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G. M. Hopkins' Map of Kansas City, Missouri
G. M. Hopkins' Map of Kansas City, Missouri
TitleG. M. Hopkins' Map of Kansas City, Missouri
Date1886
DescriptionMap of Kansas City showing major wards, streets, neighborhoods, subdivisions, railway lines, horse car lines, cable lines, and motor lines. Red ink markings added at a later date. Stamped at the top: "Compliments of Sweet Bros., Real Estate and Investments, Room 212 Alamo Building. Choice Business & Income Property a Specialty, Correspondence Solicited, Kansas City, Mo."
Dimensions19 x 21.25 in.
Location DepictedKansas City, Missouri
CreatorG. M. Hopkins
Call NumberSC117, Series 3-1: Kansas City, Missouri #25
SubjectMaps
Streets
Street railroads
Local SubjectWards
Street Railways
Residential Districts
Cable Cars
Digital FormatTIFF displayed as JPEG 2000
Barcode30000083
RepositoryMissouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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Item ID162901
Item TypeMap
CONTENTdm number1509
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