42 x 30 cm., fold. to 23 x 11 cm. Relief shown by hachures. Copyright: George S. Clason. "Compliments of D. Mackinzie & Company Incorporated, Mine Operators and Commission Brokers, Goldfield, Nevada." Company's locations in Goldfield and in Greenwater, California, are marked with red circles on the map. Includes index. Shows railroad routes. Original publisher: Clason Map Co..
'By C.R. Longwell, E.H. Pampeyan, and Ben Bowyer.' 'Prepared cooperatively by the U.S. Geological Survey.' 'Topographic base from Army Map Service Kingman (1947) and Las Vegas (1953) two-degree quadrangle. More recent editions were published after geological compilation and are used on Plate 2.' 'Geology compiled 1955 with revisions and additons to 1964.' At top of map: 'Nevada Bureau of Mines. Bulletin 62, Plate 1.' Published by Williams & Heintz Map Corp. Scale 1:250,000. Bulletin (Nevada Bureau of Mines)62. Relief shown by contours and spot heights. Includes two index maps and eight cross-sections.
Title in upper left and right margins: Las Vegas, Nevada. Identifies business tenants in the downtown area and includes property valuations, measurements, addresses, etc. Cadastral map. Oriented with north to the lower right.Text, illustrations, aerial photos, and ancillary map of the Las Vegas Strip on verso. Cataloger has determined date of map to be between 1952 and 1955 because the Sahara and the Sands Casinos are shown on the verso of the map, and they both opened in 1952, but the Riviera and the Dunes opened in 1955, and they are not shown on the map. Also, the Hotel Last Frontier is shown on the verso of the map, and its name was changed to New Frontier in 1955. Note: Many of the property names and addresses are erroneous when compared to Las Vegas business directories from the same period.
'Compiled by G.E. Bailey, E.M. Issued under the auspices of the the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce and the supervision of its mining committee, Dan Murphy, H.Z. Osborne, Geo. W. Parsons, F.W. Braun, O.P. Posey, 1905.' 'A carefully prepared and authentic map of the desert mining region tributary of Los Angeles, embracing portions of Lincoln, Nye and Esmeralda counties, Nevada, showing location of all water supplies.' At top of page: 'Desert map. California-Nevada'. 'Miner's guide. Springs and waterholes.' Relief shown by hachures. Shows range and township grid. Scale indeterminable (W 119°--W 114°/N 37°--N 33°).
'Surveyor Generals Office. San Francisco California October 1st 1862. [signed] E.F. Beale, U.S. Surv. Genl. Nevada Terry.' In upper right corner: 'Ho. Reps. Ex. Doc. No. 1. 37th Cong. 3d. Sess.' Relief shown by hachures. Scale [1:253,440] 1 in. to 4 miles (W 120°08--W 118°40/N 39°45--N 38°00)
Scale [ca. 1:63,360. 1 in. to approx. 5,280 ft.].Cadastral map. 'Compiled for C.D. Baker, Reg. Civil Engineer Nevada No. 6 and Licensed Real Estate Broker by Tyson Engineering Co., Las Vegas, Nevada.' 'Copyright 1954 Tyson Engineering Co., Las Vegas, Nevada. Drawn by E.M. Ballinger' Tyson Engineering Company
'Cartography by Marj Thielke.' 'Prepared in cooperation with the State of Nevada, Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Division of Water Resources.' Relief shown by contours. Shows township and range lines. Originally published as Plate 1 in Water-level changes associated with ground-water development in Las Vegas Valley, Nevada, 1971-75 : fourth progress report--summary of data / by James R. Harrill, published in 1976 by the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Division of Water Resources, as volume 22 of Water resources-information series report. Scale [ca. 1:69,696. 1 in.=approx. 1.1 miles] (W 115°20´--W 115°00´/N 36°20´--N 36°00´).