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1934 Road Map of Jackson County, Missouri
1934 Road Map of Jackson County, Missouri
Title1934 Road Map of Jackson County, Missouri
Date1934
DescriptionMap shows roads in Jackson County. Legend indicates kind of road (paved, oiled earth, state highway, etc.) Section lines, electric lines, railroad lines, schools, and streams also shown. Only a few major roads in Kansas City are identified. Lists judges of the County Court, including Harry S Truman, presiding judge.
Dimensions17 x 18 in.
NotesScale ca. 1:112,600. Alex F. Sachs: County surveyor and highway engineer of Jackson County, Missouri.
CreatorOffice of the County Surveyor
Alex F. Sachs
Call NumberSC117, Series 3-8: Jackson County & Independence, Missouri #8
Local SubjectRailroads
Roads
Judges
Truman, Harry S.
Digital FormatTIFF
BarcodeAAC7134
RepositoryMissouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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Item ID163003
Item TypeMap
CONTENTdm number1275
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