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95452. Topographic map of Colorado

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1913. George, Russell D., b. 1866 and Colorado Geological Survey. Contour interval 500 feet. Printed on linen-faced paper. At top of sheet: Colorado State Geological Survey. R. D. George, State geologist (Boulder ... Colorado geological survey.

95453. Topographic map of Colorado, 1913

University of Minnesota Public content
George, Russell D., 1866-. Relief shown by contours and gradient tints.; Includes diagr. showing relation of Colorado to International map of the world and insets of "Canon C... Colorado State Geological Survey (Boulder, Colo).

95455. Topographic map of Glacier National Park, Montana

University of Minnesota Public content
Geological Survey (U.S.). Relief shown by spot heights and contours. Contour interval 100 feet.; George Otis Smith, Director USGS. R.B. Marshall, Chief Geographer; Sledge Ta... The Survey.

95456. Topographic map of Glacier National Park, Montana

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1914. Geological Survey (U.S.). U.S. Geological Survey. Relief shown by spot heights and contours. Contour interval 100 feet. George Otis Smith, Director USGS. R.B. Marshall, Chie... The Survey.

95457. Topographic map of Green County

University of Minnesota Public content
Wisconsin. Geology and Natural History Survey. Relief shown by contours and spot heights. Contour intervals 20 feet.|64 x 62 centimeters|Scale 1:62,500|General Map Collection. The Survey (Madison, Wis).

95459. Topographic map of Indiana

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1914. Leverett, Frank, 1859-1943 and Geological Survey (U.S.). U.S. Geological Survey ; contours by Frank Leverett. Relief shown by contours. Contour interval 100 feet. "Base from U.S. Geological Survey 1:1,000... U.S. Geological Survey.

95460. Topographic map of Indiana University

Indiana University Public content
1967. Blue line print.; Date of photography May 1966.; Date of mapping March 1967. Scale 1:1,200. 1 inch = 100 feet. Indiana Univ. Physical Plant.