Texas State Archives Map Collection
Plan of the City of Galveston, Texas
|Publisher:||Lithographed by Wagner and McGrugan, Philadelphia|
Sandusky, William H.
|Scale:||1 inch = 600 feet|
|Size:||73 cm x 102 cm|
|Type of Map:||plat|
|Format:||positive photostat, black on white|
|Photo Media:||6x7 cm b&w copy neg. (of inset only), photo no. 1998/1-7-2|
Plan of the City of Galveston, Texas Image:
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Shows streets by name, lots and blocks by number, some private residences, churches, schools, public buildings, Galveston Bay, and bayous. A key to some churches and public buildings is given. There are illustrations of ships in the Gulf. Inset: Chart of Galveston Bar and Harbor, 1845. Compiled from latest surveys by William Sandusky. A reproduction of this showing slightly less detail is map 2280. 8/15/84
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