6 results, ordered by Publication Date
1847 Disturnell Treaty Map / Mapa de los Estados Unidos de Mejico

The 1847 Disturnell Treaty Map of Mexico and the American West

The 1847 Disturnell Treaty Map of Mexico and the American West. A map with a fascinating publishing history and a vital role in one of the most momentous territorial negotiations in American history. Disturnell’s large map depicts Mexico, with wash color by state, as well as much of the United States west of the Mississippi […]

$35,000
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A[nton] R. Roessler / Compiled and Drawn by M. V. Mittendorfer, C.E. / Edw. Welcke & Bro. 141 Fulton St. N.Y. / Printed by Ferd. Mayer 96 & 98 Fulton St. New York, A. R. ROESSLER’S LATEST MAP OF THE STATE OF TEXAS Exhibiting Mineral and Agricultural Districts, Post Offices & Mailroutes, Railroads projected and finished, Timber, Prairie, Swamp Lands, etc. etc. etc. New York: A. R. Roessler, 1874.

Landmark 1874 map of Texas by Anton Roessler

Anton Roessler’s 1874 map is one of the great large-format 19th-century depictions of Texas, being among other things the only published map to preserve the findings of Shumard’s Antebellum agricultural and geological survey. In scale, detail and content it represents a giant leap forward from Ferdinand Roemer’s 1849 geological map, and for its depiction of […]

$49,500
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Attractive Lamar County, Texas manuscript survey by a family patriarch

An interesting and most decorative survey of lands in Lamar County, Texas by the hand of the patriarch of a family, in which land bequests to various family members are laid out and precisely described.  Best as I can glean from census records, John Onstott (1802-1874) of North Carolina and Mary Polly Wood (1806-1879) of South […]

$3,500
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MURPHY & BOLANZ OFFICIAL MAP OF THE CITY OF DALLAS & SUBURBS. REVISED AND CORRECTED TO JANUARY 1911. Dallas: J.P. Murphy and Charles F. Bolanz, 1911.

Colossal and unrecorded wall map of Dallas, Texas

A colossal and unrecorded wall map of Dallas Texas, issued at a seminal moment in the development of the modern city. Dallas was one of the great American boom towns of the late 19th century, developing rapidly from a small frontier outpost into Texas’ most dynamic city. This map was issued in 1911, shortly after […]

$22,500
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