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Guide to the Historical Map Collection


EASTERN UNITED STATES


Maps of the Eastern United States as a whole, or large parts of it, will be found here. Maps of Virginia as a whole will be found under: VIRGINIA . Maps of Virginia counties will be found under: VIRGINIA COUNTIES and SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA . Maps of Virginia cities and towns will be found under: VIRGINIA CITIES AND TOWNS . Maps of cities and states outside of Virginia will be found under: UNITED STATES BY STATE, and CITY .

Seventeenth Century

Nova Terrae-Mariae Tabula. Ca. 17th century. Reproduction; 18 x 14 in. [FOLDER A-1]

Belgii Novi, Angliae Novae, et Partis Virginiae. Ca. 17th century. 19 x 16 in. [FOLDER A- 1]

Virginia et Florida. Iodocus Hondius, 1607. Reproduction; 18 x 14 in. [FOLDER A-1]

Belgica et Anglia Nova. Willem Janszoon Blaeu, 1635. Reproduction; 18 x 24 in. [FOLDER A-1]

Nova Belgica et Anglia Nova. Willem Janszoon Blaeu, 1635. Reproduction; 18 x 24 in. [FOLDER A-1]

Virginiae Partis Austalis, et Floridae Partis Orientalis. Johan Blaeu, ca. 1650. 20 x 23 in. [FOLDER A-1]

Virginia and Maryland as it is Planted and Inhabited This Present Year 1670. Augustin Herrman, 1673. Reproduction; 35 x 41 in. [FOLDER A-1]

Virginia and Maryland as it is Planted and Inhabited This Present Year 1670. Augustin Herrman, 1673. Reproduction; 1 map on 4 sheets; each 16 x 19 in. [FOLDER A-1]

Virginiae Partis Australis, Et Floridae Partis Orientalis. Reproduction. 14 x 12 in. [FOLDER A- 1]


Eighteenth Century

L'amerique Septentrionale. L'Academie Royale de Sciences, Paris, 1700. Reproduction; 22 x 18 in. [FOLDER A-2]

A New and Exact Map of the Dominions of the King of Britian on the Continent of North America. Herman Moll, 1715. Reproduction; 36 x 21 in. [FOLDER A-2]

A New Map of Virginia, Maryland, and the Improved Parts of Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. 1719. Reproduction; 21 x 24 in. [FOLDER A-2]

New France. Reiner Ottens, 1745. Reproduction; 18 x 24 in. [FOLDER A-2]

Parte de L'amerique Septentrionale, Qui Comprend Le Cours De L'ohio, La Nouvelle Angleterre, La Nouvelle York, Le New Jersey, La Pensylvanie, Le Maryland, La Virginie, La Caroline. Robert de Vaugondy, ca. 1750. 22 x 29 in. [FOLDER A-2]

Carte de la Virginie, de la Baye Chesapeack, et Pays Voisins (Cheasapeake Bay and tributaries in Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, and Southern Pennsylvania). Bellin, 1757. 11 x 7.25 in. [FOLDER A-2]

A New and Accurate Map of Virginia and Part of Maryland and Pennsylvania. London: John Bew, 1780. 10 3/4 x 15 in. [FOLDER A-2]

A New and Correct Map of the United States of North America. Abel Buel, 1783. Reproduction; 19 x 24 in. [FOLDER A-2]

Map of the United States in North America: with the British, French, and Spanish Dominions Adjoining, According to the Treaty of 1783. Thomas Kitchen, 1783. Reproduction; 17 x 20 in. [FOLDER A-2]

Carte des Etats-Unis de l'Amerique, Suivant de Traite de Paix de 1783. Jean Lattre, 1784. Reproduction; 25 x 33 in. [FOLDER A-2]

The United States of America According to the Treaty of Peace of 1784. Reproduction; 8 x 7 in. [FOLDER A-2]

A Map of the Country Between Ablemarle Sound and Lake Erie, Comprehending the Whole of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and Pennsylvania. John Stockdale, 1787. 24 x 24 in. [FOLDER A-2]

The Marches of Lord Cornwallis in the Southern Provinces, Now States of North America Comprehending the Two Carolinas, with Virginia and Maryland and the Deleware Counties. William Eaden, 1787. One map on two sheets. Reproduction; 16 x 12 in. [FOLDER A- 2]

Map of the Southern States of America. J. Russell, 1795. Reproduction; 16 x 21 in. [FOLDER A-2]

Part of the United States of North America. Weld, 1798. 14 x 12 in. [FOLDER A-2]


Nineteenth Century

United States of America, Southern Part. From Pinkerton's Modern Atlas, 1809. 22 x 33 in. [FOLDER A-3]

Southern Section of the United States, Including Florida. John Melish, 1816. Reproduction; 18 x 23 in. [FOLDER A-3]

Sketch C Showing the Progress of the Survey in Section III From 1843 to 1852. (Covering Chesapeake Bay). U.S. Coast Survey, 1852. 24 x 36 in. [FOLDER A-3]

General Chart of Delaware and Chesapeake Bays and the Seacoast from Cape May to Cape Henry. A. D. Bache, 1855. 32 x 36 in. [FOLDER A-3]

Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Southern Part of Florida. J. Bartholomew, 1875. 13 x 18 in. [FOLDER A-3]

Map Showing the Position of the Morris Estates, Western Virginia. 1882. 36 x 30 in. [FOLDER A-3]



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VIRGINIA


Before 1850

Americae Pars, Nunc Virginia. Autore Ioane, ca. 18th century. Reproduction; 16 x 12 in. [FOLDER A-4]

A Map of Virginia and Maryland. Reproduction; 19 x 15 in. [FOLDER A-4]

Nova Virginiae Tabula. Ca. 17th century. Reproduction; 20 x 16 in. [FOLDER A-4]

Virginia. Captain John Smith, 1606 (drawn by William Holes). Reproduction; 16 x 13 in. [FOLDER A-4]

Virginia et Florida. Iodocus Hondius, 1607. 18 x 14 in. [FOLDER A- 1]

Virginiae Partis Australis et Floridae. Reproduction; ca. early 18th century. 15 x 12 in. [FOLDER A-1]

A New Map of Virginia, Maryland, and the Improved Parts of Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. 1719. Reproduction; 21 x 24 in. [FOLDER A-2]

A Survey of the Northern Neck of Virginia, Being the Lands Belonging to the Rt. Honorable Thomas Lord Fairfax Baron Cameron, Bounded by and Within the Bay of Chesapoyocke and Between the Rivers Rappahannock and Potowmack: With the Courses of the Rivers Rappahannock and Potowmack, in Virginia as Surveyed According to Order in the Years 1736 and 1737. Reproduction; 18 x 26 in. [FOLDER A-4]

Parte de l'Amerique Septentrionale, Qui Comprend le Cours de l'Ohio, la Nouvelle Angleterre, la Nouvelle York, le New Jersey, la Pensylvanie, le Maryland, la Virginie, la Caroline. Robert de Vaugondy, ca. 1750. 22 x 29 in. [FOLDER A-2]

Carte de la Virginie, de la Baye Chesapeack, et Pays Voisins (Cheasapeake Bay and tributaries in Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, and Southern Pennsylvania). Bellin, 1757. 11 x 7.25 in. [FOLDER A-2]

Map of the Maritime Parts of Virginia. P.E.D. Delin, ca. 1776. 11 x 10 in. [FOLDER A- 4]

A New and Accurate Map of Virginia and Part of Maryland and Pennsylvania. London: John Bew, 1780. 10 3/4 x 15 in. [FOLDER A-2]

A New and Correct Map of the United States of North America. Abel Buel, 1783. Reproduction; 19 x 24 in. [FOLDER A-2]

Map of the United States in North America: with the British, French, and Spanish Dominions Adjoining, According to the Treaty of 1783. Thomas Kitchen, 1783. Reproduction; 17 x 20 in. [FOLDER A-2]

Carte des Etats-Unis de l'Amerique, Suivant de Traite de Paix de 1783. Jean Lattre, 1784. Reproduction; 25 x 33 in. [FOLDER A-2]

A Map of the Country Between Ablemarle Sound and Lake Erie, Comprehending the Whole of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and Pennsylvania. John Stockdale, 1787. 24 x 24 in. [FOLDER A-2]

Map of the Southern States of America. J. Russell, 1795. Reproduction; 16 x 21 in. [FOLDER A-2]

A Map of the Most Inhabited Part of Virginia and Maryland. Joshua Fry and Peter Jefferson, 1775. Reproduction; 1 map on 4 sheets; each sheet 17 x 25 in. [FOLDER A-4]

The State of Virginia from the Best Authorities. Samuel Lewis, 1794. Reproduction; 15 x 21 in. [FOLDER A-4]

A Map of the State of Virginia, Compiled for Rawle's Hot-Pressed Edition of Jefferson's Notes. B. Tanner, 1801. 15 x 20 in. [F230/J46]

Geographical, Statistical, and Historical Map of Virginia. Carey and Lea, 1827. 18 x 22 in. [FOLDER A-4]

Map of Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware, Exhibiting Post-Offices, Post Roads, Canals, Rail Roads, Poetc. David M. Burr, 1839. Reproduction; 34 x 46 in. [FOLDER A-4]

Virginia, Exhibiting Its Internal Improvements, Roads, Distances, etc. J. H. Young, 1835. Reproduction; 14 x 16 in. [FOLDER A-4]

Map of Routes and Distances to the Mineral Springs of Western Virginia. G. and W. Endicott, 1846. 11 x 15 in. [RA807/V7/B9]

A New Map of Virginia, with its Canals, Roads and Distances. S. Augustus Mitchell, 1846. 13 x 15 in. [FOLDER A-4]

A Map of the Internal Improvements of Virginia. C. Crozet, 1848. Reproduction; 18 x 27 in. [FOLDER A-4]


1850-1869

Map of the State of Virginia from the Latest Authorities. Ca. 1850. 12 x 14 in. [FOLDER A-5]

Virginia. J. H. Colton, 1855. 16 x 19 in. [FOLDER A-5]

Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware. Ca. 1855. 11 x 13 in. [FOLDER A- 5]

Map of the State of Virginia. Herman Boye, 1859. Reproduction; 1 map on 9 sheets; each 19 x 28 in. [FOLDER A-5]

Map of Routes and Distances to the Virginia Springs. P. S. Duval and Son, 1859. 13 x 16 in. [RA807/V7/M86]

County Map of Virginia and West Virginia. S. Augustus Mitchell, 1863. 12 x 15 in. [FOLDER A-5]


1870-89

Map of the Springs Region of Virginia. Edward A. Pollard, 1870. 11 x 12 in. [F231/P77]

Map of Virginia, Constructed on the Rectangular Tangential Projection. M. F. Maury, 1871. 17 x 34 in. [F231/M46]

County Map of Virginia and West Virginia. S. Augustus Mitchell, 1874. 12 x 15 in. [FOLDER A-6]

Hotchkiss' Geological Map of Virginia and West Virginia. The Geology by Prof. William B. Rogers. Showing Proposed Routes of the Richmond and Southwestern Railway. Ca. 1875. Reproduction; 14 x 21 in. [FOLDER A-6]

County Map of Virginia and West Virginia. S. Augustus Mitchell, 1878. 12 x 15 in. [FOLDER A-6]

Hotchkiss' Geological Map of Virginia and West Virginia. The Geology by Prof. William B. Rogers. Special Edition, Showing Shenandoah Valley Railroad and Proposed Extensions. Ca. 1880. 15 x 22 in. [FOLDER A-6]

Map Showing Location of and Railways to the Flat-Top and New River Coking Coal-Field of Virginia and West Virginia. Jed Hotchkiss, 1888. 15 x 11 in. [FOLDER A-6]


1890-1920

Map of Routes and Distances to the Virginia Springs. P.S. Duval and Son's lith. Phil., ca. 1890. 16 x 12 in. [FOLDER A-7]

Luray, Virginia: the Valley Land and Improvement Company. [Map of Shenandoah Valley.] A. Zeese and Co., 1890. 14 x 20 in. [FOLDER A-7]

Topographic Maps of Virginia. U.S. Geological Survey, ca. 1890. 63 maps; each 17 x 20 in. [FOLDER A-12]

Map of James River, Virginia and Vicinity. Virginia Navigation Company (drawn by E. A. Barber, Jr.; photo. lith. by A. Hoen & Co.), 1899. 16 x 12 in. [FOLDER A-8]

Western Half of Virginia and West Virginia. Geo. F. Cram, 1900. 18 x 27 in. [FOLDER F-4]

Population Near Hampton Roads, Va. 1907. Folded Map. [FOLDER A-8]

Rand McNally and Co.'s Indexed County and Railroad Pocket Map and Shipper's Guide of Virginia. Rand McNally, 1910. 21 x 28 in. with index attached. [FOLDER A-8]

Topographic Maps of Virginia. U.S. Geological Survey, ca. 1915. 55 maps; each 17 x 20 in. [FOLDER A-12]

State of Virginia Coal Fields and Producing Districts. U.S. Geological Survey, 1919. 32 x 16 in. [FOLDER A-8]


1921 to Present

A Historical Map of Virginia. GHQ Committee of the Kappa Alpha order, 1925. 10 x 15 in. [Folder A-9]

Virginia. U.S. Department of the Interior Geological Survey, 1927, reprinted 1944. 32 x 17 in. [FOLDER A-9]

Topographical Map of the State of Virginia. Virginia State Commission on Conservation and Development, 1928. [Historical Map Collection Box 1]

Map of Virginia... Showing Natural Resources and Principal 1928 Crop Acreages, Livestock Census, Etc. State Planters Bank and Trust Company (Richmond, VA), 1929. 14 x 22 in. [FOLDER A-9]

Commonwealth of Virginia State Highway System and Connections. Virginia State Highway Commission, 1932-37. 5 maps; each 19 x 32 in. [FOLDER A-9]

Post Route Map of the State of Virginia Showing Post Offices. Postmaster General, 1935. 33 x 52 in. [FOLDER A-10]

Maryland, Delaware, District of Columbia, Virginia, and West Virginia Road Map for 1930. General Drafting Co., 1938. 22 x 32 in. [FOLDER A-9]

Shell Official Road Map of Delaware - Maryland - Virginia - W. Virginia. H. M. Gousha Co., [1938]. 18 x 24 in. [FOLDER A-9]

Master Development Plan Blue Ridge Parkway and Parks. National Park Service, Branch of Plans and Design, 1940. One map on two sheets, 19 x 46 in. [FOLDER A-10]

Millboro, Virginia Quadrangle. U. S. Geological Survey, 1949. 21 x 17 in. [FOLDER A-9]

George Washington National Forest, Virginia-West Virginia. U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1950. 24 x 30 in. [FOLDER A-9]

Virginia, Showing Minor Civil Divisions and Magisterial Districts. U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1950. 34 x 50 in. [FOLDER A-10]

Virginia Mineral Resources. Virginia Engineering Experiment Station, 1953. 29 x 62 in. [FOLDER A-10]

State of Virginia. U.S. Geological Survey, 1954. 30 x 64 in. [FOLDER A- 10]

[Hanover, King William, Henrico, New Kent, King and Queen, and Charles City Counties]. 1956. Reproduction; 24 x 18 in. [FOLDER A-10]

Virginia Base Map. Virginia Department of Highways, Division of Traffic and Planning, 1965. 32 x 63 in. [FOLDER A-10]

Delaware - Maryland - Virginia - West Virginia. Rand McNally & Co., 1967. 18 x 34 in. [FOLDER A-10]

Delaware - Maryland - Virginia - West Virginia. Rand McNally & Co., 1972. 26 x 36 in. [FOLDER A-10]

Delaware - Maryland - Virginia - West Virginia. Rand McNally & Co., 1973. 18 x 34 in. [FOLDER A-10]

Delaware, Maryland, Virginia-West Virginia. H. M. Gousha Co., 1973. 18 x 38 in. [FOLDER A-10]

Physiographic and Soil Parent Material Map of Virginia. n.d. 11 x 9 in. [FOLDER A-10]

Rand McNally Standard Map of Virginia. Rand McNally and Company, n.d. 26 x 20 in. [FOLDER A-10]

Topographic Maps of Va. U.S. Geological Survey, ca. 1920-1940. 42 Maps; each 17 x 20 in. [FOLDER A-12]


Virginia Independence Bicentennial Commission American Revolutionary War Map, 1774-1783. Virginia Independence Bicentennial Commission, 1976. 23 x 42 in. [FOLDER A-10]

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VIRGINIA COUNTIES


Counties in this section are listed in alphabetical order. Counties in Southwest Virginia will be found under: SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA and MONTGOMERY COUNTY, BLACKSBURG, CHRISTIANSBURG, AND RADFORD.

Map of Augusta County, Virginia. Jed. Hotchkiss, 1870. 26 x 48 in. [FOLDER B- 1]

Map of Augusta County. U.S. Army Chief of Engineers, 1875 (based on a map by Jed. Hotchkiss, 1865). 34 x 36 in. [FOLDER B-1]

Map of the "Old" Augusta Co. Fair Grounds at Staunton, Virginia. Valley Railroad Co., 1875. 22 x 36 in. [FOLDER B-1]

Map of the City of Staunton [Augusta County]. Norris Peters Co., 1891. 23 x 30.5 in. [FOLDER B-1]

Historical Map of Augusta County, Virginia, 1732-1872. J. R. Hildebrand, 1933. 23 x 37 in. [FOLDER B-1]

[Augusta County]. Harold F. McCormick, Walnut Grove Farm, Va. 1954. 2 maps showing buildings and property. 11 x 8 in. each. [FOLDER B-1]

Bedford County, Virginia (reproduction). S. S. Lynn, 1931. 23 x 20 in. [FOLDER B-1]

Historical Map of Bedford County, Virginia, 1750-1865. Roanoke Historical Society, 1973. 25 x 30 in. [FOLDER B-1]

Map Showing the Right of Way Through the Land of Joshua Justice on Knox Creek in Buchanan Co., Virginia. G.A. Rielly, 1917. 17 x 7 in. [FOLDER H-3]

[Fairfax County]. Potomac River ... from Indian Head to Georgetown. Survey of the Coast of the United States, 1875. 25 x 43 in. [FOLDER B-2]

[Fairfax County - Mount Vernon] . A group of 35 maps of various dates and sizes, originals and reproductions, connected with George Washington's estate in Mount Vernon. [FOLDER B-2]

Generalized Distribution of Soil Parent Rocks, Fauquier County, Virginia. 11 x 9 in. [FOLDER B-3]

Surface Relief, Drainage Systems and Cultural Features, Fluvanna County, Va. 1951. 11 x 9 in. [FOLDER B-3]

Copper Ridge Copper Mines, Greene Co., Va. Jed. Hotchkiss, 1877. 6 maps on 1 sheet; 14 x 22 in. [FOLDER B-3]

Hanover County, Virginia. Census office, 1913. 11 x 12 in. [FOLDER B- 3]

Smith's Map of Henrico County, Virginia from Actual Surveys. Kelly, Smith and Carpenter, 1853. Reproduction; 18 x 30 in. [FOLDER B- 3]

Highland County, Virginia. Census office, 1913. 14 x 12 in. [FOLDER B- 3]

King William County, Virginia. Census office, 1913. 10 x 9 in. [FOLDER B-3]

Map of Loudon County, Virginia. Yardley Taylor, 1853. Reproduction; 30 x 40 in. [FOLDER B-3]

Louisa County, Virginia. Census office, 1910. 11 x 9 in. [FOLDER B- 3]

Map of Madison County, Virginia. U.S. Army Chief of Engineers, 1875 (based on a map by Jed. Hotchkiss, 1866). 26 x 32 in. [FOLDER B-3]

Nelson County, Virginia. Census office, 1913. 11 x 10 in. [FOLDER B- 3]

Map of Hon. Wm. L. Scott's Estate with Cape-Charles, the Terminus of the N.Y., P. and N. R.R. and Adjacent Farms in Northampton Co., Va. Wm. Bauman, 1887. 25 x 40 in. [FOLDER B-3]

Pittsylvania County, Virginia [subdivisions]. Virginia Department of Highways, [1942?]. 23 x 25 in. [FOLDER B-3]

Pittsylvania County, Virginia, Showing Primary and Secondary Highway Systems. Virginia Department of Highways, 1942. 23 x 24 in. [FOLDER B-3]

Maneuver Grounds, Prince William and Fairfax Counties, Va. Maj. Edward Burr, 1904. 23 x 30 in. [FOLDER B-3]

Map of Rappahannock County, Virginia. U.S. Army Chief of Engineers, 1875 (based on a map by Jed. Hotchkiss, 1866). 27 x 35 in. [FOLDER B-4]

Rappahannock County, Virginia. Jed. Hotchkiss, 1877. 12 x 15 in. [FOLDER B-4]

[Rockbridge County]. Map of Survey of the Middlebrook and Brownsburg Turnpike. Board of Public Works, 1853. Reproduction; 7 x 19 in. [FOLDER B-4]

[Rockbridge County]. Topographical Map of the Guy's Run Iron Lands, Rockbridge Co., Va. Eng. Office of Jed. Hotchkiss, 1878. [reproduction] 19 x 12 in. [FOLDER B-4]

[Rockbridge County]. Irish Creek Property of the Misses Davidson. John Carmichael, 1891. [FOLDER B-4]

[Map of Rockbridge Co., ca. 1860s]. Reproduction, 1953. 23 x 17 in. [FOLDER B-4]

Presenting Your Map of Rockbridge County, Virginia. Western States Map Company, [n.d.]. 23 x 35 in. [FOLDER B-4]

Historical Map of Rockbridge County, Virginia, 1778-1865. Roanoke Valley Historical Society, 1973. 25 x 31 in. [FOLDER B-4]

Map of Rockingham County, Virginia. U.S. Army Chief of Engineers, 1875 (based on a map by Jed. Hotchkiss, 1866). 33 x 34 in. [FOLDER B-4]

Map of Rockingham County, Virginia ... Showing the Location of the Coal and Iron Lands and Projected Railroad of the Royal Land Company of Virginia. Jed. Hotchkiss, 1877. 19 x 21 in. [FOLDER B-4]

Preliminary Map of Surry County, Virginia. Jed. Hotchkiss, 1871. 10 x 12 in. [FOLDER B- 4]

Warren County, Virginia. Census office, 1913. 10 x 10 in. [FOLDER B- 4]

[Warwick County]. Carte de la Baie de Chesapeake. Antoine Smith, 1778. Reproduction; 19 x 28 in. [FOLDER B-4]

[Warwick County]. Preliminary Chart of Hampton Roads and Elizabeth River, Virginia. U.S. Coast Survey, 1857. [FOLDER B-4]




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VIRGINIA CITIES AND TOWNS


Cities and towns in Southwest Virginia will be found under: SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA and MONTGOMERY COUNTY, BLACKSBURG, CHRISTIANSBURG and RADFORD.


Alexandria

Plan of the Town of Alexandria, in the District of Columbia. I. V. Thomas, 1798. Reproduction; 18 x 23 in. [FOLDER B-5]

Birds Eye View of Alexandria, Va. Chas. Magnus, 1863. Reproduction; 18 x 23 in. [FOLDER B-5]


Charlottesville

[Birds Eye View of Charlottesville, Virginia]. 1856. Reproduction; 23 x 32 in. [FOLDER B- 5]


Fredericksburg

Map of the City of Fredericksburg, with the Location of the ... Dam, Canals, and Mill Sites. Stewart Chase, Carter Braxton, ca. 1850. Reproduction; 45 x 23 in. [FOLDER B-5]

Historical Map of Fredericksburg, Virginia. City Manager, 1931. 9 x 12 in. [FOLDER B- 5]


Jamestown

Jamestown Exposition, 1907: Plan of Exposition Grounds and Buildings. J. N. Matthews Co., 1907. 10 x 10 in. [FOLDER B-5]

Naval Review, Jamestown Exposition, 26th April 1907. U. S. Hydrographic Office, ca. 1907. 15 x 21 in. [FOLDER B-5]


Lynchburg

Map of South Lynchburg, Showing Building Sites for Sale by the South Lynchburg Land Co. Ca. 1890. 24 x 30 in. [FOLDER B-6]

Lynchburg, Va. [Business District] . Nathan Nirenstein, ca. 1950. 27 x 37 in. [FOLDER B- 6]


Newport News

Perspective Map of Newport News, Va. American Publishing Co., 28 in. [ 1891. Reproduction; 23 x 36 in. [FOLDER B-7]


Norfolk

Norfolk Harbor, Virginia. Survey of the Coast of the United States, 1857. 22 x 17. [FOLDER B- 7]

Topographical Map of Norfolk, Virginia. Thomas Bernard, 1880. 28 x 31 in. [FOLDER B- 7]

Norfolk, Showing Property and Lines of the Norfolk and Western Railroad and Proposed Belt Line. Chief Engineer, Norfolk and Western Railroad, 1890. 13 x 18 in. [FOLDER B-7]

Map of Norfolk and Vicinity. C. F. Petrie, 1906. 30 x 43 in. [FOLDER B- 7]

Commerical Map of Norfolk, Portsmouth, and South Norfolk. P. L. Smith, ca. 1926. 40 x 59 in. [FOLDER B-7]

Norfolk, Va. [Business District]. Nathan Nirenstein, 1929. 22 x 31 in. [FOLDER B-7]

Norfolk, Va. [Business District]. Nathan Nirenstein, ca. 1950. 27 x 37 in. [FOLDER B-7]


Petersburg

Petersburg:"This view is taken on an eminence about half a mile north of the central part of the town. In the center is seen the Depot of the Richmond and Petersburg Railroad. On the right the Appomattox river, and beyond the principal part of Petersburg," Pencil drawing, n.d. 8 x 12 in. [FOLDER B-7]


Portsmouth

Map of Portsmouth, 1921. Revised Oct. 1923 showing recent changes in street names. 35 x 38 in. [FOLDER B-7]

Portsmouth, Va. [Business District]. Nathan Nirenstein, ca. 1950. 27 x 37 in. [FOLDER B-7]


Richmond

[Richmond, Virginia]. William Byrd the Elder. Reproduction; 11 x 9 in. [FOLDER B-8]

Plan of Part of the City of Richmond, Shewing the Situation of the Proposed Building. Benjamin Henry Latrobe, 1798. Reproduction; 18 x 23 in. [FOLDER B-8]

Office Map of the City of Richmond, Va. and Surroundings. 1872. Reproduction; 18 x 23 in. [FOLDER B-8]

Map of the Town of Manchester [Now Part of Richmond]. J. F. Zeilinger Caracristi, 1873. 19 x 24 in. [FOLDER B-8]

Gray's New Map of Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia. Ca. 1884. 14 x 18 in. [FOLDER B- 8]

Points of Interest, City of Richmond, Virginia, and Environs. Department of Public Works, 1923. 12 x 16 in. [FOLDER B-8]

Richmond, Va. [Business District]. Nathan Nirenstein, ca. 1950. 22 x 31 in. [FOLDER B- 8]

Business Section, City of Richmond. Nirenstein's National Realty Map Co., ca. 1950. 27 x 37 in. [FOLDER B-8]

Map of the City of Richmond, Virginia, 1861-85. City of Richmond, VA, 1961. 32 x 24 in. [FOLDER B-8]


Williamsburg

City of Williamsburg, Virginia. Reproduction; 13 x 8 in. [FOLDER B-8]

Carte des Environs de Williamsburg en Virginie ou les Armees Francoise et Americaine One Campe's en Septembre 1781. Desandrouins, 1781. Reproduction; 19 x 14 in. [FOLDER B- 8]

A True Mapp of the Town of Williamsburg (historical reproduction). Frank E. Patterson, III, 1940. 26x17 in. [FOLDER B-8]


Yorktown

Carte de l'Investissem et des Attaques de York en Virginie Partes Armees Attiees d'Amerique et de France, au Mois d'October 1781. Major Captaine Du Chesnoy, 1781. Reproduction; 18 x 12 in. [FOLDER B-8]

Plan of the Siege of York Town in Virginia. William Faden, cartographer to King George III. Reproduction; 24 x 17 in. [FOLDER B-8]

Colonial National Monument: Yorktown Battlefield, Virginia. U.S. Geological Survey, 1931. 28 x 24 in. [FOLDER J-3]



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SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA


As defined here, Southwest Virginia encompasses the following counties: Alleghany, Bland, Botetourt, Buchanan, Carroll, Craig, Dickenson, Floyd, Franklin, Giles, Grayson, Henry, Lee, Patrick, Pulaski, Roanoke, Scott, Smyth, Tazewell, Washington, Wise, and Wythe. It also includes the independent cities of Bristol, Covington, Galax, Martinsville, Norton, Radford, Roanoke, and Salem. Maps of Montgomery County and Radford will be found under: MONTGOMERY COUNTY, BLACKSBURG, CHRISTIANSBURG, AND RADFORD.


Maps Covering More Than One County

Map of Southwest Virginia. 20 x 12 in. [FOLDER C-1]

Map of the Summit Level of the Alleghany at the Heads of the Roanoke and New River. Claudius Crozet, 1827. Reproduction; 1 map on 7 sheets (6 sheets 15 x 21 in.; 1 sheet 15 x 15 in.). [FOLDER C-1]

A Map of the Country between Lynchburg and New River, Shewing in Red Lines the Surveys made for a Connexion between Them. Claudius Crozet, 1831. Reproduction; 1 map on 6 sheets; each 18 x 24 in. [FOLDER C-1]

Southwest Virginia Resources. C. R. Boyd, 1881. 22 x 33 in. [FOLDER C- 1]

Topographical Map Showing Possible Railway Routes to Great Ohio Coal Basin from Norfolk and Western Railway. Jed. Hotchkiss, 1881. 16 x 27 in. [FOLDER C-1]

Southwest Virginia: Mineral Resources and Railway Facilities. C. R. Boyd, C. E., 1883. 23 x 37 in. [FOLDER C-1]

Virginia-West Virginia, Dublin Sheet. U.S. Geological Survey, 1884. Reproduction; 21 x 17 in. [FOLDER C-1]

Geological Map of the New River-Cripple Creek Region, Showing the Approximate Location of Ore Openings and Properties Tributary to the Cripple Creek Extension of the Norfolk and Western Railroad. E. V. d'Invilliers, 1887. 21 x 38 in. [FOLDER C-1]

New River Plateau Rwy Co.: Map showing proposed location from Ivanhoe Va. to North Carolina State Line. Office of Chief Engineer, Roanoke, Va. 1889. 35 x 29 in. [FOLDER C-1]

New River Cripple Creek Mineral Territory. Chief Engineer, Norfolk and Western Railroad, 1890. 17 x 17 in. [FOLDER C-1]

Reconnaissance Map, Christiansburg Sheet, Virginia-West Virginia. [Covers Montgomery, Floyd, and Craig Counties.] Henry Garinett, 1890. Reproduction; 23 x 30 in. [FOLDER C-1]

Map Showing the Early County Boundaries in the Territory West of the Blue Ridge and the Present County Lines in the Mountain Empire. F.B. Kegley, 1974. 12 x 18 in. 2 copies. [FOLDER C-1]

Map of Montgomery County and Pulaski County with Blacksburg, Christiansburg and Radford, Virginia. Terrascape Publications, 1995. 24 x 36 in. [FOLDER D-1]

Map of Washington & Smyth Counties with Abingdon, Glade Spring, Marion Saltville & Chilhowie, Virginia. Mass Marketing, Inc., 2000. 23 x 35 in. [FOLDER C-1]


Alleghany County

Sketch Map of the Rich Patch Iron Ore Lands and Mines, Alleghany County, Virginia. [1911?]. 14 x 24 in. [FOLDER C-2]

Alleghany County, Virginia, Showing Primary and Secondary Highway Systems. Virginia Department of Highways, 1940. 22 x 24 in. [FOLDER C-2]

Sketch-map of the Douthat Survey, Alleghany and Bath Counties, Virginia. n.d. 10 x 18 in. [FOLDER C-2]

[Alleghaney County]. Map Showing the Position of Iron Ore Openings and Outcrops in Potts Valley, Virginia, and Their Location in Relation to the Drainage System of the Valley. A. E. Lehman, n.d. 12 x 22 in. [FOLDER C-2]


Bland County

[Bland County. Round Mountain Property--Prospectus]. W. E. Peery and C. R. Boyd, ca.1885. 12 x 18 in. [FOLDER C-2]

Map of Bland County, Showing Primary and Secondary Highway Systems. Virginia Department of Highways, 1940. 22 x 24 in. [FOLDER C-2]

Soil Associations, Bland County, Virginia. CML - Service Drafting, 1943. 11 x 9 in. [FOLDER C-2]


Botetourt County

Gray's New Map of Fincastle, Botetourt County, Virginia. O.W. Gray & Son.,1880. 12 x 16 in. [FOLDER C-2]

Map of Botetourt County, Showing Primary and Secondary Highway Systems. Virginia Department of Highways, 1940. 22 x 24 in. [FOLDER C-2]

Sketch-map to Accompany Report on D. S. Cook's North Mountain Property, Botetourt and Rockbridge Counties, Virginia. n.d. [FOLDER C-2]


Buchanan County

Big Sandy and Cumberland R.R. Map Showing the Right of Way through the Land of Riley Lester et al in Buchanan County, Virginia. G.A. Reilly, 1921. 30 x 8 in. [FOLDER H-3]

Big Sandy and Cumberland R.R. Map Showing the Right of Way through the Land of Frances Justus et al in Buchanan County, Virginia. G.A. Reilly, 1921. 30 x 8 in. [FOLDER H-3]

Right of Way Thru Land of S. E. Hall, Wife of Hiram Hall on Knox Creek, Buchanan Co., Va. W. M. Ritter Lumber Co., 1920. [FOLDER H-3]


Carroll County

Map of Carroll County, Showing State and County Roads. Virginia Department of Highways, 1932. 19 x 19 in. [FOLDER C-2]

Map of Carroll County, Showing Primary and Secondary Highway Systems. Virginia Department of Highways, 1940. 22 x 24 in. [FOLDER C-2]

Carroll County, Virginia, Showing Primary and Secondary Highways. Virginia Department of Highways, 1963. 24 x 19 in. [FOLDER C-2]

Cumberland Knob, Virginia - North Carolina Quadrangle. U. S. Geological Survey, 1965. 22 x 27 in. [FOLDER C-2]

Lambsburg, Virginia - North Carolina Quadrangle. U. S. Geological Survey, 1965. 22 x 27 in. [FOLDER C-2]

Sylvatus, Virginia Quadrangle. U. S. Geological Survey, 1965. 22 x 27 in. [FOLDER C-2]

Woodlawn, Virginia Quadrangle. U. S. Geological Survey, 1965. 22 x 27 in. [FOLDER C-2]

General Soil Map, Carroll County, Virginia. Soil Conservation Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1967. 22 x 16 in. [FOLDER C-2]

Cana, Virginia - North Carolina Quadrangle. U. S. Geological Survey, 1968. 22 x 27 in. [FOLDER C-2]

Dugspur, Virginia Quadrangle. U. S. Geological Survey, 1968. 22 x 27 in. [FOLDER C-2]

Fancy Gap, Virginia Quadrangle. U. S. Geological Survey, 1968. 22 x 27 in. [FOLDER C-2]

Hillsville, Virginia Quadrangle. U. S. Geological Survey, 1968. 22 x 27 in. [FOLDER C-2]

Laurel Fork, Virginia Quadrangle. U. S. Geological Survey, 1968. 22 x 27 in. [FOLDER C-2]

General Highway Map: Carroll County. Virginia Department of Highways, 1973. 27 x 19 in. [FOLDER C-2]


Craig County

Craig County, Virginia, Showing Primary and Secondary Highway Systems. Virginia Department of Highways, 1940. 22 x 24 in. [FOLDER C-2]


Dickenson County

Dickenson County, Virginia, Showing Primary and Secondary Highway Systems. Virginia Department of Highways, 1947. 19 x 24 in. [FOLDER C-2]


Floyd County

Map of Floyd County, Showing Primary and Secondary Highway Systems. Virginia Department of Highways, 1940. 22 x 24 in. [FOLDER C-2]

Indian Valley, Virginia Quadrangle. U. S. Geological Survey, 1968. 22 x 27 in. [FOLDER C-2]


Franklin County

Franklin County, Virginia, Showing Primary and Secondary Highway Systems. Virginia Department of Highways, 1947. 23 x 24 in. [FOLDER C-2]

A Settlement Map of Franklin County, Virginia, giving the Names and Locations of Many of the Early Settlers from 1786 to 1886. Franklin County Historical Society, 1976. 25 x 31 in. [FOLDER C-2]


Galax

Galax, Virginia Quadrangle. U. S. Geological Survey, 1965. 22 x 27 in. [FOLDER C-2]

1968 Annexation by City of Galax, Va. W. Harold Snead, City Engineer, 1966. 17 x 14 in. [FOLDER C-2]


Giles County

Little Stoney Game and Fish Preserve, Giles Co., Virginia. J. H. Wyse and G. E. Bane, 1926. 38 x 26 in. [FOLDER C-2]

Pearisburg Quadrangle. Virginia Geological Survey, 1932. 21 x 26 in. [FOLDER C-2]

Map of Giles County, Showing Primary and Secondary Highway Systems. Virginia Department of Highways, 1940. 22 x 24 in. [FOLDER C-2]

Map of Lake Hotel Corp. Property, Mt. Lake, Giles Co., Virginia. E. Staley Clements, Jr., 1960. 18x24 in. [FOLDER C-2]


Grayson County

Map of Grayson County, Virginia. S. M. Dickey and C. R. Boyd, 1897. 17 x 27 in. [FOLDER C-2]

Map of Grayson County, Virginia. S. M. Dickey and C. R. Boyd, 1897. Reproduction; 14 x23 in. [FOLDER C-2]

Map of Grayson County, Showing Primary and Secondary Highway Systems. Virginia Department of Highways, 1940. 22 x 24 in. [FOLDER C-2]

Map of Grayson County, Virginia, Showing Primary and Secondary Highways. Virginia Department of Highways, 1965. 27 x 19 in. [FOLDER C-2]

Map of Grayson County, Virginia, Showing Primary and Secondary Highways. Virginia Department of Highways, 1967. 27 x 19 in. [FOLDER C-2]

General Highway Map: Grayson County. Virginia Department of Highways, 1973. 27 x 19 in. [FOLDER C-2]

Rural Delivery Routes, Grayson County, Va. Post Office Department; undated. 24 x 54 in. [FOLDER C-2]


Henry County

Henry County, Va. [showing towns and magisterial districts.] County Court, 1913. 11 x 12 in. [FOLDER C-2]


Patrick County

Patrick County, Virginia, Showing Primary and Secondary Highway Systems. Virginia Department of Highways, 1941. 22 x 24 in. [FOLDER C-3]

Meadows of Dan, Virginia Quadrangle. U. S. Geological Survey, 1968. 22 x 27 in. [FOLDER C-3]

Mount Airy, North Carolina - Virginia North Quadrangle. U. S. Geological Survey, 1968. 22 x 27 in. [FOLDER C-3]

A New and Accurate Map of the County of Patrick, Virginia. Eugene M. Scheel, 1976. 20 x 16 in. [FOLDER C-3]


Pulaski County

[Survey plat for General James Hoge's 3,000 acres on Back Creek in Pulaski County], 1848. 12 x 15 in. [Ms92-045]

Map of Pulaski, Pulaski County, Virginia. Pulaski Land Company, 1884. 26 x 31 in. [FOLDER C-3]

Sanborn Insurance Map of Pulaski, Va. Sanborn-Perris Map Co., 1894. Reproduction; 2 sheets; each 18 x 21 in. [FOLDER C-3]

Pulaski County, Va. [showing towns and magisterial districts.] County Court, 1913. 9 x 11 in. [FOLDER C-3]

Map of the Radford Iron [Company's] property in Pulaski County, Virginia. W. J. Hall, city eng., 1924. 16 x 24 in. [FOLDER C-3]

Walter Wood lands, Pulaski County. W. J. Hall and Sons, 1924. 17 x 21 in. [FOLDER C-3]

Map of Pulaski County, Virginia. Wysor, Trinkle and Vail, Engineers, 1928. 8 x 11 in. [FOLDER C-3]

Pulaski County, Virginia, Showing Primary and Secondary Highway Systems. Virginia Department of Highways, 1947. 19 x 24 in. [FOLDER C-3]

Hiwassee, Virginia Quadrangle. U. S. Geological Survey, 1968. 22 x 27 in. [FOLDER C-3]

Settlement Map of Pulaski County, Virginia, Showing Names of Settlers and Settlements of Historical Interest From the Mid-Seventeen Hundreds. New River Historical Society, 1976. 23 x 30 in. 2 copies.[FOLDER C-3]

Pulaski County, Va., Historic Sites. New River Valley Historical Society, 1983. 18 x 24 in. [FOLDER C-3]

Self-Tour Map of Historic Newbern, the First County Seat of Pulaski County, 1839-1893. Newbern Promotional Bureau, 1994. 11 x 17 in. [FOLDER C-3]

Map of Montgomery County and Pulaski County with Blacksburg, Christiansburg and Radford, Virginia. Terrascape Publications, 1995. 24 x 36 in. [FOLDER D-1]


Roanoke and Roanoke County

Perspective Map of the City of Roanoke, Va. American Publishing Co., 1891. Reproduction; 23 x 34 in. [FOLDER C-4]

Properties of the Roanoke Gas and Water Company, Roanoke, Va. G. Wm. Baist, 1891. 26 x 30 in. [FOLDER C-4]

Map Showing Proposed Annexation of Virginia Heights, Raleigh Court, Wasena, Ghent and Norwich, Roanoke County, Va. 1919. 27 x 38 in. [FOLDER C-4]

Map of Roanoke, Va., and Environs. Office of City Engineer, 1928. 33 x 34 in. [FOLDER C- 4]

Map of Greater Roanoke, Va. McAlpine-Kay Co., 1928. 22 x 26 in. [FOLDER C-4]

Map of Roanoke City, Metropolitan Area, Salem and Vinton, Virginia. C. B. Malcolm, 1937. 26x32 in. [FOLDER C-4]

Map of Roanoke County, Showing Primary and Secondary Highway Systems. Virginia Department of Highways, 1940. 22 x 24 in. [FOLDER C-4]

Map of Subdivisions of Roanoke County, Showing Primary and Secondary Highway Systems. Virginia Department of Highways, [1940]. 22 x 24 in. [FOLDER C-4]

Map of Roanoke County, Virginia, Compiled from Actual Surveys, Land Maps, and Data furnished by the Appalachian Electric Power Co., Virginia State Highway Dept., Norfolk & Western R.R., Virginian Railway. [C. B. Malcolm?], 1942. 27 x 29 in. [FOLDER C-4]

Business Section, City of Roanoke. Nirenstein's National Realty Map Co., ca. 1950. 27 x 37 in. [FOLDER C-4]

Map Showing Historical, Cultural, & Scenic Points of Interest around Roanoke, Virginia. James Gibson, 1954. 16x18 in. [FOLDER C-4]

An Historical Map of Roanoke County, Virginia. J.R. Hildebrand, from Roanoke Times, September 29, 1968, p. C-8. 14 x 14 in. [FOLDER C-4]

An Historical Map of Roanoke County, Virginia. Roanoke Historical Society, 1968. 21 x 32 in. [FOLDER C-4]


Tazewell County

Plat of Lots for Sale at Wrights Summit, Clinch Valley Railroad, Tazewell Co., Va. W. H. Eichelberger. 19 x 15 in. [FOLDER C-5]

Map of the Flat-Top Land Trust. J.C. Miller, 1888. 29 x 32 in. [FOLDER F-4]

[Tazewell County]. Coal and Coke Operations In the Pocahontas Coal Field. Norfolk and Western Railroad, 1892. 13 x 32 in. [FOLDER C-5]

Map of the Pocahantas Coal Field. Pocahontas Operators Association, 1948. 3 copies. 31 x 39 in. [FOLDER F-4]

Tazewell County, Virginia [showing historic sites.] 1976. 20 x 26 in. [FOLDER C-5]


Washington County

Gray's New Map of Abingdon, Washington County, Virginia. O. W. Gray and Son, 1880. 17 x 28 in. [FOLDER C-5]

Washington County, Va., [showing towns and magisterial districts.] County Court, 1913. 9 x 13 in. [FOLDER C-5]

Riverside Mine, Washington County, Virginia (3 sheets). Ivanhoe Mining and Smelting Corporation, 1951. 42.5 x 32.5 in. [FOLDER C-5]


Wise County

Wise County, Virginia, Showing Primary and Secondary Highway Systems. Virginia Department of Highways, 1947. 19 x 24 in. [FOLDER C-5]


Wythe County

Gray's New Map of Wytheville, Wythe County, Virginia. O. W. Gray and Son, ca. 1880. [FOLDER C-5]

Austinville, Virginia Quadrangle. U. S. Geological Survey, 1965. 22 x 27 in. [FOLDER C-5]

Cripple Creek, Virginia Quadrangle. U. S. Geological Survey, 1968. 22 x 27 in. [FOLDER C-5]

A Settlement Map of Wythe County, Virginia, Giving the Names and Locations of Many of the Early Adventurers in the Territory from 1745 to 1858. Roanoke Historical Society, 1974. 25 x 32 in. 2 copies. [FOLDER C-5]



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MONTGOMERY COUNTY, BLACKSBURG, CHRISTIANSBURG, RADFORD



Montgomery County

Montgomery County. Capt. A. Campbell, Engineer Corp. 5 sheets, each 24 x 18 in. Virginia Hummel Collection [Folder D-9]

Historical Map of Montgomery County, Virginia, Giving the Names and Locations of Many of the Early Adventurers in the Territory from 1750 to 1865. Roanoke Historical Society, 1970. 2 copies. 23 x 29 in. [FOLDER D-1]

Montgomery County, Virginia, 1789. Netti Shreiner-Yantis, ca. 1975. 16 x 22 in. [FOLDER D- 1]

[Montgomery County and Surrounding Counties] . From Bishop Madison's map of Virginia, 1807. Reproduction; 15 x 12 in. [FOLDER D-1]

Map of Montgomery County, from Surveys and Reconnaissances by Liut. [Sic] C. S. Dwight. Confederate Engineer Bureau, 1864. 2 copies. Reproduction; 23 x 26 in. [FOLDER D- 1]

Map of the Blacksburg Railroad. Early 20th century. Map of Montgomery County area. 9 x 12 in. [FOLDER D-1]

Map of Montgomery County Virginia. Mountains, Streams, Towns, Roads, Coal, Property Owners, etc, etc. By W. F. Wall, engineer, assisted by Harry A. Wall. 1890-1925. Photocopy. 28.5 x 36 in. [FOLDER D-1]

Montgomery County Land-Use Map. Pre-1930. 30 x 39 in. [FOLDER D-1]

Map of Montgomery County, Showing Primary and Secondary Highways. Virginia Dept. of Highways, 1933. 19 x 21 in. [FOLDER D-1]

Map of the Property of William Plunkett. From survey made by W. F. Wall, 1901. Drawn by Harry A. Wall, 9-30-1936. Photocopy of original. Note: Plunkett Farm later was Brown Farm. 18 x 24 in. [FOLDER D-1]

Linkous-Vyule Addition. Appalachian Electric Power Company, 1949. 14 x 20 in. [FOLDER D-1]

Montgomery County, Virginia, Showing Primary and Secondary Highways. Virginia Dept. of Highways, 1969. 19 x 24 in. [FOLDER D-1]

Map of the L.K. Black Farm. A. Murrill Survey, ca. 1969. 24 x 18 in. Virginia Hummel Collection [Folder D-9]

Flood Insurance Rate Map, Montgomery County, Virginia (Unincorporated Areas) (12 sheets). National Flood Insurance Program (U.S.), 1978. 28 x 39 in. [FOLDER D-1]

Environmental and Cultural Features of Montgomery County. Montgomery County Planning Department, 1982. 19 x 24 in. 2 copies. [FOLDER D-1]

Map of Montgomery County and Pulaski County with Blacksburg, Christiansburg and Radford, Virginia. Terrascape Publications, 1995. 24 x 36 in. [FOLDER D-1]

[1937 Merrimac Community. Appalachian Studies Program and Landscape Architecture Program of Virginia Tech, 1996. 18 x 36 in. Ms96-012, note restrictions. [RR drawer 11]

Montgomery County, Virginia Street Map. Montgomery County Planning Department, 2000. 2 pieces, each 36 x 24 in. [FOLDER D-1]

Watershed Envelope [Prices Fork Vicinity Plat Map]. n.d. 18 x 24 in. [FOLDER D-1]


Fishburn Coal Land, Montgomery County

Property Map of J. B. Fishburn Coal Land. A. Murrill, 1938. 38 x 54 in. 4 copies, individually annotated. [FOLDER D-2]

Division of the Annie Laura Gerald Land, Vicker, Montgomery Co., Va. Childress Hall, 1939. 15 x 16 in. 2 copies. [FOLDER D-2]

Hard Coal Mines Inc. A. Murrill, 1939. 2 copies. 31 x 42 in. [FOLDER D- 2]

J. H. Wissler's Coal Property on Both Sides of Prices Mountain in Montgomery County, Virginia. W. J. Hall, 1911. 16 x 21 in. [FOLDER D-2]

Map of 482 Acres of Timber and Coal Land on Prices Mountain in Montgomery County, Virginia. W. J. Hall, 1914. 15 x 18 in. [FOLDER D-2]

Map of the Bessie Dunlap Coal Land, Price Mountain. A. Murrill, 1937. 21 x 32 in. 2 copies, individually annotated. [FOLDER D-2]

Plat of a Lot of Land Conveyed by Southern Anthracite Coal Company to H. L. Price. W. F. Wall, 1921. 16 x 24 in. [FOLDER D-2]

Plat of a Lot of Land Conveyed to Southern Anthracite Coal Company by H. L. Price and Wife. W. F. Wall, 1921. 8 x 16 in. [FOLDER D-2]

Plat of 133.23 Acres Sold by Hiram Hornbarger to Montgomery Anthracite Coal Co. W. F. Wall, 1903. 11 x 23 in. [FOLDER D-2]

Plat of the H. D. Linkous Land, Now Kacc, Price Mountain. California Company, 1948. 22 x 26 in. [FOLDER D-2]

Virginia Anthracite Coal Company Brush Mountain Property, Montgomery County, Va. Undated. 15 x 19 in. [FOLDER D-2]


Blacksburg

Montgomery County, Virginia. Reproduction of a 1789 map. 22 x 16 in. Virginia Hummel Collection. [Folder D-9]

Map of Division of Jacob Keister's Land. W.F. Wall, ca. 1902. 24 x 18 in. Virginia Hummel Collection. [FOLDER D-9]

Blacksburg. Map of Houston Farm of 177.28 Acres, Showing 4 Equal Divisions of 44.32 Acres Each. A. Murrill, Surveyor, 1910. 31 x 38 in. [FOLDER D-3]

Blacksburg. Preliminary and Location of Proposed Railroad Line. W. Dickenson, Senior Civil Engineering Class, 1911. 11 x 33 in. [FOLDER D-3]

Blacksburg. Map of the Mary Henderson Lots. A. Murrill, 1915. 25 x 29 in. [FOLDER D- 3]

Subdivision Map of the John L. Eakin Farm, Blacksburg, Va. A. Murrill, 1919. 17 x 20 in. [FOLDER D-3]

Map of Portion of West Blacksburg. W. Dickinson, ca. 1920. 23 x 36 in. [FOLDER D-3]

Map of Blacksburg Virginia, 1921. Sanborn Map Company. Reproduction; 7 sheets: 6 sheets 16 1/2 x 23 1/2 in., 1 sheet 11 x 17 in. [FOLDER D-3]

Map of Montgomery County Virginia. Mountains, Streams, Towns, Roads, Coal, Property Owners, etc, etc. By W. F. Wall, engineer, assisted by Harry A. Wall. 1890-1925. Photocopy. 28.5 x 36 in. [FOLDER D-1]

Map of Blacksburg, Va. Traced in the A.E. A.E.P. Co. Office from Map of W.L. Lancaster, Blacksburg, Va., 1927. 31 x 42 in. [FOLDER D-3]

Midhurst. J.M. McBryde Estate, Blacksburg, Va. W.F. Wall, 1932. Original, 30 x 18 in; blueprint, 29 x 17 in. [FOLDER D-3]

Map of the Town of Blacksburg. Traced by L. R. Hoilman, 1935. Retraced...1946. 18 x 21 in. [FOLDER D-3]

Blacksburg. U.S. Geological Survey, 1932. Reproduction; 9 x 14 in. [FOLDER D-3]

Map of Westview Cemetery [Blacksburg, Virginia]. Original drawing by H.C. Boyles, October 14, 1935. 30 x 40 in. [FOLDER D-8]

Map of Westview Cemetery [Blacksburg, Virginia]. Includes list of names of people buried in cemetery. Original drawing by H.C. Boyles, October 14, 1935. 30 x 40 in. [FOLDER D-8]

Map of Westview Cemetery. H.C. Boyles, ca. 1935. 2 sheets, 47 x 35 in. each. Virginia Hummel Collection. [FOLDER D-9]

Map of the Property of William Plunkett. From survey made by W. F. Wall, 1901. Drawn by Harry A. Wall, 9-30-1936. Photocopy of original. Note: Plunkett Farm later was Brown Farm. 18 x 24 in. [FOLDER D-1]

Map of the A. Black Property, Blacksburg, Virginia, Showing Subdivisions, Building Lots, Street, and Alleys. A. Murrill, 1937. 20 x 30 in. [FOLDER D-3]

Properties of the Blacksburg Realty Corporation and Reliance Mills. Blacksburg, Va. Childress Hall, 1939. [FOLDER D-3]

Mosaic of Town and Environs, Blacksburg, Virginia. William M. Sterrett, 1954. 11 x 17 in. [FOLDER D-4]

Street Map and Guide to Blacksburg, Virginia. 1956. 9 x 14 in. [FOLDER D-4]

Blacksburg, Virginia. Tom J. Pierce, Realtor, 1959. 10 x 14 in. [FOLDER D-4]

Town of Blacksburg Zoning Map (2 copies). May 11, 1965. 18 x 24 in. [FOLDER D- 4]

Town of Blacksburg, Va. Blacksburg SUN, 1965. 11 x 16 in. [FOLDER D-4]

Town of Blacksburg Official Street Map. January 1965. 18 x 23 in. [FOLDER D-4]

Smithfield Property (2 copies). Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1966. 35x30 in. [FOLDER D-5]

Town of Blacksburg Zoning Map. Reproduced by courtesy of the National Bank of Blacksburg, 1966. 9 x 12 in. [FOLDER D-5]

Blacksburg, Va. Zoning Map. January 1, 1968. 14 x 22 in. [FOLDER D-5]

Town of Blacksburg, Virginia, and Vicinity. Existing Land Use of Area Proposed for Annexation. Wiley and Wilson, Consulting Engineers, 1968. 16 x 23 in. [FOLDER D-5]

Plat of Survey of Property to be Acquired by the Town of Blacksburg. Clements and Draper, 1968. 9 x 14 in. [FOLDER D-1]

Plat of Survey of Property to be Acquired by the Town of Blacksburg. Clements and Draper, 1968 (revised 1989). 11 x 17 in. [FOLDER D-1]

Town of Blacksburg, Virginia, and Vicinity. Wiley and Wilson, Consulting Engineers, 1970. 42 x 74 in. [FOLDER D-5]

Blacksburg, Va. Zoning Map. Virginia Tech Alumni Association, 1970. 20 x 26 in. [FOLDER D-6]

[Black Cemetery Map (Blacksburg, Virginia)]. 1972 (revised 1983). 36 x 42 in. [FOLDER D-1]

Town of Blacksburg, Virginia. Blacksburg Engineering Dept., September 1973. 25 x 35 in. [FOLDER D-6]

Topo of Smithfield Plantation. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Physical Plant, 1974. 80 x 36 in. Rolled map. [DRAWER D]

Geology of the Blacksburg Quadrangle, Virginia. M. J. Bartholomew and W. D. Lowry, 1979. 29 x 42 in. [FOLDER D-6]

Town of Blacksburg Engineering Department. E.E.S., ca. 1979. 24 x 18 in. Virginia Hummel Collection. [FOLDER D-9]

Map of Town of Blacksburg and Montgomery County. Noonkester Real Estate, ca. 1980. 2 sides. 18 x 22 in. [FOLDER D-6]

Town of Blacksburg, Montgomery County, Virginia. M. Swanson, 1981. 22 x 18 in. [FOLDER D-6]

Map of Roanoke Street. ca. 1983. 40 x 23 in. Virginia Hummel Collection. [FOLDER D-9]

Price House Landscaping Plan. ca. 1986. 3 sheets, 36 x 24 in. each. Virginia Hummel Collection. [FOLDER D-9]

Site Plan, Montgomery - Floyd Regional Library, Blacksburg Area Branch. ca. 1994. 35 x 24 in. Virginia Hummel Collection. [FOLDER D-9]

Map of Montgomery County and Pulaski County with Blacksburg, Christiansburg and Radford, Virginia. Terrascape Publications, 1995. 24 x 36 in. [FOLDER D-1]

Map of Blacksburg, Christiansburg, and Radford, Virginia. Giesen-Caldwell, n.d. 17 x 22 in. 2 copies. [FOLDER D-4]

Colored Cemetery [Blacksburg, Virginia]. n.d. 11 x 17 in. 2 copies. [FOLDER D-1]

Town of Blacksburg Cemetery. n.d. 24 x 36 in. Virginia Hummel Collection. [Folder D-9]


Christiansburg

Gray's New Map of Christiansburg. O. W. Gray and Son, ca. 1880. 18 x 27 in. 2 copies. [FOLDER D- 7]

Sanborn Insurance Map of Christiansburg, Va. Sanborn Map and Publishing Co., 1885. Reproduction, 2 copies; 18 x 21 in. [FOLDER D-7]

Map of Christiansburg, VA. Traced and revised from map made by Childress Hall, dated May 31, 1941. Harry A. Wall, Cambria, Virginia. Last revision, 1956. 21 x 27 in. [FOLDER D-7]

Town of Christiansburg, Virginia. R. Stuart Royer and Associates, 1975. 22 x 26 in. [FOLDER D-7]

Map of Montgomery County and Pulaski County with Blacksburg, Christiansburg and Radford, Virginia. Terrascape Publications, 1995. 24 x 36 in. [FOLDER D-1]


Radford

Radford, Virginia, the Junction of Pocahontas Coke and Cripple Creek Minerals. Radford Land and Improvement Co., ca. 1885. 26 x 32 in. [FOLDER D-7]

Radford, Virginia. Lots of the Radford Land and Improvement Co. Ca. 1889. 22 x 29 in. Also a broadside:Price-List of Building Lots at Radford ... Until January 1st, 1889. 2 copies. 8 x 11 in. [FOLDER D-7]

New River Land and Improvement Company's Property, New River [Now Part of Radford], Va. Ca. 1885. 42 x 42 in. [FOLDER D-7]

Sanborn Insurance Map of Radford, Va. Sanborn-Perris Map Co., 1891. Reproduction; 6 sheets; each 18 x 21 in. 2 copies. [FOLDER D-7]

[Radford, Va]. Map of Property Belonging to Exchange Building Co. McIlwaine and Smith, Engineers, 1906. 13 x 21 in. [FOLDER D-7]

Radford, Virginia, East and West Wards. Ca. 1930. Reproduction; 18 x 23 in. [FOLDER D- 7]

Map of City of Radford, Va., Compiled from the Original Plans Recorded June 1940. 1 map on 2 sheets; each 30 x 34 in. [FOLDER D-7]

Radford quadrangle. U. S. Geological Survey, 1950. 17 x 21 in. 2 copies. [FOLDER D-7]

Radford north quadrangle. U. S. Geological Survey, 1965. 22 x 27 in. [FOLDER D-7]

Map of Montgomery County and Pulaski County with Blacksburg, Christiansburg and Radford, Virginia. Terrascape Publications, 1995. 24 x 36 in. [FOLDER D-1]


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VIRGINIA TECH CAMPUS MAPS



Campus Maps, 1881-1919

Map of the Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College Farm and Grounds. Wm. W. Blackford, 1881. 2 pieces, each 18 x 24 in. [FOLDER E-1]

Map of the Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College Farm and Grounds. William W. Blackford, 1902 copy of the 1881 map. 27 x 27 in. Virginia Hummel Collection [Folder D-9]

Dormitory No. 4, Va. Polytechnic Inst. (Heating Plans). L. S. Randolph, 1902. 18 x 12 in. [FOLDER E-1]

Va Polytechnic Institute Abattoir and Piggery (Plans and Elevations). L.S. Randolph, 1902. 24 x 18 in. [FOLDER E-1]

Detail Sketch of V.P.I. Campus. R. M. Robinson, 1908. 10 x 14 in. [FOLDER E-1]

V.P.I. Campus and Farm. J. Dalrymple Powell, 1908. 28 x 41 in. [FOLDER E-1]

Block Plan of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Showing the Proposed Layout of the Evans-Almirall Hot Water Heating Mains. Evans, Almirall and Co., 1909. 20 x 39 in. [FOLDER E- 1]

Map of the Virginia Experiment Station Farm and the Virginia Polytechnic Institute Campus. H. M. Trenor, 1911. 38 x 53 in. [FOLDER E-1]

Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Plan of Steam Mains and Returns and Contours. Ca. 1911. 24 x 28 in. [FOLDER E-1]

Map of Campus of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute. E. A. Livesay, 1911. 18 x 25 in. [FOLDER E-1]

Map of the Main Campus of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute. S. M. Boyd, Jr., 1915. 15 x 27 in. [FOLDER E-1]


Campus Maps, 1920-49

Site of Proposed Statium [Showing Topography of Site]. 15 x 30 in. [FOLDER E-2]

Portion of Campus, Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Ca. 1922. 7 x 10 in. [FOLDER E-2]

The Virginia Polytechnic Institute and a Proposed Preservation and Circuit Drive to Include Smithfield and Preston Cemetery. Warren H. Manning, 1925. 16 x 22 in. (accompanied by photostatic copy) [FOLDER E-2]

Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Existing Conditions Map and a Study for Proposals. Warren H. Manning, 1925. 14 x 33 in. [FOLDER E-2]

Map of Campus of Virginia Polytechnic Institute. P. H. McGauhey, 1931. 36 x 116 in. [FOLDER E-2]

Map of Campus of Virginia Polytechnic Institute. P. H. McGauhey, 1931. 16 x 24 in. [FOLDER E-2]

Map of Campus of Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, Va. Dept. of Civil Engineers, 1931. 70 x 60 in. [FOLDER E-2]

Development Plans for VPI Housing Group and War Memorial. C.H. Cowgill, 1931. 36 x 18 in. [FOLDER E-2]

Suggested Ultimate Development of the War Memorial Group at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, Virginia. Perspective Views. C.H. Cowgill, R.L. Brown, 1931. 30 x 13 in. [FOLDER E-2]

Development Plans for VPI. C. H. Cowgill, 1934. 20 x 14 in. [FOLDER E- 2]

College and Surrounding Property, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Showing College, Smithfield, and Whitethorne (2 copies). H. P. C. Vandenburg, 1935. 33 x 27.5 in. [FOLDER E-2]

Virginia Polytechnic Institute Campus. J.H. Walker, Jr., ca. 1936. 10 x 24 in. [FOLDER E- 2]

Section of Campus, Virginia Polytechnic Institute ... Showing Area around Greenhouse. Asst. Campus Engineer's Office, 1936. 25 x 45 in. [FOLDER E-2]

Map of V.P.I. Campus. Ca. 1938. 6 x 9 in. [FOLDER E-2]

[Virginia Polytechnic Institute Campus] . Ca. 1938/39. 9 x 11 in. 2 copies. [FOLDER E-2]

Campus of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Ca. 1939. 9 x 10 in. [FOLDER E-2]

[Virginia Polytechnic Institute Campus]. Ca. 1944. 9 x 11 in. [FOLDER E- 2]

Proposed Future Development Plan for Virginia Polyechnic Institute. Clinton H. Cowgill, 1945. 8 x 10 in. [FOLDER E-2]

[Virginia Polytechnic Institute Campus]. Ca. 1946. 11 x 17 in. [FOLDER E-2]

[Virginia Polytechnic Institute Campus]. Ca. 1946. 7 x 9 in. [FOLDER E- 2]

Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, Virginia. 1946. 41 x 56 in. [FOLDER E-2]

College and Surrounding Property, Virginia Polytechnic Institute ... Showing College, Smithfield, and Whitethorne. H. R. C. Vandenburg, 1947. 28 x 33 in. [FOLDER E-2]

College and Surrounding Property, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Showing College, Smithfield, and Whitethorne. Vandenberg, H. P. C., n.d. (1947?). [Historical Map Collection Box 1]


Campus Maps, 1950-69

Plan for Future Development, Virginia Polyechnic Institute. Alfred Hopkins and Associates, 1950. 42 x 95 in. [FOLDER E-3]

Campus, Virginia Polytechnic Institute. 1950s. 15 x 18 in. [FOLDER E- 3]

Campus, Virginia Polytechnic Institute. 1954. 9 x 11 in. [FOLDER E- 3]

Campus, Virginia Polytechnic Institute. 1957. 9 x 11 in. (accompanied by photostatic copy) [FOLDER E- 3]

Campus, Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Ca. 1959/60. 9 x 16 in. [FOLDER E-3]

Campus, Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Ca. 1966/67. 9 x 16 in. [FOLDER E-3]

Campus, Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Ca. 1967. 9 x 11 in. [FOLDER E- 3]

Campus, Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Ca. 1968. 16 x 18 in. [FOLDER E- 3]

Campus, Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Ca. 1969. 16 x 18 in. [FOLDER E- 3]


Campus Maps, 1970-present

Campus, Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Ca. 1970. 16 x 18 in. [FOLDER E- 4]

Campus, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Ca. 1971/72. 8 x 9 in. [FOLDER E-4]

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Campus. Ca. 1973/74. 16 x 18 in. [FOLDER E-4]

[Virginia Tech Campus]. Ca. 1974. 9 x 11 in. [FOLDER E-4]

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Campus. Ca. 1975/76. 16 x 18 in. [FOLDER E-4]

[Virginia Tech Campus]. 1976-1977. 9 x 11 in. [FOLDER E-4]

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Campus. Ca. 1978. 16 x 18 in. [FOLDER E-4]

A Portion of the Duck Pond and Stroubles Creek Area, V.P.I. and S.U. Campus. V.P.I. and S.U. Dept. of Civil Engineering, 1980. 25 x 28 in. 2 copies. [FOLDER E-4]

Virginia Tech Barrier-Free Circulation System. V.P.I. and S.U. Office of Planning and Engineering, 1981. 11 x 17 in. [FOLDER E-4]

Virginia Tech Campus Map. Ca. 1988. 18 x 24 in. [FOLDER E-4]

Virginia Polytechnic University and Sate University Campus. 1980s. 9 x 11 in. [FOLDER E-4]

[Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University] Campus Map.Ca. 1990. 18 x 24 in. [FOLDER E-4]



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U.S. -- STATE MAPS


Maps of states other than Virginia will be found here. Maps are arranged alphabetically by state.


Alabama


Arizona

Territory of Arizona. [Government Land Office], 1903. 40 x 34 in. [FOLDER F-1]


Connecticut

New Map of Connecticut S.D. Tilden, 1886. Folded map. [BOX E-3]

Township Road Map of Western Connecticut, Including Litchfield and Fairfield Counties. G. W. and C. B. Colton, 1886. Folded map. [BOX 1]


Delaware

County Map of Maryland, Delaware, and New Jersey. S. Augustus Mitchell, 1874. 3 maps on 1 sheet; 12 x 15 in. [FOLDER F-2]

A Map of the Country Between Ablemarle Sound and Lake Erie, Comprehending the Whole of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and Pennsylvania. John Stockdale, 1787. 24 x 24 in. [FOLDER A-2]

Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware. Ca. 1855. 11 x 13 in. [FOLDER A- 5]


Florida

Virginia et Florida. Iodocus Hondius, 1607. 18 x 14 in. [FOLDER A- 1]

Map of the State of Florida, to Accompany the Handbook of Florida. C.L. Norton, 1891. 22 x 22 in. [F316/N89]


Georgia

State of Alabama and Part of Georgia Coal Fields and Producing Districts. U.S. Geological Survey, 1919. 17 x 25 in. [FOLDER F-1]


Illinois

State of Illinois Coal Fields and Producing Districts. n.d. Geological Survey, 1919. 27 x 16 in. [FOLDER F-1]


Indiana

State of Indiana Coal Fields and Producing Districts. U.S. Geological Survey, 1919. 20 x 15 in. [FOLDER F-1]


Kansas

Hutchinson's New Map of Kansas. C. C. Hutchison, 1871. 14 x 25 in. [F686/H98]


Kentucky

Map of Kentucke. John Filson, 1784. Reproduction; 10 x 8 in. [FOLDER F-1]

Map of Kentucke. John Filson, 1784. Reproduction; 14 x 15 in. [FOLDER F-1]

The State of Kentucky with the Adjoining Territories. John Payne, 1800. Reproduction; 10 x 11 in. [FOLDER F-1]

A Map of the Rapids of the Ohio River and of the Counties on Each Side Thereof, So Far, as to Include the Routes Contemplated for Canal Navigation. John Goodman, 1806. Reproduction; 16 x 12 in. [FOLDER F-1]

Kentucky. John Melish, 1812. Reproduction; 10 x 17 in. [FOLDER F- 1]

Kentucky, Reduced from Elihu Barker's Large Map. W. Barker, 1826. Reproduction; 11 x 20 in. [FOLDER F-1]

The Road from Limestone to Frankfort in the State of Kentucky. Victor Collot, 1826. Reproduction; 16 x 17 in. [FOLDER F-1]

A New Map of Kentucky. H. S. Tanner, 1839. Reproduction; 14 x 16 in. [FOLDER F-1]

Map of the States of Kentucky and Tennessee. Renner Sears and Co., ca. 1850. 17 x 11 in. [FOLDER F-1]

Kentucky And Tennessee. J. Bartholomew, 1867. Reproduction; 13 x 17 in. [FOLDER F- 1]

Kentucky and Tennessee. S. Augustus Mitchell, ca. 1870. 15 x 23 in. [FOLDER F-1]

Kentucky Geological Survey Preliminary Map. N. S. Shaler, 1875. 18 x 43 in. [FOLDER F- 1]

Preliminary Map of Kentucky. Kentucky Geological Survey, 1887. 16 x 27 in. [FOLDER F- 1]

State of Kentucky Coal Fields and Producing Districts. U.S. Geological Survey, 1919. 15 x 29 in. [FOLDER F-1]

General Highway Map [of] Greenup County Kentucky. Kentucky Department of Highways, 1948. 17 x 20 in. [FOLDER F-1]


Maryland

A Map of Virginia and Maryland. Reproduction; 19 x 15 in. [FOLDER A- 2]

A New Map of Virginia, Maryland, and the Improved Parts of Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. 1719. Reproduction; 21 x 24 in. [FOLDER A-2]

A Map of the Country between Ablemarle Sound and Lake Erie, Comprehending the Whole of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and Pennsylvania. John Stockdale, 1787. 24 x 24 in. [FOLDER A-2]

Map of Maryland, Showing Principal Buildings, Roads, Cities and Towns Created or Existing Prior to 1794. H. Brooks Price, 1933. Reproduction; 18 x 21 in. [FOLDER F-2]

Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware. Ca. 1855. 11 x 13 in. [FOLDER A- 5]

County Map of Maryland, Delaware, and New Jersey. S. Augustus, 1874. 3 maps on 1 sheet; 12 x 15 in. [FOLDER F-2]

State of West Virginia and Part of Maryland Coal Fields and Producing Districts. U.S. Geological Survey, 1919. 18 x 22 in. [FOLDER F-4]


Massachusetts

Massachusetts. Don, Howland and Co., 1839. 9 x 14 in. [F64/B23]

Western Massachusetts. J. H. Colton and Co., 1855. 8 x 10 in. [F64/H73]

Map of the Connecticut Valley. Fisk and Russell, 1866. 7 x 14 in. [F12/C7/B8]

Russell's Map of Massachusetts. B. B. Russell, 1874. 18 x 26 in. [F62/N26]

Railroad and Township Map of Massachusetts. A. Williams and Co., 1878. Folded map. [BOX 1]


Michigan

Lake Michigan (Grand Traverse Bay and Little Traverse Bay, Mich., Chart No. 706). United States Army Corps of Engineers, 1969. [Historical Map Collection Box 2]


Minnesota

Map Of Minnesota J. H. Young, 1857. 15 x 17 in. [F606/B72]

Minnesota. J. H. Colton and Co., 1857. 14 x 16 in. [F606/P24]


New Hampshire

State Map of New Hampshire. J. A. Cline, 1879. Folded map. [BOX 1]

Railroad and Post Office Map of New Hampshire. D. L. Guernsey, ca. 1880. Folded map. [BOX 1]

Township Map of the States of New Hampshire and Vermont. G. W. and C. B. Colton, 1891. 23 x 30 in. [FOLDER F-2]


New Jersey

Geological Survey Maps of New Jersey. 1864-1868.

Map of the Ringwood Iron Mines, Passiac County. 1864 George H. Cook, State Geologist, T.B. Brooks C.E.; 18 x 15 in. [FOLDER F-2a]

Map of Cretaceous Formations including the Green-Sand Marl Beds. 1866. George H. Cook, State Geologist, G.M. Hopkins, C.E.; 51 x 50 in. ( 2 map sections) [FOLDER F-2a]

Map of Oxford Furnace Iron-Ore Veins. Warren County. 1867. George H. Cook, State Geologist, G.M. Hopkins C.E.; 19 x 21 in. [FOLDER F-2a]

Map of Tertaiary and Recent Formations of Southern New Jersey. 1867. George H. Cook, State Geologist, G.M. Hopkins C.E.; 36 x 48 in. ( 2 map sections) [FOLDER F-2a]

Map of Triassic Formation including the Red Sandstone and Trap Rocks of Central New Jersey. 1867. George H. Cook, State Geologist, G.M. Hopkins C.E.; 36 x 22 in. ( 2 map sections) [FOLDER F-2a]

Map of Zinc Mines of Sussex County. 1867. George H. Cook, State Geologist, G.M. Hopkins C.E.; 23 x 31 in. [FOLDER F-2a]

Map of Azoic and Paleozoic Formations including the Iron-Ore and Limestone Districts. 1868. George H. Cook, State Geologist, G.M. Hopkins C.E.; 36 x 48 in. ( 2 map sections) [FOLDER F-2a]

Map of Group of Iron Mines in Morris County. 1868. George H. Cook, State Geologist, G.M. Hopkins C.E.; 50 x 25 in. ( 2 map sections) [FOLDER F-2a]

A New Map of Virginia, Maryland, and the Improved Parts of Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. 1719. Reproduction; 21 x 24 in. [FOLDER A-2]

County Map of Maryland, Delaware, and New Jersey. S. Augustus Mitchell, 1874. 3 maps on 1 sheet; 12 x 15 in. [FOLDER F-2]

Colton's Road Map of Bergen County, New Jersey. G. W. and C. B. Colton, 1894. Folded map. [BOX 1]


New York

Lloyd's Topographical Map of the Hudson River Showing the Vanderbilt System of Railroads between New York and the West. 8 in. x 8 ft. [BOX 4]

Map Showing Industries Along the Miami and Erie Canal. 17 x 36 in. 1874. 3 maps on[FOLDER F-2]

Huntington, Coldspring and Oyster Bays to Hell Gate. J.F.W. Des Barres, 1778. Reproduction; 36 x 24 in. [FOLDER F-2]

New York [State]. J. H. Colton and Co., 1836. 20 x 23 in. [FOLDER F- 2]

Hell Gate and Its Approaches. U.S. Coast Survey, 1851. Reproduction; 28 x 37 in. [FOLDER F-2]

Colton's Railroad and Township Map of the State of New York. G. W. and C. B. Colton, 1867. Folded map. [BOX 2]

Colton's New Map of Long Island. G. W. and C. B. Colton, 1880. Folded map. [BOX 2]

Map of the Hudson River, Showing Routes to Saratoga, Lake George, etc., etc. John Featherston, 1873. 7 x 35 in. [F127/H8/B82]

New Railroad, County, and Township Map of New York. Gaylord Watson, 1887. Folded map. [BOX 2]

Map of the Adirondack Wilderness. S. R. Stoddard, 1889. Folded map. [BOX 2]

Colton's Road Map of Westchester County, New York. G. W. and C. B. Colton and Co., 1892. Folded map. [BOX 2]

Road Map of the Catskills and Vicinity. Walton Van Loan, 1892. Folded map. [BOX 2]

Map of Long Island, Based on Recent U.S. Coast Surveys. Hyde and Co., 1896. Folded map. [BOX 2]

Canal and Railroad Map of the State of New York. Weed and Parson, 1897. Folded map. [BOX 2]


North Carolina

[Map of Western North Carolina, Showing Unidentified Railroad Routes].19th century. 21 x 30 in. [FOLDER H-5]

A New Map of North Carolina, with Its Canals, Roads, and Distances. Thomas,Cowperthwait and Co., 1850. 14 x 17 in. [FOLDER F-3]

Map of the Albemarle and Chesapeake Canal, Connecting Chesapeake Bay with Currituck, Albemarle and Pamlico Sounds and Their Tributary Streams. Undated; ca. 1870. 21 x 28 in. [FOLDER F- 3]

North And South Carolina. S. Augustus Mitchell, 1874. 12 x 15 in. [FOLDER F-3]

Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Southern Part of Florida. J. 1874. 3 maps onBartholomew, 1875. 13 x 18 in. [FOLDER A-3]

Map of Caldwell County, N. C. (2 copies). Union National Bank, 1931. 32x30 in. [FOLDER F-3]

Master Development Plan Blue Ridge Parkway and Parks. National Park Service, Branch of Plans and Design, 1940. 2 sheets, 19 x 46 in. [FOLDER A-10]


Ohio

Map of Lawrence County, Ohio. Drawn for the Ironton Register by Ben F. Thomas, 1878. 20 x 19 in. [FOLDER F-3]

State of Ohio Coal Fields and Producing Districts. U.S. Geological Survey, 1919. 19 x 17. [FOLDER F-3]

Railroad Map of Ohio. Published by the State, 1898. 33 x 25 in. [FOLDER H-6]


Pennsylvania

A New Map of Virginia, Maryland, and the Improved Parts of Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. 1719. Reproduction; 21 x 24 in. [FOLDER A-2]

A Map of the Country Between Albemarle Sound and Lake Erie, Comprehending the Whole of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and Pennsylvania. John Stockdale, 1787. 24 x 24 in. [FOLDER A-2]

Map of Pennsylvania, Prepared Expressly for Smull's Hand Book. Lane S. Hart, 19th century. 11 x 17 in. [FOLDER F-3]

A New Map of Pennsylvania, with Its Canals, Rail-Roads and Distances from Place to Place. H. S. Tanner, 1845. Folded map. [BOX 3]

A New County Map of the State of Pennsylvania and Adjoining States. R. L. Barnes, 1852. 26 x 36 in. [F153/B783]

Colton's New Township Map of Pennsylvania and the Southern Counties of New York. G. W. and C. B. Colton, 1869. Folded map. [BOX 3]

Colton's New Township Map of the Eastern Counties of Pennsylvania. G. W. and C. B. Colton, 1880. Folded map. [BOX 3]

Jones Iron Ore Mine in Berks County, Pennsylvania. J.H. and E.B. Harden, 1882. 20 x 28. [FOLDER F-3]

Township, County, and Railroad Map of Pennsylvania. Rand McNally, 1889. 26 x 40 in. [FOLDER F-3]

Railroad Map of Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Department of Internal Affairs, 1890. 38 x 57 in. [FOLDER F-3]

Railroad Map of Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Department of Internal Affairs, 1893. 38 x 56 in. [FOLDER F-3]

State of Pennsylvania Coal Fields and Producing Districts. U.S. Geological Survey, 1919. 14 x 25 in. [FOLDER F-3]

Morrisville, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. T.M. Fowles, 1893. Reproduction; 16 x 11 in. [FOLDER F-3]


South Carolina

North and South Carolina. S. Augustus Mitchell, 1874. 12 x 15 in. [FOLDER F-3]

Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Southern Part of Florida. J. Bartholomew, 1875. 13 x 18 in. [FOLDER A-3]


Tennessee

Map of the States of Kentucky and Tennessee. Renner Sears and Co, ca. 1850. 17 x 11 in. [FOLDER F-1]

Map of Cumberland and Franklin. W. Keenan, 1853. 9 x 18 in. [F436/R19]

Kentucky And Tennessee. J. Bartholomew, 1867. Reproduction; 13 x 17 in. [FOLDER F- 1]

Kentucky and Tennessee. S. Augustus Mitchell, ca. 1870. 15 x 23 in. [FOLDER F-1]

State of Tennessee Coal Fields and Producing Districts. U.S. Geological Survey, 1919. 10 x 34 in. [FOLDER F-4]


Texas

County Map of the State of Texas. S. Augustus Mitchell, 1873. 15 x 22 in. [FOLDER F- 4]


Vermont

Township Map of the States of New Hampshire and Vermont. G. W. and C. B. Colton, 1891. 23 x 30 in. [FOLDER F-2]


West Virginia

County Map of Virginia and West Virginia and West Virginia. S. Augustus Mitchell, 1863. 12 x 15 in. [FOLDER A-5]

Title Map of the Great Kanawha Coal Field. J. S. Swann, 1867. 55 x 55 in. [FOLDER F- 4]

County Map of Virginia and West Virginia. S. Augustus Mitchell, 1874. 12 x 15 in. [FOLDER A-6]

Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Southern Part of Florida. J. Bartholomew, 1875. 13 x 18 in. [FOLDER A-3]

Hotchkiss' Geological Map of Virginia. The Geology by Prof. William B. Rogers. Showing Proposed Routes of the Richmond and Southwestern Railway. Ca. 1875. Reproduction; 14 x 21 in. [FOLDER A-6]

County Map of Virginia and West Virginia. S. Augustus Mitchell, 1878. 12 x 15 in. [FOLDER A-6]

Hotchkiss' Geological Map Of Virginia and West Virginia. The Geology By Prof. William B. Rogers. Special Edition, Showing Edition, Showing Shenandoah Valley Railroad and Proposed Extensions. Ca. 1880. 15 x 22 in. [FOLDER A-6]

Virginia-West Virginia. U.S. Geological Survey, 1884. Reproduction; 21 x 17 in. [FOLDER C- 1]

Geological Map of a Portion of the Flat-Top Coal Field Showing the Approximate Outcrop of the Pocahontas Orn3 Coal Bed in McDowell County, West Virginia. E.V. D'Invilliers, 1887. 18 x 33 in. [FOLDER F-4]

Map of Greenbrier County, W. Va., from the Actual Survey by H. H. Harrison and J. O. Handley, 1889. Reprinted by the Greenbrier Historical Society, 1973. 30 x 25 in. [FOLDER F- 4]

Map of the Lands of the Flat-Top Land Trust. J.C. Miller, 1888. 29 x 32 in. [FOLDER F- 4]

Map of the Twelve-Pole and Part of the Guyandot Basins, Showing...Coal, Oil, Gas, Iron and Timber Lands...In Wayne, Cabell, Lincoln, and Logan Counties, West Virginia. J. C. Miller, 1891. In two parts. 24 x 32 in. [FOLDER F-4]

State of West Virginia and Part of Maryland Coal Fields and Producing Districts. U.S. Geological Survey, 1919. 18 x 22 in. [FOLDER F-4]

Map of Pocahantas Coal Fields. Pocahontas Operators Association, 1948. 3 copies. 31 x 39 in. [FOLDER F-4]



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U.S. -- CITIES AND TOWNS


Maps of cities and towns outside of Virginia will be found here. Maps are arranged alphabetically by state, so that cities and towns within a state are filed together.


California -- San Francisco

Birds Eye View of the City of San Francisco and Surrounding Country. George H. Goddard, 1868. Reproduction; 18 x 23 in. [FOLDER G-1]


District of Columbia -- Washington, D.C

Plan of the City Intended for the Permanent Seat of the Government of the United States. Peter Charles L'Enfant, 1790. Reproduction; 30 x 46 in. [FOLDER G-2]

Plan of the City of Washington and the Territory of Columbia. Thackara and Vallance, 1792. Reproduction; 24 x 30 in. [FOLDER G-2]

Plan of the City of Washington. J. Stockdale, 1794. 7 x 10 in. [FOLDER G-2]

Carte Geographique, Statistique et Historique du District de Columbie. Jean Alexandre Buchon, 1825. 21 x 27 in. [FOLDER G-2]

Map of Washington City District of Columbia Seat of the Federal Government... A. Boschke, 1857. 62 x 59 in. [FOLDER J-13]

City of Washington. Thomas, Cowperthwait and Co., 1850. 14 x 17 in. [FOLDER G-2]

Map of the City of Washington. W. H. and O. H. Morrison, 1870. 16 x 20 in. [F198/M86/1870]

Map of Washington City, District of Columbia. Randolph Keim, 1876. 8 x 9 in. [F199/K29/1881]

District of Columbia and Adjacent Country. Randolph Keim, 1881. 10 x 14 in. [F199/K29/1881]

Birdseye View of the National Capital Including the Site of the Proposed World's Exposition of 1892 and Permanent Expositions of the Three Americas. E. Kurtz Johnson, 1888. 24 x 36 in. [FOLDER G-2]

Map of the District of Columbia. Sub-Committee of Senate Committee on the District of Columbia, 1901. 29 x 31 in. [FOLDER G-2]

Ready Reference Map of Washington, [D.C.]. Foster and Reynolds Co., 1915. 19 x 24 in. [FOLDER G-2]

Business District, Washington, D.C. Nirenstein's National Realty Map Co., ca. 1950. 27 x 37 in. [FOLDER G-2]

Stranger's Guide to Washington, D.C. : The City as Mr. Lincoln Knew It. T. Loftin Snell, 1965. 23 x 38 in. [FOLDER G-2]


Georgia -- Various Cities

North Augusta Land Co. President Pat. Calhoun, 19th century(?). 23 x 18 in. [FOLDER G-3]

Birds Eye View of the City of Atlanta. A. Ruger, 1871. Reproduction; 26 x 35 in. [FOLDER G- 3]


Maryland -- Baltimore

Map of the City of Baltimore. Topographical Survey Commission, 1914. 2 maps on 2 sheets, each 34 x 44 in. [FOLDER G-3]


Massachusetts -- Boston

Boston: Its Environs and Harbour with the Rebels Work Raised Against that Town in 1775. Lieutenant Page of His Majesty's Corp of Engineers, 1775. Reproduction, 1975(?). 21 x 15 in. [FOLDER G-3]

Mount Auburn, Avenues, and Paths. Nathaniel Dearborn, 1848. 14 x 15 in. [F73.3/D28]

New Map of Boston, Comprising the Whole City. Boston Almanac, 1853. 10 x 11 in. [F73.24/B67/1854]

New Map of Boston, Compiled from the Latest Surveys. A. Williams and Co., 1872. Folded map. [BOX 3]

Map of Boston and the Country Adjacent, Showing Rural Parks, as Proposed by Ernest W. Bowditch. A. Williams and Co., ca. 1885. Folded map. [BOX 3]

Map of Boston and the Country Adjacent, from Actual Surveys. A. Williams and Co., 1886. Folded map. [BOX 3]


Michigan -- Detroit

Plan of Detroit. n.d. Reproduction; 10 x 8 in. [FOLDER G-3]

Plan of Detroit. John Mullett, 1830. Reproduction; 17 x 23 in. [FOLDER G-3]


New Jersey -- Newark

Guide Chart (With Key) to the City of Newark, New Jersey. Van Arsdale and Co., 1874. 17 x 22 in. [F144/N6/F6]

Map of the City of Newark. Ernest Adam, 1893. Folded map. [BOX 3]


New York -- New York City

The City of New York. Surveyed by J. Hills, 1782. Stiles, Sherman and Smith, 1840. 13 x 14 in. [F119/D91/V.2]

Green-Wood Cemetery. Edward Boyle, 1850. Folded map. [BOX 4]

Bulkhead and Pier Lines, Brooklyn and New York. M. Dripps, 1855. Folded map. [BOX 4]

Map of the City of Brooklyn as Consolidated. M. Dripps, 1855. Folded map. [BOX 4]

Map of the City and County of New York. Geo. Hayward, 1858. 30 x 23 in. [FOLDER G- 4]

Colton's Map of the Country Thirty-Three Miles Around the City of New York. G. W. and C. B. Colton and Co., 1870. Folded map. [BOX 4]

Map of the City of New York. D. Appleton and Co., 1870. 10 x 13 in. [F128.47/N575]

Greenwood Cemetery. Major and Knapp, 1873. 13 x 18 in. [F129/B7/C56]

Map of New York City and County. M. Dripps, 1874. Folded map. [BOX 4]

The Transval of the City of New York. Egbert L. Viele, 1880. Folded map. [BOX 4]

Greenwood Cemetery. 1885. Folded map. [BOX 4]

Driving Road Chart of the Country Surrounding New York City. Hyde and Company, 1887. Folded map. [BOX 4]

District Map of the Arch-Deaconry of New York. G. W. and C. B. Colton, 1888. Folded map. [BOX 4]

Map of the City of Brooklyn. Lain and Co., 1889. Folded map. [BOX 4]

Map of the Borough of the Bronx. Commissioner of Street Improvements, 1897. Folded map. [BOX 4]

Hammond's Standard Map of the City of New York. C. S. Hammond and Co., 1902. Folded map. [BOX 4]


North Carolina -- Various Cities

Business Section, City of Asheville. Nirenstein's National Map Co., ca. 1950. 27 x 39 in. [FOLDER G-5]

Business Section, City of Charlotte. Nirenstein's National Realty Map Co., ca. 1950. 27 x 39 in. [FOLDER G-5]

Business Section, City of Greensboro. Nirenstein's National Realty Map Co., ca. 1950. 27 x 39 in. [FOLDER G-5]

Business Section, City of Raleigh. Nirenstein's National Realty Map Co., ca. 1950. 27 x 39 in. [FOLDER G-5]

Business Section, City of Winston-Salem. Nirenstein's National Realty Map Co., ca. 1950. 27 x 39 in. [FOLDER G-5]


Pennsylvania -- Various Cities

Plan of Philadelphia. S. Augustus Mitchell, Jr. ca. 1860. 15 x 13 in. [FOLDER G-5]

Map of the Compact Portion of Philadelphia. O. W. Gray and Son, 1882. Folded map. [BOX 4]

Morrisville, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. T.M. Fowler, 1893. 11 x 17 in. [FOLDER F-3]


South Carolina -- Charleston

Business Section, City of Charleston. Nirenstein's National Realty Map Co., ca. 1950. 27 x 39 in. [FOLDER G-5]


West Virginia -- Various Cities and Towns

Map of the City of Beckley. H. F. Willfong, 1922. 18 x 24 in. [FOLDER G-6]

Driving Road Chart of the Country Surroun[FOLDER G-6]

City of Bluefield. Bluefield Board of Directors, 1922. 16 x 30 in. [FOLDER G-6]

Map and Street Guide, Bluefield. Bluefield Chamber of Commerce, ca. 1945. 19 x 25 in. [FOLDER G-6]

Business Section, City of Charleston. Nirenstein's National Realty Map Co., ca. 1950. 27 x 39 in. [FOLDER G-6]

Kenova. Norfolk and Western Railroad, 1890. 25 x 37 in. [FOLDER G- 6]

Point Pleasant. Sanborn Map Co., 1922. 18 x 24 in. [FOLDER G-6]

Princeton. Sanborn Map Co., 1923. 16 x 21 in. [FOLDER G-6]

Princeton. F. E. Walker, ca. 1950. 22 x 34 in. [FOLDER G-6]

[Rosedale]. Rosedale Corporation Boundary, Showing Lots Held Therein by Individuals. Albert Shock, 1915. Reproduction; 18 x 20 in. [FOLDER G-6]

Map of the City of Welch. Sam R. Pennington Publicity Service, 1946. 28 x 39 in. [FOLDER G-6]

White Sulphur Springs. Sanborn Map Co., 1927. 19 x 23 in. [FOLDER G- 6]

Williamson. 1930. 18 x 23 in. [FOLDER G-6]



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WESTERN HEMISPHERE


Maps of the Western Hemisphere include North America, South America, and the Caribbian. The United State maps found in other sections are not indexed in this sections of this guide.


Maps Covering More Than One Country

A New Map of North America Agreeable to the Most Maps and Charts. Thomas Conder. Reproduction; 15 x 13 in. [FOLDER G-9]

The New World. Juan de la Cosa, 1500. Reproduction; 18 x 24 in. [FOLDER G-9]

America with Those Known Parts In that Unknowne Worlde Both People and Manner of Buildings. John Speed, 1626. Reproduction; 18 x 14 in. [FOLDER G-9]

Map of the Americas. Willem and Johan Blaeu, 1635. Reproduction, 2 copies. 22 x 16 in. [FOLDER G-8]

Ornamental Map of the United States and Mexico. Ensign, Budgeman and Fanning, 1855. 30 x 23 in. [FOLDER G-9]


Canada

Partie Occidentale de la Nouvelle France Ou du Canada. Mr. Bellin Ingenieur de Roy, 1755. Reproduction; 22 x 18 in. [FOLDER G-9]

Geological Map of the Dominion of Canada. Department of the Interior, 1909. 18 x 38 in. [FOLDER G-9]


Caribbean

Bermuda. Willem and Johan Blaeu, 1635. Reproduction; 21 x 16 in. [FOLDER G-8]

Novissima Et Accuratissima Jamaicae. John Ogilby, 1671. Reproduction; 21 x 18 in. [FOLDER G-9]


Mexico

The National Geographic Magazine Map of Mexico. [National Geographic Society, 1911?].18 x 25 in. [FOLDER G-9]

Map of Mexico. National Geographic Society, 1916. 20 x 29 in. [FOLDER G-9]


United States

A Portfolio of Six Antique Maps. Reproductions by Rand McNally. Each 24 x 18 in. [FOLDER G-9]

a. America in 1570. Abraham Ortelius, 1570.
b. The World in 1589. Gerard and Cornelius Jode, 1593.
c. The World in 1626. John Speed, 1627.
d. North America in 1650. Nicolas Sanson, 1650.
e. The New World in 1695. P. Vincenzo Maria Coronelli, 1695.
f. North America in 1700. Guillame Delisle, 1700-12.

Hydrographical Basin of the Upper Mississippi River. War Department, 1843. Reproduction; 36 x 31 in. [FOLDER G-9]

Map of Lake Champlain. Compiled and Published by S. R. Stoddard, Glen Falls, N.Y., 1892. 36 x 10 in. [FOLDER G-9)


West Indies

Map of the West Indies. Willem and Johan Blaeu, 1662. Reproduction; 21 x 15 in. [FOLDER G- 8]

Archipelague Du Mexique Ou Sont les Isles de Cuba, Espanole, I'Amaique, etc. (Florida, the West Indies, and the Caribbean Sea). P. Coronelli, 1688. Reproduction; 22 x 18 in. [FOLDER G-9]



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EASTERN HEMISPHERE


Eastern Hemisphere includes all maps with Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Pacific.


Maps Covering More Than One Country

[Europe, Asia and Africa]. Reproduction; 22 x 16 in. [FOLDER G-7]

Nova Europae Descriptio. Iodoco Hondio. Reproduction; 2 copies, 14 x 19 in. and 15 x 20 in. [FOLDER G-7]

[Scandinavia] . Claudius Ptolemaus, 1522. Reproduction; 20 x 16 in. [FOLDER G-7]

[Chart of the Western Mediterranean]. Sebastian Lopes, 1565. Reproduction; 19 x 14 in. [FOLDER G-7]

Europe. Lucas Jansroon Waghenaer, 1586. Reproduction; 22 x 18 in. [FOLDER G-7]

[Greenland, Great Britian, and Scandinavia]. ca. 17th century. Reproduction; 15 x 11 in. [FOLDER G-7]

[Mesoptamia, Babylonia, Arabia Desert, Syria]. Ca. 17th century. Reproduction; 14 x 11 in. [FOLDER G-7]

Map of Europe. Garardu Mercator and Jodocus Hondius, 1606. Reproduction, 2 copies. 24 x 20 in. [FOLDER G-7]

Africae Nova Tabula. Hen. Hondio, 1631. Reproduction; 23 x 18 in. [FOLDER G-7]

England and Wales. J. Bartholomew, 1875. 12 x 8 in. [FOLDER G-7]

Romanum Imperium. Cumming and Hilliard, ca. 1880. 16 x 12 in. Contained in untitled atlas. [FOLDER G-7]

Asia Minor Antiqua. Cumming and Hilliad, ca. 1880. 9 x 12 in. Contained in untitled atlas. [FOLDER G-7]

Map of the New Balkan States and Central Europe. National Geographic Society, [1914?]. 23 x 18 in. [FOLDER G-7]

Sovereignty and Mandate Boundary Lines in 1921 of the Islands of the Pacific. National Geographic Society, 1921. 19 x 25 in. [FOLDER G-7]

Map of Africa and Adjoining Portions of Europe and Asia. National Geographic, 1922. 24 x 20 in. [FOLDER G-7]


Denmark

Coppen-Haven. Reproduction; 18 x 14 in. [FOLDER G-7]

[Denmark]. Henricus Ranzorius, Friderici II, 1585. Reproduction; 22 x 18 in. [FOLDER G- 7]

Kingdom of Denmarke. Augmented by John Speede, 1626. Reproduction; 12 x 10 in. [FOLDER G-7]

Haffniae Regni Danioe Metropolis et Sedis Regioe. S.R. Maj. Suecier, 1658. Reduced reproduction. 25 x 9 in. [FOLDER G-7]


France

Galliae. Henrico Hondio. Reproduction; 19 x 14 in. [FOLDER G-7]


Great Britian

Anglia Regnum [England]. Willem and Johan Blaeu, 1635. Reproduction; 20 x 15 in. [FOLDER G-8]

Map of British Isles. Willem and Johan Blaeu, 1635. Reproduction; 20 x 15 in. [FOLDER G- 8]

Map of Cambridge. Johan Blaeu, 1648. Reproduction; 20 x 17 in. [FOLDER G-8]

Map of Chelsire. Johan Blaeu, 1648. Reproduction; 20 x 15 in. 2 copies. [FOLDER G-8]

Map of Cornwall. Johan Blaeu, 1648. Reproduction; 20 x 16 in. [FOLDER G-8]

Map of Cumberland. Johan Blaeu, 1648. Reproduction; 20 x 16 in. [FOLDER G-8]

Map of Derbyshire. Johan Blaeu, 1648. Reproduction; 20 x 15 in. [FOLDER G-8]

Map of Devon. Johan Blaeu, 1648. Reproduction; 20 x 15. [FOLDER G- 8]

Map of Hampshire. Johan Blaeu, 1648. Reproduction; 20 x 17 in. [FOLDER G-8]

Map of Hertfordshire. Johan Blaeu, 1648. Reproduction; 20 x 15 in. [FOLDER G-8]

Map of Kent. Johan Blaeu, 1648. Reproduction; 21 x 15 in. [FOLDER G- 8]

Map of Lancashire. Johan Blaeu, 1648. Reproduction; 20 x 16 in. [FOLDER G-8]

Map of Middlesex. Johan Blaeu, 1648. Reproduction; 16 x 15 in. [FOLDER G-8]

Map of Norfolk. Johan Blaeu, 1648. Reproduction; 20 x 15 in. [FOLDER G-8]

Map of Nottinghamshire. Johan Blaeu, 1648. Reproduction; 20 x 15 in. [FOLDER G-8]

Map of Oxford. Johan Blaeu, 1648. Reproduction; 20 x 15 in. [FOLDER G-8]

Map of Staffordshire. Johan Blaeu, 1648. Reproduction; 20 x 16 in. [FOLDER G-8]

Map of Surrey. Johan Blaeu, 1648. Reproduction; 20 x 16 in. [FOLDER G- 8]

Map of Sussex. Johan Blaeu, 1648. Reproduction; 21 x 16 in. [FOLDER G- 8]

Map of Wales. Johan Blaeu, 1648. Reproduction; 20 x 15 in. [FOLDER G- 8]

Map of Worcs and Works. Johan Blaeu, 1648. Reproduction; 20 x 15 in. [FOLDER G-8]

Map of Yorkshire. Johan Blaeu, 1648. Reproduction; 20 x 16 in. [FOLDER G-8]

From London To Yarmouth. John Ogilby, 1675. 19 x 16 in. [FOLDER G- 7]

A Map of the Island of Jersey. Philip Dumaresq, [1694]. Reproduction; 18 x 15 in. [FOLDER G- 7]


Germany

Germania. Ca. 18th century. 19 x 14 in. [FOLDER G-7]


Greece

Graecia Antiqua. Cummings and Hilliad, ca. 1880. 12 x 10 in. Contained in untitled atlas. [FOLDER G-7]


India

Indian Empire. W. and R. Chambers, 1875. 12 x 8 in. [FOLDER G-7]


Ireland

Map of Ulster. Johan Blaeu, 1654. Reproduction; 20 x 16 in. [FOLDER G- 8]

Ireland. J. Bartholomew, 1875. 12 x 8 in. [FOLDER G-7]


Italy

Italy. W. and R.C. Chambers, 1875. 12 x 8 in. [FOLDER G-7]

Italia Antiqua. Cummings and Hilliard, ca. 1880. 12 x 10 in. Contained in untitled atlas. [FOLDER G-7]


Japan

Iaponie. Reproduction; 20 x 16 in. [FOLDER G-7]

Okinawa. ca. 1948. 40 x 30 in. [FOLDER G-7]


Norway

Norvegia. I. Blaeu, ca. 1500(?). Reproduction; 13 x 10 in. [FOLDER G- 7]


Russia

Tabula Russiae. 1614. Reproduction; 13 x 10 in. [FOLDER G-7]

Scythia et Tartaria Asia Tica. 1629. 10 x 8 in. [FOLDER G-7]

Imperii Russici et Tatariae Universae. Homannianorum Heredum, 1739. 25 x 21 in. [FOLDER G-7]

Partie Orientale de l'Empire de Russie en Asie. Robert de Vangondy, 1750. 23 x 18 in. [FOLDER G-7]


Scotland

Scotland. J. Barthlolmew, 1875. 12 x 8 in. [FOLDER G-7]


Switzerland

Schwentzerlandt. Daniel Hautt der Altere, 1641. Reproduction; 19 x 15 in. [FOLDER G-7]

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WORLD MAPS


The Known World. Wood cut, 1520. Reproduction; 24 x 18 in. [FOLDER G- 1O]

Nova Totius Terrarum Orbis Geographica Ac Hydrographic Tabula. Guiljelmo Blaeu, 17th century (?). 24 x 20 in. [FOLDER G-10]

Les Deux Poles Arcticque Ou Septentrional, et Antarcticque Ou Meridioneal. Sr. Sanson, ca. 17th c. Reproduction; 18 x 15 in. [FOLDER G-10]

Nova Totius Terrarum Orbis Geographica Ac Hydrographica Tabula. Henri Hondio, 1630. Reproduction; 18 x 12 in. [FOLDER G-10]

Nova Totius Terrarum Orbis Geographica Ac Hydrographica Tabula. Willean Janezoon Blaeu, 1635. Reproduction; 18 x 14 in. [FOLDER G-10]

The Known Globe. Pieter Goos, 1667. Reproduction; 18 x 24 in. [Folder G-10]

Map of the world. Frederick de Witt, 1680. Reproduction; 24 x 20 in. [FOLDER G-10]

Esso War Map Featuring Transportation the Key to Every Successful Campaign. General Drafting Co., ca. 1941-45. 22 x 30 in. [FOLDER G-10]



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RAILROAD MAPS


Civil War

Map of United States Military Railroads, Showing the Rail Roads Operated During the War from 1862- 1866 as Military Lines. Bvt. Brig. Gen. D. C. McCallum, 1866. 28 x 41 in. [FOLDER H- 1]

Railroads in Virginia, 1861-1865. Richmond and Prison Civil War Round Tables, 1963. 29 x 61 in. 2 copies, each with different additional information. [FOLDER I-5]


Virginia Railroads

Railroads in Virginia 1861-65. Delbert J. Gatton, 1969. 90 x 53 in., one map in three parts. [FOLDER A-11]

Map of Rockingham County, Virginia ... Showing the Location of the Coal and Iron Lands and Projected Railroad of the Royal Land Company of Virginia. Jed. Hotchkiss, 1877. 19 x 21 in. [FOLDER B-4]

Virginia and West Virginia, Showing the Railroads In those States. Rand, McNally, and Co. [BOX 2]

Hotchkiss' Geological Map of Virginia and West Virginia. The Geology by Prof. William B. Rogers. Special Edition, Showing Shenandoah Valley Railroad and Proposed Extensions. Ca. 1880. 15 x 32 in. [FOLDER A-6]

Hotchkiss' Geological Map of Virginia and West Virginia. The Geology by Prof. William B. Rogers. Showing Proposed Routes of the Richmond and Southwestern Railway. Ca. 1875. Reproduction; 14 x 21 in. [FOLDER A-6]

Map of the Virginia, Kentucky, and Ohio Railroad. G. W. and C. B., Colton, 1881. 34 x 46 in. [FOLDER H-3]

Map of the Richmond and Louisville R.R. G. W. and C. B. Colton, 1882. 27 x 51 in. 2 copies. [FOLDER H-3]

Map of the Blacksburg Railroad. Ca. 1880. 9 x 12 in. [FOLDER D-1]

Rand McNally and Co.'s Indexed County and Railroad Pocket Map and Shipper's Guide of Virginia. Rand McNally, 1910. 21 x 28 in. with index attached. [FOLDER A-8]

Blacksburg. Preliminary and Location of Proposed Railroad Line. W. Dickenson, Senior Civil Engineering Class, 1911. 11 x 13 in. [FOLDER D-3]

Big Sandy and Cumberland R.R. Map Showing the Right of Way through the Land of Riley Lester et al in Buchanan County, Virginia. G.A. Reilly, 1921. 30 x 8 in. [FOLDER H-3]


Norfolk and Western Railroad

Topographical Map showing Possible Railway Routes to Great Ohio Coal Basin from Norfolk and Western Railway. Jed. Hotchkiss, 1881. 16 x 27 in. [FOLDER C-1]

Geological Map of the New River-Cripple Creek Region, Showing the Approximate Location of Ore Openings and Properties Tributary to the Cripple Creek Extension of the Norfolk and Western Railroad. E. V. d'Invilliers, 1887. 21 x 38 in. [FOLDER C-1]

Map Showing Location of and Railways to the Flat-Top and New River Coking Coal-Field of Virginia and West Virginia. Jed Hotchkiss, 1888. 15 x 11 in. [FOLDER A-6]

New River Cripple Creek Mineral Territory. Chief Engineer, Norfolk and Western Railroad, 1890. 17 x 17 in. [FOLDER C-1]

Coal and Coke Operations In the Pocahontas Coal Field, [Tazewell County, Virginia]. Norfolk and Western Railroad, 1892. 13 x 32 in. [FOLDER C-5]


Miscellaneous Railroads

Map of the Great Air Line Route, Ohio and Mississippi Railway and Connections. Ohio and Mississippi Railway, 1873. 13 x 15 in. [FOLDER H-5]

Map Showing Line of the Columbus, Lima and Milwaukee Railway and Connections. Rand, McNally and Co., 1889. 35 x 43 in. [FOLDER H-5]


State Railroad Maps

Railroad Map of New England and Eastern New York. J. H. Goldthwait, 1849. 21 x 25 in. [FOLDER H-6]

Watson's Township and Railroad Map of New England. Gaylord Watson, 1874. Folded map. [BOX 3]

Railroad and Township Map of Massachusetts. A. Williams and Co., 1878. Folded map. [BOX 1]

Railroad and Post Office Map of New Hampshire. D. L. Guernsey, ca. 1880. Folded map. [BOX 1]

Colton's Railroad and Township Map of the State of New York. G. W. and C. B. Colton, 1867. Folded map. [BOX 2]

New Railroad, County, and Township Map of New York. Gaylord Watson, 1887. Folded map. Coal-Fie[BOX 2]

Canal and Railroad Map of the State of New York. Weed and Parsons, 1897. Folded map. [BOX 2]

A New Map of Pennsylvania, with Its Canals, Rail-Roads and Distances from Place to Place. H. S. Tanner, 1845. Folded map. [BOX 3]

Railroad Map of Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Department of Internal Affairs, 1890. 38 x 57 in. [FOLDER F-3]

Railroad Map of Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Department of Internal Affairs, 1893. 38 x 56 in. [FOLDER F-3]

Railroad Map of Ohio. R.S. Kayler, 1898. 30 x 32 in. [FOLDER H-6]

Rand McNally Standard Map of Virginia. Rand McNally and Company, n.d. 26 x 20 in. [FOLDER A-10]



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CIVIL WAR MAPS


Official Records Atlas Plates

Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, 1861-65. Secretary of War, 1891-95. Unbound plates, numbers 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 23, 24, 25, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 38, 40, 42, 43, 45, 46, 47, 48, and 49. For titles of plates, see the tables of contents in the bound volumes of the Atlas. [FOLDER I-1]

Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, 1861-65. Secretary of War, 1891-95. Unbound plates, numbers 50, 52, 53, 54, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 65, 66, 68, 69, 70, 71, 73, 74, 76, 80, 88, 90, 92, 94, 96, 97, 98. For titles of plates, see the table of contents in the bound volumes of the Atlas. [FOLDER I-2]

Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, 1861-65. Secretary of War, 1891-95. Unbound plates, numbers 101, 102, 103, 105, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 118, 119, 120, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 135A, 135B, 135C, 136, 137, 139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 145, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, and 171. For titles of plates, see the table of contents in the bound volumes of the Atlas. [FOLDER I-3]


Coast Survey Maps

Approaches to Grand Gulf. U.S. Coast Survey, 1864. Reproduction; 11 x 16 in. [FOLDER I- 4]

Approaches to Vicksburg, Miss., and Rebel Defenses. U.S. Coast Survey, 1863. Reproduction; 12 x 16 in. [FOLDER I-4]

Battle Field of Chickamauga, Georgia. U.S. Coast Survey, 1864. Reproduction; 13 x 15 in. [FOLDER I-4]

Battle Ground of Sabine Cross Roads and Pleasant Hill, 1864. U.S. Coast Survey, 1864. Reproduction; 9 x 12 in. [FOLDER I-4]

Chattanooga and Its Approaches, Showing Union and Rebel Works before and during the Battles of 23rd, 24th, and 25th November, 1863. U.S. Coast Survey, 1863. Reproduction; 14 x 19 in. [FOLDER I-4]

General Map of Charleston Harbor, South Carolina, Showing Rebel Defences and Obstructions. U.S. Coast Survey, 1865. Reproduction; 16 x 18 in. [FOLDER I-4]

Manassas Junction and Vicinity. U. S. Coast Survey, 1862. Reproduction; 18 x 25 in. [FOLDER I-4]

Map of Portions of Sea Coast of South Carolina and Georgia In Possession of the United States Dec. 12th, 1861. U.S. Coast Survey, 1861. Reproduction; 13 x 19 in. [FOLDER I- 4]

Peninsula Campaign, General "Jeb" Stuart's Raid, 12-15 June 1862. 1969. 32 x 42 in. [FOLDER J-9]

Map Showing the Operations of the National Forces Under the Command of Maj.- Gen. W. T. Sherman during the Campaign Resulting In the Capture of Atlanta, Georgia. U.S. Coast Survey, 1864. Reproduction; 11 x 15 in. [FOLDER I-4]

Military Map of South-Eastern Virginia. U.S. Coast Survey, 1864. Reproduction; 12 x 20 in. [FOLDER I-4]

Northern Part of Florida. United States Coast Survey Office, 1864. Reproduction; 12 x 16 in. [FOLDER I-4]

Plan of Final Attack on Fort Fisher and Adjoining Rebel Works, Made January 15th, 1865. U.S. Coast Survey, 1865. Reproduction; 14 x 20 in. [FOLDER I-4]

Plan of Fort Jackson. U.S. Coast Survey, 1862. Reproduction; 11 x 20 in. [FOLDER I-4]

Position of Gun Boats at Grand Gulf. U.S. Coast Survey, 1863. Reproduction; 12 x 18 in. [FOLDER I-4]

Reconnaissance of the Mississippi River. U.S. Coast Survey, 1862. Reproduction, 8 x 20 in. [FOLDER I-4]

Reconnaissance of Wilmington River and St. Augustine Creek from Wausau Sound to Savannah River, Georgia. 1864. Reproduction; 11 x 19 in. [FOLDER I-4]

Survey of the Approaches to Fort Hindman, Arkansas. U.S. Coast Survey, 1863. Reproduction; 13 x 18 in. [FOLDER I-4]


J. Ambler Johnston Collection

Railroads in Virginia, 1861-1865. Richmond and Prison Civil War Round Tables, 1963. 29 x 61 in. 2 copies, each with different additional information. [FOLDER I-5]

Second Bull Run Campaign. Edward J. Krasnoboski, undated. 11 maps, 26 June - 1 September 1862. Each map 34 x 42 in. [FOLDER I-6]

Antietam Campaign. Edward J. Krasnoboski, undated. 11 maps on 5 sheets, 7 September - 17 September 1862. Each sheet 34 x 43 in. [FOLDER I-7]

Fredericksburg Campaign. Edward J. Krasnoboski, undated. 6 maps on 4 sheets, 7 November - 13 December 1862. Each sheet 36 x 43 in. [FOLDER I-8]

The American Civil War: Principal Campaigns of the War. Edward J. Krasnoboski, undated. 31 x 40 in. [FOLDER I-9]

Battle of Cold Harbor (3 June 1864) and Vicinity of Richmond: Situation at Cold Harbor and Bermuda Hundred (1 - 12 June 1864). Undated. 2 maps on 1 sheet. 31 x 40 in. [FOLDER I- 9]

Richmond, Virginia. From surveys under the direction of Bvt. Brig. Gen. N. Mochler, Maj. of Engineers, 1867. Reproduction; 13 x 8 in. [FOLDER J-3]

Movement to the James River (12 - 16 June 1864). Edward J. Krasnoboski, undated. 31 x 39 in. [FOLDER I-9]

Peninsular Campaign. Edward J. Krasnoboski, undated. 13 maps on 9 sheets, 11 March - 29 June 1862. Each sheet 31 x 40 in. [FOLDER I-10]

Bermuda Hundred. Bvt. Brig. Gen. N. Michler, 1867. Reproduction; 1 map on 2 sheets, each 18 x 22 in. [FOLDER J-1]

Chesapeake Bay ... York River Hampton Roads Chesapeake Entrance. U.S. Coast Survey, 1863. Folded map. [FOLDER J-13]

Reconnaissance of Wilmington R26 x 39 in. [FOLDER J-1]

Cold Harbor. Bvt. Gen. N. Michler, 1867. Reproduction; 1 map on 2 sheets, each 17 x 21 in. [FOLDER J-1]

Rockbridge County. "May have been prepared by Major Jed Hotchkiss during the Civil War." Reproduction; 17 x 23 in. [FOLDER J-1]

The Seven Days Battle. Undated. 33 x 43 in. [FOLDER J-1]

Sketch Map of the Movements of the Confederate and Federal Armies In the Seven Days Campaign. Elmo L. Pearman, 1923. Reproduction; 19 x 25 in. [FOLDER J-1]

Colonial National Monument: Yorktown Battlefield, Virginia. U. S. Geological Survey, 1931. 28 x 24 in. [FOLDER J-3]

Stuart's Ride Around McClellan. Prison Civil War Roundtable, 1962. 23 x 35 in. [FOLDER J- 1]

Map of the City of Richmond, Virginia, 1861-1865. City of Richmond, 1961. 25 x 34 in. [FOLDER J-2]

Map of Present Richmond, Showing Important Civil War Battle Grounds, Fortifications, Roads and Points of Historical Interest Within a Twenty-Five Mile Area. City of Richmond, 1961. 25 x 33 in. [FOLDER J-2]

Richmond National Battlefield Park. National Park Service, 1948. 36 x 47 in. [FOLDER J- 2]

Richmond, Virginia, 1865. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 1865; reproduced by Richmond Civil War Centennial Committee, 1965. 1 map on 2 sheets, each 29 x 49 in. [FOLDER J- 2]

[Richmond and Surrounding Area, ca. 1865]. Richmond Civil War Roundtable [?]; undated. 1 map on 2 sheets, each 30 x 50 in. [FOLDER J-2]

Johnson's Map of the Vicinity of Richmond, and the Peninsular Campaign in Virginia. A. J. Johnson, 1862. 18 x 28 in. [FOLDER J-3]

Map of Richmond-Petersburg ... Showing Points of Historical Interest [Including Federal and Confederate Fortifications]. Virginia Passenger and Power Co., 1907. Reproduction; 9 x 24 in. [FOLDER J-3]

Map of the Vicinity of Richmond, Va., and Part of the Peninsula. Chief Engineer's Office, Army of Northern Virginia, 1864. Reproduction; 18 x 24 in. [FOLDER J-3]

Proposed Battlefield Parkway Surrounding Richmond, Virginia. Chief Engineer's Office, C and O Railway Co., 1915. 17 x 23 in. [FOLDER J-3]

Richmond. Prepared from surveys by Bvt. Brig. Gen. N. Michler, 1867. Reproduction; 1 map on 2 sheets, each 18 x 23 in. [FOLDER J-3]

Richmond and Environs, Showing Various Battlefields to be Linked Into a Park System. Richmond Battlefield Parks Corporation, 1928. 14 x 16 in. [FOLDER J-3]

Richmond Battlefields Map, Showing Location of and Route to Principal Battlefields around Richmond, Virginia. Richmond Battlefields Corporation, 1930. 15 x 18 in. [FOLDER J-3]

The Richmond Front at Its Fall 2/3 April 1865 Showing Petersburg without Detail. Undated. Reproduction; 18 x 10 in. [FOLDER J-3]

Fields of Harper's Ferry and Sharpsburg; Capture of Harper's Ferry; Battle of Crampton's Gap; Battle Of Boonsboro. 1970. Reproductions; 6 maps on 1 sheet; 25 x 27 in. [FOLDER J- 4]

The Second Manassas Campaign. 1960. 34 x 43 in. [FOLDER J-4]

Second Manassas Campaign County Maps. Virginia Dept. of Highways, ca. 1963. 16 maps on 16 sheets, various sizes. [FOLDER J-4]

Map Showing Roads Used By General Lee In His Retreat From Richmond And Petersburg, and General Grant's Advance On Appomattox. W. R. Turner, 1953. 2 maps on 2 sheets; 24 x 50 in. and 11 x 24 in. [FOLDER J-5]

Topographic Maps of Gaines Mill, Cold Harbor, and Mechanicsville Battlefields, Hanover County, Virginia. U.S. Geological Survey, 1932. 25 x 33 in. [FOLDER J-5]

Topography, Battlefield of Fort Harrison. Branch of Engineering, National Park Service, 1935. 2 maps; each 24 x 29 in. [FOLDER J-5]


Miscellaneous

Region Embraced In the Operations of the Armies Against Richmond and Petersburg. Engineer of Northern Virginia, 1864. ReprodBureau, War Department, 1865. 26 x 36 in. [FOLDER J-3]

Extract of Military Map of N.E. Virginia Showing Forts and Roads. Engineer Bureau, War Department, 1865. 25 x 19 in. [FOLDER J-9]

Battlefield In Front of Franklin, Tenn., Where ... Maj. Gen'l J. M. Schofield Severely Repulsed the Confederate Army, Commanded by Lt. Gen'l Hood, November 30th 1864. Secretary of War, 1874. 18 x 28 in. [FOLDER J-6]

Map of the Battlefield of Chattanooga Prepared to Accompany Report of Maj. Gen. U. S. Grant. Secretary of War, 1875 (map made in 1864). 28 x 30 in. [FOLDER J-6]

Plan of the Battle Field at Bull Run, July 21st, 1861. J. J. Young, undated. Reproduction; 17 x 20 in. [FOLDER J-6]

Battle-Field of Cedar Mountain, August 9th 1862. Photocopy. Possibly drawn by H. Hawley, a Federal soldier, Culpeper, VA. 17 x 21 in. [FOLDER J-6]

Topographical Map of the Approaches and Defences of Knoxville, E. Tennessee. Secretary of War, ca. 1875. 27 x 31 in. [FOLDER J-6]

Maps Illustrating the Military Operations of the Atlanta Campaign. Secretary of War, 1874 (maps made in 1864). 5 maps; various sizes. [FOLDER J-7]

Military Map Showing the Marches of the United States Forces under Command of Maj.-Genl. W. T. Sherman, U.S.A., During the Years 1863, 1864, 1865. Capt. William Kossak, 1865. Original, 31 x 24; Reproduction, 31 x 49. [FOLDER J-8]

Colton's Plans of U.S. Harbors. J. H. Colton, 1861. 18 x 28 in. [FOLDER J-9]

Map of Washington County, Maryland, Showing the Battlefields of Antietam and South Mountain. Harper's Weekly, 1862. 11 x 16 in. [FOLDER J-9]

Seat of War In Virginia and Maryland. Weekly Dispatch, ca. 3 sheets: 14 x 19 in.; 13 x 19 in.; 14 x 20 in. [FOLDER J-9]

Southern Harbors. Harper's Weekly, 1861. 11 x 16 in. [FOLDER J-9]

Map of the Battlefield of Perryville, Ky. Edward Ruger and Anton Kilp, 1877. Reproduction; 13 x 11 in. [FOLDER J-9]

Campbell County, Virginia, C. S. A., 1864. Virginia Historical Society, 1982. 22 x 19 3/4 in. [FOLDER J-9]

Map of the City of Richmond, Virginia, 1861-65. City of Richmond, VA, 1961. 4 copies. 32 x 24 in. [FOLDER B-8]

Confederate Engineers' Maps. Jeremy Francis Gilmer Collection, Virginia Historical Society, 1989. 67 maps on 94 sheets. See guide accompanying maps. (Cataloged: Spec Folio G3880 1864 .C65)

  • Albemarle County - Dinwiddie County (#1-30) [FOLDER J-10]
  • Eastern Virginia - Orange County (#31-63) [FOLDER J-11]
  • Petersburg and vicinity - Herford and part of Northhampton and Bertie Counties (#64-94) [FOLDER J-12]

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SPECIAL MAP COLLECTIONS


Graves Clayton Map Collection

This collection consists of twenty-four items, mostly maps, of states primarily on the southeastern coast of the United States, including Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia. Most of the maps date from the 1930s to the 1960s. (RB/5/H7)

  • Folder 1: Florida--1948, 1963, 1967, n.d.; Georgia--1969
  • Folder 2: North Carolina--1969; Pennsylvania--n.d. (ca. 1940s)
  • Folder 3: Virginia--1951, 1954, 1962, 1967, 1969 (2 copies); List of Rand McNally maps of Virginia available; map of the Shenandoah National Park; 1966 weekly Virginia calendar
  • Folder 4: Washington, D.C.--1968; West Virginia--1934, 1944, n.d. (1960s)
  • Folder 5: Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia--n.d. (1940s), 1953; Blue Ridge Parkway guide--1963-64


Robert Holman Map Collection, Ms2013-019

HOLMAN, ROBERT. MAP COLLECTION, 1920s-1980s. 2.4 cu. ft. Collection contains more than 350 maps dating from the 1920s to the late 1980s, depicting U.S. states, regions of North and South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and the Pacific Islands, Antarctica, and the Arctic Circle, as well as celestial bodies; also includes more than a dozen travel guides, mostly for cities and regions in France and Italy.

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