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Map of city of Las Vegas, Nevada, October 1, 1940

Date

1940-10-01

Description

'Compiled by C.D. Baker, Oct. 1, 1940.' Scale [ca. 1:11,400]. 1 in. to 950 ft. Cadastral map.

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Map of the Goldfield Mining District, Goldfield, Nevada, 1907

Date

1907

Description

'Elmer J. Chute, E.M. and Olmstead and Rich, Goldfield, Nevada. Copyright 1907, by Elmer J. Chute, Goldfield, Nev.' Includes information on and prices for wall and pocket map with this title. Includes inset map. Includes township and range grid. Library's copy has Rochester GF. claim circled in blue ink , has a piece missing to the right of that claim, and has "Mohawk ledge, a lease by Davis & Shoemaker" written in blue ink at the center bottom of the map with a line in blue ink drawn to the Frances Mohawk claim.

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Map showing detailed topography of the country traversed by the reconnaissance expedition through southern & southeastern Nevada, 1869

Date

1869

Description

At top of map: 'Reconnaissance Maps, Department of California.' In lower right corner: 'Photolith. by the N.Y. Lithg. Engrg. & Prtg. Co.' 'In charge of, Lieut. Geo. M. Wheeler, U.S. Engineers; assisted by Lieut. D.W. Lockwood, Corps of Engineers,U.S.A., 1969.' 'P.W. Hamel, chief topographer and draugthsman.' 'Officially compiled and published at the Engineer Office, Head Quarters Department of California in 1869 and 70 by order of Brigadier General E.O.C. Ord. Comm'dg. [signed] Geo. M. Wheeler, Lieutenant of Engineers In Charge, Head Quarters Dept. of Cal. Oct. 26th, 1870.' Includes information from railroad maps, the United States Geological Survey of the 40th parallel and from Lieutenant Ives' explorations along the Colorado. Map includes camps, astronomical stations, good and bad wagon roads, trails, springs, settlements, mining districts, state and county boundaries and the watershed between the Humboldt and Colorado Basin. Shows most of eastern half of Nevada. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Scale: [1:760,320]. 1 in. to approx. 12 miles. (W 117°00´--W 113°00´/N 41°45´--N 35°45´). Series: Reconnaissance maps. Military map / Department of Californiano. 1.miles. Library's copy has counties hand-outlined in colored markers.

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Street map of greater Las Vegas, Nevada, 1965-1966

Date

1965 to 1966

Description

Rev. 1965-1966 ed. 55 x 42 cm., folded to 29 x 12 cm. Panel title: Front Boy's official street map. Relief shown by spot heights. Copyright held by Russell A. Meador. Includes notes, quotations and indexes. Street index on verso. "Detailed guide of North Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Paradise Valley, and vicinity." Original publisher: Meador, Russell A.

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Map showing detailed topography of the country traversed by the reconnaissance expedition through southern & southeastern Nevada, 1869 (reproduction)

Date

1869

Description

At top of map: 'Reconnaissance Maps, Department of California.' 'In charge of, Lieut. Geo. M. Wheeler, U.S. Engineers; assisted by Lieut. D.W. Lockwood, Corps of Engineers,U.S.A., 1969.' 'P.W. Hamel, chief topographer and draugthsman.' 'Traced 11-13-67.' 'BGS'; the G is enclosed in an arrowhead shape. 'Officially compiled and published at the Engineer Office, Head Quarters Department of California in 1869 and 70 by order of Brigadier General E.O.C. Ord. Comm'dg. [signed] Geo. M. Wheeler, Lieutenant of Engineers In Charge, Head Quarters Dept. of Cal. Oct. 26th, 1870.' Includes information from railroad maps, the United States Geological Survey of the 40th parallel and from Lieutenant Ives' explorations along the Colorado. Map includes camps, astronomical stations, good and bad wagon roads, trails, springs, settlements, mining districts, state and county boundaries and the watershed between the Humboldt and Colorado Basin. Shows most of eastern half of Nevada. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Scale indeterminable. (W 117°00´--W 113°00´/N 41°45´--N 35°45´). Series: Reconnaissance maps. Military map / Department of Californiano. 1. Reproduction. Map is printed in purple. Scale of original map: [1:760,320]. 1 in. to approx. 12 miles. Includes dots hand-colored with red pencil marking Indian rancherias.

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Geology of the Jackass Flats quadrangle, Nye County, Nevada, 1964

Date

1964

Description

58 x 47 cm., on sheet 86 x 81 cm., folded in envelope 30 x 24 cm. Relief shown by contours and spot heights. "Geology mapped in 1961." Includes description of map units, 2 col. cross sections, and quadrangle location map. "Prepared in cooperation with the U. S. Atomic Commission." Original publisher: Interior, Geological Survey, Series: Geologic quadrangle map GQ, Scale: 1:24 000.

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Official Arrow city map, Las Vegas & vicinity, Nevada, circa 1957-1961

Date

1957 to 1961

Description

71 x 68 cm. on sheet 106 x 71 cm., folded in cover 25 x 12 cm. Cover title: Latest edition, city map and street index of "fabulous" Las Vegas and vicinity, Nevada. Publisher from cover. "H-654-32." Includes indexes. Inside of cover includes information on Las Vegas. Includes inset maps of Boulder City, Nevada, and Las Vegas's location. Original publisher: R. L. Polk.

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Map of St. Thomas, Nevada, circa 1933

Date

1930 to 1933

Description

Hand-drawn map of St. Thomas, Nevada (ca. 1914-1932) which was abandoned in 1933 due to the construction of Hoover Dam and is now covered by Lake Mead, as remembered by Merle Frehner (a former resident of St.Thomas). Buildings and residences on map are numbered and explained in a key. "Mormon plat assumed." Scale: 1 1/2 in. = 300 ft.

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Street map of greater Las Vegas, Nevada, 1984

Date

1984

Description

'The professional street map of greater Las Vegas, Nevada. Detailed guide of Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Paradise Valley & vicinity' -- front panel. ' Street index on map verso. Original publisher: Front Boy Service Co. Scale [ca. 1:44,352. 1 in. to approx. 0.70 mi.].

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Tonopah, Nevada mining map, March 1904

Date

1904-03

Description

'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´)

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