CARL ALBERT COLLECTION
Maps

1. PINE CREEK LAKE, OKLAHOMA. Also includes information about Pine Creek Dam and lake, facilities, and rules and regulations. 11" x 17" (1972).

2. ARKANSAS AND RED RIVER BASINS AUTHORIZED PROJECTS, TULSA DISTRICT. Also lists federal projects chronologically, under public law headings. 9 1/2" x 20 1/2" (July 1969).

3. TWENTY YEAR DEVELOPMENT PLAN. Shows existing and proposed Southwestern Power Administration lines. Attached statement contains a summary of reasons against proposed SPA lines. 18" x 21 3/4" (1945).

4. PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF OKLAHOMA ELECTRIC SYSTEM MAP. Shows distribution co-ops and points where service has been requested or where connections have been approved. By Public Service Company of Oklahoma. 22" x 35 1/2" (1948).

5. PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF OKLAHOMA TERRITORY SERVED. Shows existing water, electric, and gas service lines. 10" x 14" (n.d.).

6. OKLAHOMA ELECTRIC SYSTEM MAP. Shows major electric generation stations, co-op points, present and future OG&E and SPA lines. 22" x 36" (April 15, 1949).

7. RED RIVER BASIN FLOOD CONTROL AND NAVIGATION PROJECTS. Lists authorized federal projects. By U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 16 1/2" x 26 1/2" (February 1956).

8. LAKE TEXOMA, DENISON DAM AND RESERVOIR. Shows access roads and public use areas in Oklahoma and Texas. A typed index is attached, describing camps, resorts and other locations. 31" x 21 1/2" (August 1956).

9. ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OF BROADCAST ARRANGEMENTS FOR IMPEACHMENT PROCEEDINGS, JUNE-AUGUST 1974. By American Broadcasting Company. 20" x 26" (May 1974).

10. SEATING PLAN, U.S. HOUSE CHAMBER. Shows press/public seating arrangements for impeachment proceedings. By Architect of the Capitol. 15 1/2" x 20 1/2" (July 1974).

11. DRAWING OF U.S. HOUSE FLOOR. Shows camera placement and lighting arrangements. 22" x 34" (n.d.).

12. ARCHITECTURAL PLAN, RAYBURN HOUSE OFFICE BUILDING. Shows third floor, west side of building. By Architect of the Capitol. 24" x 35" (September 10, 1965).

13. PROPERTIES UNDER JURISDICTION OF THE ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL. Inset shows a map of Poplar Point Nursery, Anacostia, Washington, D.C. By Architect of the Capitol. 30" x 39" (June 15, 1972).

14. PROPERTIES UNDER JURISDICTION OF THE ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL. Highlights an area of the Metro system-first section of vehicular tunnel of center leg of inner loop. By Architect of the Capitol. 27 1/2" x 39" (Sept 6, 1967).

15. STRIP-MINE RECONNAISSANCE MAP, PIKE COUNTY, INDIANA. Inset: Original land locations and surveys, culture in incorporated places. By Central States Forest Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture. 35" x 42" (1947).

16. a) ATOKA COUNTY RURAL WATER DISTRICT NO. 4 - SECTION 1. 35" x 47 1/2" (n.d.). b) PROPOSED WATER LINES, ATOKA COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. By Southwest Engineering Inc. 24" x 35" (n.d.).

17. PARK SITE NO. 2, EUFAULA DAM AND RESERVOIR. By U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 27" x 30 1/2" (n.d.).

18. SOUTHERN PACIFIC COTTON BELT. Southern Pacific rail lines in the U.S. Also contains a listing of piggyback ramps. By Southern Pacific Company. 18" x 32" (1974).

19. BROKEN BOW RESERVOIR. Contoured depth aerial map. General information on back. By A.I.D. Associates, Inc. 22 1/2" x 28 1/2" (1974).

20. OZARKS REGIONAL COMMISSION PUBLIC FACILITY PROJECTS IN OKLAHOMA. Inset: Ozarks Regional Commission boundaries. Map contains a listing of federal projects (by year) and grant awards. 19" x 25" (n.d.).

21. BOMB LOADING PLANT MODERNIZATION, NAVAL AMMUNITION DEPOT, MCALESTER, OKLAHOMA. 28" x 41" (April 1974).

22. ATOKA COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. Shows present and proposed water lines and water towers. Various water districts shaded in by hand. 21 1/2" x 24 1/2" (n.d.).

23. ATOKA COUNTY RURAL WATER DISTRICT NO. 4. Shows size of PVC lines. 35" x 53" (n.d.).

24. a) MCGEE CREEK LAKE AND PROJECT AREA. Shows flood control pool, conservation pool, spillway dikes, and proposed Boswell Lake. Inset: locality map. By U.S. Army Corp of Engineers. 20 1/4" x 29" (n.d.). b) ATOKA COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. Map shows Bugaboo Canyon. 21" x 24" (n.d.).

25. SEATING PLAN, 1973 PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURAL STANDS. Drawing No. IS3. By Architect of the Capitol. 20" x 28" (n.d.).

26. REGION 1, NORTH FORK, SALT FORK, PRAIRIE DOG TOWN FORK, AND ELM FORK OF RED RIVER. By Oklahoma Water Resources Board. 19 3/4" x 23 3/4" (n.d.).

27. ARBUCKLE AREA. Removed from a brochure on proposed Rock Creek Dam, 1956 file. Map is annotated and hand- colored. 24" x 29 1/2" (n.d.).

28. LAKE TEXOMA, DENISON DAM AND RESERVOIR, PUBLIC USE AREAS. By U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 10" x 15 1/2" (November 18, 1955).

29. a) LAKE TEXOMA. Map shows camps and resorts. 12" x 13" (n.d.). b) GRAYSON COUNTY SECTION OF LAKE TEXOMA. By H. A. Marsh, Denison, Texas. 16" x 20 1/2" (1945).

30. ARCHITECTURAL PLAN OF U.S. 69 AND U.S. 70 INTERCHANGE. Shows present construction, additional proposed ramps, and future construction. Hand-colored. Removed from 1964 Durant Industries file. 14" x 49" (n.d.).

31. WATERSHED PROTECTION AND FLOOD PREVENTION PROGRESS IN OKLAHOMA. Shows status of structures. Contains listings of flood prevention watersheds (Washita River), and other watersheds listed by number. By U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service. 13" x 18" (September 1962).

32. LAKE WISTER. Shows Lake Wister and surrounding area, showing water storage areas and future water lines. Labeled "Leflore No.1" 17" x 31 1/2" (1958).

33. ARCHITECT'S PLAN OF ARDMORE AIR FORCE BASE, OKLAHOMA. Description of Building No. 8. By Beebe. 30" x 41" (July 8, 1958).

34. a) GREATER BERLIN. Map shows divided Berlin. 12 1/2" x 20" (n.d.). b) APPROACHES TO BERLIN, CONTROL POINTS FOR ALLIED TRAFFIC. 17 1/2" x 20 1/2" (n.d.).

35. CITY OF HARTSHORNE, OKLAHOMA. Topographic and boundary survey of proposed townsite addition development adjacent to Hartshorne, Oklahoma. By R. T. Campbell and Associates. 26" x 44 1/2" (February 24, 1966).

36. THE COLORADO RIVER ISSUE: PRIVATE OR PUBLIC CONTROL OF U.S. RESOURCES, COLORADO RIVER STORAGE PROJECT. Contains 4 maps: a) existing transmission system b) bureau proposals c) utility proposals d) utility proposals showing tollgates By National Rural Electric Cooperative Association. 20" x 26 1/4" (n.d.).

37. EUFAULA RESERVOIR: RELOCATION OF U. S. HIGHWAY 69 & M-K-T RAILROAD, PROPOSED PRIORITY OF CONSTRUCTION. By U. S. Army Corps of Engineers. 21 1/2" x 32 1/2" (September 1958).

38. a) ARKANSAS. Highway map which has labels pasted on identifying a bridge at Fort Smith, Arkansas and proposed intrastate highway and alternative route between Oklahoma City and Little Rock. By H. M. Gousha Company. 17" x 23 1/2" (n.d.).b) OKLAHOMA. Highway map with bridge labels pasted on. By Oklahoma Dept. of Highways.21 3/4" x 34" (1956).

39. EUFAULA DAM AND RESERVOIR, RESERVOIR AREA. By U. S. Army Corps of Engineers. 30" x 41 1/2" (January 10, 1956).

40. WATERSHED PROTECTION AND FLOOD PREVENTION PROGRESS MAP OF OKLAHOMA. Hand-colored. By U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service. 15 1/2" x 20 3/4" (July 1959).

41. a) KIAMICHI RIVER, WATERSHED. By U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 21 3/4" x 33 3/4" (April 1957). b) KIAMICHI RIVER, HUGO RESERVOIR (SAWYER SITE), MAXIMUM DEVELOPMENT. By U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 21 1/2" x 34" (November 1957).

42. MCCURTAIN COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. By Gallup Map and Stationery Co. 22" x 34" (n.d.).

43. a) LITTLE RIVER, ARKANSAS AND OKLAHOMA PROJECTS CONSIDERED. Dam sites are hand-colored. By U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 10 1/2" x 17" (August 1951). b) NAVIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY STUDIES, SOUTHEAST AND CENTRAL OKLAHOMA. By G. B. Treat and F. J. Wilson. 11 1/4" x 20 1/2" (March 1955). c) RED RIVER AND ADJACENT WATERSHEDS. By U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Southwestern Power Administration. 15 1/2" x 20 3/4" (April 10, 1957).

44. CREEK AND SEMINOLE NATIONS, INDIAN TERRITORY. Shows progress of allotments. By C. H. Dana. Map is taped in middle. 23 1/2" x 25 1/5" (n.d.).

45. a) NAVAL AMMUNITION DEPOT, MCALESTER OKLAHOMA: MASTER SHORE STATION, DEVELOPMENT. By U.S. Dept. of the Navy. 34 1/2" x 45 3/4" (September 1960). b) NAVAL AMMUNITION DEPOT, MCALESTER, OKLAHOMA: INDEX OF STRUCTURES. By U.S. Dept. of the Navy, Bureau of Yards and Docks. 28" x 40" (June 14, 1961).

46. a) ROBERT S. KERR LOCK AND DAM, ARKANSAS RIVER, OKLAHOMA. Has hand-written annotations. Signed by Guy L. Thompson. Segment 1. By U.S. Dept. of the Army. 28 1/4" x 42 1/4" (n.d.). b) ROBERT S. KERR, ARKANSAS RIVER, OKLAHOMA. Has hand-written annotations. Signed by Guy L. Thompson. Segment 2. By U.S. Dept. of the Army. 28 1/4" x 42 1/4" (May 22, 1964).

47. WATERSHED PROTECTION AND FLOOD PREVENTION PROGRESS MAP OF OKLAHOMA. Is hand-colored. By U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service. 15" x 21" (1959?).

48. EUFAULA RESERVOIR. Shows Free Purchase line, relocated county roads, relocated U. S. Highway 69, limits of initial backwater effects and limits of power pool. By U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Map is taped together. 30" x 32" (1950?).

49. LAKE TEXOMA, DENISON DAM AND RESERVOIR, FORT WASHITA. By U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 11 1/4" x 17" (April 1960).

50. RURAL WATER DISTRICT NO. 3, CARTER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. By Myers and O'Donnell. 24" x 36" (n.d.).

51. CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS FOR THE 90TH CONGRESS (INCLUDES REDISTRICTING ACTION TO September 1, 1966). 30" X 42 1/4" (n.d.).

52. OUACHITA NATIONAL FOREST, KIAMICHI DIVISION, OKLAHOMA. 23" x 23" (n.d.).

53. RESERVOIR AREA, CLAYTON RESERVOIR. By U. S. Army Corps of Engineers. 10 3/4" x 16 3/4" (September 1961).

54. POSTAL ROUTE, MADILL, OKLAHOMA. Cut section of a map showing (possible) postal route 2 near Madill, OK. 14 1/2" x 17" (n.d.).

55. POSTAL ROUTES, DURANT, OKLAHOMA. Cut section of a map showing (possible) postal routes near Durant, OK. 18 1/4" x 23 1/4" (n.d.).

56. RESERVOIR AREA, HUGO RESERVOIR. By U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 10 3/4" x 16 3/4" (September 1961).

57. SCEC SYSTEM MAP, ELECTRIC PRODUCTION AND TRANSMISSION FACILITIES. Shows hydro-electric stations in Arkansas and Oklahoma. By South Central Electric Companies. 15" x 18 1/2" (January 1, 1965).

58. BRYAN, MARSHALL, GRAYSON COUNTIES. Lake Texoma is highlighted. By Southwestern Publishing Company. 23" x 35" (n.d.).

59. HASKELL, LATIMER & LEFLORE COUNTIES. Major roads are highlighted in red. 23 1/4" x 35" (n.d.).

60. OUACHITA NATIONAL FOREST, OKLAHOMA, KIAMICHI DIVISION. By U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service. 18 3/4" x 21" (1937).

61. EUFAULA RESERVOIR, CANADIAN RIVER, OKLAHOMA. Drawing by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 25" x 37" (January 29, 1960).

62. MEMBERS OF THE OKLAHOMA STATE SENATE IN THE 31st LEGISLATURE. Shows congressional districts. 8 3/4" x 14" (1967).

63. OUTLINE MAP OF OKLAHOMA. Shows preliminary 1950 census figures for each county. 11" x 14 3/4" (n.d.).

64. PITTSBURG COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. Side 1 shows Pittsburg County; side 2 shows city of McAlester. By R. T. Campbell. 17" x 22" (n.d.).

65. MCCLELLAN-KERR ARKANSAS RIVER NAVIGATION SYSTEM: PUBLIC LAND UTILIZATION PLAN. 21 pages. 10 3/4" x 17" (n.d.).

66. SUMMERFIELD, OKLAHOMA. Topographical map. By U.S. Geological Survey, Denver. 10 1/2" x 15" (1965).

67. EUFAULA DAM AND RESERVOIR; PUBLIC USE AREAS. By U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 11 1/2" x 15" (January 10, 1956).

68. HUGO RESERVOIR. Shows proposed Hugo Reservoir. Map is color-coded and taped together. 16" x 20" (n.d.).

69. FORT GIBSON LAKE, GRAND (NEOSHO) RIVER, OKLAHOMA. By U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Color-coded. 13 3/4" x 21" (April 1975).

70. PETROLEUM NEWS: CONCESSION/CONTRACT AREAS, SOUTHEAST ASIA. 29 1/2" x 46 3/4" (January 26, 1971).

71. THE SHOUP VOTING MACHINE ELECTOMAP '58. Map of United States showing congressional districts in each state. Bottom half of map lists senators, congressmen, and governors. By election Research Center. 37 1/4" x 49" (June 1, 1958).

72. ACCELERATED PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAM, ELIGIBLE AREAS, SEPTEMBER 7, 1962. By U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Area Redevelopment Administration. Color-coded. 32" x 42" (1962).

73. APPORTIONMENT OF REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS UNDER THE 1950 CENSUS. By Library of Congress, Legislative Reference Service. 15" x 22 1/2" (November 7, 1950).

74. NATIONAL FORESTS IN THE SOUTH. By U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service. 22 1/4" x 32" (1969).

75. SERVICE AREA MAP. Oklahoma and surrounding states showing Southwestern Power Administration's current installed capacity and future installations. Lines are hand-drawn. By SPA, U.S. Dept. of the Interior. 16" x 20 3/4" (n.d.).

76. TYPICAL SECTIONS FOR INTERREGIONAL HIGHWAYS. Exhibit A. Architectural plan. 22" x 36" (n.d.).

77. U. S. DEPT. OF THE INTERIOR: GEOLOGICAL SURVEY: OKLAHOMA. Shows areas by grid, printed in red. By U.S. Dept of the Interior, Geological Survey. 12 1/4" x 18" (February 1946).

78. SERVICE AREA MAP. Shows power dams completed, dams authorized for power, dams proposed for power, and power lines under construction. By Southwestern Power Administration. 17" x 20 1/4" (March 29, 1946).

79. KIAMICHI PLAYGROUNDS. Side 1 shows hunting and fishing areas. Side 2 contains photographs and a description of facilities. By Kiamichi Playground Association. 11" x 17" (n.d.).

80. RIVERTON IRRIGATION PROJECT, WYOMING. By U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation. 10 1/2" x 15" (February 5, 1949).

81. a) LIVESTOCK TRENDS. Shows a map of U.S. entitled "Number of hogs including pigs on farms, January 1, 1950, and change since January 1, 1949;" a map of U.S. entitled "Ten year average no. of hogs including pigs, January 1, 1939-1948, and deviation from this average, January 1, 1950;" and a graph entitled "Number and value of all hogs including pigs on farms, USA, January 1 inventories, 1917-1950." By U.S. Dept. of Agriculture. 8 1/2" x 14" (n.d.). b) LIVESTOCK TRENDS. Shows a map of U.S. entitled "Number of stock sheep on farms and ranches, January 1, 1950, and change since Jan 1, 1949; a map of U.S. entitled "Ten year average number of stock sheep, January 1, 1939-48, and deviation from this average, January 1, 1950;" and a graph entitled "Number and value of stock sheep and lambs on farms, USA, January 1 inventories 1917 to 1950." 8 1/2" x 14" (n.d.). c) LIVESTOCK TRENDS. Shows a map of U.S. entitled "Number of all cattle and calves on farms, January 1, 1950, and change since January 1, 1949;" a map of U.S. entitled "Ten year average number of all cattle and calves, January 1, 1939-48, and deviation from this average January 1, 1950;" and a graph entitled "Number and value of all cattle and calves on farms, USA, January 1 inventories 1917 to 1950." 8 1/2" x 14" (n.d.).

82. SYSTEM BOUNDARIES. Map of Oklahoma with counties numbered. Bryan County, #27, is outlined in red. By A. F. Hansan. 17 3/4" x 32 1/2" (n.d.).

83. TENKILLER FERRY RESERVOIR, GENERAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN. Black and white map. By U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 10 1/2" x 19" (August 1950).

84. PLAN OF PROPOSED ROUTE FOR U. S. 69 THROUGH F.P.H.A. TEMPORARY HOUSING PROJECT, MCALESTER, OK. Architectural drawing. By George. M. Brown. 14 1/4" x 27 1/2" (February 27, 1950)

85. MCALESTER, PITTSBURG COUNTY, OK. Shows areas by ward. Proposed highway U.S. 69 drawn in red. By George M. Brown. 18 1/4" x 29 1/4" (n.d.).

86. SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND & TELEGRAPH CO., ALABAMA DIVISION, RURAL DEVELOPMENT MAP. Shows existing and proposed lines in Alabama. 32 1/2" x 47 3/4" (n.d.).

87. ARDMORE, ADA, AND PAULS VALLEY AREA MAP. Hand-drawn map of area between Ardmore, Ada, and Pauls Valley. Map shows Washita River in red and several bridges labeled "out." 12" x 15" (n.d.).

88. CANAL ZONE AND VICINITY. Front side of map shows roads and mileage around Panama Canal area; back side of map shows 3 separate maps--1) Atlantic Terminal Cities 2) Pacific Terminal Cities 3)Highway Map of Panama. By U.S. Army Engineer Base Reproduction Plant. 21 1/2" x 28 1/2" (July 1947).

89. OKLAHOMA, TRANSFERS, 1947. Shows Oklahoma counties, with each county numbered. Map shows (possibly) transfer of program funds. 11" x 17" (1947).

90. OKLAHOMA, TRANSFERS, 1949. Shows Oklahoma counties, with each county numbered. Map shows (possibly) transfer of program funds. 11" x 17" (1949).

91. OKLAHOMA, TRANSFER OF PROGRAM FUNDS, 1951. Shows Oklahoma counties, with each county numbered. 11" x 17" (1951).

92. CHOCTAW COUNTY, 18th AND 19th EAST. Section plat of an area of Choctaw County. Map shows existing R.E.A. line and 5 houses. 14" x 16 3/4" (n.d.).

93. MCCURTAIN COUNTY. Section plat of an area of McCurtain County. Map shows Texarkana Ark Co-Op line and people who want service. 14" x 16 3/4" (n.d.).

94. CIVIL WORKS PROJECTS AND MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, TULSA DISTRICT. Shows military installations in Oklahoma, and lists authorized projects by public law number. By U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 10 3/4" x 17 1/2" (August 1952).

95. CENTRAL AIRLINES ROUTES. Shows present and proposed routes of Central Airlines, Inc. in Oklahoma, Kansas, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas. By Central Airlines, Inc. 8 1/2" x 14" (n.d.).

96. ARDMORE, OKLAHOMA. Map of the city of Ardmore, Oklahoma. By Burl Chadwell. 17" x 22" (1966).

97. U.S. FOREIGN SERVICE POSTS AND DEPARTMENT OF STATE JURISDICTIONS. Color map of the world. Map shows areas of responsibility for country directors as well as the different types of foreign service posts (i.e. embassy, consulate general, consulate, consular agency, branch of embassy, or special office). Map by the Office of the Geographer [State Department]. 21 1/2" x 39 1/2" (1971).

98. MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION HALL. Floor plan of the Miami Beach Convention Hall. 47 3/4" x 27" (n.d.)

99. MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION HALL. Architectural blueprints of Miami Beach Convention Hall and planning of the 1968 Republican Political Convention. 48" x 24" (June 7, 1968).

100. UNITED STATES CAPITOL, 1977 INAUGURAL STANDS. Blueprints of arrangements for the 1977 presidential inauguration. Architect of the Capitol, 42" x 30" (April 16, 1975)

101. UNITED STATES CAPITOL GROUNDS. Blueprint showing location of memorial trees to be planted by an Arbor Day delegation from Nebraska. Architect of the Capitol, 18" x 24" (August 20, 1975)

102. UNITED STATES CAPITOL, EAST FRONT. Architectural plan of east front steps of the United States Capitol, 24" x 18" (April 6, 1973)

103. EUFAULA DAM AND RESERVOIR. Collection of engineering maps of various areas of the Eufaula Dam and Reservoir. United States Army Corps of Engineers, 16 1/2" x 10 1/2" (February 1962)

104. ALTERATIONS AND ADDITION TO PHS INDIAN HOSPITAL. Shows proposed construction of Indian hospital in Talihina, OK. Noftsger, Lawrence, Lawrence, and Flesher, 36" x 27 7/8" (November 21, 1966)

105. UNITED STATES POST OFFICE AND COURT HOUSE, MCALESTER, OK. Blueprints of the proposed Post Office and Court House at McAlester, OK. General Services Administration, 24 1/2" x 18 1/4" (December 15, 1964)

106. UNITED STATES POST OFFICE, MCALESTER, OK. Blueprint of new vestibule and additional driveway facilities at McAlester, OK. United States Post Office Department, 36" x 24" (September 12, 1957)

107. UNITED STATES POST OFFICE AND COURT HOUSE, MCALESTER, OK. Blueprints of United States Post Office and Court House at McAlester, OK. General Services Administration, 24 5/8" x 19 1/4" (December 14, 1964)

Maps 108 - 119 are architectural drawings by the Architect of the Capitol of proposed construction of various offices in the House Office Buildings Annex #2.

108. POWER AND ENERGY SUBCOMMITTEE. 24" x 18" (June 9, 1975).

109. OVERSIGHT AND INVESTIGATION SUBCOMMITTEE. 24" x 18" (June 26, 1975).

110. HOUSE POST OFFICE. 24" x 18" (May 6, 1975).

111. EXTERIOR SIGNS OF THE CAPITOL BUILDING AND GROUNDS. 36" x 24" (n.d.).

112. CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OFFICE. 36 1/4" x 24 1/4" (November 14, 1975).

113. COMMERCE AND HOUSE ADMINISTRATION INFORMATION SYSTEMS. 36" x 24" (October 10, 1975).

114. SELECT COMMITTEE ON MISSING IN ACTION. 24" x 17 1/2" (September 22, 1975).

115. UNITED STATES CAPITOL POLICE, FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND PROPERTY BRANCH. 24" x 18" (August 12, 1975).

116. BANKING, CURRENCY AND HOUSING COMMITTEE. 36" x 24" (May 13, 1975).

117. COMMITTEE ON HOUSE ADMINISTRATION AND HOUSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS. 36" x 24" (May 6, 1975).

118. CONTRACT APPEAL BOARD AND ATTORNEY. 24" x 18" (May 8, 1975).

119. CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OFFICE. 36 1/4" x 24" (August 4, 1975).

120. CUCKLER STEEL SPAN COMPANY. Plans and specifications of aircraft maintenance center. 17" x 11 1/4" (n.d.).

121. AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE CENTER FOR LEAR SIEGLER, INC., IN MOBILE, ALABAMA. Blueprints from the Austin Company for aircraft maintenance plant. 36 1/4" x 24 3/8" (January 20, 1971)

122. UNIDENTIFIED BLUE PRINTS OF AIRCRAFT BASE OR MAINTENANCE CENTER. 36 1/4" x 24" (n.d.)

123. TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEY OF EXISTING CONCRETE FOR PROPOSED HANGAR SITE FOR LEAR SIEGLER, INC. Diagram blueprint for aircraft maintenance center at Mobile, AL. 42" x 26 1/4" (February 2, 1971)

124. AIRPLANE MAINTENANCE CENTER IN MOBILE, AL. Blueprints of Cuckler Building Systems variety of construction applications in aircraft hangars. 10 - 34" x 21 1/2"; 3 - 35 1/2" x 24" (February 1971)

125. HIGHWAYS OF OKLAHOMA. Oklahoma Department of Highways. 21 1/2" x 34" (1953)

126. MAGNA CARTA CEREMONY. Seating arrangements and floor plans to the Magna Carta ceremony held in the Capitol Rotunda. Several maps and charts. Architect of the Capitol. (1976.

127. CONSTRUCTION PLANS FOR ALTERATION OF ROOMS H-102 AND HE-102 OF THE UNITED STATES CAPITOL. Architect of the Capitol. 24" x 18" (1973).

128. CONSTRUCTION PLANS FOR NEW WOMEN'S PUBLIC TOILETS AT THE UNITED STATES CAPITOL. Architect of the Capitol. 36" x 24" (1973).

129. CONSTRUCTION PLANS FOR FILING AND MICROFILM OFFICE AND PROPOSED MEZZANINE. [a] Filing and Microfilm Office (?), 16 1/4" x 6 1/2 [b] Filing and Microfilm Office, 16 1/2" x 8"[c] Proposed Mezzanine, 16 1/2" x 8" (1973).

130. CONSTRUCTION PLANS FOR A NEW CORRIDOR DOOR TO D.C. COMMITTEE ROOM SUITE 1310 OF THE LONGWORTH HOUSE OFFICE BUILDING. 36" x 24" (1973).

131. CONSTRUCTION PLANS FOR PROPOSED REARRANGEMENT OF METAL PARTITIONS, TOILET ROOMS, AND SUBCOMMITTEE HEARING ROOM AT THE RAYBURN HOUSE OFFICE BUILDING. 33 1/2" x 19 1/2" (1973).

132. CONSTRUCTION PLANS FOR THE PROPOSED REARRANGEMENT OF METAL PARTITIONS FOR THE COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE AND ASTRONAUTICS AT THE RAYBURN HOUSE OFFICE BUILDING. 36" x 20 1/2" (1973).

133. PLAN OF FURNITURE LAYOUT SCHEME A AND B OF CANNON HOUSE OFFICE BUILDING SUITE 240. 24" x 18" (1975).

134. CONSTRUCTION PLANS OF COMPUTER FACILITY FOR THE ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL. 24" x 18" (1976).

135. CONSTRUCTION PLANS FOR ALTERATION OF HOUSE BARBER SHOP. 36" x 24.

136. CONSTRUCTION PLANS FOR SPACE DEVELOPMENT FOR THE CAPITOL PHYSICIAN AT THE HOUSE OFFICE BUILDING ANNEX 2. 24" x 18" (1975).

137. CONSTRUCTION PLANS FOR A NEW STORAGE ROOM FOR THE LOCKSMITH DEPARTMENT. 24" x 18" (1975).

138. CONSTRUCTION PLANS FOR RELOCATION OF HOUSE BARBER SHOP. 36" x 24" (1975).

139. CONSTRUCTION PLANS FOR SPACE DEVELOPMENT FOR THE CREDIT UNION IN THE HOUSE OFFICE BUILDING ANNEX 2. 24" x 18" (1976).

140. CONSTRUCTION PLANS FOR SPACE DEVELOPMENT FOR THE COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. 24" x 18" (1976).

141. CONSTRUCTION PLANS FOR SPACE DEVELOPMENT FOR THE SELECT COMMITTEE ON ETHICS. 36" x 24" (1977).

142. CONSTRUCTION PLANS FOR SPACE DEVELOPMENT FOR CONGRESSIONAL HISPANIC CAUCUS. 24" x 18" (1977).

143. CONSTRUCTION PLANS FOR A NEW STOREROOM FOR THE MINORITY WHIP AT THE UNITED STATES CAPITOL. 24" x 18" (1975).

144. CITY OF MCALESTER 11" x 17" (n.d.).

145. PITTSBURG COUNTY WITH DISTRICT OUTLINES. 17 1/2" x 23" (1972).

146. OKLAHOMA SHOWING LOCATION, CAPACITY AND COST OF RESERVOIRS. 18" x 24" (n.d.).

147. OKLAHOMA WITH EXCEPTION OF THE PANHANDLE AND SOUTHERN PART OF THE STATE SHOWING THE LOCATION OF DAMS AND RESERVOIRS. 42 1/2" x 88" (January 1965).

148. ARKANSAS, WHITE AND RED RIVER BASINS. Shows local flood protection projects either completed or under construction. Shows Corps of Engineers and Bureau of Reclamation projects. 38" x 52" (n.d.).

149. ADAMSON, OKLAHOMA, WATER PIPES. 24"x 35" (February 5, 1969).

150. ROAD MAP OF CARTER COUNTY, OKLAHOMA. 20" x 16 1/2" (n.d.).

151. OKLAHOMA HIGHWAY MAP. Phillips 66. 26 1/2" x 18" (1962).

152. URBAN JOB CORPS TRAINING CENTER SITE PLAN. 22" x 32" (March 3, 1965).

153. PRELIMINARY PLANS FOR SANITARY SEWERS AND WASTE FOR MILL CREEK, OKLAHOMA. 22 1/4" x 35" (n.d.).

154. PRELIMINARY PLANS FOR GAS SYSTEM FOR DOUGHERTY GAS AUTHORITY, DOUGHERTY, OKLAHOMA. 24" x 34 1/4" (n.d).

155. POTEAU, OKLAHOMA WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM. 27 3/4" x 45 1/2" (n.d.).

156. POTEAU VALLEY IMPROVEMENT AUTHORITY. Shows water reservoirs per county. 18 1/4" x 16 3/4" (n.d.).

157. POTEAU VALLEY RURAL WATER IMPROVEMENT. Shows general layout. 22" x 35" (n.d.).

158-159. PLANS FOR POTEAU COMMUNITY CENTER. 7" x 22" (May 19, 1967).

160. POVERTY AREAS IN POTEAU, OKLAHOMA. 28" x 46" (n.d.).

161. PRELIMINARY PLANS FOR PROPOSED GAS SYSTEM FOR GLASS/SAND PLANTS IN PONTOTOC AND JOHNSTON COUNTIES. Six pages. 34" x 24" (n.d.).

162. AMERICAN RAND METAL CORPORATION EXPANDED PRODUCTION FACILITIES. Two maps. 24" x 23" and 34" x 22 1/2" (February 20, 1967).

163. ARBUCKLE RESERVOIR TOPOGRAPHIC MAP. 10 1/2"x 17" (May 17, 1957).

164. BOSWELL RESERVOIR, OKLAHOMA. Corps of Engineers. 39 1/2" x 28" (n.d.).

165. BROKEN BOW LAKE, OKLAHOMA. 22 1/4" x 17" (n.d.).

166. EUFAULA RESERVOIR, OKLAHOMA. 18 1/2" x 20 1/2" (May 12, 1964).

167. HUGO RESERVOIR. Shows access roads, highways and county roads relocation plan. 24" x 35" (November 1965).

168. HUGO RESERVOIR. Shows access roads, highways and county roads relocation plan. 24" x 35" (November 1965). (slightly different from map #167).

169. HUGO LAKE AND KIAMICHI RIVER. 40" x 28" (March 1970).

170. GLOVER CREEK BASIN. 78 1/2" x 42" (n.d.).

171. OPTIMA RESERVOIR, OKLAHOMA. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.17" x 11" (June 1962).

172. LAKES AND RIVERS IN OKLAHOMA. Oklahoma Water Resources Board. 21 3/4" x 10 1/4" (n.d.).

173. LAKES AND RIVERS IN KANSAS. Kansas Water Resources Board. Shows who created the lakes, i.e., Corps of Engineers or Bureau of Reclamation Projects. 18" x 11" (n.d.).

174. PROJECTION OF OPTIMA RESERVOIR. Shows location in the Oklahoma Panhandle as well as effected surrounding states. 22" x 11" (n.d.).

175. PINE CREEK LAKE. Shows public use areas. 15 1/2" x 15 1/2" (n.d.).

176. RED RIVER BASIN. 17" x 27 " (March 1967).

177. LAKE TEXOMA RESERVOIR AREA. 12 3/4" x 18 1/4" (April 1970).

178. LAKE TEXOMA. 17 3/4" x 24 3/4" (n.d.).

179. LAKE TEXOMA SAND POINT HOME SITE AREA.11" x 18 1/2" (July 23, 1958)

180. GARVIN, CARTER, AND LOVE COUNTIES. 22 1/2" x 35" (n.d.).

181. ELIGIBLE REDEVELOPMENT AREAS AND PUBLIC WORKS ACCELERATION AREAS IN U.S. 42" x 31 1/2" (October 1, 1963).

182. REDEVELOPMENT AREAS IN THE U.S. 32" x 41" (November 13, 1961).

183. REDEVELOPMENT AREAS IN THE U.S. 32" x 42" (April 20, 1962).

184. ELIGIBLE REDEVELOPMENT AREAS IN THE U.S.-APPROVED PROJECTS. 32" x 41" (January 1, 1965).

185. EXISTING WATER SYSTEM IN MARIETTA, OKLAHOMA. 36" x 34" (January 20, 1959).

186. ELIGIBLE AREAS IN THE U.S. FOR THE ACCELERATED PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAM. 42 1/2" x 32" (September 7, 1962).

187. RESERVOIR LAYOUT IN CROWDER, OKLAHOMA. 22" x 36" (March 1964).

188. PLANS FOR THE KREBS, OKLAHOMA SEWER IMPROVEMENT PROJECT. Two sheets. Both are 22" x 36" (n.d.).

189. TOPOGRAPHIC MAP OF OKLAHOMA. 17 3/4" x 27 3/4" (1957). U.S. Geological Survey.

190. STATUS OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY IN UNITED STATES. Shows government agency which has primary photography for a given area. 27" x 40 1 /2" (January 1958). U.S. Geological Survey.

191. 1974 OKLAHOMA ROAD MAP. Official state highway map.  By Oklahoma State Highway Commission. 451/2” X 18” (1974).

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