• Map of the City of Memphis and suburbs (1871)

    Nieberding, H

    Cadastral map of Memphis on the eve of the city's near-death crisis from successive yellow fever epidemics during the 1870s, showing the street grid and many of the outlying landowners. Roads, railroa…

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  • Map of the city of Memphis & vicinity (1925)

    Ohman Map Co

    This detailed color street map of Memphis (Tenn.) and its immediate environs contains various data and names landowners provided by Bluff City Abstract Co. In the city itself, the map highlights and n…

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  • Map of Memphis, between Kentucky and Texas streets

    Humphreys, J. H

    Surveyed by J. H. Humphreys on June 14, 1912, this drawing shows the three lots (A, B, and C) between Kentucky and Texas streets in Memphis, Tennessee. "Morgan Place" is above B lot and the "Lewis tra…

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  • Map of Memphis, between Jackson Street and Gholson Street

    Hand-drawn map showing the area between Jackson Street and Gholson Street in Memphis, Tennessee. Walker Street and Third through Seventh streets are drawn. Lot numbers are included. Area is just west…

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  • Railroads in Memphis, Shelby County, Tenn.

    Tennessee. State Planning Commission

    Map detailing the rail system in Memphis in 1929. Shows underpasses, overpasses, grade crossings with watchmen, and grade crossings with watchmen and gates. Also shown is Grand Central Station, Frisco…

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  • Map of the E. E. Meachem subdivision

    Auction for lots available in Meacham subdivision located northwest of Elmwood Cemetery. The advertisment states that the property lies south of Vance Street, is close to many private and public schoo…

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  • Plat of John Rice tract (approximately 1824)

    Plat showing the division of the 5,000 acre John Rice tract on the Fourth Chickasaw Bluff that would later be the site of Memphis, Tennessee. This division was between the three men credited with bein…

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  • Map of the city of Memphis from the latest survey

    Murray, A. J

    This map of Memphis, just after the city's first widespread yellow fever epidemic of the 1870s, shows street names, market houses, railroad depots and cemeteries. Noted on the left side of the map is…

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