'Compiled by C. A. Liddell, U.S. Mineral Surveyor, Tonopah, Nevada, from surveys by Sherwin, Giles and Liddell.' Published between 1908-1913? Scale [ca. 1:7,200]. 1 in. equals 600 feet. Map printed on linen.
At bottom right of map: 'C.D. Baker, A.R. Thompson.' Title in lower right corner: 'Map of Searchlight mining district: mineral patents, water rights.' Logo of Nevada Engineering Construction Service, Inc., Las Vegas, Nev. in lower right corner. Blueline print. Shows mineral patents and water rights. Nevada Engineering & Construction Service, Inc.
'Compiled and published by Booker & Bradford, engineers, Tonopah, Nevada.' 'Copyrighted by Booker & Bradford 1902.' 'Lith. Britton & Rey, S.F., Cal.' Relief shown by hachures. Includes insets of Ray Mining District, Nye County, Nevada, and Vicinity map of Tonopah Mining District, Nye County, Nevada. Includes advertisements and photographs of Tonopah ore, town of Tonopah, and of J.L. Butler, discoverer of the Mizpah Lode. Scale [ca. 1:7,200]. 1 inch to 600 feet. Mounted on linen.
Shows right of way of what now is Interstate 95 through what is now Clark County, Nevada. 'Aug. 10, 1905.' 'Adopted as toll road of Nevada Rapid Transit Company at meeting of Board of Directors of said company Aug. 25th, 1905. Attest W.H. Comstock, secretary, J. Ross Clark, president.' 'Book I, page 3'--Lower right corner. '... No. ... Recorded at ... [signed] J. Ross Clark ... September 1st A.D. 1905 at 40 ... past 8 A.M. to Book of Platts, Pages ... Lincoln Co. Nev. Record ... [signed] Henry Lee ...'--upper right portion of map. Seal of the Nevada Rapid Transit Company in lower left portion of map. Scale [ca. 126,720]. 1 in.=2 miles 1 map. Blueline print.
'G. F. Becker, geologist-in-charge. Julius Bien & Co. lith. Mapping and geology by J. S. Curtis.' 'U.S. Geological Survey. Annual report 1883, pl. XXXIII.' Published by U.S. Geological Survey. Scale [ca. 1:2,400] 1 in.=200 feet. Library's copy has "Nev." printed in pencil in upper right corner.
'Map of Lincoln County, Nevada. Compiled by H.E. Freudenthal from official surveys. Copyright, 1908, by H.E. Freudenthal.' Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Shows range and township grid. Shows towns, railroads, proposed railroads, wagon roads and springs. Scale [ca. 1:380,160]. 1 in. to approx. 6 miles (W 116°--W 114°/N 39°--N 35°).
'Las Vegas is the main division headquarters of San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake Ry. The gateway to Nevada's richest mining section. 336 miles from Los Angeles. 444 miles from Salt Lake City.' Second copy available in the J.T. McWilliams manuscript collection.
'Compiled by C. D. Baker, C.E., United States Mineral Surveyor, State Right Water Surveyor, Nevada. Las Vegas, Nev. January 1, 1929. Copyright applied for.' ; "Filed Dec. 10, 1936" and signed by Viola Burns, clerk, city of Las Vegas ; Hand-printed title at top of map: Proposed annexation to Las Vegas ; Map is stamped as Filed Dec 10, 1936 and signed by Las Vegas City Clerk Viola Burns. Library's copy has brown line hand-drawn around area to be annexed.
'U.S. Geological Survey, George Otis Smith, Director.' 'R.U. Goode, Geographer in charge. Triangulation by U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. Topography by W.J. Peters. Surveyed in 1902-1903.' 'Edition of Mar. 1904, reprinted Apr. 1910.' Oriented with north toward the upper left. Relief shown by contours and hachures. Scale 1:12,000 (W 117°14´--W 117°12´/N 38°05´--N 38°03´)