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    [Map]. 1845 William H. Sandusky Plan of the City of Galveston. New York: G & W. Endicott, 1845. Measures 37.5" x 28" when folded out. Lith. of G. & W. Endicott 22 John St. N. York. Inset: Chart of Galveston Bar and Harbor, 1845. Compiled from the Latest Surveys by William H. Sandusky. Uncolored, with numbered blocks and named streets. Inscribed on left side "League and Boundary Line established by Wm G. Banks, County Surveyor." Measures 4.25" x 6" when folded. Original boards present with blind stamped brown cloth with title stamped in gilt. Blue endpapers.

    Reference: Streeter, Bibliography of Texas, 1606.

    Condition: Usual separations along old folds, largest measuring 1.5". Toned and foxed in places with light edgewear. Boards rubbed and joints weakened.

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    May, 2021
    19th Wednesday
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