Other California Cities

Antique rare maps of Other California Cities


1881 - A Social Bon-Bon Party Will be given by the Young Ladies of the Bono Omnium Club! At Union Hall! Monday Eve., December 26, 1881 -- Benefit of Free Reading Room! . . . Music By Trickle's Quadrile Band of Marysville! . . .

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High Society Party Supporting The Local Library -- Oroville, California Large broadside promoting a fund raiser for the benefit of the Oroville Free Reading Room, sponsored by the Young Ladies of the Bono Omnium Club. An example of an early...


1896 - Perris' Miners' Map of Southern California Showing Specially The Desert Region Embraced In The Counties of San Bernardino, Riverside and Orange, and Portions of Adjacent Counties, Showing Mining Districts, Forest Reserves, Indian Reservations, And County

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First State of Perris' Rare Mining Map of Southern California Rare map of the Desert Region of Southern California, focusing in on the regions Mining Districts, Forest Reserves and Indian Reservations. The map is criss-crossed with early Southern...


1700 - A New Map of the Terraqueous Globe according to the Ancient Discoveries and most general Divisions of it into Continents and Oceans.

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Decorative double hemisphere map of the World, dedicated to William, Duke of Glouchester. This map shows California as an Island, an incomplete New Holland attached to N. Guinea, partial New Zealand Coast line and no Southern Continent. Extensive...


1895 - Reno and Surrounding Country

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Scarce newspaper map of the area centered on Reno, Nevada, from the Daily Nevada State Journal, published in Reno, Nevada. The map is centered on Reno and shows Virginia City, Lake Tahoe, Truckee, Carson, Bodie, Aurora, Wadsworth, Susanville, Big...


1947 - A Hysterical Map Of Lake Tahoe Wild and Woolly Nevada With Its Wide Open Places [With Original Envelope!]

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Hysterical Tahoe With Original Mailing Envelope! Fine example of this rare pictorial map of Lake Tahoe, "Drawn in Broken English by Jolly Lindgren." This comic pictorial map is full of puns and comic vignettes related to Lake Tahoe. The Legend...


1848 - Sketch of the Actions Fought At San Pasqual in Upper California Between the Americans and Mexicans Dec. 6th & 7th 1846

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Nice example of Emory's map of the Battle of San Pasqual, in North San Diego County, one of the earliest military battles fought in Upper California. The Battle of San was fought during the Mexican-American War in what is now the San Pasqual of San...


1854 - Official Map of the City of Sacramento California. Compiled From Actual Surveys By W.S. Watson Civil Engineer. Approved and declared to by the Official Map of the City by a Resolution passed Dec. 4th By the Common Council 1854.

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A Remarkable Survival Very rare wall map of Sacramento, oriented with east at the top of the map, showing the city at the height of the Gold Rush boom, drawn b y J.H. Peirce and lithographed by B.F. Butler. Originally printed on 8 sheets, the map...


1855 - Entrance of the Tejon Pass and A Portion of Tejon

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Interesting early view, looking into the Valley from the Tejon Pass.


1855 - Valley of Kah Wee Ya River (Four Creeks) [San Joaquin Valley]

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Detailed view of the Valley of the Kah Wee Yah River, apparently the Tulare River.. From Reports of Explorations and Surveys, to ascertain the most practicable and economical route for a railroad from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean, made...


1855 - Plain Between Kah Wee Ya and Kings River

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Detailed view of the Valley of the Kah Wee Yah River (Tulare River) and the Kings River. From Reports of Explorations and Surveys, to ascertain the most practicable and economical route for a railroad from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean,...


1855 - Great Basin from the Summit of Tejon Pass

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Early view of the Tejon Pass, looking to the northeast.


1855 - Sierra Nevada From The Four Creeks

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Detailed view of the Valley of the Kah Wee Yah River (Tulare River) and the Kings River. The expedition surveying the southern route along the 35th parallel, led by Lieutenant Amiel Weeks Whipple, explored from Little Rock, Arkansas, through Oklahoma,...


1856 - Ravines in the Bed of the Ancient Lake

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Interesting view showing a dry lake bed on the Arizona/California Border. The view was engraved by Charles Koppel for the Reports of Explorations and Surveys To Ascertain The Most Practicable and Economical Route For A Railroad From The Mississippi...


1856 - Map Showing The Location of the San Francisco & Sacramento Rail Road & Its Connections (bound into) Report of the Chief Engineer Upon The Preliminary Survey, Revenue and Cost of Construction of the San Francisco and Sacramento Railroad

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The Thomas W. Streeter - Warren Heckrotte Copy -- Rare Early California Railroad Map and Pamphlet By One of America's Most Important Railroad Engineers Rare early report on a California railroad, produced by Theodore Judah, the engineer who was the...


1857 - Preliminary Chart of Eastern Entrance of Santa Barbara Channel . . . 1857 (Rare Separately Published Example)

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Fine Example on Thick Paper Early sketch chart, showing the Santa Barbara Channel from the Town and Mission of Santa Buenaventura (Ventura) to Point Magu and extending east to Anacapa Island and the western coastline of Santa Cruz Island. Includes...


1860 - Mouth of Fall River Near Camp 20.

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Striking view of Fall River near Camp 20, from the Pacific Railroad Surveys.