Presented is the railroad and county map of the southern part of the state of Texas by George Cram, circa 1882. The map was issued in his Unrivaled Family Atlas and is hand-colored.
This map extends from the Texas and Louisiana line west to Tom Green, Pecors, and Presidio Counties. Both existing and proposed railroad lines are depicted here. The map includes a detailed inset map of western Texas in the left corner. Interestingly enough, the map misspells Texas as "Texs."
Very good condition. Paper is healthy, save one small edge tear confined to the bottom blank margin and repaired on verso with archival tape. Color is original to maps. Map measures 11 1/2"H x 19 1/2"W unframed.
Framed according to the highest archival standards in a custom-built frame. Framed dimensions: 18" H x 26" W x 2" D.
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