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Southern Pacific Company
Railway, steamship lines Sou …
1884
Timetable Map
Authors Southern Pacific Company
Full Title Correct map of the railway & steamship lines operated by the Southern Pacific Company. (with) County map of Texas showing the Atlantic System of the Southern Pacific Company. (with) New Orleans. (with) Houston, Texas. (with) San Antonio, Texas. (with) Galveston, Texas. (1884)
Note Relief shown by hachures. Covers most of the United States and northern and central Mexico, with shipping routes to Havana. Texas map at (ca. 1:4,800,000) scale. City maps are small scale showing street patterns, railroad, stations, etc. Text in side panels.
Southern Pacific Company
Cover: "Sunset Route"
1884
Timetable Map
Authors Southern Pacific Company
Full Title (Covers to) "Sunset Route" The Southern Pacific Company Atlantic System. West. Poole Bros. Printers and Engravers, Chicago. (1884)
Note Folded to pocket map size. Verso has timetables. In full printed color, folding, self wrappers.
Southern Pacific Company
Text Page: "Sunset Route"
1884
Timetable Map
Authors Southern Pacific Company
Full Title (Text Page to) "Sunset Route" The Southern Pacific Company Atlantic System. West. Poole Bros. Printers and Engravers, Chicago. (1884)
Note (20) p. on 1 sheet. Includes text, timetables and fare information.
Mitchell, Samuel Augustus Jr …
Railroad map U.S.
1884
World Atlas
Authors Mitchell, Samuel Augustus Jr.
Full Title Railroad map of the United States, showing the through lines of communication from the Atlantic to the Pacific, together with the various steamship lines along the seaboard. Copyright by Wm. M. Bradley & Bro. 1884.
Note Red printed colored lines. Relief shown by hachures. Shows settlements, rivers, named railroads and steamship lines, etc. Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy …
Cover: Burlington Route USA …
1907
Timetable Map
Authors Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company
Full Title Map of the Burlington Route and connections. Poole Bros. Chicago. 5-20-'07 ... (inset map) Direct routes to the Orient. Great Northern Steamship Co. and Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railway Company.
Note Relief shown by hachures. Covers U.S. and southern Canada except for southern Texas, Louisiana and Florida, and northern Maine. Inset map: scale (ca. 1:100,000,000), "6-19-'05." Line of text in red in upper margin.
Mitchell, Samuel Augustus
Railroad map U.S.
1890
World Atlas
Authors Mitchell, Samuel Augustus
Full Title Railroad map of the United States, showing the through lines of communication from the Atlantic to the Pacific, together with the various steamship lines along the seaboard. Copyright 1886 by Wm. M. Bradley & Bro. (1890)
Note Colored map. Relief shown by hachures. Shows settlements, rivers, named railroads and steamship lines, etc. Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.
Gannett, Henry, 1846-1914, U …
59. Navigable rivers, routes …
1898
Statistical Atlas
Authors Gannett, Henry, 1846-1914, United States. Census Office
Full Title 370. Navigable rivers and principal transportation routes on the sea coast and Great Lakes: 1890. Julius Bien & Co. Lith., N.Y. (1898)
Note Color lithographed map.
Rand McNally and Company
Miles of railroads U.S., 183 …
1897
World Atlas
Authors Rand McNally and Company
Full Title Miles of railroads in the United States, 1830-1893. Miles of railroads, by states, January 1st, 1894. Freight traffic on the Great Lakes, by ports, 1889. Rand, McNally & Co., Engravers, Chicago. (1897)
Note Three statistical charts. "Rand, McNally & Company's" in upper margin.
Rand McNally and Company
U.S. foreign commerce, natio …
1897
World Atlas
Authors Rand McNally and Company
Full Title The foreign commerce of the United States, divided by means of transportation employed in the carrying trade ... 1890 to ... 1891. Tonnage of American and foreign vessels entered at the seaports of the United States ... 1791 to 1815 and 1821 to 1891. The national debt of the United States ... between 1783 and 1890. The State, county, municipality and school district debts in the United States, combined, by states and territories, 1890. Rand, McNally & Co., Engravers, Chicago. (1897)
Note Four statistical charts. Includes supplementary charts: The total debt of the United States, 1890 -- The Total debt of the United States, 1880 and 1890, compared. The state, county, municipality and school district debts ... 1880 and 1890, compared. Rand, McNally & Company's" in upper margin.
Gannett, Henry, 1846-1914, H …
95. Carrying trade U.S.
1883
Statistical Atlas
Authors Gannett, Henry, 1846-1914, Hewes, Fletcher W., United States. Census Office
Full Title Carrying trade of the United States. (with) Nationality of the tonnage employed in the commerce of the United States in 1880. Copyright, 1883, by Charles Scribner's Sons.
Note Three color lithographed charts. "Finance and commerce."
Philip, George
American Atlantic ports N.
1922
World Atlas
Authors Philip, George
Full Title American Atlantic ports--north sheet. George Philip & Son, Ltd. The London Geographical Institute. (1922)
Note Color lithographed map. Depths shown by layer tints. Shows mail routes and duration, steamship routes, distances, navigable waters for large steamers, canals, principal railways, cables, lighthouses, lightships, docks, coaling stations, British and American consular offices, naval stations, dockyards, etc. Inset maps: Chicago. Scale 1:100,000 -- Boston Harbour. Scale 1:500,000 -- New York Harbour. Scale 1:500,000 -- "Soo" canals. Scale 1:100,000 -- The coast from New York to Boston. Scale 1:2,500,000 -- Buffalo. Scale 1:200,000 -- Montreal. Scale 1:500,000 -- Halifax. Scale 1:500,000 -- Newfoundland. Scale 1:10,000,000. Includes also inset of Lake Superior and vicinity (continuation of map)
Philip, George
American Atlantic ports S.
1922
World Atlas
Authors Philip, George
Full Title American Atlantic ports--south sheet. George Philip & Son, Ltd. The London Geographical Institute. (1922)
Note Color lithographed map. Depths shown by layer tints. Shows mail routes and duration, steamship routes, distances, navigable waters for large steamers, canals, principal railways, cables, lighthouses, lightships, docks, coaling stations, British and American consular offices, naval stations, dockyards, etc. Inset maps: Hampton Roads. Scale 1:500,000 -- Galveston. Scale 1:200,000 -- Baltimore & Philadelphia. Scale 1:2,500,000.
Mitchell, Samuel Augustus
Railroad map U.S.
1886
World Atlas
Authors Mitchell, Samuel Augustus
Full Title Railroad map of the United States, showing the through lines of communication from the Atlantic to the Pacific, together with the various steamship lines along the seaboard. W. H. Gamble, Sc. Copyright 1886 by Wm. M. Bradley & Bro.
Note Red printed colored lines. Relief shown by hachures. Shows settlements, rivers, named railroads and steamship lines, etc. Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.
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