MF-26
GEN- American Heritage Series: The Dutch Dream of American Empire, 1635, 18 ½ x23 RNM-MF-27
GEN- American Heritage Series; New France, 1745, 18 ½ x23 RNM-MF-28
GEN- American Heritage Series: The Oldest Map of the New World, 1508, 18 ½ x23 RNM-MF-29
GEN- American Heritage Series: A New & Correct Map of the US of North America, 1784,
18 ½ x23
RNM-MF-30
MIL- Map of the Military Dept. of New Mexico, drawn by Capt. Allen Anderson, 1864,
published by Horn & Wallace, nd 18x25
RNM-MF-31
MIL- Ft. Stanton Area, 1876, upper sheet, US Military Map, RG 75-232, 18x25 ½ RNM-MF-32
MIL- Ft. Stanton Area, 1876, lower sheet, US Military Map, RG 75-232, 18x25 ½ RNM-MF-33
HWY- Official Road Map of New Mexico, New Mexico State Hwy. Dept. 1951 16 ½ x 20 ½ RNM-MF-34
HWY- Official Road Map of New Mexico, New Mexico State Hwy. Dept. 1968 17x22 RNM-MF-35
HWY- Official Road Map of New Mexico, New Mexico State Hwy. Dept. 1970 18x32 RNM-MF-36
HWY- Road Map of New Mexico, Chevron Oil Co., 1966 18x27 RNM-MF-37
HWY- Road Map of New Mexico, Chevron Oil Co., 1968 18x27 RNM-MF-38
HWY- Highway Map of New Mexico, Phillips 66, 1962 18x27 RNM-MF-39
HWY- Santa Fe Street and Vicinity Map, 1971 16x27 RNM-MF-40

Large Folders

TX- El Paso, Down Town El Paso, Locations Involved in the Selman Story, 1894-1896,
by RNM, 1952. tracing and blueprint, 21 x 29 ½
RNM-LF-1 – drawer #5
NM- Lincoln. Map of Lincoln County, NM, compliments of Lincoln County Abstract,
22x23, 17 ½ x18 ½
RNM-LF-2– drawer #5
NM- Lincoln as of 1908, from Sheet #19, Hondo Hydrographic Survey of 1908,
Roswell Map and Blueprint, R.T. West Draftsman, 1949, w/ notations, 28x42
RNM-LF-3– drawer #5
NM- Lincoln as of 1908, from Sheet #19, Hondo Hydrographic Survey of 1908,
Roswell Map and Blueprint, R.T. West Draftsman, 1950, 42x56
RNM-LF-4– drawer #5
NM- Map of part of Rio Felix, blueprint, faded, 16x41 ½ RNM-LF-5– drawer #5
NM- Otero County, NM –Alamagordo, 20x22 ½ RNM-LF-6– drawer #5
NM- Ghost Town Map of NM, Lucien A. File, 1968, NM Dept. of Dev., 23x29 RNM-LF-7– drawer #5
NM- State of New Mexico, NM State Highway Dept., 1963, 33x37 RNM-LF-8– drawer #5
NM- State of New Mexico, 1936, Dept. of Interior with many notations, 34x40 RNM-LF-9– drawer #5
NM- Topo: Carlsbad, New Mexico, Texas, edition 1-AMS, Army Map Service, RNM-LF-10– drawer #5
2-1957 24x34
NM- Topo: Roswell, New Mexico, edition 1-AMS, Army Map Service, 1-1957 24x34 RNM-LF-11– drawer #5
NM- Recreation Map of Lincoln Nat'l Forest, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture,
Forest Service, 1959 21x32
RNM-LF-12– drawer #5
AZ- State of Arizona, Dept. of Interior, 1933, 32x37 RNM-LF-13– drawer #5
TX- Map of Red River with its Bayous & Lakes in the Vicinity of the Raft, Chas. A.
Fuller, 1855, 24x47
RNM-LF-14– drawer #5
AZ- Tucson, AZ Territory, 1880, Don Bufkin, AZ pioneers Hist. Society, 1962,
28 ½ x 21 ½
RNM-LF-15– drawer #5
AZ- Tombstone, no title, RNM, brown print, 21x30 RNM-LF-16– drawer #5

R.N.Mullins MSS Maps

Filed on top of cabinets in one gray box and a large folder.
These were mounted on board with mylar overlay for display

AZ- Tombstone A.T. Business Section, May 1882, from original sketch 1916, by R.N. Mullin,
Toledo, Ohio, Copyright applied for 1950, mss, 17x 25, (Also a folder containing one blueprint, a printed copy and seven ozalid or photocopies.)
RNM-MSS-1
AZ- Tombstone Business District, (untitled), mss, 13x21 RNM-MSS-2
TX- Down Town El Paso, Locations Involved in the Selman Story, 1894-1896.
R.N. Mullin, 1952, mss, 20x28
RNM-MSS-3
TX- Down Town El Paso, Locations Involved in the Selman Story, 1894-1896.
R.N. Mullin, 1952, blueprint, 11x14
RNM-MSS-4
TX- Sender & Siegenborn, Keesey's Saloon, sketch of two buildings,
prob. In El Paso, mss, 4 x17
RNM-MSS-5
NM- San Augustine Ranch, Gold Camp, Organ Area. Four mss sketches, (a) Centered on San Adreas Mtn. 4½ x11
(b) Shows Organ Mtns, Gold Camp, Garret Ranch house, etc. 9½x11
(c) Goat Mtn. to Mineral Hill, Gold Camp in center 7½x9
(d) Goat Mtn. to Cox Ranch House, 7½x10½
RNM-MSS-6
NM- Lincoln New Mexico, July 19, 1878, Showing Principal Locations Involved in the
"Three Day Battle" Prepared by and Copyright by R.N. Mullin, mss, 12x47
RNM-MSS-7
NM- Lincoln New Mexico, July 19, 1878 Showing Principal Locations Involved in the
"Three Day Battle", Prepared by and copyright by R.M. Mullin, 1956, mss, 12x23 ½.
RNM-MSS-8
NM- Lincoln New Mexico, Lincoln County War Period, Prepared and Copyright by
R.N. Mullin, 1950, blueprint with notes, 11x36½
RNM-MSS-9
NM- Principal Ranch Locations, LCW. N.M. Area, blueprint, 19x23½ RNM-MSS-10
NM- Lincoln County Courthouse, April 1881, Copyright R.N. Mullin, 1962. mss, 6½ x11 RNM-MSS-11
NM- Central part of Lincoln, Copyright R.N. Mullin, 1962 (no title) McSween and
Tunstall Buildings, mss, 9x13
RNM-MSS-12
NM- Lincoln N.M. Area, 1878, Copyright R.N. Mullin 1962, mss, 13½x17 RNM-MSS-13
NM- Fort Sumner New Mexico, 1881, Copyright R.N. Mullin, upper right ¼ missing,
mss, 8x10 ½
RNM-MSS-14
NM- Principal Roads and Trails involved in the travels of Billy the Kid, Copyright 1965,
R.N. Mullin, mss, 8½x13
RNM-MSS-15
NM- Pete Maxwell's Place (no title) showing Old Dance Hall, R.N. Mullin, 1916,
Red mold on lower part, mss, 9x11
RNM-MSS-16
NM- Central Lincoln ,NM. (untitled),mss, 1962, 11½x17 RNM-MSS-17
NM- Portion of Lincoln, showing Wortley Corral and Stanley House in two pieces,
mss,8½x 8
RNM-MSS-18
NM- Untitled sketch of Lincoln with notes, blueprint, 10½x27½ RNM-MSS-19
NM- Lincoln County Area , 1879, mss, 8½x 11 RNM-MSS-20
NM- Penasco River with notes, mss, 8x10½ RNM-MSS-21
NM- General Getty's Map of Ft. Sumner, tracing, mss, 6x10 RNM-MSS-22
NM- "Floor Plan of Old Court House, Lincoln, NM.", A tracing of undated drawing signed
T.H. (Apparently after conversion but before jail was built in rear and stairs added to
front. RNM) 13x17
RNM-MSS-23

14. CWW Collection Rolled Maps and Aerial Photo

  1. TX- West Portion of Reeves County, Land ownership map, brown print rolled, 35x85
  2. CO- Topographic Map of Mesa Verde National Park, Montezuma County Colorado,
    1:31,250, rolled, 31.5x44
  3. TX- Topo/geological Map of portion of Culberson County, rolled, 31x34
  4. TX- Land Ownership Map, Loving and N. Reeves Counties, 1953 blueprint, rolled, 35x58
  5. Military- Mackenzie Map. Good print, 35x37
  6. TX- N. Loving and Reeves Counties, Land ownership, torn, 35x--
  7. TX- Parts of Texas, Mexico and New Mexico, Scouted by Lt. Col. Shafter,
    24th Inf. 1875-6, x65
  8. Items from the CWW Collection: (See if they match a previous inventory)
  9. Set of blueprints. Proposed Addition to the Residence of M/M Clayton Williams, Sr.,
    1981, Walter Pate. 7 sheets, 24x36
  10. Williams Genealogy Chart, blueprint, 24x36
  11. Historians and Prospectors Map of Texas, Harley and Vera Smith, 1975, 22x29
  12. West Wing of Texas, Original (by CWW), 24x36
  13. Reconnaissance of Routes from San Antonio de Bexar (to) El Paso Del Norte,
    by Lt. Col Johnston, and others, 1849, incl. the Reconnaissance of Lt. Whiting,
    1849. 8 brown prints (7 w/ Potions of 1869 Journal Lt. Col. Thomas Hunt. 24x25
  14. Plat of some portion of Ft. Stockton, 30x46
  15. Base Map Copied from Military Map of the Rio Grande Frontier, by Capt. Livermore, 1883,
    Known as "Grierson's Map", linen. 20x28
  16. Map showing Texas River Drainage systems, somewhat damaged at edges, 34x38
    Texas, General Land Office, 1959, Shows elevations of County seats and some
    Pioneer trails,.32x34
  17. Mackenzie Map. blueprint, very good condition, 41x43
  18. Pecos County, a portion of in North part of County, Land Ownership Map. 45x56
  19. Ownership Map I.H.10 Around Fort Stockton, blueprint, 110x37
  20. Ownership Map Pecos County, 1963, 52x67
  21. Pecos County Map showing Block and Section Numbers and Oil Fields, 35x41
  22. Negative of Abell Fields, Pecos County, 24x32
  23. Map of Pecos County, Imperial Irrigation system, blueprint, by Waldo Williams, 21x49
    Tracing and blueprint shows, Goodaugh Ridge, Lichenthaler Ridge, Slater Ridge,
    Rosebud Flat and Property Owners, 30x46
  24. Aerial Photo- DWQ-2-KK-33, 11-18-68, 24x24
  25. Aerial Photo- DWQ-2-KK-35, 11-18-68, 24x24
  26. Aerial Photo- DWQ-1-KK-130 11-18-68, 24x24
  27. Aerial Photo- DWQ-2AA-50, 12-4-59, 27x28
  28. Aerial Photo- DWQ-2AA-204, 12-4-59, 27x28
  29. Aerial Photo- DWQ-3KK-26, 11-28-68, 38x38
  30. Aerial Photo- DWQ-3KK,28, 11-28-68, 38x38
  31. Aerial Photo- DWQ-1KK-128, 11-18-68, 24x24
  32. Aerial Photo- GS-CK-36-110, Photo of Oregon Ranch. Neg and photo Print, Soil Conservation
    Map USDA, Clayton Williams Farm #216,7-16-56, First Union,
    Approx., 8,417 acres, 17x27

15. DLT Maps

A. The Flat File (MAP-LF)

  1. AZ- Arizona Frontier Military Camps and Forts, 1970, Stephen Bahre, 19x24 MAP-LF, Drawer #8
  2. NM- Map of the Military Department of New Mexico. 1864, Gen Carleton, Series I, Vol XI, XLVIII. Horn & Wallace, 18x25 MAP-LF, Drawer #8
  3. AZ- Tombstone, 1882, Don Bufkin, 20.5x14 ½ MAP-LF, Drawer #8
  4. MO- Department of the Missouri, 1881, photocopy, 18x28 MAP-LF, Drawer #8
  5. AZ- Parts of Eastern and Southeastern Arizona, Western.....,Expeditions of 1871 & 1873, Lt. Wheeler, photocopy, one positive and one negative copy, 18x24 MAP-LF, Drawer #8
  6. MX- Official Map of the State of Sonora, Mexico, 1885, Chas. E. Herbert, 17x25 MAP-LF, Drawer #8
  7. NM- New Mexico (portion) Scouts of Macomb (1857), Simpson (1849), Scouts since 1872,
    map dated 1875, photocopy, 18x28 MAP-LF, Drawer #8
  8. NM- Southwestern New Mexico, Trace No.52, 1882, photocopy, 18x28 MAP-LF, Drawer #8
  9. NM- District of New Mexico,1875, Lt. Morrison, (north half), one negative and one positive
    copy, photocopy, 18x28 MAP-LF, Drawer #8
  10. US-MX- Boundary of the United States and Mexico, International Boundary Commission, 1889,
    photocopy, 14x22 MAP-LF, Drawer #8
  11. AZ- Arizona, Scout made by apt. Mason, 1872. (portion west of Prescott, photoprint
    and photocopy, 14x23 MAP-LF, Drawer #8
  12. AZ- Map of Arizona Territory, Gen. Willcox, 1879. photocopy, one negative and
    one positive, 18x24 MAP-LF, Drawer #8

B. The Full inventory from the Dan L. Thrapp Collection

DLT - SERIES XI - MAPS

(Three file boxes with Collection)

SUB-SERIES A - NAUTICAL CHARTS (filed in long tube)

  • Cabo Deseado to Isla Moir - 36x54
  • Chile, Channels between Golfo Trinidad & Estrecho de Magallanes - 36x53
  • Chile, Corral Bay and Rio Valdivia - 30 x 42
  • Coast of Chile, Caldera to Valparaiso - 30x42
  • Eastern Entrance to Strait of Magellan- 36x54
  • Magellan Strait to Cape Horn - 35x46
  • Magellan Strait to Islas Ildefonso - 35x46
  • Punta Galera to Golfo de Penas - 30x48
  • Strait of Magellan, Punta Delgado to Punta Arenas - 54x36
  • Valparaiso to Valdivia (Chile) - 34x46

SUB-SERIES B - LAND MAPS (filed in long tube)

  • Bolivia - Four maps - 30x39

SUB-SERIES C - MISC. MAPS: (filed in long box)

  • General Chart of Alaska, Sheldon Jackson Reindeer Report, 1903 - 40x28
  • General Plan of Plymouth and Dock, 1814, photocopy - 25x32
  • George Hand's Tucson, 1870-1880 - 30x30
  • Grand Canyon National Park, West half - 1:48,000, 192745x41
  • Grand Canyon National Park, East half - 1:48,000, 1927, 45x41
  • Pencil tracing of Anza-Borrego State Park, Calif. - 26x33
  • Pioneer Trails, 1541-1867, B.V. Terry, 1972, pub. by Varna - 37x45
  • Portion of Apache-Sitgreaves Nat. Forest, AZ, s. of Holbrook, n. of Ft. Apache Ind. Res. - 1934, 32x55
  • Yuma County, Arizona, 1964 - 24x36
  • North American Indian Languages, C.F. & F.M. Voeglinl, 1966, 52x63

All DLT topo maps have been moved to the common Map Files

SUB-SERIES D - 15 MINUTE TOPO MAPS
SUB-SERIES E - 7.5 MINUTE TOPO MAPS
SUB-SERIES F - 1:250,000 TOPO MAPS

SUB-SERIES G - SERIES OF EARLY AMERICAN MAPS: Brown Univ, Providence, R.I. - 19x25 (filed flat in small folder)

SUB-SERIES H - MISC. MAPS (filed in flat box with topos)

  • Boston, Its Environs and Harbour with the Rebels Works (photocopy)
  • Britain in the Dark Ages, South Portion, 25x34
  • British Isles, London, Geographia, 29x40
  • Chihuahua (Mexico), 1:1000 000 scale
  • Cleveland National Forest, Trabuco District
  • The Course of the Delaware River (photocopy)
  • Drainage Map of Arizona Showing ..streams ...wetlands
  • Gila National Forest, North Half
  • Gila National Forest, South Half
  • Great Forest Region, Routes of Emin Pasha Relief Expedition, Henry M. Stanley, 23x31, portion missing, fragile
  • Solway Firth (Great Britain)
  • Sonora (Mexico), 1:1000 000 scale
  • South Polar Chart, 27x35, #1240, London, 1927
  • Tonto National Forest, North Half
  • Topographical Map of Country traversed by the command of General George Crook...1883 (photocopy)
  • World Aeronautical Charts: Sonora River (471)
  • Santiago Mts (470)
  • CG-19 (Arizona-New Mexico)

SUB-SERIES I - STATE MAPS

  • Alabama
  • Alaska
  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • District of Columbia
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Hawaii
  • Idaho
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Kentucky
  • Louisiana
  • Maine
  • Maryland
  • Massachusets
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Mississippi
  • Missouri
  • Montana
  • Nebraska
  • Nevada
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • New Mexico
  • New York
  • North Carolina
  • North Dakota
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon
  • Pennsylvania
  • Rhode Island
  • South Carolina
  • South Dakota
  • Tennessee
  • Texas
  • Utah
  • Vermont
  • Virginia
  • Washington
  • West Virginia
  • Wisconsin
  • Wyoming

SUB-SERIES J - MULTI-STATE MAPS

  • Alabama-Georgia
  • Arizona-Colorado-Nevada-Utah-Wyoming
  • Arizona-New Mexico
  • Arizona-New Mexico-Colorado-Utah-Wyoming
  • Arkansas-Louisiana-Mississippi
  • California-Nevada-Arizona-New Mexico
  • California-Nevada-Arizona-Utah
  • Central United States
  • Connecticut-Massachusetts-Rhode Island
  • Dakotas-Idaho-Montana-Wyoming
  • Eastern States-North
  • East Texas-Oklahoma-New Mexico-West Texas
  • Eastern United States
  • Gulf States
  • Idaho-Montana
  • Iowa-Missouri-Kansas-Nebraska
  • Kansas-Nebraska
  • Kansas-Oklahoma
  • Kentucky-Tennessee
  • Massachusetts-Connecticut-Rhode Island
  • Nevada-Utah-Colorado
  • Nevada-Utah-Idaho
  • New Hampshire-Vermont
  • New Jersey-Pennsylvania
  • North Dakota-South Dakota
  • Northern New England:Maine-New Hampshire-Vermont
  • Oklahoma-Texas
  • Oregon-Idaho-Montana
  • Oregon-Washington
  • Pacific Coast States
  • Pennsylvania-Delaware-Maryland-Virginia-West Virginia
  • Pennsylvania-New Jersey
  • Southern New England:Connecticut-Massachusetts-Rhode Island
  • Southeastern States
  • Southwestern United States
  • Texas-Oklahoma-New Mexico
  • United States
  • Virginia-West Virginia-Maryland-Delaware
  • Washington-Idaho-Montana
  • Washington-Oregon
  • Western United States

SUB-SERIES K - U.S. CITY/COUNTY MAPS

  • Atlanta
  • Atlantic City
  • Barton County, Kansas
  • Boston
  • Cambridge (Mass)
  • Chicago
  • Columbus
  • Denver
  • Flagstaff, Arizona
  • Fort Lauderdale
  • Great Bend, Kansas
  • Great Falls (Mont)
  • Hartford
  • Helena, Montana
  • Kansas City
  • Madison, Wisc.
  • Memphis
  • Minneapolis-St. Paul
  • New Orleans
  • New York
  • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • Phoenix
  • Pittsburgh
  • Portsmouth New Hampshire
  • Prescott, Arizona
  • San Antonio
  • Silver City, N.M.
  • Silver Springs (Fla)
  • Tombstone, Arizona
  • Tucson
  • UCLA campus
  • White Pine County, Nevada

SUB-SERIES L - CALIFORNIA CITY/COUNTY MAPS

  • East Bay Cities (city)
  • Imperial County
  • Kern County
  • Long Beach (city)
  • Los Angeles (city)
  • Los Angeles-Orange Counties
  • Orange County
  • Riverside County
  • Riverside-San Bernardino (city)
  • San Bernardino County
  • San Bernardino Mountain Area
  • San Diego (city)
  • San Diego County
  • San Fernando Valley (city)
  • San Francisco (city)
  • San Gabriel Valley (city)
  • San Jose (city)
  • San Luis Obispo County
  • Santa Barbara County
  • Tulare County
  • Ventura County
  • Whittier (city)

SUB-SERIES M - FOREIGN COUNTRIES

  • Argentina
  • Canada
  • Chile
  • China
  • Egypt
  • England and Wales
  • Greece
  • Holy Land
  • Italy
  • Mexico
  • New Zealand
  • Saipan
  • Saudia Arabia
  • Scotland
  • Switzerland
  • Tahiti

SUB-SERIES N - PARKS/MONUMENTS/etc.

  • Crater Lake National Park
  • Death Valley National Monument
  • Glacier National Park
  • Indian Country (Arizona-New Mexico-Utah-Colorado)
  • Joshua Tree National Monument Olympic National Park
  • Lake Mead
  • Mesa Verde National Park
  • Mid-Continent Region, Geological Highway map
  • Olympic National Park
  • Rocky Mountain National Park
  • Sequoia and Kings Canyon
  • Sequoia National Park
  • Southern Rocky Mountain Region Geological Highway map
  • U.S. Recreational Map (Wilderness Society)
  • Yellowstone National Park
  • Yosemite National Park

SUB-SERIES O - TOPOGRAPHIC MAP INDEXES (Moved to general Maps Collection)

  • Arizona
  • New Mexico
  • Southern California
  • United States

SUB-SERIES P - MISCELLANEOUS

SUB-SERIES Q - NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAPS

These maps have been moved to the common NGS map collection in the west room of the Library

16. JEH Highway Map File

see JEH, Series VII - City and State Highway Maps (File Box in Haley Room)

Amarillo
Dallas
New York City
Atlanta, Georgia
Cincinnati, Ohio

Vilas County, Wisconsin

Lincoln National Forest, Sacramento Mountains
Glacier National Park

Alabama-Georgia
Arkansas-Louisiana-Mississippi
Central & Western United States
Colorado
Colorado-Wyoming
Eastern United States
Georgia
Georgia, North and South Carolina
Illinois
Indiana
Interstate Highway Guide
Iowa
Kansas
Kansas-Nebraska
Kansas-Oklahoma
Kentucky-Oklahoma
Louisiana
Michigan
Michigan-Ohio-Kentucky
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana-Wyoming
Nebraska
North Dakota
Ohio-Michigan
Oklahoma-Kansas
Oklahoma-Texas
Scenic-Land, USA
Southwest
Texas
Utah
Western United States
Western-Central United States
Wisconsin

17. Highway Maps

A. General - State Highway Maps (Oil Company)

  • Multi-State (3)
  • Highway Map. Shamrock County, (9 states), 1976 Edition, 25 ½ x 29 ½ MAP-LF, Drawer #6
  • Highway map. Western United States Tourguide Map, Northwestern and
  • Southwestern, 18x35 MAP-LF, Drawer #6
  • No attempt was made to itemize these maps.
  • Arizona (7) MAP-LF, Drawer #6
  • Arizona-NW Mexico (6) incl. one of 1926 MAP-LF, Drawer #6
  • New Mexico (9) MAP-LF, Drawer #6
  • Oklahoma (15) MAP-LF, Drawer #6
  • Old Mexico (3) MAP-LF, Drawer #6
  • Texas (20) MAP-LF, Drawer #6
  • Texas with notations by JEH. (2) MAP-LF, Drawer #6
  • California (1) MAP-LF, Drawer #6
  • Marion Co., Tenn. Highway Map, 1960 (2) Gift of JEH - 1985, rolled, MAP-LR

18. Aerial Photographs and Aeronautical Charts

A. Aerial Photos (NASA)

  • Fort Stockton Region    MAP-BX #8
  • Pecos Region    MAP-BX #8

These two have highways and town marked  - Second from Bottom Drawer

B. Aerial Photographs (USDA)

These images are by the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Production and Marketing Administration and/or the Agricultural Adjustment Administration.  The general county images are dated on the left indicating the date the photo was taken and then each county falls under a three letter code (DBB, CUX). The larger photos indicate the specific location of each of the smaller images (100 or more).

County Photos are generally 20x24 in size and their scale is 1:20,000

  • Borden County Texas, four photos, Sections 1-4, Oct. 1941, Symbol CUY    MAP-BX #8
  • Scurry County Texas, four photos, Sections 1-4. Dec. 1940. Symbol CRL    MAP-BX #8
  • Hansford County Texas, Section 4 only, Feb. 1942, Symbol DBB    MAP-BX #8
  • Hutchinson County Texas, Sections 1 & 2 only, Feb. 1942, Symbol DAW    MAP-BX #8
  • Gray County Texas, Section 1 only, Jan 1953,  Symbol DAQ,2    MAP-BX #8
  • Ochiltree County Texas, Section 3 only, Dec. 1941, Symbol DBO    MAP-BX #8
  • Baily County Texas, Section 1 only, Mar. 1953, Symbol CUX    MAP-BX #8

Smaller photos are generally 15 ¾  x 16 ¾ and their scale is not shown.

Date and symbol

  • 12-16-41, DBD-2C-34 MAP-BX #8
  • 5-11-43, DAG-2C-50 MAP-BX #8
  • 1-12-42, DAW-4C-117 MAP-BX #8
  • 12-30-41,DBB-2C-16 MAP-BX #8
  • 12-30-41, DBB-2C-14 MAP-BX #8
  • 1-12-42, DAW-5C-30 MAP-BX #8
  • 12-30-41, DBB-1C-44 MAP-BX #8
  • 5-11-43, DAG-2C-54 MAP-BX #8
  • 5-11-43, DAG-2C-92 MAP-BX #8
  • 12-30-41, DBB-1C-42 MAP-BX #8
  • 5-11-43, DAG-2C-56 MAP-BX #8
  • 5-1-43, DAG-2C-52 MAP-BX #8
  • 5-11-43, DAG-2C-94 MAP-BX #8
  • 12-16-41, DBD-2C-32 MAP-BX #8
  • 1-12-42, DAW-4C-103 MAP-BX #8

C. Aerial Photos of Midland

  • Aerial Map of Midland, Texas, Muldrow Aerial Survey, 27x28 MAP-BX #8
  • Aerial Image of Midland, Texas, 20x24 MAP-BX #8

D. Aeronautical Charts

World Aeronautical Chart, Estacado Plain, #406, 1966, 22x29 MAP-BX #9

Sectional Aeronautical Charts, 1:500.000
(Information printed on back. Chart on one side)

  • San Antonio (O-5), 1950, 23 ½ x46 MAP-BX #9
  • Douglas (P-3), 1948, 23x49 ½ MAP-BX #9
  • Dallas, (Q-5), 1949, 23x48 ½ MAP-BX #9
  • Del Rio, (O-4), 1949, 23x45 ½ MAP-BX #9
  • Shreveport (Q-6), 1950, 23x48 MAP-BX #9
  • Tulsa (S-6), 1951, 23x46 MAP-BX #9
  • Albuquerque, (R-4), 1948, 23x47 MAP-BX #9
  • Austin (P-5), 1952, 23x49 MAP-BX #9
  • Corpus Christi (N-5), 1947, 23x48 MAP-BX #9
  • Beaumont (P-6), 1949, 23x49 MAP-BX #9
  • El Paso (P-4), 1949, 23x49 MAP-BX #9
  • Phoenix (Q-3), 1949, 23x48 MAP-BX #9
  • Oklahoma City (R-5), 1947, 23x47 MAP-BX #9
  • Trinidad (S-4), 1950, 23x46 MAP-BX #9
  • Wichita (S-5), 1952, 23x45 MAP-BX #9
  • Roswell (Q-4), 1949, 23x48 MAP-BX #9

Locate this map in place Sectional Aeronautical Chart, Del Rio, 1956. 24x46

Sectional Aeronautical Charts, 1:500,000
(Evidently a new series, chart on both sides)

  • Albuquerque, 1977, 21x59 MAP-BX #9
  • El Paso, 1978, 21x54 ½ MAP-BX #9
  • Phoenix, 1977, 21x59 MAP-BX #9
  • Los Angeles, 1977, 21x55 MAP-BX #9

Operational Navigation Charts, 1:1,000,000
(This set marked as RNM Collection)

  • ONC-G-18, Edition 4, 41 ½ x57 MAP-BX #9
  • ONC-H-22, Edition 5, 41x57 MAP-BX #9
  • ONC-G-19, Edition 3, 41x57 MAP-BX #9
  • ONC-G-19, Edition 10, 41x57 MAP-BX #9
  • ONC-H-22, Edition 9, 41x5 MAP-BX #9

19. National Geographic Society Map Collection

National Geographic Magazine is in fact the monthly report of the National Geographic Society and has held the interest and fascination of it's reader-members since 1888.

The Library has combined the collections of J. Evetts Haley and Clayton Williams and Jim Bradshaw for create a "long run" collection covering the years of 1909 to 1973.  Available shelf space prevents us from completing the collection to date.  Some duplicate issues from Williams and all of the Thrapp issues are in storage.

We have 97 of the "One Hundred Best Special Numbers" as listed by Buxbaum.

The map and pictorial supplements have been filed separately.  The collection has 152 of the 235 maps issued from 1889 to 1970 and 21 of the 34 pictorials issued between 1903 and 1957.  The pictorials include five by N.C. Wyeth.

The files for the map and pictorial supplements have been set up as a complete file so that additional items may be readily filed as located.  There is a "missing" list at the end of this inventory.

An inventory showing the source of each issue, map and supplement has been prepared.  Portions of Edwin Buxbaum's "Collector's Guide to The National Geographic Magazine" are included giving detailed descriptions of the maps and pictorials.

Part One - NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAPS - INDEX - 1888-1970

1-1889- Oct: Asheville District.
2-1892- Feb 19: Voyages of Bering.
3-1892- Mar 21: Muir Glacier
4-1892- Mar 31: United States.
5-1893- Apr 7: Nuremburg Chronicle Map, 1493.
6-1893- Apr 7: Juan de la Cosa Map, 1500.
7-1893- Apr 7: Ruysch Map, 1508.
8-1896- Jan: Russia in Europe.
9-1896- Feb: The Orinoco River.
10-1896- Mar: Submarine Cables of the World.
11-1896- Oct: Nansen Explorations.
12-1898- Mar: The Gold and Coal Fields of Alaska.
13-1898- May: Cuba.
14-1899- Jun: Theater of Military Operations in Luzon.
15-1899- Jul: Region Adjacent to the Nicaragua Canal Route.
16-1899- Aug: South Polar Regions.
17-1899- Nov: Vancouver's Chart No. 1.
18-1899- Nov: Vancouver's Chart No. 2.
19-1899- Dec: Seat of War in Africa.
20-1900- Jan: Philippine Islands as the Geographical Center of the Far East
21-1900- Sep: Northeastern China
22-1902- Jan: The Philippines
23-1903- Feb: Pilot Chart of the North Atlantic Ocean for February 1903
24-1904- Jan: Alaskan Boundary Decision.
25-1904- Mar: War Map of Manchuria and Korea.
26-1904- May: Alaska.
27-1905- Feb: Chart of the World on Mercator's Projection.
28-1905- Jun: Seat of War in Manchuria.
29-1905- Aug: Philippine Islands.
30-1905- Oct: Location of the Panama Canal.
31-1906- Jun: Cotidal Lines for the World.
32-1906- Aug: South America.
33-1906- Oct: Cuba.
34-1907- Jul: North Pole Regions.
35-1909- Mar: Africa.
36-1911- May: Mexico.
37-1912- Jan: Countries Bordering the Mediterranean Sea.
38-1912- Oct: China and its Territories.
39-1913- Feb: Central America, Cuba, Puerto Rico and the Islands of the Caribbean Sea.
40-1914- Feb: Alaska.
41-1914- May: Mexico.
42-1914- Aug: The New Balkan States and Central Europe.
43-1915- Jul: Europe and Adjoining Portions of Africa and Asia.
44-1916- Jul: Mexico.
45-1918- May: Western Theater of War.
46-1918- Dec: The Races of Europe.
47-1921- Feb: Europe Showing Countries as Established by the Peace Conference of Paris.
48-1921- May: Asia and Adjoining Europe with a Portion of Africa.
49-1921- Oct: South America.
50-1921- Dec: Mandatory Areas in the Pacific.
51-1922- Feb: Countries of the Caribbean including Mexico, Central America, the West Indies and the Panama Canal.
52-1922- Oct: Africa.
53-1922- Dec: World.
54-1923- Apr: United States.
55-1924- May: North America.
56-1925- Nov: The Arctic Regions.
57-1926- Sep: North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Eastern Tennessee.
58-1927- Feb: Maryland, Delaware, and the District of Columbia.
59-1928- Nov: Map of Discovery (Eastern Hemisphere)
60-1929- Jan: Map of Discovery (Western Hemisphere)
61-1929- Dec: Europe.
62-1930- Jan: Florida.
63-1930- Apr: Louisiana.
64-1931- May: Illinois.
65-1932- Jan: Travels of George Washington.
66-1932- Oct: Antarctic Regions.
67-1932- Dec: World.
68-1933- May: United States.
69-1933- Nov: Photographic Aerial map of New York City.
70-1933- Dec: Asia.
71-1934- Dec: Mexico, Central America and the West Indies.
72-1935- Jun: Africa.
73-1935- Dec: World.
74-1936- Jun: Canada.
75-1936- Dec: Pacific Ocean.
76-1937- Jun: Modern Pilgrim's Map of the British Isles.
77-1937- Jul: White Mountains of New Hampshire.
78-1937- Dec: South America.
79-1938- Apr: Europe and the Mediterranean.
80-1938- Jul: Historic and Scenic Reaches of the Nation's Capital.
81-1938- Dec: Bible Lands and the Cradle of Western Civilization.
82-1939- Apr: Reaches of New York City.
83-1939- Jul: Atlantic Ocean.
84-1939- Oct: Central Europe and the Mediterranean.
85-1939- Dec: Mexico, Central America and the West Indies.
86-1940- Mar: Classical Lands of the Mediterranean.
87-1940- May: Europe and the Near East.
88-1940- Jun: Southwestern United States.
89-1940- Dec: United States.
90-1941- Mar: Indian Ocean including Australia, New Zealand and Malaysia.
91-1941- Jun: Northwestern United States and Neighboring Canadian Provinces.
92-1941- Sep: Atlantic Ocean.
93-1941- Dec: World.
94-1942- Feb: Theater of War in the Pacific Ocean.
95-1942- May: North America.
96-1942- Jul: Theater of War in Europe, Africa and Western Asia.
97-1942- Oct: South America.
98-1942- Dec: Asia.
99-1943- Feb: Africa.
100-1943- Apr: Northern and Southern Hemispheres.
101-1943- Jun: Europe and the Near East.
102-1943- Sep: Pacific Ocean and the Bay of Bengal.
103-1943- Dec: World.
104-1944- Apr: Japan and Adjacent Regions of Asia aand the Pacific Ocean.
105-1944- Jul: Germany and its Approaches.
106-1944- Oct: Southeast Asia and Pacific Island from the Indies and the Philippines to the Solomons.
107-1944- Dec: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (Russia).
108-1945- Mar: The Philippines.
109-1945- Jun: China.
110-1945- Sep: Northeastern United States.
111-1945- Dec: Japan and Korea.
112-1946- Feb: Northern Hemisphere.
113-1946- Apr: India and Burma.
114-1946- Jul: United States of America.
115-1946- Dec: Bible Lands and the Cradle of Western Civilization.
116-1947- Feb: Southeastern United States.
117-1947- Jun: Canada, Alaska and Greenland.
118-1947- Oct: Countries of the Caribbean.
119-1947- Dec: South Central United States.
120-1948- Mar: Australia.
121-1948- Jun: North Central United States.
122-1948- Sep: Washington (D.C.).
123-1948- Dec: Southwestern United States.
124-1949- Apr: British Isles.
125-1949- Jun: Europe and the Near East.
126-1949- Oct: Top of the World.
127-1949- Dec: Classical Lands of the Mediterranean.
128-1950- Mar: Africa.
129-1950- Jun: Northwestern United States and Neighboring Canadian Provinces.
130-1950- Oct: South America.
131-1950- Dec: Western Europe.
132-1951- Mar: Asia and Adjacent Areas.
133-1951- Jun: United States.
134-1951- Sep: Central Europe.
135-1951- Dec: The World.
136-1952- Jan: North America.
137-1952- Jun: Southwest Asia.
138-1952- Sep: Far East.
139-1952- Dec: Pacific Ocean.
140-1953- Mar: Mexico and Central America.
141-1953- Jun: United States, Historical Map.
142-1953- Oct: China Coast and Korea.
143-1953- Dec: Great Lakes Region.
144-1954- Mar: West Indies.
145-1954- Jun: California.
146-1954- Aug: Northern Europe.
147-1954- Dec: Northern Africa.
148-1955- Mar: Eastern South America.
149-1955- Jun: New England.
150-1955- Sep: Southeast Asia.
151-1955- Dec: Atlantic Ocean.
152-1956- Apr: Washington (D.C.) Area.
153-1956- Jun: Alaska.
154-1956- Sep: United States.
155-1956- Dec: Bible Lands.
156-1957- Mar: The World.
157-1957- Jun: Europe.
158-1957- Sep: Antarctica.
159-1957- Dec: Map of the Heavens.

ATLAS MAPS

Indicated by Atlas Plate #. Other supplements will not have the Plate numbers.

160-1958- Jan: Southeastern United States (#8)
161-1958- Mar: Southern South America (#28)
162-1958- May: National Parks (#13)
163-1958- Jul: British Isles (#31)
164-1958- Sep: Poland and Czechoslovakia (#38)
165-1958- Nov: North Central United States (#9)
166-1958- Dec: Greece and the Aegean (#40)
167-1959- Jan: Eastern Mediterranean (#47)
168-1959- Apr: Northeastern United States (#6)
169-1959- Jun: Germany (#35)
170-1959- Jul: Alaska (#18)
171-1959- Sep: Western Soviet Union (#45)
172-1959- Nov: Southwestern United States (#12)
173-1959- Dec: Asia and Adjacent Areas (#44)
174-1960- Feb: South America (#25)
175-1960- Apr: Northwestern United States (#11)
176-1960- Jun: France, Belgium and the Netherlands (#32)
177-1960- Jul: Hawaii (#15)
178-1960- Sep: Africa (#54)
179-1960- Nov: The World (#2)
180-1960- Dec: Japan and Korea (#51)
181-1960- Dec: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, (not issued as a supplement)
182-1961- Feb: South Central United States (#10)
183-1961- Apr: Battlefields of the Civil War (#14)
184-1961- May: Southeast Asia (#49)
185-1961- Jul: United States (#5)
186-1961- Oct: Mexico and Central America (#22)
187-1961- Nov: Italy (#37)
188-1961- Dec: Canada (#19)
189-1962- Feb: The Balkans (#39)
190-1962- Apr: The Pacific Ocean (#61)
191-1962- Jun: Europe (#30)
192-1962- Aug: Washington to Boston (#7)
193-1962- Sep: Eastern South America (#27)
194-1962- Nov: Southern Africa (#57)
195-1962- Dec: West Indies (#23)
196-1963- Feb: Antarctica (#65)
197-1963- Apr: Scandinavia (#34)
198-1963- May: Southwest Asia (#48)
199-1963- Jul: Central Canada (#24)
200-1963- Sep: Australia (#59)
201-1963- Oct: Countries of the Nile (#56)
202-1963- Dec: Holy Land Today (#52)
203-1964- Feb: Northwestern South America (#26)
204-1964- Apr: North America (#17)
205-1964- May: Shakespeare's Britain
206-1964- Jul: Greater New York, Tourist Manhattan, (#15)
207-1964- Nov: China (#50)
208-1964- Dec: Suburban and Tourist Washington, (#21)
209-1965- Jan: Viet Nam.
210-1965- Feb: The World.
211-1965- Mar: Spain and Portugal (#33)
212-1965- May: The Nile Valley (#58)
213-1965- Sep: Switzerland, Austria and Northern Italy (#36)
214-1965- Nov: Top of the World (#3)
215-1966- May: California. (#68 and #69)
216-1966- Jul: Vacationlands.
217-1966- Aug: Northwestern Africa (#55)
218-1966- Sep: Western Canada (#21)
219-1967- Feb: Viet Nam, Cambodia, Laos and Thailand.
220-1967- Mar: Eastern Soviet Union (#46)
221-1967- May: Eastern Canada
222-1967- Oct: Indian Ocean Floor.
223-1967- Dec: Lands of the Bible Today.
224-1968- Feb: The United States.
225-1968- Jun: Atlantic Ocean, Atlantic Ocean Floor (#62)
226-1968- Oct: Archeological Map of Middle America.
227-1968- Dec: Southeast Asia.
228-1969- Feb: The Earth's Moon.
229-1969- Feb: The Heavens (not issued as a supplement)
230-1969- Jun: Europe.
231-1069- Oct: Pacific Ocean-Pacific Ocean Floor.
232-1970- Jan: West Indies and Central America.
233-1970- Jun: A Traveler's Map of Italy.
234-1970- Aug: The Heavens.
235-1970- Dec: The World.

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC PICTORIAL SUPPLEMENTS - 1903-1958

Some supplements were not issued with the magazine as supplements and are not listed here. See material from "Collector's Guide to the National Geographic magazine by Edwin C. Buxbaum for complete descriptions.

1-1903- Nov: Wrangell Mountains, Alaska
2-1911- Apr: The Hour of Prayer: In the Sahara Desert
3-1911- Jun: Our Mountain Panorama
4-1911- Dec: The Palms (Trees)
5-1912- Feb: Birds-Eye View of the Panama Canal
6-1912- May: Majesty of the Matterhorm
7-1912- Dec: Lure of the Frozen Desert
8-1913- Apr: Ruins of an Ancient Inca Capital, Machu Picchu
9-1913- May: The Monarch of the Canadian Rockies-Robson Peak
10-1913- Jul: Doe and Twin Fawns
11-1915- Mar: Mall; Washington, D.C.
12-1915- Mar: Ultimate Washington
13-1916- Mar: Lhasa-The Mecca of the Buddhist Faith
14-1916- Apr: Oldest Living Thing (General Sherman Tree)
15-1916- May: Greatest Achievement of Ancient Man in America, the Fortress Sacsahuaman, Peru
16-1916- Nov: Alaska Brown Bear
17-1917- Aug: Babes in the Woods (Bears)
18-1918- Feb: Awe-Inspiring Spectacle of the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes
19-1921- Jan: The Argosy of Geography (Sailing Ship)
20-1921- Aug: Hark (Deer)
21-1923- Feb: The Great Wall of China
22-1923- Sep: Peasant Home in Corsica
23-1926- May: Boyhood of Sir Walter Raleigh
24-1927- Nov: Vasco da Gama at the Court of the Zamorin of Calicut
25-1928- Mar: The Discoverer (N.C. Wyeth)
26-1928- May: Commander Byrd at the North Pole (N.C. Wyeth)
27-1928- Jul: Caravels of Columbus (N.C. Wyeth)
28-1928- Sep: Fate Directs the Faltering Footsteps of Columbus
29-1928- Nov: Map of Discovery (Eastern Hemisphere)(N.C. Wyeth)
30-1929- Jan: Map of Discovery (Western Hemisphere)(N.C. Wyeth)
31-1936- May: Curvature of the Earth
32-1938- Jan: Ships of the Centuries
33-1952- Jan: The Adoration of the Magi
34-1957- Nov: Mayflower II

Part Two - Maps, Pictorials and "Best Issues" missing from our Collection:

Missing from the NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAPS - 1888-1970

1-1889- Oct: Asheville District.
2-1892- Feb 19: Voyages of Bering.
3-1892- Mar 21: Muir Glacier
4-1892- Mar 31: United States.
5-1893- Apr 7: Nuremburg Chronicle Map, 1493.
6-1893- Apr 7: Juan de la Cosa Map, 1500.
7-1893- Apr 7: Ruysch Map, 1508.
8-1896- Jan: Russia in Europe.
9-1896- Feb: The Orinoco River.
10-1896- Mar: Submarine Cables of the World.
11-1896- Oct: Nansen Explorations.
12-1898- Mar: The Gold and Coal Fields of Alaska.
13-1898- May: Cuba.
14-1899- Jun: Theater of Military Operations in Luzon.
15-1899- Jul: Region Adjacent to the Nicaragua Canal Route.
16-1899- Aug: South Polar Regions.
17-1899- Nov: Vancouver's Chart No. 1.
18-1899- Nov: Vancouver's Chart No. 2.
19-1899- Dec: Seat of War in Africa.
20-1900- Jan: Philippine Islands as the Geographical Center of the Far East
21-1900- Sep: Northeastern China
22-1902- Jan: The Philippines
23-1903- Feb: Pilot Chart of the North Atlantic Ocean for February 1903
24-1904- Jan: Alaskan Boundary Decision.
25-1904- Mar: War Map of Manchuria and Korea.
26-1904- May: Alaska.
27-1905- Feb: Chart of the World on Mercator's Projection.
28-1905- Jun: Seat of War in Manchuria.
29-1905- Aug: Philippine Islands.
30-1905- Oct: Location of the Panama Canal.
31-1906- Jun: Cotidal Lines for the World.
32-1906- Aug: South America.
33-1906- Oct: Cuba.
34-1907- Jul: North Pole Regions.
35-1909- Mar: Africa.
36-1911- May: Mexico.
37-1912- Jan: Countries Bordering the Mediterranean Sea.
38-1912- Oct: China and its Territories.
39-1913- Feb: Central America, Cuba, Puerto Rico and the Islands of the Caribbean Sea.
41-1914- May: Mexico.
42-1914- Aug: The New Balkan States and Central Europe.
43-1915- Jul: Europe and Adjoining Portions of Africa and Asia.
44-1916- Jul: Mexico.
45-1918- May: Western Theater of War.
46-1918- Dec: The Races of Europe.
47-1921- Feb: Europe Showing Countries as Established by the Peace Conference of Paris.
48-1921- May: Asia and Adjoining Europe with a Portion of Africa.
49-1921- Oct: South America.
50-1921- Dec: Mandatory Areas in the Pacific.
51-1922- Feb: Countries of the Caribbean including Mexico, Central America, the West Indies and the Panama Canal.
52-1922- Oct: Africa.
54-1923- Apr: United States.
55-1924- May: North America.
56-1925- Nov: The Arctic Regions.
58-1927- Feb: Maryland, Delaware, and the District of Columbia.
59-1928- Nov: Map of Discovery (Eastern Hemisphere)
60-1929- Jan: Map of Discovery (Western Hemisphere)
67-1932- Dec: World.
68-1933- May: United States.
69-1933- Nov: Photographic Aerial map of New York City.
71-1934- Dec: Mexico, Central America and the West Indies.
72-1935- Jun: Africa.
73-1935- Dec: World.
78-1937- Dec: South America.
79-1938- Apr: Europe and the Mediterranean.
85-1939- Dec: Mexico, Central America and the West Indies.
86-1940- Mar: Classical Lands of the Mediterranean.
89-1940- Dec: United States.
95-1942- May: North America.
98-1942- Dec: Asia.
99-1943- Feb: Africa.
103-1943- Dec: World.
181-1960- Dec: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, (not issued as a supplement)
198-1963- May: Southwest Asia (#48)
201-1963- Oct: Countries of the Nile (#56)
203-1964- Feb: Northwestern South America (#26)
204-1964- Apr: North America (#17)
207-1964- Nov: China (#50)
210-1965- Feb: The World.
221-1967- May: Eastern Canada
229-1969- Feb: The Heavens (not issued as a supplement)
233-1970- Jun: A Traveler's Map of Italy.
234-1970- Aug: The Heavens.

Missing from the NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC PICTORIAL SUPPLEMENTS -1903-1958

1-1903- Nov: Wrangell Mountains, Alaska
3-1911- Jun: Our Mountain Panorama
4-1911- Dec: The Palms (Trees)
5-1912- Feb: Birds-Eye View of the Panama Canal
7-1912- Dec: Lure of the Frozen Desert
8-1913- Apr: Ruins of an Ancient Inca Capital, Machu Picchu
12-1915- Mar: Ultimate Washington
14-1916- Apr: Oldest Living Thing (General Sherman Tree)
17-1917- Aug: Babes in the Woods (Bears)
22-1923- Sep: Peasant Home in Corsica
23-1926- May: Boyhood of Sir Walter Raleigh
24-1927- Nov: Vasco da Gama at the Court of the Zamorin of Calicut
28-1928- Sep: Fate Directs the Faltering Footsteps of Columbus

Missing from the SHORT TITLE LIST OF ONE HUNDRED BEST SPECIAL NUMBERS

1.1911-Jul: Reptiles of All Lands
12-1915-Aug: American Game Birds
49-1941-Dec: Working Dogs