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AUCTION 22

 

Oklahoma after the Land Rushes & Oil Booms


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308.     [MAP]. HAMMOND, C.S. & COMPANY. Oklahoma [above lower neat line at center] Hammond’s Enlarged Map of Oklahoma Copyright 1911, by C.S. Hammond & Co., N.Y. [untitled inset of Panhandle of Oklahoma showing Cimarron, Texas, and Beaver counties]; [verso with text re post offices, railroad lines, postal shipping guide, etc.]. New York, 1911. Lithograph map in full color, Congressional District boundaries numbered and outlined in orange, existing and projected electrical lines denoted by orange lines, neat line to neat line: 41.33 x 55.3 cm; overall sheet size: 43.3 x 60.9 cm., folded into original orange paper folder (18.9 x 8.8 cm), upper cover: Price 15 cents. 1910 Census. Hammond’s Complete Map of Oklahoma…C.S. Hammond & Company Publishers 142 Fulton Street, New York. A few minor voids at folds (no appreciable losses), old cello tape (residual staining from adhesive), generally a very good copy of an ephemeral map. No copies located in OCLC.

     This is a somewhat early map of Oklahoma after it attained statehood in 1907. This crowded map shows the transition from Indian and Oklahoma Territories to statehood, following the great land rush and the discovery of black gold.

($100-200)

Sold. Hammer: $150.00; Price Realized: $180.00

Auction 22 Abstracts

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