Detail View: David Rumsey Historical Map Collection: Springhill, Greene County, Pennsylvania. Davistown P.O.

Author: 
Caldwell, Joseph A.
Date: 
1876
Short Title: 
Springhill, Greene County, Pennsylvania. Davistown P.O.
Publisher: 
J.A. Caldwell
Publisher Location: 
Condit, Ohio
Type: 
Atlas Map
Obj Height cm: 
42
Obj Width cm: 
34
Scale 1: 
31,680
Reference: 
U.S. Atlases L6172.
County: 
Greene County (Pa.)
City: 
Davistown (Pa.)
Subject: 
Property Ownership
Full Title: 
Springhill. (inset) Davistown P.O.
List No: 
4974.043
Page No: 
78
Series No: 
43
Engraver or Printer: 
Krebs, Otto
Engraver or Printer: 
Rand McNally and Company
Engraver or Printer: 
Arms, C.T.
Engraver or Printer: 
Underwood, J.A.
Engraver or Printer: 
Colton, G.W. & C.B.
Engraver or Printer: 
Cring, Henry
Publication Author: 
Caldwell, Joseph A.
Pub Date: 
1876
Pub Title: 
Caldwell's Illustrated, Historical, Centennial Atlas Of Greene County, Pennsylvania. From actual Surveys by & under the directions of Henry Cring, C.E. Assisted by C.T. Arms, Sr. C.E. J.A. Underwood, C.E. J.A. Howden. P.L. Mason. W.J. Kerstetter, C.E. W.F. Arms, C.E. H. Cring, C.E. Published By J.A. Caldwell, Condit, Ohio. 1876. Engraved, Lithographed & Printed By Otto Krebs, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Pub Reference: 
U.S. Atlases L6172.
Pub Note: 
Another of Caldwell's scarce county atlases with hand colored lithographic views, probably the first. Printed by Otto Krebs of Pittsburgh. There is a large folding map of Waynesburg, the county seat, and a Map of the Pittsburg (sic), Cincinnati and St. Louis R.R. Pan Handle Route, by Rand McNally, plus a page of advertisements for the route. Unlike the Clarion and Warren County Atlases that also have colored views, this was not an oil county so there are no views of oil wells. Full color.
Pub List No: 
4974.000
Pub Type: 
County Atlas
Pub Maps: 
29
Pub Height cm: 
45
Pub Width cm: 
38
Image No: 
4974043
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Authors: 
Caldwell, Joseph A.