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    Map of San Antonio, Uvalde & Gulf Railroad and Connections. 11" x 8.5", San Antonio, 1912. With a printed notice on the verso listing the stations and plans for expansion. The town of Prince is circled in red crayon on the map, and the town name added in black ink along with an arrow. Prince has been added by hand to the list of stations along the rail line to the list on verso.

    The San Antonio, Uvalde and Gulf Railroad was created in 1909, under the name of Crystal City and Uvalde Railroad, before being renamed in 1912. The company later became known as "The Sausage." This is the earliest items and only map from this railroad company we have seen.

    Condition: Flattened folds, light toning at edges and along folds. Area of chipping at lower corner has been repaired with archival material. Minimal chipping at edges. Very fine copy.

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    March, 2018
    17th Saturday
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