Map of California and Nevada deserts, 1905
- Digital ID
- Map of California and Nevada deserts, 1905
- Alternative Title
- California and Nevada deserts; Los Angeles Sunday times
- 'Compiled by G.E. Bailey, E.M. Issued under the auspices of the the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce and the supervision of its mining committee, Dan Murphy, H.Z. Osborne, Geo. W. Parsons, F.W. Braun, O.P. Posey, 1905.' 'A carefully prepared and authentic map of the desert mining region tributary of Los Angeles, embracing portions of Lincoln, Nye and Esmeralda counties, Nevada, showing location of all water supplies.' At top of page: 'Desert map. California-Nevada'. 'Miner's guide. Springs and waterholes.' Relief shown by hachures. Shows range and township grid.
- Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce; Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce. Mining Committee; Los Angeles times;
- Scale indeterminable (W 119°--W 114°/N 37°--N 33°).
- Accession Number
- G4360 1905 .B35
- Original Date
- Alternative Date
- United States
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- Still Image
- Genre (LC TGM)
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- Digital Publisher
- University of Nevada, Las Vegas Libraries
- Digital Collection
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