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1. Condition map of Minnesota Trunk Highways: a 7,000 mile primary system showing national and state markings

1936. Minnesota. Department of Highways. Scale approximately 1:1,530,000. Description based on: 1932 sheet. Each sheet lists the Commissioner of highways and the Chief Engineer. On verso: ...

2. Condition map of Minnesota Trunk Highways: a 7,000 mile primary system showing national and state markings

1936. Minnesota. Department of Highways. Scale approximately 1:1,530,000. Description based on: 1932 sheet. Each sheet lists the Commissioner of highways and the Chief Engineer. On verso: ...

3. Geology of the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area, Bulletin 27, Plate 1

1936. Schwartz, George M. Interpretations of bedrock geology (distribution of rock at the land surface and beneath surface sediments) of the Minneapolis-St. Paul Metropolita...

4. Geology of the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area, Bulletin 27, Plate 2

1936. Schwartz, George M. East-West Cross Sections of the Metropolitan Area, scale 1 inch = about 15,000 feet.

5. Geology of the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area, Bulletin 27, Plate 3

1936. Schwartz, George M. North-South Cross Sections of the Metropolitan Area, scale 1 inch = about 13,000 feet.

6. Geology of the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area, Bulletin 27, Plate 4

1936. Schwartz, George M. Map of the Glacial (Quaternary glacial and stream sediments) Deposits of the Metropolitan Area, scale 1 inch = about 4 miles.

7. Geology of the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area, Bulletin 27, Plate 5

1936. Schwartz, George M. Structural Contour (contour lines of equal elevation that map features in the subsurface produced by rock deformation or erosion), map of the Minne...

8. Geology of the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area, Bulletin 27, Plate 6

1936. Schwartz, George M. Map of Minneapolis showing the rock surface topography (elevation of the bedrock surface), scale 1 inch = about 2,250 feet.

9. Geology of the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area, Bulletin 27, Plate 7

1936. Schwartz, George M. Map of Saint Paul showing the rock surface topography, (elevation of the bedrock surface), scale 1 inch = about 2,500 feet.