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Glen F. Brown, Richard A. Bramkamp, Leon F. Ramirez, Roy O. Jackson, Simon H. Kfoury, et al., ARABIAN PENINSULA [:] MISCELLANEOUS GEOLOGIC INVESTIGATIONS MAP I-270 B-1. Washington, D.C.: The Survey (U.S. Geological Society), 1958.

A foundation map of the 20th-century petroleum industry

The scarce 1958 first edition of this landmark oil map of Saudi Arabia, the product of a remarkable partnership between the Saudi and American governments, Saudi Aramco, and the U.S. Geological Survey. This is one of the most influential oil maps ever produced, being the first accurate and comprehensive general oil map of the entire […]

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John H. Renshawe / United States Geological Survey, PANORAMIC VIEW OF THE CRATER LAKE NATIONAL PARK, OREGON. Washington, D.C.: Department of the Interior, [ca. 1914.]

Panoramic View of the Crater Lake National Park

A spectacular bird’s-eye view of Crater Lake National Park in Oregon, prepared by John H. Renshawe (1852-1934) from topographic sheets of the United States Geological Survey. Established in 1902 and encompassing the volcanic caldera of the now-extinct Mount Mazama, Crater Lake is one of the country’s oldest national parks and the only one in Oregon. […]

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Prepared by N H. Darton, L. W. Stephenson, and Julia Gardner… Edited by George W. Stone… Base compiled by A. F. Hassan, 1922; revised 1930, GEOLOGIC MAP OF TEXAS. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Geological Survey, 1937.

Mammoth 1937 geologic map of Texas

A staggering production and rare on the market, this 1937 Geologic Map of Texas differentiates more than 100 strata and would extend to nearly seven by eight feet if joined.  The map uses more than 100 combinations of color and shading to differentiate the state’s geologic strata. These are described by an explanatory table on […]

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Ca 1920s New England Telephone Telegraph atlas of southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island

Composite atlas of the New England telephone network in the 1920s

A composite atlas of U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) quads of southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island, massively annotated by hand to depict the regional telephone network, probably in the mid-1920s. This remarkable thematic atlas was compiled by engineers of New England Telephone & Telegraph working at its Southern Division headquarters at 234 Washington Street in Providence, […]

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