ROBERT S. KERR COLLECTION
MAPS

1. Proposed Reservoir for City of McAlester to Replace Reservoir Damaged By Eufaula Reservoir. Blueprint by Collins, Flood & Associates. Shows proposed addition to Lake McAlester. 40" x 60.75" (n.d.).

2. Grand River Dam Authority. Shows proposed site of MidWest Carbide Plant. O.O.W. Area Map. W.R Holway & Associates. 22.5" x 37" (1951).

3. Tuttle Reservoir. South Canadian River Basin. 15.5" x 21.25" (n.d.).

4. Arkansas-White-Red Basins. Boundary Map. Corps of Engineers, Southwest Division. 10.5" x 15.5" (1950).

5. Oklahoma Planning and Resources Board, Division of Water Resources. Flooding Areas. Color. 15.75" x 28" (1943).

6. Washita River Sub-Basin. Fort Cobb Project-Initial Phase. General Map and Land Classification. United States, Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation. 10.5" x 23.5" (1951).

7. Washita River Sub-Basin. Foss Project. General Map and Land Classification. United States, Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation. Color. 10.5" x 15" (1951).

8. Washita River Sub-Basin. Plan of Improvement and Other Projects Considered. United States, Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation. 10.5" x 37.25" (1950).

9. Foss Project. Potential Municipal Water Users. United States, Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation. 16.5" x 10.5" (1953).

10. Fort Sill Indian School Land Leased by Cameron. United States, Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service. 20.5" x 29" (n.d.).

11. Fort Sill Indian School Land. 14" x 12.75" (n.d.).

12. Part Plat of Civic Square, Alva, Oklahoma. Construction Design. Alexander & Pollard. 22.75" x 36"(n.d.).

13. Historical Map of Oklahoma. Oklahoma Natural Gas Company. 14.5" x 25" (1956).

14. Crosstown Route. Tulsa Metropolitan Area. Associated Expressway Engineers, Inc. Color. 22.25" x 36" (1961).

15. Project Distribution. Oklahoma State Department of Health, Division of Sanitary Engineering. Color. 13" x 20.75" (1960).

16. Trosper Park. Aerial view of golf course. Color. 14.75" x 16"(n.d.).

17. Urban Highways. Authorized and proposed Oklahoma City area highways. State of Oklahoma, Department of Highways. Treat Engineering Company. 21" x 17.75" (1953?).

18. Plan and Profile of Proposed State Highway. Preliminary Study of Proposed River Park Project Extension: Portland Avenue to Lake Overholser. State of Oklahoma, Department of Highways. 25" x 36.25" (1957).

19. Urban Highways. Authorized and proposed Oklahoma City area highways. State of Oklahoma, Department of Highways. 23" x 18.25" (1953).

20. Water Research Laboratories Building. Preliminary construction plans of the Water Research Lab at the University of Oklahoma, Research Park. Richard Norton Kuhlman. 18.5" x 23.5" (1958).

21. Proposed 4 Lane Highways from Lawton to Fort Sill. Office of the Post Engineer. Color. 19" x 25" (1951).

22. Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge. Fort Sill Expansion. Bureau of Biological Survey, Division of Game Management. Color. 11" x 20" (n.d.).

23. Fort Sill Vicinity. Proposed Land Acquisition. 14.25" x 20.25" (1956).

24. Official Route Numbering for the National System of Interstate and Defense Highways. American Association of State Highway Officials. 23" x 29" (1958).

25. Paden Highway Route. Proposed & Approved Federal Aid Routes. Sketch map, estimate no. 1. State of Oklahoma, Department of Highways. Color. 11" x 37.75" (1953).

26. Paden Highway Route. Proposed & Approved Federal Aid Routes. Sketch map, estimate no. 2. State of Oklahoma, Department of Highways. Color. 11" x 37" (1953).

27. Central Airlines. Present and Proposed Routes (Docket 6211). 14" x 20" (n.d.).

28. Proposed Urban Route in Okmulgee, Oklahoma. State of Oklahoma, Department of Highways. Color. 18" x 30" (n.d.).

29. Nebraska. Voting results (by county) for and against Kerr. Rand McNally Map colored in by Kerr's staff to indicate voting results in 1952. Color. 17.25" x 22" (n.d.).

30. Prue Village Addition in Osage County, Oklahoma. Shibley-Lane Engineering Company. 22.75" x 18" (1958).

31. Arkansas and Red River Basins. Flood Data, Tulsa District. Loss and benefit data for flood of April - May, 1957. 10.5" x 19.5" (1957).

32. Oklahoma. Possibly indicating election results by county. Color. 10" x 13" (n.d.).

33-34. Plan and Profile of Proposed State Highway. Federal Aid Project, Caddo County. U.S. Highway 281. State of Oklahoma, Department of Highways. 22.5" x 36" (1955).

35. Reservoir Projects. Projects existing, approved, under construction, and/or recommended in Oklahoma. Oklahoma Planning and Resources Board, Division of Water Resources. 11.5" x 22" (n.d.).

36. Arkansas River Basin, River and Harbor Project. Bank Stabilization and Channel Rectification. Short Mountain Dam Site to Wilsons Rock, Oklahoma. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. Color. 10.5" x 17" (1955).

37. Oklahoma. Waterway outlined. 11" x 16.25" (n.d.).

38. Forests in Oklahoma. Forest Survey Southern Forest Experiment Station. Color. 10.5" x 15.5" (1940).

39. Fort Cobb Project. Washita River Sub-Basin-Oklahoma. Foss-Fort Cobb Reservoirs Operating. General map and Land Classification. United States, Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation. 10.5" x 23.5" (1951).

40. Bird Creek Watershed. United States, Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service. Color. 15.75" x 14" (1960).

41. Acres Irrigated from Ground Water in Oklahoma. Oklahoma Planning and Resources Board. 11" x 21.5".

42. Navigation and Water Supply Studies. Map of Southeast and Central Oklahoma Water routes. Color. 11" x 15.75" (1954).

43. Navigation and Water Supply Studies. Map of Southeast and Central Oklahoma Water routes. 11" x 15.75" (1955).

44. Progress Map of Flood Control Improvements Concerning Polecat Creek, Oklahoma. Heyburn Dam and Channel Improvements. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. Color. 10.5" x 16" (1948).

45. Navigation and Water Supply Studies. Profile of Domestic Water and Navigation routes of Southeast and Central Oklahoma. G. B. Treat & F. J. Wilson Consulting Engineers. 11" x 15.5" (1954).

46. Navigation and Water Supply Studies. Map of Southeast and Central Oklahoma. Domestic and Navigation Routes. G. B. Treat & F. J. Wilson Consulting Engineers. Color. 11" x 16.25" (1954).

47. Rural Electrification Administration Regional Map. 11.5" x 16.75" (1949).

48. Progress Map of Flood Control Improvements Concerning Wister Dam, Oklahoma. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. Color. 11.5" x 16.75" (1948).

49. Progress Map of Flood Control Improvements Concerning Jenks Levee, Oklahoma. Corps of Engineers, Oklahoma. Color. 10" x 15.5" (1948).

50. Weather Bureau Service and Administration Offices in the Arkansas-White-Red Basins. Weather Bureau River Districts in the Arkansas-White-Red Basins. 8" x 10.5" (n.d.).

51. Canton Project. General Map and Land Classification. United States, Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation. Color. 10.5" x 27.5" (1946).

52. Elm Fork Filter Plant. Data on Sodium Chloride levels in tap water by days. Keuffel and Esser Company. 11" x 16.5" (1956).

53. Existing and Proposed Reservoirs (Dallas, Texas). Long range water supply study showing proposed Lake Texoma pipe line. Forrest and Cotton Consulting Engineers. Color. 11" x 8.5" (n.d.).

54. Eufaula Reservoir. Relocation of Country Roads, Pittsburg County. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. Color. 11.5" x 18" (1960).

55. Eufaula Reservoir. Relocation of U.S. Highway 69 & M-K-T Railroad. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. Color. 11" x 17" (1958).

56. Progress Map of Flood Control Improvements Concerning Denison Dam (Oklahoma & Texas). Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. Color. 10.5" x 15" (1948).

57. Progress Map of Flood Control Improvements Concerning Fort Gibson Dam. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. Color. 10.5" x 15" (1948).

58. Progress Map of Flood Control Improvements Concerning Hulah Dam. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. Color. 10.25" x 16" (1948).

59. Progress Map of Flood Control Improvements Concerning Great Salt Plains Dam. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. Color. 10.5" 15" (1948).

60. Progress Map of Flood Control Improvements Concerning Canton Dam. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. Color. 10.5" x 16.5" (1948).

61. Wabash River Flood Control Projects. Corps of Engineers. Color. 14" x 12.5" (1961).

62. Progress Map of Flood Control Improvements Concerning Fort Supply Dam. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. Color. 10.5" x 15.25" (1948).

63. Great Salt Plains Reservoir. Salt Fork of Arkansas River in Oklahoma. Project Recreation Area. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. Color.10.5" x 16.25" (1947).

64. CE-PHS Water Quality Study of Arkansas, Kansas and Red River Basins. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. Color. 10.5" x 15.75" (1962).

65. Eufaula Dam and Reservoir Public Use Areas. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. Color. 10.5 x 15.25" (1956).

66. Road Map of Pittsburg County, Oklahoma. "Project #1" and "Project #2" marked by hand. 14.75" x 11" (1930).

67. Progress Map of Flood Control Improvements Concerning Tenkiller Ferry Dam. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. Color. 10.5" x 17" (1948).

68. U.S. Department of Agriculture Soil Conservation Regions. Map of United States Soil Conservation Regions. Color. 8" x 10.5"(n.d.).

69. Lake Texoma. Durant Chamber of Commerce. Color. 8.75" x 11" (n.d.).

70. Lake Texoma Denison Dam and Reservoir. Public Use Areas. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. 10.5" x 15.25" (1955).

71. Red River Denison Dam and Reservoir. Commissioners of the Land Office. Color. 12" x 16" (n.d.).

72. Proposed Kaw Reservoir of Arkansas River Watershed. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. 10.5" x 17" (1961).

73. Proposed National Wildlife Refuge of the Kaw Dam and Reservoir Project. United States, Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife. 10.5" x 19.75" (1961).

74. Relocation of M-K-T Railroad Company Facilities. Keystone Reservoir, Arkansas River Watershed. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. Color.10.5" x 16.75" (1960).

75. Relocation of Osage County Roads. Keystone Reservoir, Arkansas River Watershed. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. (1960). Color.13" x 19".

76. Dam Sites and Spillway Locations Investigated. Keystone Reservoir, Arkansas River Watershed. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. 10.5" x 16.5" (1954).

77. Relocation of M-K-T Railroad Company Facilities. Keystone Reservoir, Arkansas River Watershed. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. Color. 10.5" x 17" (1960).

78. Abandonment of M-K-T Railroad Company Facilities. Keystone Reservoir, Arkansas River Watershed. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. Color. 11.5" x 17" (1960).

79. Oologah Reservoir. Verdigris River, Oklahoma. Proposed Rogers County Road Relocations in the Vicinity of Oologah Reservoir. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. Color. 8.5" x 11" (n.d.).

80. Verdigris River. 14" x 8.5" (n.d.).

81. Verdigris River Drainage Basin. Oklahoma Planning & Resources Board, Division of Water Resources. Don McBride, Chief Engineer. 14.25" x 8.5" (1940).

82. Mannford Reservoir (Keystone Site). Arkansas River Watershed. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. 12.5" x 8" (1946).

83. Proposed Lake Roads Relocation at Keystone, Oologah, & Eufaula. 8.5" x 11" (n.d.).

84. Arkansas River Watershed. Tenkiller Ferry Reservoir along Illinois River. Map of land lot purchase in Cherokee County. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. Color. 10.75" x 16" (1950).

85. Oklahoma's Newest and Grandest Lakes. Electric Power-Recreational Area-Flood Control Survey. Government Development Projects. Recreational Lake Areas in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. Lakeside Real Estate Service. Color. 20" x 11" (1953).

86. Map of Blasting Areas & Dates at Keystone Dam for Road Relocation. Resident Engineer's Office. Color. 24" x 18"(n.d.).

87. Arkansas River Watershed. Oologah Reservoir. Verdigris River, Oklahoma. Map of road relocations in Reservoir Area. Corps of Engineers. Color. 21" x 33" (1956).

88. Wyandotte Quadrangle. United States, Department of the Interior, Geological Survey. Color. 21" x 17" (1954).

89. Multiple Purpose Plan for the Development of Arkansas River and Tributaries. Indicates proposed reservoirs, locks and dams. Arkansas Basin Development Association, Inc. Color.18.5" x 24" (1956-1957).

90. Preliminary Work Plan for Runoff and Waterflow Retardation and Soil Erosion Prevention. Sandstone Creek Watershed. United States, Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service. 17.5" x 19" (1950).

91. Fort Cobb Quadrangle. United States, Department of the Interior, Geological Survey. Color. Color. 21" x 17" (1951).

92. Flood Control Work Plan for Mill Creek Watershed. United States, Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service. 34.5" x 15.75" (1949).

93. Colorado River Issue: Private or Public Control of U.S. Resources. Colorado River Storage Project. 4 Maps displaying: existing transmission lines, bureau proposed interconnection lines, utility proposals, and tollgates. National Rural Electric Cooperative Association. Color. 26.25" x 20".

94. Oklahoma. Untied States, Department of the Interior, Geological Survey. Color. 18" x 33" (1946).

95. Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention. Authorized Watershed Protection Project. United States, Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service, Forest Service. Color. 18" x 22" (1959).

96. Tupelo Reservoir. Boggy Creek, Oklahoma. Corps of Engineers. Color. 18" x 21.25" (1936).

97. Red River Basin. Flood Control and Navigation Projects. Corps of Engineers. Color. 17" x 27.75" (1956).

98. Red River Basin. Flood Control and Navigation Projects. Corps of Engineers. Color. 17.5" x 14.25" (1957).

99. Eufaula Dam and Reservoir. Arkansas River Watershed. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. 20.75" x 33.25" (1943).

100. Map of Denison Dam Showing Proposed Changes in Railroads and Highways. Red River Compact Commission. 11" x 12.75" (n.d.).

101. Tentative Location of Proposed Mississippi River-Gulf Outlet. Jim Walker per Geo. Parks. Color. 36.25" x 55.25" (1956).

102. Proposed Tidewater Ship Canal Connecting New Orleans Harbor (Mississippi River) with the Intracoastal Canal and Gulf of Mexico. Mississippi Valley Seaway Canal Association. 16.25" x 22.25".

103. Comparative Sailing Distances. Mississippi Valley Seaway Canal Association. 17" x 19" (1945).

104. State of Oklahoma Map of Completed, Proposed, and Under Construction Contracts. State of Oklahoma, Department of Highways, Progress Map 1959 thru 1962, Planning Division. 8.5" x 14" (1961).

105. Route Map of S. H. 21 & Future U.S. 59 from Broken Bow North by Smithville to Kiamichi Mountain in McCurtain and LeFlore Counties. State of Oklahoma, Department of Highways. Color. 11" x 46" (1956).

106. Oklahoma Construction Bulletin. 2 maps of completed construction projects 1943-1946. State Highway Department, Planning Survey. Color. 25" x 18.75" (1946).

107. Mayes County and G.R.D.A. Access Roads. Board of Commissioners. 14" x 36.5" (1951).

108. Oklahoma's State Highway System Indicating Where a Proposed Road Is To Be Constructed from Red Oak to Talihina. Color. 14" x 22" (1950).

109. LeFlore County General Highway Map Indicating Proposed Construction Sites and Grading Projects. Oklahoma Department of Highways, Department of Statistics. Color. 18" x 30.25" (1954).

110. Oklahoma Road Map. Oklahoma Department of Highways. Color. 18" x 30" (1960).

111. Metropolitan Washington, D.C. Rand McNally & Company. Color. 18" x 29" (n.d.).

112. Ouachita National Forest. Indian Meridian. United States, Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. Color. 19" x 26.5" (1956).

113. Will Rogers Field Area. Zoning and Land Use Plan. Oklahoma City Engineering Department. Hudgins, Thompson, Ball and Associates Architects and Engineers. Color. 26.5" x 21.5" (1960).

114. Ardmore, Oklahoma. Corps of Engineers. Color. 24" x 34" (1952).

115. Kiowa County. Color. 18.5" x 26.5" (n.d.).

116.Oklahoma City Ward and Precinct Map. 14" x 8.5" (n.d.).

117. Oklahoma City Ward and Precinct Map. Oklahoma City County Election Board. 34" x 22.25" (1953).

118. Leflore County. Gallup's Inc. Color. 22" x 17" (n.d.).

119. Indian Territory. Map of Indian Territories in Oklahoma (1889). Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Color. 25.5" x 32.75"

120. North American Indians. 1950 distribution of descendants of the Aboriginal population of Alaska, Canada, and the United States. University of Chicago, Department of Anthropology. 25.25" x 29.25" (1960).

121. Corps of Engineers Division and District Boundaries for River and Harbor and Flood Control. United States, Corps of Engineers. Color. 20.5" x 31" (1949).

122. Principal Waterways of the United States. Indicates completed and projected waterways and channels. Corps of Engineers. Color. 20.5" x 31" (1942).

123. Sewage Treatment Plant, Tulsa, Oklahoma. Flood Damage. Shows the general river bank area in the vicinity of the Sewage Disposal Plant and the new river bank established after the 1957 flood. Color. 22.5" x 34.5" (1955).

124. Arkansas and Red River Basin. Precipitation Stations within and Adjacent to the Tulsa District. Preliminary Isohyetal Map. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. 21" x 33.25" (1950).

125. Oklahoma City Floodway Map Indicating Channels, Laterals, and Land To Be Acquired. G.B. Treat Consulting Engineer. Color. 21.25" x 29.75" (1951).

126. Broken Bow Reservoir. Little River Watershed and Mount Fork River, Oklahoma. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. 21.75" x 33.75" (n.d.).

127. Soil Conservation Districts in Oklahoma. State Soil Conservation Board. Color. 18" x 32.75" (1946).

128. Red River Basin. Boggy Creek, Oklahoma. Tupelo Dam construction plans. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. 21.25" x 34" (1946).

129. Red River Basin Flood Control and Power Projects. Denison Dam to Fulton, Arkansas. 24" x 42.5" (n.d.).

130. Profile of Arkansas River. Pertinent Data-Proposed Development. River Mile 120 to River Mile 600. United States, Department of the Interior, Southwestern Power Administration. Tulsa, Oklahoma. 24" x 40" (n.d.).

131. Arkansas River Basin Grand (Neosho) River. Index Map. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. Indicates projects of reservoirs for flood control. Color. 42" x 27" (1944).

132. Denison Dam and Reservoir. Indicates land owned and disposed. War Department, Office of the Engineer. Color. 24" x 38.25" (1946).

133. Denison Dam and Reservoir. Indicates land owned and disposed. War Department, Office of the Engineer. Color. 24" x 38.25" (1946).

134. Denison Dam and Reservoir. Indicates land owned and disposed. War Department, Office of the Engineer. Color. 24" x 38.25" (1946).

135. Denison Dam and Reservoir. Indicates land owned and disposed. War Department, Office of the Engineer. Color. 24" x 38.25" (1946).

136. Isohyetal Map of the Kansas City District. Flood Study Branch. Indicates precipitation from storm of September 13, 1951. Corps of Engineers. Color. 28.25" x 50.25" (1951).

137. Isohyetal Map of the Tulsa District. Preliminary Storm Study Investigation. Indicates precipitation from storm of May 13-19, 1951. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa. Color. 41.5" x 35" (1951).

138. Construction Program of Missouri-Arkansas and Red River Valleys. Color. 40.25" x 39" (n.d.).

139. Oklahoma City Development Office. Status of Investigations. Indicates status of projects. United States, Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation. Color. 31" x 35" (1960).

140. Proposed Farm-Market Road. Alfalfa County, Oklahoma. Construction designs. H. H. Edwards. Color. 29.5" x 36.5" (1952).

141. Drainage Area Map of Kingfisher and Uncle John's Creeks in Kingfisher, Canadian, and Blaine Counties. State of Oklahoma, Department of Highways. 33" x 43.25" (1948).

142. Plans and Proposed Federal Aid Projects in Tulsa & Rogers County. Plans for construction on I-44. State of Oklahoma, Department of Highways. Color. 21.75" x 36.5" (1960).

143. Red Fork Route. Tulsa Metropolitan Area, Tulsa County. State of Oklahoma, Department of Highways. Associated Expressway Engineers, Inc. 22.5" x 78" (1960).

144. Plan and Profile of Proposed State Highway. Proposed U.S. 66 Bypass, Tulsa County. State of Oklahoma, Department of Highways. 23.25" x 36.5" (1954).

145. Ouachita National Forest (Arkansas Division). United States, Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. 36" x 54" (1945).

146. Sketch of Scenic Drive Mena to Oklahoma Highway 103. A sketch of roadside development from Mena to State Highway 103. 31.5" x 67.5" (1960).

147. Alaska Used To Indicate the Status of Various Highways and Connections in Alaska and Canada. United States, Department of Commerce. 27.75" x 45" (1955).

148. Sketch of Scenic Drive from Oklahoma State Highway 103 to U.S. 271. 31.25" x 63.75" (1960).

149. Proposed River Park Project Extension. Portland Avenue to Lake Overholser. Construction plans. State of Oklahoma, Department of Highways. G.B. Treat Consulting Engineer. 24.75" x 36.25" (1957).

150. Aerial View of State Highway 21 and Proposed New Road Construction from Broken Bow North. S.H.21 Bethel and Vicinity, McCurtain County. 49" x 38.5" (1955).

151. General Highway and Transportation Map of Tulsa County, Oklahoma. Illustrates improvements and proposed improvements to county transportation systems. 13.5" x 16.75" (1956).

152. Existing Water System of Marietta, Oklahoma. Shows existing and proposed water mains, lines, valves and fire hydrants. A.L. Pollard Consulting Engineer. Color. 35.5" x 33.5" (1962).

153. Arkansas River Basin Relief Map. Bixby, Oklahoma area is the focus of the map. Shows drainage areas, channel clearings, and flood and project limits. 16.75" x 11.5" (n.d.).

154. North Campus, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma. National Guard Lease area is highlighted in map and surveyed in map 155. 33" x 24.5" (1950).

155. Survey of Plot on North Campus, University of Oklahoma. Survey of National Guard Lease area highlighted in map 154. 8.5" x 11" (n.d.).

156. New State Office Buildings for the Oklahoma Capitol Improvement Authority. Civil Defense. Emergency Operating Complex for State Government floor plan. Sullivan Engineering, Suter and Sprehe Engineers and L.B. Perkins Company. 47.25" x 24" (n.d.).

157. Beckham County, Oklahoma. Map is keyed, showing alluvium and terrec deposits, sandstone and lime-gypsum formations, and wells developed for irrigation. Beckham County Abstract Company. Color. 11" x 8.5" (1954).

158. Oklahoma Counties: Wilcox, Barx, Washita, Streeter, Dewey, Bowman, Cheyenne, Kiowa, Meridian, and Berlin. Map is keyed, showing alluvium and terrec deposits and wells developed for irrigation. Slief-Vaughn Abstract Company. Color. 8.5" x 11" (1954).

159. Rural Delivery Route No. 1 Grant, Choctaw County, Oklahoma. Post Office Department. 12" x 18" (n.d.).

160. Rural Delivery Routes Nos. 1 and 2 Boswell, Choctaw County, Oklahoma. Post Office Department. 16" x 19.75" (n.d.).

161. Rural Delivery Routes Nos. 1 and& 2 Hugo, Choctaw County, Oklahoma. Post Office Department. 16" x 19.75" (n.d.).

162. Rural Delivery Route No. 1 Soper, Choctaw County, Oklahoma. Post Office Department. 11" x 17" (n.d.).

163. States Not Having One Carrier East-West Direct Transcontinental Service. Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, Research Division. Color. 11.5" x 18.25" (June 15, 1944).

164. Proposed Routes of Central Airlines, Inc. Central Airlines. 19" x 25" (n.d.).

165. Blueprint of Rock Crusher To Be Installed at Oklahoma Sub-Prison (Sub-Penitentiary) at Stringtown, Oklahoma. State Board of Affairs. 27.75" x 50" (October 8, 1944).

166. Federal Aid Sketch Map of Bryan County, Love County, and Marshall County. Oklahoma Highway Commission. Color. 61" x 11" (December 9, 1943).

167. Federal Aid Sketch Map of Jefferson County and Love County. Oklahoma Highway Commission. Color. 64" x 11" (December 7, 1943).

168. Honey Creek Deer Project. Oklahoma Game and Fish Commission. Color. 16.75" x 25.5"(October 1, 1944).

169. Game Type Map of Oklahoma. Oklahoma Game and Fish Department, Division of Wildlife Restoration. Color. 30" x 58" (1943).

170. General Highway and Transportation Map of McCurtain County, Oklahoma. Oklahoma State Highway Department. Color. 17.75" x 30". (1936).

171. Counties in Southeastern Oklahoma. Shows conditions of various roads. Oklahoma State Highway Department. 20.75 x 39.5" (n.d.).

172. Proposed Improvement, U.S. Highway 270; Randlett East to Arkansas State Line. Oklahoma State Highway Department. Color. 20.25" x 32.75" (n.d.).

173. Revisions of Federal Aid Routes, Denison Lake Area. Color. 19" x 25". (n.d.).

174. Condition of Improvement of State Highway System. Oklahoma State Highway Department. Color. 18.75" x 31.75" (June 1944).

175. Rainfall from April 13-14, 1945. Oklahoma State Planning Board. 9.25" x 16.5" (1945).

176. a-d. Map 176a shows Lake Texoma home site areas. 11" x 17"; map 176b shows Caney Creek area home site section. 10.5" x 16"; map 176c shows Mill Creek area home site section. 10.5" x 16.25"; map 176d shows Sand Point area home site section. 10.5" x 20". U.S. Engineer's Office in Tulsa, in cooperation with the National Park Service did all the maps. (June 1945).

177. Condition of Improvement of the State Highway System. Oklahoma Department of Highways. Color. 21.5" x 30.75" (May 1945).

178. Washita River, U.S. 77 South of Davis. Shows proposed river bank change. 17" x 21" (n.d.).

179. Blueprint Showing Widening of S.W. 29th Street in Oklahoma City. Shows cost. 10" x 25" (n.d.).

180. Oklahoma State Highway Commission Map. Shows 1945 overall construction program. Color.19" x 35.5" (1944).

181. Oklahoma State Highway Commission Map. Shows 1947 federal aid secondary highway program original submission and first supplemental submission. 19" x 36" (1945).

182. Routes Proposed for Inclusion in National System of Interstate Highways. 15.25" x 22.25" (n.d.).

183. Oklahoma State Highway Commission Map. Shows 1946 federal aid secondary program original submission and first supplemental submission. 19" x 36" (1945).

184. Oklahoma State Highway Commission Map. Shows 1947 federal aid secondary highway program original submission, first supplemental submission, and second supplemental submission. 19" x 36.25" (1945).

185. Oklahoma State Highway Commission Map. Shows 1946 construction program. 20.25 " x 36.25" (Revised October 17, 1946).

186. Oklahoma State Highway Commission Map. Shows 1947 construction program. 20" x 36" (Revised October 16, 1946).

187. Oklahoma State Highway Commission Map. Shows 1946 construction program. 19" x 36" (Revised November 27, 1946).

188. Oklahoma State Highway Commission Map. Shows 1947 federal aid secondary highway program original submission, first supplemental submission, second supplemental submission and third supplemental submission. 19.75" x 36.75" (1945).

189. Altus Project Map. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation. Color 15.5" x 21" (1943).

190. North Canadian River Investigations. Basin Map. New Mexico-Oklahoma-Texas. Color. 10.5" x 34" (1942).

191. Oklahoma Natural Gas Company Transmission System. Color 16" x 17.5" (April 1945).

192. Proposed Reservoir at Oklahoma State Penitentiary at McAlester. Color. 22" x 24" (n.d.).

193. Fort Gibson Reservoir, Recreation Areas. Army Corps of Engineers. 14"x 20" (April 1946).

194. U.S. Department of the Interior, Five Civilized Tribes, Delaware Project Area, Delaware County, Oklahoma, Grazing Areas. Color. 11" x 19.75" (1946).

195. Proposed Site for Arts and Crafts Building, Anadarko, Oklahoma. Oklahoma Planning and Resources Board, Division of Forestry and Parks. October 25, 1945. 25" x 35.5 " (October 25, 1945).

196. Irrigated and Non-Irrigated Lands in the United States, Bureau of Reclamation. Color. 10.5" x 14"(May 1944).

197. Arkansas Corporation Commission Official Map, Arkansas Railroads. AR Corporation Commission. Color. 17" x 22" (1939).

198a-e Series of Five Geologic Maps of Alfalfa, Garfield, Kingfisher, and Major Counties. Show thickness of terrace deposits; geologic cross sections; generalized contours on the bedrock surface; contours on water table, locations of water wells, test holes and shot holes; and thickness of saturated terrace deposits. Maps 198a and 198d indicate that the maps were made from aerial photos of USDA and from maps of the Oklahoma State Highway Commission. Map 198a also has the name of J. E. Barclay. Color on A. 19" x 24" (n.d.).

199. Arkansas Navigation System. Shows various geographic and topographic features, especially notes location of Webbers Falls Lock and Dam. Color. 17.75" x 22.5" (reprint 1945).

200. Coal Producing and Market Area, State of Oklahoma. Ben-Hur Mine Service. 14.75" x 17.5" (n.d.).

201a-b Little River and Tributaries in Southeast Oklahoma and Southwest Arkansas. Storm of August 27-29, 1947. Corps of Engineers. 11" x 18" (1947).

202. Plan of Proposed Flood Control, Little River and Tributaries in Southeast Oklahoma and Southwest Arkansas. Map to accompany report of June 9, 1947. Corps of Engineers. Color. 11" x 18" (1947).

203. Plan of Proposed Flood Control, Little River and Tributaries in Southeast Oklahoma and Southwest Arkansas. Map to accompany report of March 26, 1947. Corps of Engineers. 11" x 18" (1947).

204. Mean Annual Precipitation, Little River and Tributaries in Southeast Oklahoma and Southwest Arkansas. Corps of Engineers. Roy D. Burdick, Engineer. 11" x 18" (December 30, 1947).

205. Washita River Sub-basin. Shows isohyetals for storm of May 17, 1949 and locations of discharge determinations. Department of the Interior Bureau of Reclamation and Geological Survey. 21" x 33" (1949?).

206. Washita River Basin, Flood of May 17-21, 1949. Rainfall amounts indicated. Oklahoma Planning and Resources Board. 11" x 36" (1949?).

207. Oklahoma with Various Water Projects Under Construction or Under Investigation. 18" x 33" (1939, reprinted 1946).

208. Texas-Oklahoma-Eastern New Mexico Highway Map. Copyright Rand-McNally for distribution by Sinclair Oil. Color. 26" x 26.5" (c. 1948).

209. Commercially Navigable Inland Waterways of the United States. G.B. Treat & F.J. Wilson - Consulting Engineers.10" x 17" (December 20, 1954).

210. Oklahoma, Southern Kansas, Missouri, Northern Texas, and Eastern New Mexico Inland Waterways. 11" x 16.25" (n.d.).

211. Major Natural Gas Pipelines in the United States. Federal Power Commission. Color. 12.5" x 18.5" (March 1949).

212. Oklahoma Ordinance Works with Surrounding Area of Northeastern Oklahoma. 11" x 21" (n.d.).

213. The Rocket Race: Russia - United States. Missile launch sites, bases, training areas, and testing centers. The American Weekly. Color. 21.5" x 25" (March 5, 1961).

214. Normal Annual Isohyetal Map - Arkansas-White-Red River Basins. Annual precipitation. U.S. Department of Commerce, Weather Bureau. 22" x 32" (April 1951).

215. Marketing Areas Available to Aluminum Fabricators in Southern and Official Territories Compared on Basis of Freight-Rates and Distances. Tennessee Valley Authority, Commerce Department. 11" x 16.75" (July 1945).

216. Battle Route of the 90th Infantry Division in the European Theater of Operations. Color. 22" x 28.75" (June 1945).

217. The Box Score. Map shows Allied campaigns in European Theater during World War II. Has a photograph of Major General R. W. Hasbrouck, commanding. Hasbrouck commanded the 7th Armored Division. Map has various battle statistics. Color. In corner of the map is notation "Mark Lerman 45." Printed by Gebauer-Schwetschke Buchdruckerei A.-G Halle. 24" x 33.75". (1945).

218. Conservation Plan Map. Kerr Farms in LeFlore Country. Hand colored. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service. 38" x 43" (October 12, 1960).

219. McCurtain County, Oklahoma. Map in two pieces. Possibly shows road improvements. Slight tear. 36" x 96" (n.d.).

220. Keystone Dam and Reservoir, Public Use Areas. Slight tear. Tan color. Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army, Tulsa District. 31.5" x 43" (December 1962).

221. Lake Eufaula, Eufaula Dam and Reservoir, Public Use Areas. Slight tear. Tan color. U.S. Army Engineer District, Tulsa Corps of Engineers. 31.5" x 43" (January 1962).

222. State of Oklahoma. Oklahoma base map with highways. Attached legend. Color. 35" x 53" (compiled 1948, Edition 1952).

223. State of Oklahoma Department of Highways. Map showing condition of improvement of the state highway system. Blueprint. Torn. State Highway Commission. 30" x 52" (June 1945).

224. Areas of Principal Ground-Water Investigation in the Arkansas, White, and Red River Basins. Detailed index map key. S.W. Lohman, V.M. Burtis, and Water Resources Division of U.S. Geological Survey. 27" x 44" (1953).

225. Hutchinson County, Texas. Blue print with some pink. Phillips Petroleum Company. Geo. Harris. 33.5" x 37" (June 4, 1928).

226. Moore County, Texas. Blue print. Phillips Petroleum Company. Geo Harris. 33.5" x 36" (May 24, 1926).

227. Arkansas River Watershed, Lock and Dam 15 Short Mountain. Reservoir Area. Blueprint. U.S. Army Engineer District, Tulsa Corps of Engineers. 28" x 39" (November 1962).

228. Geological Map, San Jon Structure, Quay Country, New Mexico. Contours showing configuration top of Santa Rosa Sandstone. Blue print. H.T. McGee 24.5" x 34.5" (n.d.).

229. Oklahoma Highways 1957. Highway map with mileage figures shown. Color. Oklahoma Department of Highways. 21.5" x 34.5" (1957).

230. Oklahoma Planning and Resources Board Division of Water Resources. Shows projects either existing, under construction, authorized, and recommended. White and blue color. 18" x 34" (n.d.).

231. Pelican Lake. Lake sounding map. State of Minnesota Department of Conservation. Tan color. Division of Waters Engineers. 22" x 34" (February 7, 1952).

232. Map of Oklahoma's State Highway System. Oklahoma cities and towns. Color. Oklahoma Department of Highways. 21" x 34" (1948).

233. Highway Map of Oklahoma. Verso has individual city maps and map of U.S. Mileage and delivery time. Color. D-X. 18" x 26.5" (n.d.).

234. State of Oklahoma Highway Map. Map showing condition of improvement of the state highway system. Double sided. One side color, one side black and white. Photos of miscellaneous tourist scenes. State Highway Commission. 20" x 27" (April 1940).

235. General Availability of Ground Water and Depth to Water Level in the Arkansas, White and Red River Basins. Color. U.S. Department of the Interior Geological Survey. 21" x 27" (1953).

236. Eastern Canadian County, Possible Oil Lease Map. Parts hand colored red and blue-meaning unknown. 18" x 24" (n.d.).

237. Rand McNally Standard Map of Oklahoma. Double sided. Railroads on verso. Color. Principal highways in red. 20" x 27" (n.d.).

238. Minnesota-Ontario Border Lakes, Saganaga Lake. Color. U.S. Lake Survey, Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army. 17" x 22" (November 1955).

239. Eufaula Dam and Reservoir. Arkansas River Watershed. Blueprint. Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army, Tulsa District. 15.5" x 21" (January 10, 1956).

240 A/B. Ward and Precinct Map, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Slight tear. Hand marked. 240B hand colored. Supplemental page attached. 17" x 18.5" (February 1937).

241. Bedroom of Mrs. Robert S. Kerr at Arlington, Balmoral, Virginia. Hand drawn. Thin paper. Kerr and Company, Washington D.C. 18" x 24" (n.d.).

242 A/B. Playroom for Kerr grandchildren at Robert S. Kerr Ranch at Poteau. Tan color. Nautical theme. Jean Bolls designer. 19" x 24" (n.d.).

243 A-C. Subsurface Geology of Area Between Oklahoma City and Shawnee. Torn. Hand colored. Kenneth A. Ellison and Lon B. Turk. 18" x 19.5" (n.d.).

244. Navigation and Water Supply Studies. South East and Central Oklahoma map. Blue and white color. G.B. Treat and F. J. Wilson-Consulting Engineers. 11" x 21" (March 1955).

245. Proposed Route of U.S. 58. Road that crosses 10 rivers and skirts the shores of 7 lakes in Oklahoma. Three attached clippings. Tan color with some red and blue. 11" x 23" (n.d.).

246 A/B. Drawing of Residence of Senator and Mrs. Robert S. Kerr. Poteau, Oklahoma. Color. Detail and floor plan of cabana. Jean Bolls and Associates Designers. 35.5 x 17.25" (n.d.).

247. Pool and Garden Design of Residence of Senator and Mrs. Robert S. Kerr. Blueprint. Thomas Roberts Landscape Designer. 21" x 22" (January 20, 1959).

248. Project Map Upper Blue River Watershed. Atoka, Byran, Johnston, Murray, and Pontotoc Counties. Shows site number and drainage areas in acres. Hand colored. U.S. Department of Agriculture Soil Conservation Service. 16.5" x 46.5" (n.d.).

249. State of Oklahoma Department of Highways Route Map of Interstate Federal-Aid Primary Route on U.S. Highway 66. From the Texas state line easterly to Oklahoma City through Beckham, Washita, Custer, Caddo, Canadian and Oklahoma counties. Tan color with red and green tape. 22" x 161" (October 24, 1962).

Robert S. Kerr Collection Box List
Robert S. Kerr Collection Description


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