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    Matthews-Northrup & Co. Map of Texas, Including Oklahoma and Indian Territory. Buffalo, New York: Matthew & Northrup, [1905]. 12.5" x 20.5" (sight), matted and framed to an overall size of 22.5" x 29.5". Copyright date listed at bottom appears to read 1805, but is likely 1905; 1900 Texas census is listed as 3,048,710, along with other geographical information for Texas consistent with that time. Similar data is printed for Oklahoma and Indian Territories. Appears to be from the Matthew-Northrup Up-to-Date Texas vest pocket map series, but lacking wraps. Ex. Arader Galleries.
    Condition: Smoothed folds, good color, excellent condition with no visible flaws.


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    March, 2017
    24th Friday
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