Post route map of the states of Illinois, Iowa, and Missouri with adjacent parts of Indiana, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Nebraska, Kansas and Arkansas showing post offices with the intermediate distances and mail routes in operation on the 1st of October 1891


Post route map of the states of Illinois, Iowa, and Missouri with adjacent parts of Indiana, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Nebraska, Kansas and Arkansas showing post offices with the intermediate distances and mail routes in operation on the 1st of October 1891

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Title:
Post route map of the states of Illinois, Iowa, and Missouri with adjacent parts of Indiana, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Nebraska, Kansas and Arkansas showing post offices with the intermediate distances and mail routes in operation on the 1st of October 1891
Creator:
Roeser, C. (Charles)
Creator:
Goepel, P.
Creator:
Kilp, A.
Creator:
United States. Post Office Dept
Name on Item:
published by order of Postmaster General John Wanamaker under the direction of C. Roeser, Jr. ; drawn by P. Goepel & A. Kilp.
Date:
1891
Format:
Maps/Atlases
Location:
Boston Public Library
Norman B. Leventhal Map Center
Collection (local):
Norman B. Leventhal Map Center Collection
Subjects:
Counties--Illinois--Maps
Counties--Iowa--Maps
Counties--Missouri--Maps
Postal service--Illinois--Maps
Postal service--Iowa--Maps
Postal service--Missouri--Maps
Railroads--Illinois--Maps
Railroads--Iowa--Maps
Railroads--Missouri--Maps
Illinois--Maps
Iowa--Maps
Missouri--Maps
Places:
Illinois
Missouri
Iowa
Publisher:
[Washington, D.C.] : Post Office Dept.
Notes:
Prime meridian: Washington, D.C.
Insets: Environs of Des Moines -- Environs of Chicago -- Counties of Jackson, Mo. and Wyandotte, Kan. -- Environs of St. Louis.
"The service on this diagram brought up to date of October 1st. 1891."
Extent:
1 map on 4 sheets : col., assembled ; 155 x 136 cm.
Scale:
Scale [1:633,600]. 10 miles to the in.
Language:
English
Identifier:
06_01_009004
Call #:
G4101.P8 1891 .U55x
Barcode:
39999065658229
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