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Official Map of the Highway System of Texas / 1936
Texas State Archives Map Number 6193
Publisher: State Highway Commission. Centennial edition. Corrected to March 1, 1936.
Cartographer: Stene, R.M., compiled and drawn by
Scale: 1 inch = 29 miles
Size: 68 cm x 83 cm
Type of map: hwy Format: col/elp
AC Number: 1981/140
Donor: State Dept. of Highways and Public Transportation
Related Map/s: 6183-6242
Date Scanned: 2006
Downloadable Map Image, map6193.zip
File Size: 6.1m (zipped)
Description: Shows bays, rivers, creeks, lakes, mountains, islands, counties, cities, towns, highways, mileage between points, roads, airports, state parks, canyons, ruins of forts, Alabama-Coushatta Indian Reservation, and military bases. The map also contains some general historical information about Texas, pictures of people and places from around the state, and the music and words to the song, "Texas Our Texas." Earlier editions are 6183-6192, later editions are 6194-6242.
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