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Younts Peak, Wyo.
N4330-W10930/30., Relief shown by contours and spot heights., Surveyed in 1905., Readjustment indicates that elevations on this map should be increased 8 feet., The topographic maps of the United States
[Geologic map of Wyoming].
Title supplied by cataloger., Geology is hand drawn and colored on U.S. Geological Survey base map compiled in 1913. Key to formations is handwritten in pencil, ink and crayon around margin., Shows township and range lines.
[Idaho, Montana and Wyoming ; Washington, Oregon and Idaho].
[Washington, Oregon and Idaho]., Relief shown by hachures., Title supplied by cataloger., Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington., Rand-McNally Standard atlas of the World, p. 155-156., The linked item is a digital copy of the original.
[Mud Volcano area : thermal features map]
VIII., Relief shown by contours and spot heights., Attributed by Geyser Observation and Study Association to D.E. White and others of the USGS., Thermal features hand annotated.
[Northwest Wyoming].
Shows Yellowstone National Park, Wind River Indian or Shoshone Reservation, mountain ranges, rivers, towns, roads and railroads., Title supplied by cataloger., Relief shown by hachures.
[Portion of Converse County, Wyoming].
Title supplied by cataloger., Relief shown by hachures., Shows portion of Converse County between Townships 30 and 33 North and Ranges 74 and 76 West. Ownership and leasing information for some tracts is color coded. Shows streams, roads, railroads, and town of Glenrock., Date inferred from landowner and post office information.
[Southwest Laramie County, Wyoming : roads, railroads, streams, and mines].
Shows Cheyenne, Granite Canyon Station, and Buford. Shows Happy Jack Road (Wyo. 210, unlabeled), Union Pacific, Colorado & Southern, and Burlington & Missouri railroads, Crow Creek drainage, and mines in the Middle and South Crow Creek region., Ttile supplies by cataloger., Handdrawn, col. features in crayon on printed township and range grid., Shows area bounded by T. 13-15 N., R. 65-70 W.
[Topographic map of Laramie, Wyoming]
Shows portion of Albany County surrounding the city of Laramie., Relief shown by contours and spot heights. Contour interval 10 feet., Oriented with north to left., Title handwritten on mounting fabric., Library's copy imperfect: lower right corner, including title block, missing; appears to be a revision of Nelson's City of Laramie reconnaisance map, 1927., Buildings shown on University of Wyoming campus are 1928 or later.

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