Map of a portion of southern California and southwestern Nevada embracing the arid region of Mojave & Colorado Deserts including Death Valley, circa 1937

Metadata

Digital ID
map000200
Title
Map of a portion of southern California and southwestern Nevada embracing the arid region of Mojave & Colorado Deserts including Death Valley, circa 1937
Alternative Title
Mojave & Colorado Deserts including Death Valley
Group Creator
Description
79 x 52 cm. Panel title: Road map of the Mojave and Colorado Deserts including Death Valley National Monument. Index on verso. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. In lower right-hand corner: Burke Douglas Pflum. "3712."--Lower left-hand corner of copy 1. "C13247."--Lower left-hand corner of copy 2. "1379."--Lower right-hand corner. Originally folded to 28 x 11 cm. On verso: Map showing roads and points of interest in Death Valley and vicinity.
Individual Contributor
Source
Call number: G4361.P2 1937 .A87; Original publisher: The Club;
Original Collection
Alternative Date
after 1937
Geographic Feature (TGN)
State/Province
Country
United States;
Subject (LCSH)
DC Type
Still Image
Genre (LC TGM)
Maps
Language
eng
Rights
Not to be reproduced without permission. To purchase copies of images and/or for copyright information, contact University of Nevada, Las Vegas Libraries, Special Collections at: http://www.library.unlv.edu/speccol/
Format
image/tiff
Digital Publisher
University of Nevada, Las Vegas Libraries
Digital Collection
Compound Object
Y
Master File Creation Date
2013-03-12
Master File Creation Equipment
Unknown
Master File Extent
3345 x 4998 pixels; 22.3 x 33.32 inches; 50,614,272 bytes; 2 images
Master File Format
image/tiff
Master Operating System
Windows 7 Enterprise Service Pack 1 version 12.1x64
Master File Quality
24 bit color; 150 ppi
Master File Creation Software
Unknown

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