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1. Ashby Quadrangle Ashby Quadrangle 1913 Topographical map of areas of Otter Tail and Grant counties in Minnesota, including Stalker, Ten Mile, Pomme de Terre, Pelican, and Christina lakes. Map also depicts schools, railroads, and roads of various...

2. Bagnell Quadrangle Bagnell Quadrangle 1934 Topographical map of part of Miller County, Missouri, an area northeast of the Lake of the Ozarks. Map includes Osage River and Little Gravois Creek, as well as depicting tranmission lines, peaks, schools,...

3. Camdenton Quadrangle Camdenton Quadrangle 1934 Topographical map showing part of Camden County, Missouri bordering the Lake of the Ozarks, including the towns of Camdenton and Linn Creek and several branches of the lake. Also depicted are local mines,...

4. Green Bay Terrace Quadrangle Green Bay Terrace Quadrangle 1934 Topographical map of the Lake of the Ozarks within Camden County, Missouri, including the Niangua and Little Niangua Arms of the lake, as well as the Osage River. Also shown are churches and schools, as...

5. Irontown Ferry Quadrangle Irontown Ferry Quadrangle 1934 Topographical map of areas of Morgan and Camden counties in Missouri abutting the Lake of the Ozarks. Creeks and hollows are labeled, as are local cemeteries, schools, churches, and lodges.

6. Kansas City Quadrangle Kansas City Quadrangle 1940 Topographical map of Kansas City, Missouri, overlaid by street grid. Major streets identified, as well as schools, railways and hospitals.

7. Kansas City Quadrangle Kansas City Quadrangle 1940 Topographical map of Kansas City, Missouri, overlaid by street grid. Major streets identified, as well as schools, railways and hospitals.

8. Lake Ozark Quadrangle Lake Ozark Quadrangle 1934 Topographical map of a large area of the Lake of the Ozarks within Morgan, Miller, and Camden counties in Missouri. Lake features, including coves, beaches, and hollows, are noted, as are local schools,...

9. Lee's Summit Lee's Summit 1949 Topographical map of an area immediately to the south and east of Kansas City. Bodies of water included are Wildwood Lakes, Military Lake, Unity Lake and the Little Blue River. Railroad lines, roads of...

10. Lee's Summit Quadrangle Lee's Summit Quadrangle 1957 Topographical map of an area immediately to the south and east of Kansas City, and including the southeast corner of Kansas City and the south portion of Raytown. Railroad lines, roads, schools and churches...

11. Liberty Quadrangle Liberty Quadrangle 1935 Topographical map which features the southern portion of the town of Liberty and a section of the Missouri River. Other towns and landmarks depicted are Claycomo, Ravenna Gardens, Glenaire, White Hall...

12. Missouri City Quadrangle Missouri City Quadrangle 1945 Detailed topographical map of an area east of Liberty, Missouri, showing parts of Jackson and Clay counties. Missouri City and a section of the Missouri River are featured, as well as Nebo Hill, Atherton,...

13. Oak Grove Quadrangle Oak Grove Quadrangle 1934 Topographical map of part of Jackson County, Missouri, including the towns of Grain Valley and Oak Grove, and a segment of Sni-a-Bar Creek. Also depicted are railroads, schools, churches, and highways....

14. Toronto Quadrangle Toronto Quadrangle 1934 Topographical map of areas of Camden and Miller counties in Missouri, including an arm of the Lake of the Ozarks. Map also depicts area schools, churches, cemeteries, and lake features and tributaries....

15. West Plains Quadrangle West Plains Quadrangle 1946 Topographical map of Howell County, Missouri, including the town of West Plains. Map also depicts local creeks, churches, schools, and cemeteries, as well as roads of various grades.