Maps. Map Collection
Found in 333 Collections and/or Records:
Map shows highways of Franklin County, Virginia, with a mileage table and some inset maps of individual towns.
Map focuses on charting the waters of the Delaware and Chesapeake Bays, with depths marked in feet. Contains notes that include a tidal chart and sailing directions into each bay. This map was originally published in 1855 and reissued in 1882, after the principle surveyours had died.
Map includes a legend; it is in the negative.
Map of Virginia is accompanied by a great deal of text describing the various aspects of the state as delineated in the map's title. Information continues onto an appendix. Furthermore, map likely comes from Carey and Lea's American Atlas, printed several times from 1822 to 1827.
Map shows George Washington National Forest in two parts (and on two sides): the northern and southern halves. In addition to a key map and a legend, the map contains illustrations of various points of interest, along with information about those locations.
Map shows Abingdon, Virginia, with plot owners identified.
Map shows the corporation limit of Christiansburg, Virginia, with hand-colored boundary line and non-corporate entities.
Map shows the town of Fincastle in Botetourt County, Virginia. It contains the names of property owners in the town, as well as locations of structures on land parcels.
Map of Richmond comes from pages 63-64 of Gray's The National Atlas, published in 1884. This item has been extracted from a full book, and its reverse (p. 63) is part of the map that shows Maryland and Delaware.