Texas State Archives Map Collection
Official Map of the Highway System of Texas
|Publisher:||State Highway Commission. Corrected to February 15, 1937.|
Stene, R.M., compiled and drawn by
|Scale:||1 inch = 30 miles|
|Size:||65 cm x 71 cm|
|Type of Map:||highway|
|Format:||color, engraved, lithographed, printed|
|Photo Media:||-- None Listed --|
Official Map of the Highway System of Texas Image:
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Shows bays, rivers, creeks, lakes, mountainous areas, islands, canyons, counties, cities, towns, highways, roads, mileage between points, state parks, battlegrounds, missions, ruins of forts, military bases, the Alabama-Coushatta Indian Reservation, and the Intracoastal Canal. A key to cities and towns is also given. Insets of the following cities are given, showing major routes in and out of the city, and other features such as airports, military bases, colleges, and public buildings: Amarillo, Wichita Falls, Waco, El Paso, Austin, San Antonio, Fort Worth, Dallas, Houston, Galveston, Beaumont. Some cities and 'x's in red have been added. The reverse side contains pictures of people and places from around the state. Earlier editions are 6183- 6193, later editions are 6195-6242. 5/27/86
The Texas State Archives Map Collection contains original, photo-reproduced, and compiled maps covering the period from the early seventeenth through the late twentieth centuries. For general information about the holdings and descriptive information available, read the map introduction and indexes and types of maps webpages. For our copy policy, view our webpage on preservation, access, and reproductions.
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