Inventory to the
Lyle H. Boren Collection, 1885-1949
Carl Albert Center, University of Oklahoma

Maps and Other Oversize Material Lists



Go to Lyle H. Boren Collection Oversize Box 9

Series 8: Oversize Materials, 1894-1947 (bulk: 1936-1947).

Map 1: Lincoln, Okfuskee, Okmulgee, and Creek Counties, 1938, 18 1/2" x 13 1/8".

This hand drawn map from the Bristow Chamber of Commerce shows highways and major cities.

Map 2: Grand Lake of Oklahoma, n.d., 21 1/2" x 27".

This tourist map from, the Miami (Okla.) Chamber of Commerce, is brightly colored with pictures.

Map 3: Map Showing Condition of Improvement of the State Highway System, 1941, 27" x 20".

This map, from the Oklahoma Department of Highways, is colored with pictures.

Map 4: General Highway and Transportation Map, Pontotoc County, Oklahoma, 1936, 20" x 18".

This map, from the Oklahoma State Highway Department, has blue ink on white paper.

Map 5: General Highway and Transportation Map, Garvin County, Oklahoma, 1936, 22 1/2" x 18".

This map, from the Oklahoma State Highway Department, has blue ink on white paper.

Map 6: Ada, Oklahoma, n.d., 13" x 13".

This black and white map is from the Ada (Okla.) Chamber of Commerce.

Map 7: Maud, Oklahoma, c. 1940, 22" x 17".

This set of two blueprints shows land, streets, water and sewer lines for certain sections of the town. One map has photograph of a grade school glued to it.

Map 8: Oklahoma, Stonewall Quadrangle, 1928, 16" x 20".

This is a topographical map by the U.S. Geological Survey, Department of the Interior.

Map 9: Rock Island Lines, Route of the Rockets, 1938, 32" x 18".

This black and white map is from the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Co.

Map 10: Rock Island Lines, Shawnee, Oklahoma, 1940, 48" x 23 3/4".

This map locates and describes Rock Island mechanical buildings.

Map 11: Proposed Reservoir on Pole Cat Creek, n.d., 22" x 14".

This blueprint is by E. A Smith for the Oklahoma Conservation Commission.

Map 12: Map of Deep Fork Drainage District No. One, Lincoln County, Oklahoma, 1913, 81" x 31".

This map of blue ink on white paper shows main relief ditch and tributary diversion ditches. Homer J. Wilkins is listed as Engineer in charge.

Map 13: Proposed Wild Horse Lake on Polecat Creek, Creek County, n.d., 19 1/4" x 14 3/4".

This is a blueprint.

Map 14: Oklahoma Needs Concrete Roads, n.d., 20" x 17".

This map from the Portland Cement Association has printed photographs and drawings. There are handwritten notes on it.

Map 15: Coal County, Oklahoma, n.d., 9 1/2" x 12".

This black and white map is from the Coal County Abstract Company.

Map 16: Civic-Commercial Map Directory, Shawnee, Oklahoma, c. 1943, 15 1/2" x 17".

This Black and white map with colored pencil markings, from The County Democrat, shows airport location - possible future expansion areas marked in pencil. A golf course is also labeled.

Map 17: Proposed Konawa Soil Conservation District - South Canadian Watershed, c. 1937, 14 1/2" x 12 3/4".

This map is hand drawn.

Map 18: Map of Oklahoma, n.d., 20 1/2" x 13".

This is a blueprint.

Map 19: Petroleum Movement Map of the United States, Peacetime Operations, 1941, 16" x 10 1/2".

This map is in color. It is labeled "Figure 1."

Map 20: O. P. C. Project Movement Map of Eastern United States, 1941, 16" x 10 1/2".

This map is in color. It is labeled "Figure 2."

Map 21: Composite Movement Map of Eastern United States, Composite Operations - Present and Proposed, n.d., 16" x 10 1/2".

This map is in color. It is labeled "Figure 3."

Map 22: Map of the United States Showing War Emergency Pipe Line and Proposed Extension, n.d., 16" x 10 1/2".

This map is in color. It is labeled "Figure 4."

Map 23: Proposed Routes for Alaskan International Highway, 1942, 21" x 12".

This black and white map is from the Alaskan International Highway Commission.

Map 24: Interconnected Power Systems in Southwest United States, 1944, 13" x 11".

The names T. M. Markley and S. I. McElhoes are written in pencil on this black and white map.

Map 25: Tongass National Forest Recreation Map, Alaska n.d., 10" x 14".

There are four copies of this map from the U. S. Forest Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture. They are black and white with markings in red pencil. One contains a handwritten note to Lyle Boren.

Map 26: Garr Creek Flood Protection, Seminole County, 1937, 17" x 22".

This blueprint from the Division of Water Resources, Oklahoma Planning and Resources Board, shows Fishing Creek and Brown's Creek, along with the plan of a typical dam section.

Map 27: Lawton, Fort Sill, and the Wichita Mountains, n.d., 24 1/2" x 18 1/2".

This tourist map from the Lawton Chamber of Commerce contains some coloration as well as black and white photographs with captions.

Map 28: Official Road Map of Oklahoma, n.d., 24" x 18".

This color map by the H. M. Gousha Company shows where Conoco products are sold.

Map 29: Map of Creek County, Oklahoma, n.d., 25" x 29".

This blue ink on white paper map by the Department of Highways has areas marked in red pencil. A handwritten note reads "Pole Cat Creek Land Utilization Project, Creek County, Oklahoma."

Map 30: Road Map Seminole County, Oklahoma, 1939, 37" x 17 3/4".

This map by William Roy Grace, County Engineer, has blue ink on white paper with markings in red pencil.

Oversize Item 1: What and When?, 1943, 30" x 27 1/2".

This large, color chart from Geyer, Cornell, and Newell, Inc. contains statistics and predictions for World War II. It covers income and buying power, advertising, scientific developments, production, etc. for 1943 - 1945.

Oversize Item 2: Golden Tone Radios and Phonographs, 1941, 26" x 12 3/4".

This brown ink on white paper advertisement displays various General Electric products.

Oversize Item 3: Celebration Dinner Honoring Tom Braniff, Air Transport Pioneer, Builder of International Goodwill, and Southwest Business Leader, 1945, 22" x 29".

This event was sponsored by the Dallas Chamber of Commerce. The sheet, containing brown and blue ink on white paper, has printed photographs with captions and printed signatures in the background.

Oversize Item 4: Conservation of Paper, n.d., 33" x 24".

This black and white printing proof by the U. S. Victory Waste Paper Campaign contains sample ads for publication in newspapers.

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