Code: MudLakestoPacific-davis-1855 Price: $250.00 Title:
Explorations and Surveys for a Rail Road Route from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean. War Department. Route near the 41st Parallel. Map No. 4. From the Mud Lakes to the Pacific Ocean; from Explorations and Surveys made under the direction of the Hon. Jefferson Davis Secretary of War.
Size: Printed area measures 21 x 18 inches (53.34 x 45.72 centimeters)
Made after San Francisco earthquake and fire of April 18th, 1906.
Code: Sanfrancisco-geologicalsurvey-1906 Price: $250.00 Title:
Map of San Francisco and Vicinity Showing Relation of Burned District to the Entire City and the Location of the Principal Conduits in the Water-Suppy System.
Size: Printed area measures 15 x 14 inches (38.1 x 35.56 centimeters)
Extremely rare early Mexican map of San Diego. Only four known examples!
Code: SanDiego-victoria-1825 Price: $1,800.00 Title:
Plano del Puerto de San Diego de la California Septentrional. Plano del Puerto de San Blas en Las Costas del Estado de Xalisco.
Size: Printed area measures 21 x 15 inches (53.34 x 38.1 centimeters)
Historic Map of one of the world' most beautiful destinations.
Code: YosemiteDeposites-usgs-1930 Price: $300.00 Title:
Map of Glacial and Postglacial Deposits in Yosemite Valley, Mariposa County, California.
Size: Printed area measures 17 x 36 inches (43.18 x 91.44 centimeters)
One of the most interesting maps to show expeditions into our chosen area...' - Wheat
Code: SaltlakeCitySanFrancisco-topoengin-1855 Price: $650.00 Title:
Map Showing the different routes travelled over by the Detachments of the overland Command in the Spring of 1855 from Salt Lake City, Utah to the Bay of San Francisco.
Size: Printed area measures 23 x 19.5 inches (58.42 x 49.53 centimeters)
Scarce early map of Santa Barbara and Los Angeles California.
Code: SantaBarbaraLosAngeles-uscs-1855 Price: $250.00 Title:
(J No. 4) Preliminary Survey of San Pedro Anchorage and Vicinity of Santa Barbara California.
Size: Printed area measures 8 x 15 inches (20.32 x 38.1 centimeters)