|Title||The Official Map of Maine|
|Collection||Neal Jewett Collection|
|Scope & Content||
Color map of Maine in a scale of 1/8":1 mile. The map is divided into a grid with an index of features based on grid reference in the upper right corner; and a list of towns and cities with their population according to the 1910 census in the lower left corner. There is an explanation of symbols on the upper left side of the map. All cities, towns and villages are shown as well as political subdivisions, county lines and geographic features such as rivers and bodies of water. Transportation routes including roads, highways, trolley lines, railroads and railway stations are shown. Post offices and telegraph offices are also marked.
The map was published by the National Survey Company of Portland, Maine. The topographer was L.V. Crocker.
Crocker, Lawton Vincent (b.1890)
The National Survey Company
|Creator||The National Survey Company|
|Other Creators||Crocker, L. V. (Lawton Vincent), 1890-?|