Texas State Archives Map Collection
Geological Map of the Florence-Salado-Berrys Creek Structure, Williamson County
|Publisher:||Reconnaissance by J.H. Holdeman. Plane table survey by H.S. Coulsen and W.B. Dow, March 10, 1933.|
|Cartographer:||-- None Listed --|
|Scale:||1 inch = 2000 feet|
|Size:||73 cm x 60 cm|
|Type of Map:||geologic|
|Photo Media:||-- None Listed --|
Geological Map of the Florence-Salado-Berrys Creek Structure, Williamson County Image:
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Shows creeks, contour lines, elevation points, surveys, towns, and roads. Contour interval is 10 feet. Inset: General [Vertical] Section. Some elevation points have been added to one copy of the map. Some sections of land have been colored on the reduced copy. This map is identical to map 4475. Three copies, two full size and one reduced copy. 6/14/85
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