Texas State Archives Map Collection
City of Weslaco, Texas. Water Distribution System
|Publisher:||Sigler, Winston, Greenwood and Associates, Inc., Weslaco, about 1972. Date of last printed revision, 1987. Water lines added in 1993, likely by the Texas Commission on Fire Protection.|
|Cartographer:||-- None Listed --|
|Scale:||1 inch = 400 feet|
|Size:||187 cm x 82 cm|
|Type of Map:||other|
|Photo Media:||-- None Listed --|
City of Weslaco, Texas. Water Distribution System Image:
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Plat showing streets, roads, railroads, cemeteries, schools, sewage and industrial waste treatment plants, water treatment plants, water lines, fire hydrant locations, fire stations, and other water system features. Two sheets. This map was revised several times. It is part of a records series, "Key rate city files," in the records of the State Fire Marshal's Office, Texas Dept. of Insurance. Other maps of the city may be found in the key rate city files - in the folders for that city's records. 1/04/07
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