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Condition map of Minnesota Trunk Highways : a 7,000 mile primary system showing national and state markings

1928. Minnesota. Department of Highways. Cartographic Details: Scale approximately 1:1,530,000. Description based on: 1932 sheet. Each sheet lists the Commissioner of highways and the Chie...

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Condition map of Minnesota Trunk Highways: a 7,000 mile primary system showing national and state markings

Condition map of Minnesota Trunk Highways: a 7,000 mile primary system showing national and state markings

1928. Minnesota. Department of Highways. Cartographic Details: Scale approximately 1:1,530,000. Description based on: 1932 sheet. Each sheet lists the Commissioner of highways and the Chie...

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Condition map of Minnesota Trunk Highways: a 7,000 mile primary system showing national and state markings

Condition map of Minnesota Trunk Highways: a 7,000 mile primary system showing national and state markings

1928. Minnesota. Department of Highways. Cartographic Details: Scale approximately 1:1,530,000. Description based on: 1932 sheet. Each sheet lists the Commissioner of highways and the Chie...

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Plat book of the city of Saint Paul, Minn. and suburbs : from official records, private plans and actual surveys

1928. St. Paul Real Estate Board (Saint Paul, Minn.); G.M. Hopkins & Co. Cartographic Details: Scale [1:200] and [1:100]. 200 ft. to the in. and 100 ft. to the in. Some maps presented at a scale of [1:300], 300 ft. to 1 ...

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Superior National Forest, Minnesota, 1928.

Superior National Forest, Minnesota, 1928.

1928. United States. Forest Service. Cartographic Details: Scale approximately 1:253,440. Location map. Text and ill. on verso. "4th principal meridian." 59 x 78 cm.