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    Maps and Plans Database - 1900-1949

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    Year Title Description Creator
    1900 Map of the Paluxy Artesian Reservoirs of the Black and Grand Prairies of Texas, Including the Eastern and Western Cross Timbers Shows depth of Paluxy reservoirs and outcrop or catchment areas. Robert T. Hill
    1900 Sam Street's Map of Dallas County, Texas   Sam Street
    1901 Map of Fort Worth, Texas, and Additions Street map of Fort Worth with additions South of Fort Worth marked. Incomplete copy. H. V. Gormley
    1901 Map of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad and Connecting Lines Map of the United States with railroad lines shown.  Back includes information on the Pan-American Exposition held May 1 through November 1, 1901, in Buffalo, New York. Poole Bros, Chicago
    1902 Rock Island Addition to Fort Worth, Texas Copy of map showing the intersection of East Fourth Street and Seaton Street, filed for record on August 30th, 1902. J. J. Goodfellow
    1903 Diamond Hill,  Fort Worth Shows numbered lots North to McLennon Avenue, South to Decatur Avenue, West to Birdville Street and East to the Trinity River. J. J. Goodfellow, surveyor
    1903 Map Showing the Boundaries of the City of Westminster, Parliamentary Boroughs and Parishes Photocopy of highly detailed engraved map of central London showing the boundaries of Westminster within London.  Has legend.   Stanfords
    1903 Map of Rosen Heights, North Fort Worth Two and a quarter miles West of the courthouse, has three bird's eye view of the stockyards and packing houses printed on it, in tube. Includes drawings of packing plants. Survey J. J. Goodfellow
    1904 Bandera County, Texas Shows land ownership.  Photocopy. General Land Office
    1905 Rosen Heights Independent School District and Incorporation Declaration Recorded by the county clerk.  Sheet Two is map of the Rosen Heights ISD showing boundaries filed on June 8th, 1905. Unknown
    1905 Riverside Independent School District, Tarrant County, Texas Plat map with attached letter from county surveyor J.J. Goodfellow J. J. Goodfellow, surveyor
    1906 New Boston Quadrangle   U.S. Geological Survey
    1907 City of Fort Worth, Texas Street map showing Fort Worth additions. Reproduced 2003; partial reproduction on back of smaller map. J. E. Head and Co.
    1909 Commission Certificate Certificate: Commission of William M. Trimble as City Physician for Fort Worth, Texas. City of Fort Worth, Texas
    1910 Gay Hill Quadrangle   U.S. Geological Survey
    1911 North Dakota, Ray Quadrangle   U.S. Geological Survey
    1912 Map of Fort Worth Street layout with railroads and the river, city limits at time. Stone and Webster engineering corporation of Boston
    1913 Bailey County, Texas Shows land ownership.  Photocopy. General Land Office
    1915 Map of Texas and Adjacent Regions in the Eighteenth Century Shows Indian Territory, forts and settlements. Herbert E. Bolton
    1915 Map of Texas and Adjacent Regions in the Eighteenth Century Shows Indian Territory, forts and settlements. Herbert E. Bolton
    1916 U.S. Aviation School Carruthers Field Cross Country Map   Liam Brenneke
    1917 Station Map - Track - Structures - of Fort Worth Belt Railway   Office of the Chief Engineer of Fort Worth, Texas
    1917 Baylor County Shows land ownership.  Photocopy. General Land Office
    1917 Bastrop County, Texas Shows land ownership.  Photocopy. General Land Office
    1918 Property Map: Taliaferro Field Number One (Hicks) Shows property and holdings for different airfields.  Shows three airfields and a target range. Engineering Section of the Supply Division Signal Corps, USA
    1918 Dallas Quadrangle   U.S. Geological Survey
    1918 Glidden Quadrangle   U.S. Geological Survey
    1918 Hamilton Quadrangle   U.S. Geological Survey
    1918 Palo Pinto Quadrangle   U.S. Geological Survey
    1918 Schulenburg Quadrangle   U.S. Geological Survey
    1918 Stephenville Quadrangle   U.S. Geological Survey
    1918 Weatherford Quadrangle   U.S. Defense Mapping Agency
    1919 Topographic Map of T.C.U. Vicinity Sleeve containing two sheets. Top sheet is topographic map, second sheet is photocopy from Vol 2 Paddock.  Topography by W. M. Winton, drawn by H. T. Winton
    1919 1919 North Fort Worth Street map of North Fort Worth, Niles City in center.   C. H. Rogers
    1919 Greater Fort Worth City Map of central Fort Worth compiled from public records and special surveys showing streets, house numbers, buildings, schools, churches, industrial plants, parks, railroads, street car lines, auto routes, marginal index to streets and additions, etc.  C. H. Rogers
    1919 Fort Worth Quadrangle Showing topography, railroads and air fields. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
    1919 Camp Bowie, Texas: General Map Legend shows utility services to the base, significant structures on the base.  Copy made from original in the National Archives, Record Group 92, RR BP file. Job Number 6124, Plan Number 120. Construction Division of the War Department
    1919 Birch Quadrangle   U.S. Geological Survey
    1919 Burton Quadrangle   U.S. Geological Survey
    1919 Eastland Quadrangle   U.S. Geological Survey
    1919 Ennis Quadrangle   U.S. Geological Survey
    1919 Giddings Quadrangle   U.S. Geological Survey
    1919 Hempstead Quadrangle   U.S. Geological Survey
    1919 Kaufman Quadrangle   U.S. Geological Survey
    1919 Kemp Quadrangle   U.S. Geological Survey
    1919 Quinlan   U.S. Geological Survey
    1920 Road Map of Tarrant County, Texas Includes plat divisions and minimal information about roads, railroads, surveys, schools, rivers, etc. C. H. Rogers
    1920 Soil Map Map of Tarrant County showing soil composition. Map cover attached to bottom left. U.S. Geological Survey
    1920 Soil Map Map of Tarrant County showing soil composition. Photocopy of previous map. U.S. Geological Survey
    1921 Lake Worth Sanitary Supplies and Facilities Shows land ownership adjacent to the lake. City Sanitation Department of Lake Worth
    1922 Property of the Fort Worth Stockyards Company Showing land out under mortgage and all transfers to July 1922. K. Robey
    1922 Map of the Madill-Denison Area, Oklahoma-Texas, Showing Geologic Structure Shows oil and gas wells. U.S. Geological Survey
    1922 Geologic Map of Parts of Northeastern Texas and Southern Oklahoma   U. S. Geological Survey
    1922 Flatonia Quadrangle   U.S. Geological Survey
    1922 La Grange Quadrangle   U.S. Geological Survey
    1923 "Bellaire:" An Addition to Fort Worth, Texas Shows numbered lots along Bellaire Drive. Shows location of municipal golf links, club house and home sites surrounding the golf course. Brookes Baker, Surveyor for Hammond and Hammond
    1923 "Ryan Place:" An Addition to Fort Worth, Texas Blocks 22-2 Inclusive. Shows numbered lots North to Robert Avenue, South to Cantey Street, West to Eighth Avenue and East to Ryan Place Drive. Baker and Von Zuben, Surveyors
    1923 Dickson County, Tennessee Notes roads, residences, churches, schools, mines and quarries in the county. Board of Natural Resources in Tennessee
    1924 East Texas Has legend and inset map showing formations and index to the oil fields, index to wells outside proven fields, geologic formations and the operating wells within the field. J. S. Grasty, PhD, ScD
    1925 Greater Fort Worth New City Map Map of central Fort Worth compiled from public records. Primarily an indexed map of principal streets and additions. Rogers Official Directory Company
    1925 Brownwood Quadrangle   U.S. Geological Survey
    1925 Topographic Map of an Area Around Gainesboro, Tennessee Photocopy of portion of original. Annotations in red and yellow highlighter. U.S. Geological Survey
    1925 Geologic Map of Wyoming One map across two sheets U.S. Geological Survey
    1925 Drainage Area, Upper Trinity River Basin Tarrant County Water Control and Improvement District Number One. Construction Department, Fort Worth, Texas
    1925 Eagle Mountain Dido Dam Section Seven Shows elevation and adjoining property. Construction Department, Fort Worth, Texas
    1925 Tarrant County Water Improvement District Number One: Eagle Mountain-Dido Lake, West Fork of Trinity River   Construction Department, Fort Worth, Texas
    1925 Tarrant County Water Improvement District Number One: Eagle Mountain-Dido Lake, West Fork of Trinity River Red lines demarcations. Construction Department, Fort Worth, Texas
    1925 Tarrant County Water Improvement District Number One: Eagle Mountain-Dido Lake, West Fork of Trinity River Land owners included. Construction Department, Fort Worth, Texas
    1925 Jack County, Texas Shows land ownership. General Land Office
    1926 Official Highway Map of Texas Tattered map showing Texas highways with handwritten annotations. A. C. Love, State Highway Engineer
    1926 Structural Map of Hart Oil Field and Vicinity The contour lines are at 25 foot vertical intervals on top of the Cato Limestone.  Robert S. Burg
    1926 Archer County Shows land ownership. Photocopy. General Land Office
    1927 Trails and Routes by U.S. Cavalry in Texas, Indian Territory, New Mexico and Old Mexico during 1871-1875 Under command of General R.S. Mackenzie in its operations against hostile Native Americans in Texas, Indian Territory (now Oklahoma), New Mexico and Old Mexico during the period of 1871-1875, compiled from military and other surveys. E. D. Dorchester
    1927 Production Map of Wagoner County, Oklahoma Shows longitude and latitude, township and range, settlements and roads.  Has legend for oil production. Oklahoma Geological Survey
    1928 Map of "Monticello:" A Protected Residence District, Fort Worth, Texas Shows numbered lots North to Lake Worth Drive, South to Fourth Street, West to West View Avenue and East to Monticello Drive. Hare and Hare, city planners; Brookes Baker, surveyor
    1929 Map of Fort Worth Shows street grid and notable buildings. Evans Blueprint Company for $1. Original drawing was done by Bartholomew and Associates, city plan and landscape engineers, St. Louis.   Brookes Baker
    1929 Map of City of Fort Worth "1938 Fort Worth City and Transit Map" printed on back side. R. E. Jenkins
    1929 Standard Map of Tarrant County   Clyde V. Fletcher
    1929 Map of Benton County, Arkansas Photostat copy. M. Hays, civil engineer of Rogers, Arkansas
    1929 Topography Map of Levee Section of Eagle Mountain Dam Tarrant County Water Control and Improvement District Number One. Hawley and Freese
    1929 Geologic Map of Stephens County, Texas Geologic map including roads, streams, schools, churches and other sites. Bureau of Economic Geology
    1930 Land Sold by Fort Worth Stockyards Co. to Fort Worth Belt Railway Co.    K. Robey
    1930 Bassett Quadrangle   U.S. Geological Survey
    1930 State of Louisiana Detailed map showing counties, hydrology and significant towns and cities.  Two sheets--one is East and one is West. U.S. Department of the Interior
    1930 Map of "Eagle Mountain," An Addition to Fort Worth, Texas Shows lots to be developed. Brookes Baker
    1930 Sketch Showing R.O.W. Required by Relocation of Allbright Bridge Project Number 371. Survey showing area around the Trinity River with present structure and proposed relocation. D.A. Davis, county engineer
    1931 Rand McNally Special Auto Road Map of Texas Fold-out road map Rand McNally and Co.
    1931 Geologic Map of Tarrant County Photocopy from a 1931 bulletin Geology by W.M. Winton and W.S. Adkins, Drawn by H.T. Winton
    1931 Grapevine Quadrangle Photocopy of portion of quadrangle across three sheets. U.S. Geological Survey
    1931 Specifications for Labor and Material for Store Building Typed specifications for business on the corner of Magnolia and Fifth Street, Fort Worth, Texas owned by John Sappington. C.H. Leinbach
    1932 Road Map of Tarrant County, Texas Shows expanding radius surrounding central Fort Worth, roads, towns and precincts.  W. Stevens, Co. Engineer
    1932 Road Map of Tarrant County, Texas Shows expanding radius surrounding central Fort Worth, roads, towns and precincts.  W. Stevens, Co. Engineer
    1932 A Map of Texas Published by the Dallas Morning News for the Texas Almanac and State Industrial Guide Front has guide to location of counties and railroads, back: guide to location of state and federal highways. Dallas Morning News
    1932 Marble Falls Quadrangle   U.S. Geological Survey
    1932 Part of Geologic Map of U.S. 1932 Multi-color geological map with inset of a index map for regions of the United States. Shows Southwest from East Texas to Southern California. U.S. Geological Survey
    1932 Lay-Out of the Boat Club Road Thru the Burgess Property Out of the M. Garcia Survey   John Lipscomb
    1932 District Court Building Concept Drawings, Young County, Texas Concept drawings for district court building in Young County, Texas.  *Young County, date and creator are not listed on items? Withers, Elmer
    1932 District Court Building Concept Drawings, Young County, Texas Concept drawings for district court building in Young County, Texas.  *Young County, date and creator are not listed on items? Withers, Elmer
    1932 Map of McLennan County, Texas Plat map of McLennan County, Texas, with shading added in colored pencil. Texas Blueprint and Engineering Company
    1933 Master Park Plan, Fort Worth, Texas Shows existing and proposed parks and areas under control of the recreation department. Hare and Hare City Planners and Landscape Architects, Kansas City, MO
    1933 Map of a Portion of Oklahoma Showing the Location of the Chisholm Trail Location of the trail with maps and other data, which are filed at the Oklahoma Historical Society. Engineering Dept. of the Oklahoma State Highway Commission
    1933 Map of Little Buffalo Basin Rocky Mountain drawing number 9. Topographic map showing gas and oil wells, dry holes and abandoned wells.   R. R. Patterson
    1934 "Trinity Acres:" An Addition to Fort Worth, Texas Shows numbered plats and street plans between West fork of Trinity River and River Road. Brookes Baker, surveyor
    1934 Lake Worth Master Plan Master plan for park constructed by the CCC along Lake Worth, state roads. National Park Service
    1934 Lake Worth Master Plan Master plan for park constructed by the CCC along Lake Worth, state roads. Back side is duplicate of related map. National Park Service
    1934 Official Centennial Map of Texas Map with illustrations of notable Texans, goods produced in different areas of the state, trails and Native American settlements. C. M. Burnett
    1934 Map of City of Fort Worth Shows title surveys by tract. Unknown, probably City of Fort. Worth
    1934 Hubbard School, Fort Worth, Texas, Architectural Drawings Set of architectural drawings for Hubbard School in Fort Worth, Texas.  Includes first and second floor plans and outer building. Elmer G. Withers Architectural Company Inc.
    1934 Lake Worth Master Plan Master plan for park constructed by the CCC along Lake Worth, state roads. Department of interior office of national park service
    1935 Texas Counties, 1840 Reproduced by Texas State Historical Association. C.B. Metcalfe
    1935 Texas Counties, 1850 Reproduced by Texas State Historical Association. C.B. Metcalfe
    1935 Texas Counties, 1900 Reproduced by Texas State Historical Association. C.B. Metcalfe
    1935 Texas Counties, 1930 Reproduced by Texas State Historical Association. C.B. Metcalfe
    1935 Trunk Crude Oil Pipeline Systems Serving East Texas Field Only includes a portion of the article.  Table showing trunk crude oil pipeline servicing East Texas field.  Table shows analysis of typical crude oil from the East Texas field.  Bottom section shows reservoir pressure. World Petroleum
    1935 Topographic Map of Monroe County, Arkansas Annotations in color pencil. War Department, Corps of Engineers
    1935 Oil Plays in Oklahoma Eastern Oklahoma Oil Fields, "Shallow Oil". E. C. Jacobson
    1935 Geologic and Structure Contour Map of the Osage Oil Field, Weston County, Wyoming Map, section and a well log profile drawing. U.S. Department of the Interior
    1935 Arkansas, Brinkley Quadrangle Grid Zone "C" 1935 Edition. War Department Corps of Engineers
    1935 Map of Pennsylvania Manors Superimposed on a Modern Map 1935 Highway Map of Southeastern Pennsylvania. Has a key showing 40 different manors located in this area.  Pennsylvania Department of Highways, Montgomery County Commissioners and United States Geological Survey, Fred J. Gorman
    1935 Guide to Topographic Maps in Arkansas Shows quadrangles in Arkansas.  
    1936 Survey of Portion of Shoreline of Eagle Mountain Lake Partition of the Eagle Mountain Lake Tract embracing portions of the J. Wilcox Number 60, M.E.P. and P.R.R. Co. Abstract Number 1120, J.S. Thurmond, E.G. Thurmond, Y. Samora, R. Gangara, M. Hunt and J.P. Smith Surveys in Tarrant County, Texas. Brookes Baker, surveyor
    1936 General Highway Map, Tarrant County, Texas Handwritten: "The Infancy of Tarrant County". Texas State Highway Department
    1936 Geologic Contour Map of C. B. Snyder Ranch Manuscript oil field development map. Shows topography in relation to pool and bore locations in and around Albany, Moran and Baird, Texas. H.H. Adams
    1936 Little River County, Arkansas Showing the major settlements and roads with existing buildings within the county.  Has legend showing improvements and significant features. Borders Texas and Oklahoma. Arkansas State Highway Commission
    1936 Reconnaissance Map of the Dewey Area Has section of rocks in the Dewey area.  Explanation with a legend. U.S. Department of the Interior
    1936 Collinwood Quadrangle Hand-written notations shows the Natchez trail. U.S. Geological Survey
    1936 Topographical Map of Negro Hollow, Tennessee Hand-written notations showing well locations, noting other information in red pencil. U.S. Geological Survey
    1936 Jenkin's Pocket Map and Street Guide of Fort Worth Original map with red annotations and duplicate photocopy. Shows streets, plats and bodies of water. Fort Worth Blueprint Company
    1936 General Highway Map, Bowie County, Texas   Texas State Highway Department
    1936 Comanche County, Texas Highway Map   Texas State Highway Department
    1936 General Highway Map of Stephens County, Texas   Texas State Highway Department
    1936 General Highway Map, Mills County, Texas   Texas State Highway Department
    1936 General Highway Map, Frio County, Texas   Texas State Highway Department
    1937 Plat Showing Jack M. Estes Jr. Subdivision Plat map showing Jack M. Estes Jr. subdivision of 24 77/100 acres of land out of the A.G. Walker 640 acre survey in Tarrant County, Texas.  John H. Darter, County surveyor
    1937 Harry B. Friedman Tract, Arlington Heights: An Addition to Fort Worth, Texas Re-subdivision map of blocks One, Two, Three and Four. Harry B. Friedman, Engineer
    1937 Sansom Park Addition: An Addition to Fort Worth, Texas Plat map showing numbered lots 1-13 near Robert's Cutoff and Jacksboro Highway. Brookes Baker, surveyor
    1937 Fort Worth, Texas Map of Fort Worth with advertisements as border and on back. Western Map Co.
    1938 Map of Part of Van Zandt County, Texas, Including Myrtle Springs Area Portion of plat map with annotations in red. Southwest Mapping Company
    1938 State of New Mexico Preliminary edition.  Compiled in 1921 and 1922. One map on two sheets. A. F. Hassan, Cartographer
    1938 1938 Fort Worth City and Transit Map Legend shows bus and car lines, railroads, hospitals and Texas Pacific coal and oil dealers,  different bus lines labelled.  Inset of downtown business district. Official Map and Guidebook Co.
    1939 Road Map of Tarrant County Shows expanding radius surrounding central Fort Worth, roads, towns and precincts.  Henry Cook, County Engineer
    1939 Plat of Diamond Hill Highlands Addition to Fort Worth, Texas Shows numbered lots North to St. Louis/Southwestern Railroad, South to 31st Street, West of Denton Road. Henry M. Dickson, surveyor
    1939 Alignment of Streets Adjacent to Samuels Avenue Notes taken May 19, 1939 and platted May 20, 1939, includes tabulation of cost to repave Bennett Street.  (Samuels Avenue) One map across five sheets. Unknown
    1939 A Pictorial Sketch of Texas Showing State Parks Cartoon map published in the Star-Telegram. Border has photos of state park, back has newspaper articles, photos and advertisements and aerial photo of Fort Worth. Don D. Obert
    1939 Geological Report on the Hatchett Area   H.H. Adams
    1939 Map Showing Well Locations Cordwent Structure, Block 68 and 69. El Paso Natural Gas Co.
    1939 Geologic Map of the East Lance Creek Oil and Gas Field, Niobrara County, Wyoming Lists oil and gas wells. U.S. Department of the Interior
    1939 Map of Lance Creek Field, Niobrara County, Wyoming Lists oil and gas wells and government land for lease. U.S. Department of the Interior
    1939 Geologic Map and Sections of the Northern Part of the Baxter Basin Gas Field, Sweetwater County, Wyoming Topographic map with columnar section. U.S. Department of the Interior
    1939 Texaco Touring Map - Dallas and Fort Worth Fold-out promotional map created for Texaco. Fort Worth street map and indexes on front, Dallas street map and indexes on reverse. Rand McNally and Company
    1939 Taylor's Directory Map of Lake Worth Includes inset map of roads to Lake Worth, Fish of Lake Worth, Directory of Camps and Stores. One copy has sketches of Lake Worth scenes. Sam W. Taylor
    1940 Texas Highway Map Fold-out road map. Back has photos taken throughout Texas and recommended points of interest. Spring edition, 1940. Texas Highway Department
    1940 Gibtown Area, SE. Jack County, Texas Markings in color pencil, some of the lines have been erased. Spiller Abstract Co.
    1940 New Mexico Shows counties, hydrology and roads. U.S. Geological Survey
    1940 Arizona Shows counties, hydrology and roads. U.S. Geological Survey
    1940 Colorado Shows counties, hydrology and roads. U.S. Geological Survey
    1940 South Dakota Shows counties, hydrology and roads. U.S. Geological Survey
    1940 Wyoming Shows counties, hydrology and roads. U.S. Geological Survey
    1940 Montana Shows counties, hydrology and roads. U.S. Geological Survey
    1941 Texas for Tourists: A Highway and Reference Map Published by the Dallas Morning News Fold-out road map. A.H. Belo Corporation
    1941 "Crestwood" An Addition to Fort Worth, Texas Plat map of Blocks 8, 9, 10, 11; lots 1 to 17, block 12; lots 1, 2 and 10, block 13; lots 1, 2, 3, 24, 25 and 26, block 14; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 16, 17 and 18, block 15; and lots 1-9, block 16. Brookes Baker, surveyor
    1941 "Crestwood" An Addition to Fort Worth, Texas Map of blocks 21, 22, 23, 24, 26 and 27. Brookes Baker, surveyor
    1941 "Oak Knoll" Addition to Fort Worth, Texas Map of Blocks 7 to 13. Shows numbered lots North to 28th Street, South to East Belknap Street, West past Oakwood Street, East to Layton Street. Brookes Baker, surveyor
    1941 Brenham Quadrangle   U.S. Geological Survey
    1941 Geologic Map of Medicine Bow Field, Carbon County, Wyoming Northwestern drawing 461-3.  Shows a type well log section. Includes public wells and lands. U.S. Department of the Interior
    1941 Rana Ranch, Quay County, New Mexico Shows a key of leases and ownership of the land within the ranch.  Color-coded.  Shows improvement legend.  This is an area that borders NM and TX at the Canadian River.   Unknown
    1941 General Highway Map of Ellis County, Texas   Texas State Highway Department
    1941 General Highway Map of Montgomery County, Texas   Texas State Highway Department
    1942 Tarrant County, Texas Survey showing land owners and rivers. Reduced copy of larger map in same drawer. Texas General Land Office
    1942 Tarrant County, Texas Survey showing land owners and rivers. Full-size map; reduced copy in folder in same drawer. Compiled by G.C. Morris. Commissioner, Bascom Giles. Texas General Land Office
    1942 Tarrant County, Texas Survey showing land owners and rivers. Full-size map; reduced copy in folder in same drawer. Four maps in varying hues, one encapsulation holds two copies. Texas General Land Office
    1942 "Crestwood" (Park Section): An Addition to Fort Worth , Tarrant County, Texas Shows numbered lots North to Rockwood Park Drive, South to Oaklawn Drive, West to Northwood Road and East to Bailey Avenue. Brookes Baker, surveyor
    1942 "Crestwood" (Park Section): An Addition to Fort Worth , Tarrant County, Texas Shows numbered lots North to Rockwood Park Drive East of Bailey Ave. Brookes Baker, surveyor
    1942 Plat of Diamond Hill Highlands Addition "Second Filing" Shows North to Fort Worth/Denver City and St. Louis/South Western railroads, West to Hutchinson Street and East to Denton Road. Henry M. Dickson, Surveyor
    1942 Subsurface Structure Map of Frannie Structure, Park County, Wyoming, Carbon County, Montana   J. R. Schwabrow
    1942 Dallas Railway and Terminal Company: Dallas, Texas (Cody's Official Map of Dallas, Texas) Fold-out promotional map for Cody's Business Service. Street cars, motor coaches and feeder coaches shown in color; highways, civic center-Fair Park, passenger depots, public buildings, hospitals and suggested transport shown.  Includes index to city streets and county roads. Dallas Railway and Terminal Co.
    1942 Kaufman County, Texas Shows land ownership. General Land Office
    1943 Plat Showing Will Snow Property Plat showing the Will Snow property out of the A.G. Walker. Numbered lots with acreage. North to Pipeline Road, South to Highway 121, West to Linda Lane, East to Calloway Street. Annotated in red ink. Claude W. Estes, surveyor
    1943 Plat Showing Will Snow Property Plat showing the Will Snow property out of the A.G. Walker. Numbered lots with acreage. North to Pipeline Road, South to Highway 121, West to Linda Lane, East to Calloway Street. Annotated in red ink. Claude W. Estes, surveyor
    1943 "Linwood": An Addition to Fort Worth, Texas Shows numbered lots North to White Settlement Road, South to West 5th Street, West to University Drive, East to Carroll Street Brookes Baker, surveyor
    1943 Bigfoot Area Vertical intensity map showing topography and land ownership. One sheet is a plat map with red check marks on La Masa Ranch properties. Henry Castro Survey
    1943 Subsurface Structure, Hart Ranch Area Structure contours at intervals of 50 feet on top of the ranger sand.  Topographic map with Brad, Texas, in the center. Claude F. Dally, geologist
    1943 Austin Quadrangle   U.S. Geological Survey
    1943 Bastrop Quadrangle   U.S. Geological Survey
    1943 Breckenridge Quadrangle   U.S. Geological Survey
    1943 Paris Quadrangle   U.S. Geological Survey
    1943 Structure Contour Map of the Grass Creek Oil Filed, Hot Springs County, Wyoming Has typical well log drawing and a legend. Northwestern drawing number 267-3. U.S. Department of the Interior
    1943 Oil and Gas Fields of Wyoming Showing oil or gas fields, undeveloped, uncommercial, or abandoned fields, test wells and basins. Horace D. Thomas, State Geologist
    1943 Ellis County, Texas Shows land ownership. General Land Office
    1944 Fort Fremont Quadrangle, South Carolina Portion of St. Helena Island hand-drawn in red. War Department Corps of Engineers
    1944 Post-World War II Map of Europe Illustrated map of Europe featured in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram Fort Worth Star-Telegram
    1944 Map I--The Russian Front Map of Russia showing routes into Germany during World War II with description. Remington Rand Inc.
    1944 Map II--The Balkans Map showing routes into Germany via the Balkan Peninsula with description. Remington Rand Inc.
    1944 Map III--Italy and South France Map showing routes into Germany from Italy and France with description. Remington Rand Inc.
    1944 Map IV--The Western Front Map showing routes into Germany from Great Britain and Northern Ireland with description. Remington Rand Inc.
    1944 Map V--Southeastern Asia Map showing routes to Japan from India through China with description. Remington Rand Inc.
    1944 Map VI--The Southwest Pacific Map showing routes to Japan from India through Australia, New Guinea and the Solomon Islands with description. Remington Rand Inc.
    1944 Map VII--The North Pacific Map showing routes to Japan from the Aleutian Islands and Russia's Kamchatka peninsula. Remington Rand Inc.
    1944 Frio County, Texas Plat map of Frio County, Texas. Compiled by G. C. Morris, General Land Office in Austin
    1945 Map of the Mrs. Maud T. Crowdus Tract  In the L. G. Tinsley and other surveys situated just East of Fort Worth, Tarrant County. Brookes Baker
    1945 Plan of Trinity Park West   Department of Public Works, Fort Worth
    1945 1945 Tax Map, Westover Hills   Brookes Baker
    1945 Shelby County, Texas Plat map of Shelby County, Texas. Compiled by Curtis R. Hale
    1945 Wilbarger County, Texas Land Ownership   Heydrick Mapping Co.
    1946 Milton S. Simon's Revision to Diamond Hill Highlands Addition Plat showing numbered lots North to Diamond Road, South to 31st Street, West to Hutchinson Street and East to Denton Road. Revision by Milton S. Simon; Surveyed by Frank H. Payne and Assoc.
    1946 Plat Showing the B. Jackson Addition to the City of Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas   Frank H. Payne and Assoc., Surveyor
    1946 General Map of Williamson County, Texas   Texas State Highway Department
    1946 Land Ownership Map Surrounding Clovis, New Mexico Annotated.  
    1946 Land Ownership Map for Lavaca County   General Land Office in Austin
    1947 Official Highway Map of Texas, Spring Edition Fold-out road map. Back has color photos taken throughout Texas. Texas Highway Department
    1947 Sketch of Subdivisions of J. W. Naugle Tract, Saginaw, Texas Hwy 81 to the Northeast Brookes Baker, surveyor
    1947 Coast from South Carolina to Georgia. Enlarged portion of map showing South Carolina/Georgia coastline. U.S. Geological Survey
    1947 Ashburn's Fort Worth Revised Map Fold-out map showing Fort Worth, street index and enlarged maps of Eagle Mountain and Lake Worth and downtown. J. Foster Ashburn
    1947 Map of Fort Worth, Texas Foldout promotional map created for Benkins Van and Storage Company. Inset maps show Eagle Mountain Lake and downtown Fort Worth with businesses marked. Leon Keeble
    1947 Denton County, Texas Photocopy of plat map of Denton County, Texas. General Land Office-- Austin, Texas
    1947 Retail Occupancy Map, Downtown Fort Worth Map with line drawings showing use of buildings with number of floors. H. H. Morse 
    1948 Existing Bus Routes in Central Business District Map showing bus routes in business district and adjoining sections of Fort Worth. North to Bluff Street, South to Lancaster, West to Penn Street and East to Spur Highway Number 280. Unknown
    1948 Business District and Adjoining Sections of Fort Worth, Texas Shows blacked out blocks, but there is no key. City Planning Deptartment. Unknown
    1948 Portion of St. Helena Island, Beaufort County, South Carolina Shows land ownership by township and range and survey tracks.   Arthur O. Christenson, from data supplied by Thomas Lee
    1948 General Highway Map of Parker County Texas   Texas State Highway Department
    1948 Medina County, Texas Road map. Texas State Highway Department
    1948 General Highway Map of Navarro County, Texas   Texas State Highway Department
    1949 General Highway Map of Tarrant County, Texas   Texas State Highway Department
    1949 Road Map of Tarrant County Shows expanding radius surrounding central Fort Worth, roads, towns and precincts.  Henry Cook, County Engineer
    1949 Road Map of Tarrant County Shows expanding radius surrounding central Fort Worth, roads, towns and precincts.  Henry Cook, County Engineer
    1949 Highway Map of Southwestern United States Fold-out road map created for Mobil. Rand McNally and Co.
    1949 Naugle Place: An Addition to Saginaw, Texas Map of lots One to Four, lots One to Ten, Block Two and lots One to Six of Block Three.  Brookes Baker, surveyor
    1949 Chamberlin Arlington Heights, First Filing Block 90, parts of lots 9, 10 and 11. Shows Camp Bowie Boulevard, Prevost Street and Pershing Avenue. Brookes Baker, surveyor
    1949 City Growth: Annexations of the City of Fort Worth, Texas, 1873-1955   Fort Worth Department of Public Works
    1949 Structural Map of West Texas Showing proven and possible Pennsylvanian reef areas of the East Permian Basin also deep producing area of the Permian Basin. William W. Spacek
    1949 Lexington   United States Army Corps of Engineers
    1949 Map of the Southwest Highway map primarily of Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana. Rand McNally
    1949 Ashburn's Fort Worth (Ashburn's Fort Worth '49 Map) Highways, street numbers, street guide index, enlarged business section, enlarged insert of Lake Worth and Eagle Mountain Lake. J. Foster Ashburn
    1949 L. J. Burgess Estate Near Eagle Mountain Lake Shows lot ownership. Carter and Burgess
    1949 Colonel M.T. Johnson Cemetery Petition to Commissioners Court of Tarrant County regarding creation of cemetery. Second sheet is a plat showing the legal description and boundary of the cemetery.  R.A. Hayes (surveyor)
    1900s, circa Office Map of City of Polytechnic Map shows piping plan of water works system. Unknown
    1920, circa Relief Map of the Texas Christian University Vicinity Copy from TCU Bulletin with copy of article in 1837 Fort Worth Daily Gazette describing plans for a Fort Worth hospital. Unknown
    1920, circa Baird Quadrangle   U.S. Geological Survey
    1920s, circa Mapa Ilustrado de la Republica Mexicana Graphic illustrated map of Mexico showing the provinces and unique cultural aspects of Mexico.  Published for Margaret M. Crane and Eugenio Fishgrund
    1920s, circa Bellaire Estates: An Addition to Fort Worth, Texas Shows numbered lots North of Westcliff Road North along Simondale Drive and Alton Road. Unknown
    1922, circa Map of Surveys Within and Surrounding Fort Worth Page 2 of Abstract Number 54919. Shows land ownership. Home Abstract Company
    1930, after Whitson's Map of Walker County, Alabama   Bethel Whitson Company, Birmingham, Alabama
    1930, after Whitsons Map of Marion County, Alabama   Bethel W. Whitson Company
    1930, circa Plan and Profile of Proposed County Highway, Riverside Albright Bridge Project Number 24. Portion of set of 18 sheets. Tarrant County Highway Department
    1930s, circa Plat Maps Along Samuels Avenue One map across three sheets. Unknown
    1937-1939, circa Ashburn's Map of Fort Worth, Texas The blue line print has a memo note with research of dates done on it, has a brass grommet that has been taped to the center of the map.  Encapsulated with stickie underneath. J. Foster Ashburn
    1940, circa Map of Texas and Oil Fields Area North of Austin, South of Wichita Falls, West of US 81 and East of San Angelo. Map pencil designate oil fields. Handwritten on back: "Map of Texas Showing Some Oil Fields". Unknown
    1940s, circa Official Arrow City Map: Greater Fort Worth Fold-out road map with attached sleeve. Arrow
    1948, circa Map of Fort Worth Map of Fort Worth with street index and downtown map on back. Hand drawn annotations divide the city into zones. Leon Keeble
    1936, circa "As the Crow Flies" A 200 ft. "Airline" Boulevard Between Fort Worth and Dallas Artist rendering of aerial view showing route of proposed highway  between Fort Worth and Dallas. Chairman Highway Committee
    1917, 1923 Station Map - Track - Structures - of Fort Worth Belt Railway Two copies. Office of the Chief Engineer of Fort Worth, Texas
    1930 Land Sold by Fort Worth Stockyards Company to Fort Worth Belt Railway Company
    Plat map. K. Robey
    1949 Map of Fort Worth, Centennial Edition
    Compiled from deed records and actual surveys.
    Brookes Baker