West Virginia -- Maps
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Map depicting the C & O Railroad network in the Mid-Atlantic and Midwestern states (Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, West Virginia, Virginia, Washington, DC, and New York. Though undated, the map was issued some time between 1947, when the C & O acquired the Pere Marquette Railway of Michigan and Ontario, and 1972, when it adopted a new corporate name following a merger with the ancient Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
The map is extensively markep up with notes in colored pen and rubber stamp, and on the reverse it notes that it was transferred to the U. S. Census Bureau on May 17, 1938.
Geological Map of a Portion of the Flat-Top Coal Field Showing the Approximate Outcrop of the Pocahontas or No. 3 Coal Bed in McDowell County, West Virginia
Map shows the coal beds at Flat-Top Coal Fields in McDowell County, West Virginia. It contains an index of openings in the coal bed, and a scale of sections, as well as a key to limestone and shale locations.
This is a richly colored and detailed map of Kenova, W. Va., but with considerable damge from age.
This is a very clearly executed street map of Bluefield, West Virginia, published in 1929 by the Bluefield Chamber of Commerce.
This is a very unusual map of Welch, W. Va., printed in black and white on canvas-type material. A street map of Welch occupies the center of the map, surrounded by advertisements, photos of Welch buildings and locations, and a detailed description of the town's attractions. Published by Sam R. Pennington Publicity Service, Princeton, W. Va.
Map shows towns and geographic features of Greenbrier County, West Virginia. Reproduction was created in 1973.
Map shows Pocahontas Coal Field, with index of mines and their owners. Map is bordered by images of the mines listed on the map.
This map of Beckley, W. Va., number of handwritten notes in the margin, and a stamp on the back stating that the map was transferred to U. S. Census Bureau on May 17, 1938.