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Sargeant Memorial Collection Map Collection

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Series 1: World and International Maps

Series 2: United States and East Coast Maps

Series 2: United States and East Coast Maps (East Coast)

Series 2: United States and East Coast Maps (East Coast)

Series 2: United States and East Coast Maps (North Carolina)

Series 2: United States and East Coast Maps (North Carolina, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia)

Series 3: Virginia and Regional Maps (Transportation)

Series 3: Virginia and Regional Maps (Transportation)

Series 3: Virginia and Regional Maps (Virginia)

Series 3: Virginia and Regional Maps (Piedmont, Mountain, and Valley Ridge Regions)

Series 3: Virginia and Regional Maps (Piedmont, Mountain, and Valley Ridge Regions and Tidewater)

Series 3: Virginia and Regional Maps (Tidewater)

Series 3: Virginia and Regional Maps (Tidewater)

Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Virginia Peninsula and South Hampton Roads)

Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Virginia Peninsula and South Hampton Roads)

Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Virginia Peninsula)

Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (South Hampton Roads)

Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (South Hampton Roads)

Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (South Hampton Roads)

Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (South Hampton Roads: Norfolk and Portsmouth)

Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (South Hampton Roads: Norfolk and Portsmouth)

Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (South Hampton Roads: Princess Anne and Norfolk County)

Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk: Colony of Virginia)

Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk: Historical Maps)

Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk County)

Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (City Planning Commission, Norfolk, Virginia)

Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (City Planning Commission, Norfolk, Virginia)

Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk)

Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk)

Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk Cadastral Maps and Plats: Neighborhoods)

Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk Cadastral Maps and Plats: Neighborhoods)

Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk Cadastral Maps and Plats: Neighborhoods)

Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk Cadastral Maps and Plats: Neighborhoods)

Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk Cadastral Maps and Plats: Series)

Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk Cadastral Maps and Plats: Series)

Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk Technical Drawings)

Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Portsmouth)

Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Portsmouth)

Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Chesapeake)

Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Virginia Beach)

Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Virginia Beach)

Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Virginia Beach)

Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Suffolk and Southwest Hampton Roads)

Series 5: Nautical Charts

Series 5: Nautical Charts

Series 5: Nautical Charts

Series 5: Nautical Charts

Series 5: Nautical Charts

Series 6: Geological Maps (Mineral Resources and Gravity)

Series 6: Geological Maps (Soil and Geology)

Series 7: Aerial Photographs

Series 7: Aerial Photographs

Series 7: Aerial Photographs

Series 8: Atlases

Series 9: Genealogies (Cemetery Plats)

Series 9: Genealogies (Genealogical Tables: Family Trees and Charts)

Series 9: Genealogies (Genealogical Tables: Family Trees and Charts)

Series 9: Genealogies (Genealogical Tables: Family Trees and Charts)

Series 9: Genealogies (Genealogical Tables: Family Trees and Charts)

Series 9: Genealogies (Genealogical Tables: Family Trees and Charts)

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Title: Sargeant Memorial Collection Map CollectionAdd to your cart.

ID: 001/01/MSS 0000-NMP

Primary Creator: Sargeant Memorial Collection (1927-)

Extent: 787.0 Items

Arrangement: Arranged by series, generally from broader to smaller geographic locations.

Date Acquired: 11/24/2014

Subjects: Eastern Shore (Md. and Va.)--Maps, Hampton Roads (Va. : Region)--Maps, Jamestown Ter-centennial Exposition (1907)--Virginia--Norfolk, Norfolk (Va.)--Maps, Norfolk County (Va.)--Maps, Norfolk Metropolitan Area (Va.)--Maps, North Carolina--Maps, Portsmouth (Va.)--Maps, Richmond (Va.)--Maps, Suffolk (Va.)--Maps, Tidewater (Va. : Region)--Maps, Virginia--Maps, Virginia Beach (Va.)--Maps, Virginia Peninsula (Va.)--Maps, Williamsburg (Va.)--Maps, Yorktown (Va.)--Maps.

Forms of Material: Aerial photographs, Atlases, Cadastral maps, Genealogical tables, Geological maps, Maps (documents), Nautical charts, Photocopies, Road maps, Topographic maps, Tourist maps

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

More than seven hundred maps, arranged in nine series to include the United States and East Coast (subdivided by region), Virginia and Regional, Hampton Roads (subdivided by locality, agency, and map type), Nautical Charts, Geological Maps, Aerial Photographs, Atlases, and Genealogies.

Subject/Index Terms

Eastern Shore (Md. and Va.)--Maps
Hampton Roads (Va. : Region)--Maps
Jamestown Ter-centennial Exposition (1907)--Virginia--Norfolk
Norfolk (Va.)--Maps
Norfolk County (Va.)--Maps
Norfolk Metropolitan Area (Va.)--Maps
North Carolina--Maps
Portsmouth (Va.)--Maps
Richmond (Va.)--Maps
Suffolk (Va.)--Maps
Tidewater (Va. : Region)--Maps
Virginia--Maps
Virginia Beach (Va.)--Maps
Virginia Peninsula (Va.)--Maps
Williamsburg (Va.)--Maps
Yorktown (Va.)--Maps.

Administrative Information

Repository: Sargeant Memorial Collection

Access Restrictions: This collection is open to all researchers.

Use Restrictions: The status of copyright for these materials is governed by Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, U. S. C.).  Copyright restrictions may apply.

Acquisition Source: Unknown

Preferred Citation: [Map Name], Sargeant Memorial Collection Map Collection, MSS 0000-NMP, Sargeant Memorial Collection, Norfolk Public Library, Norfolk, Virginia.

Processing Information: Entered April 9, 2015.


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[Folder 1: Series 1: World and International Maps, 1800-2013, undated],
[Folder 2: Series 2: United States and East Coast Maps, 1500-2006, undated],
[Folder 3: Series 2: United States and East Coast Maps (East Coast), 1609-1983, undated],
[Folder 4: Series 2: United States and East Coast Maps (East Coast), 1676-1947, undated],
[Folder 5: Series 2: United States and East Coast Maps (North Carolina), 1838-1966],
[Folder 6: Series 2: United States and East Coast Maps (North Carolina, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia), 1730-1987, undated],
[Folder 7: Series 3: Virginia and Regional Maps (Transportation), 1945],
[Folder 8: Series 3: Virginia and Regional Maps (Transportation), 1898-2014, undated],
[Folder 9: Series 3: Virginia and Regional Maps (Virginia), 1634-1988, undated],
[Folder 10: Series 3: Virginia and Regional Maps (Piedmont, Mountain, and Valley Ridge Regions), 1740-1988,undated],
[Folder 11: Series 3: Virginia and Regional Maps (Piedmont, Mountain, and Valley Ridge Regions and Tidewater), 1863-2005, undated],
[Folder 12: Series 3: Virginia and Regional Maps (Tidewater), 1606-1961, undated],
[Folder 13: Series 3: Virginia and Regional Maps (Tidewater), 1607-1671],
[Folder 14: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Virginia Peninsula and South Hampton Roads), 1807-1975, undated],
[Folder 15: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Virginia Peninsula and South Hampton Roads), 1861-1976, undated],
[Folder 16: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Virginia Peninsula), 1607-2001, undated],
[Folder 17: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (South Hampton Roads), 1918-2006, undated],
[Folder 18: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (South Hampton Roads), 1891-1944, undated],
[Folder 19: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (South Hampton Roads), 1938-1987, undated],
[Folder 20: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (South Hampton Roads: Norfolk and Portsmouth), 1873-1892, undated],
[Folder 21: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (South Hampton Roads: Norfolk and Portsmouth), 1861-2009, undated],
[Folder 22: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (South Hampton Roads: Princess Anne and Norfolk County), 1781-1962, undated],
[Folder 23: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk: Colony of Virginia), 1682-1980],
[Folder 24: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk: Historical Maps), 1680-1982, undated],
[Folder 25: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk County), 1877-1942],
[Folder 26: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (City Planning Commission, Norfolk, Virginia), 1939-2000],
[Folder 27: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (City Planning Commission, Norfolk, Virginia), 1954-2006, undated],
[Folder 28: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk), 1894-2015, undated],
[Folder 29: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk), 1813-1986, undated],
[Folder 30: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk Cadastral Maps and Plats: Neighborhoods), 1906-1969, undated],
[Folder 31: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk Cadastral Maps and Plats: Neighborhoods), 1861-1973, undated],
[Folder 32: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk Cadastral Maps and Plats: Neighborhoods), 1816-1998, undated],
[Folder 33: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk Cadastral Maps and Plats: Neighborhoods), 1873-2001, undated],
[Folder 34: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk Cadastral Maps and Plats: Series), 1884-1900],
[Folder 35: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk Cadastral Maps and Plats: Series), 1889, undated],
[Folder 36: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk Technical Drawings), 1694-1982, undated],
[Folder 37: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Portsmouth), 1779-1976, undated],
[Folder 38: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Portsmouth), 1799-1976, undated],
[Folder 39: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Chesapeake), 1948-1982],
[Folder 40: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Virginia Beach), 1959-1974, undated],
[Folder 41: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Virginia Beach), 1896-1991, undated],
[Folder 42: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Virginia Beach), 1791-1955, undated],
[Folder 43: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Suffolk and Southwest Hampton Roads), 1816-1977, undated],
[Folder 44: Series 5: Nautical Charts, 1690-1992, undated],
[Folder 45: Series 5: Nautical Charts, 1975-1985],
[Folder 46: Series 5: Nautical Charts, 1882-1974],
[Folder 47: Series 5: Nautical Charts, 1974-1976],
[Folder 48: Series 5: Nautical Charts, 1974-1984],
[Folder 49: Series 6: Geological Maps (Mineral Resources and Gravity), 1861-1980],
[Folder 50: Series 6: Geological Maps (Soil and Geology), 1903-1978, undated],
[Folder 51: Series 7: Aerial Photographs, 1937-1958, undated],
[Folder 52: Series 7: Aerial Photographs, 1959],
[Folder 53: Series 7: Aerial Photographs, 1965-1985, undated],
[Folder 54: Series 8: Atlases, 1930-1974],
[Folder 55: Series 9: Genealogies (Cemetery Plats), 1826-1971, undated],
[Folder 56: Series 9: Genealogies (Genealogical Tables: Family Trees and Charts), undated],
[Folder 57: Series 9: Genealogies (Genealogical Tables: Family Trees and Charts), 1965-1983, undated],
[Folder 58: Series 9: Genealogies (Genealogical Tables: Family Trees and Charts), 1936-1974, undated],
[Folder 59: Series 9: Genealogies (Genealogical Tables: Family Trees and Charts), 1189-1996, undated],
[Folder 60: Series 9: Genealogies (Genealogical Tables: Family Trees and Charts), 1958-1979, undated],
[Folder 61: Series 10: Extras],
[Folder 62: Series 10: Extras],
[Folder 63: Series 10: Extras],
[Folder 64: Series 10: Extras],
[Folder 65: Series 10: Extras],
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Folder 1: Series 1: World and International Maps, 1800-2013, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Rand McNally World Map, 2012-2013Add to your cart.
M Series Gall Stereographic Projection, Doctors Without Borders. M-101290-5, LC-09. MAP-1302.
Item 2: The World: Compiled and Drawn in the Cartographic Section of the National Geographic Society for The National Geographic Magazine, 1957 MarchAdd to your cart.
Melville Bell Grosvenor, Editor. Copyright 1957 by the National Geographic Society, Washington, District of Columbia. Lithographed by A. Hoen and Company, Baltimore, Maryland. Annotation explains route on map of the CSS Shenandoah October 21, 1864 - October 29, 1865, as recorded in the journal of William C. Whittle. (Photocopy)
Item 3: A New and Correct Chart Showing the Variations of the Compass in the Western and Southern Oceans as Observed in the Year 1700 By His Majesties Command, 1985Add to your cart.
By Edmond Halley. Reproduced from the original by Rand McNally and Company, 1985, with permission of William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, Los Angeles. Joyce Hodel. (Photocopy)
Item 4: Land Ho! Columbus' First Landfall, Friday, October 12, 1492, 1992Add to your cart.
Art Direction and Design: Hal Aber. Illustration: Dorothy Michele Novick. Copyright 1992, American Teaching Aids, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Made in United States of America. Simon and Schuster, A Paramount Communications Company. Donated by Robert B. Hitchings, Norfolk, Virginia, November 26, 2007.
Item 5: Hallwag Europe Map: Map of the Main Highways, 1968Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; printed in Switzerland.
Item 6: The British Isles MapAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet; designed at the Studio of C. and E. Layton Limited, London, by Cecil Meyer, M.S.I.A. Published by The Railway Executive, London. Printed in Great Britain by McCorquodale Company Limited, London.
Item 7: Map of Britain and Northern IrelandAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet; Britain: A map for tourists. Published by The British Travel and Holidays Association. Copyright, prepared, and printed by John Bartholomew and Son, Limited, Edinburgh, printed in Great Britain.
Item 8: Erin's First Families: Ireland Map, 1957 March 10Add to your cart.
News Map by staff artist Edwin L. Sundberg; pages 10-11; map shows origin of Irish names based on geography.
Item 9: Map of EnglandAdd to your cart.
Several pieces of paper taped together; county of Norfolk is highlighted with annotation Kings Lynn. (Photocopy)
Item 10: Bowles's New One Sheet Map of England and Wales with the Addition of New Roads and other Improvements, 1800 January 6Add to your cart.
By Daniel Paterson, Esquire; engraved by J. Ellis; printed for the proprietors Bowles and Carver, no. 69 in St. Paul's Church yard, London. Published as the Act directs, January 6, 1800. Includes annotations.
Item 11: Geological Survey of Great Britain, England and Wales: Isle of Wight, 1962Add to your cart.
Made and published by the Director General of the Ordnance Survey, Chessington, Surrey, 1962, for the Geological Survey. Crown Copyright 1962.
Item 12: Bartholomew's Map of Scotland of OldAdd to your cart.
By Sir Iain Moncreiffe of that Ilk, Bart., Ph.D., Albany Herald, and Don Pottinger, M.A., D.A., Unicorn Pursuivant of Arms. Printed and published in Great Britain by John Bartholomew and Son Limited, Edinburgh. Shows lands and spheres of influence of the main clans and names of Scotland.
Item 13: Hammond Map of the Gulf, Caribbean, and Atlantic Coast AreaAdd to your cart.
Copyright by C.S. Hammond and Company, New York.
Folder 2: Series 2: United States and East Coast Maps, 1500-2006, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: The United States: History of the Land, 2006 OctoberAdd to your cart.
Road map and physical map. Produced by National Geographic Maps for National Geographic Magazine. Copyright 2006 National Geographic Society, Washington, District of Columbia. Printed August 2006.
Item 2: Genealogical County Map of the United States of AmericaAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet; Featuring United States Counties, Their Boundaries, and Their Bordering Counties and States. The Everton Publishers, Incorporated.
Item 3: Colonization and Trade in the New World, 1977 DecemberAdd to your cart.
Produced by the Cartographic Division, National Geographic Society, Supplement to National Geographic, page 724A, vol. 152, no.6. Washington: December 1977. Composite based on charts designed about 1720. Copyright 1977 National Geographic Society, Washington, District of Columbia.
Item 4: A New and Correct Map of the United States of North America, 1784Add to your cart.
By Abel Buell. Reproduced by American Heritage, the Magazine of History, from an original copy at the New Jersey State Historical Society, 1784. Printed by gravure of Switzerland. See historical commentary on reverse side. (Photocopy)
Item 5: The United States in 1861, 1861Add to your cart.
MP 0453. Shows first, second, and third secessions. MAP 973.7 UNI, Norfolk Public Library 0118605491810. (Photocopy)
Item 6: Map of the United States in North America: With the British, French and Spanish Dominions Adjoining, According to the Treaty of 1783, 1783 May 1Add to your cart.
By Thomas Kitchin, Senior Hydrographer to his Majesty. Published by T. Cadell according to Act of Parliament May 1, 1783. June 24, 2004. (Photocopy)
Item 7: A New and Complete Railroad Map of the United StatesAdd to your cart.
Compiled from reliable sources by William Perris, Civil Engineer and Surveyor, New York. Presented by the Home Insurance Company of New York.
Item 8: Map of the Railroad and Steamship Lines Centering in Norfolk with their Principal Connections, 1880Add to your cart.
Engraved expressly for Cary W. Jones. Engraved and printed by Rand McNally and Company, Chicago.
Item 9: Migration Trails Map Featuring TwentyFour of the Major Trails East of the Mississippi RiverAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet; Order No. MP2. The Everton Publishers, Incorporated.
Item 10: A World Transformed, 2007 MarchAdd to your cart.
Produced by National Geographic Maps for National Geographic Magazine. Copyright 2007 National Geographic Society, Washington, District of Columbia. Printed March 2007. Map covers time period from 1500-1800.
Item 11: Carte du Theatre de la Guerre Presente En Amerique, 1779Add to your cart.
French. By Louis Denis. Bassett. Reproduced by Hammond Incorporated. Courtesy of the Map Division. The New York Public Library. Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations. Printed in United States with compliments from McGraw-Hill, publisher of American History: A Survey, 9/e by Alan Brinkley.
Item 12: Dominia Anglorum in America Septentrionali Specialibus Mappis Londini primum a Mollio edita, nunc recusa ab Homannianis Hered, 1759Add to your cart.
German. A. Newfovndland, od. Terra Nova S. Lavrentii Bay, die Fisch-Bank, Acadia, nebst einem Theil New Schotland.--B. New Engelland, New York, New Yersey und Pensilvania.--C. Virginia und Maryland.--D. Carolina, nebst einem Theil von Florida.
Item 13: The Making of America: Tidewater and Environs, 1988 JuneAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet; Supplement to the National Geographic, June 1988, Page 804A, Vol. 173, No. 6 - Tidewater. Last in a series of 17 maps. Produced by the Cartographic Division, National Geographic Society. Copyright 1988 National Geographic Society, Washington, District of Columbia.
Item 14: Principal Events in the Life of George Washington in Those States that Lie Between the Hudson and SavannahAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet; presented to "Standard" Motorists by Standard Oil Company of New Jersey. Compiled by General Drafting Company, Incorporated, New York. Copyright General Drafting Company, Incorporated. Lithographed in United States, 1732-1799.
Item 15: A Map of the Travels of George Washington, 1931Add to your cart.
Compiled and drawn in the Cartographic Section of the National Geographic Society for The National Geographic Magazine. Copyright 1931 by the National Geographic Society, Washington, District of Columbia. Engraved and printed by Redfield-Downey-Odell Company, Incorporated, New York, 1732-1799.
Folder 3: Series 2: United States and East Coast Maps (East Coast), 1609-1983, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: A Map of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Maryland, With part of New Jersey, Etc., 1755Add to your cart.
Printed for R. Baldwin in pater Noster Row, 1755.
Item 2: Carolinas and Virginia, 1663-1729Add to your cart.
Drawn under the supervision of E. Merton Coulter. (Photocopy)
Item 3: Norfolk and Western Railway and ConnectionsAdd to your cart.
2 sheets glued together. New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad.
Item 4: Western Settlements Proposed or OrganizedAdd to your cart.
MP 0083. Shows Transylvania 1775, Westylvania 1776, Kentucky 1782, Franklin 1784, and as proposed in 1785. (Photocopy)
Item 5: Americans on the Move Settlement Patterns and Migration TrailsAdd to your cart.
MP 0090. Colonial Roads and Trails. Shows Principal roads and Secondary roads or trails. (Photocopy)
Item 6: Virginiae partis australis et Floridae partis orientalis interjacentiumque regionum nova descriptioAdd to your cart.
Latin. 1670.
Item 7: Virginiae Item et Floridae America Provinciarum, nova Descriptio, circa 1609Add to your cart.
Latin. Virginia Historical Society. The Center for Virginia History. Building for Virginia's Fifth Century. Photography Courtesy Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company of Virginia. (Photocopy)
Item 8: Battlefields of The Civil War, 1974Add to your cart.
Produced by the Cartographic Division, National Geographic Society. Copyright 1974 National Geographic Society, Washington, District of Columbia, 1863.
Item 9: The Making of America: Deep South, 1983 AugustAdd to your cart.
Produced by the Cartographic Division, National Geographic Society, Supplement to the National Geographic, page 226A, vol. 164, no.2-. Copyright 1983 National Geographic Society, Washington, District of Columbia.
Item 10: Military Map Showing the Marches of the United States Forces Under Command of Major General William T. Sherman United StatesAdd to your cart.
Compiled by order of Major General William T. Sherman, United States at Head Quarters Military Division of the Mississippi under the direction of Brevet Major W.L.B. Jenney Captain A.D.C. United States. Drawn by Captain William Kossak Add. A.D.C. United States and John B. Muller, draughtsman. St. Louis, Missouri 1865. Engraved at Head Quarters Corps of Engineers. United States by H.C. Evans and F. Courtenay, 1863-1865.
Item 11: Theatre des Operations les plus importantes de l'Armee du Sud, dans la Virginie, dans les deux Carolines, et dans la GeorgieAdd to your cart.
French. John Marshall, 1807.
Item 12: Map of the States of North Carolina, South Carolina, GeorgiaAdd to your cart.
Philadelphia: Published by Samuel Augustus Mitchell, 1845. Sold by Thomas Cowperthwait and Company. Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1835, by Samuel Augustus Mitchell, in the Clerks Office of the district court, of the eastern district of Pennsylvania. Engraved by J.H. Young.
Item 13: North America: Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, Columbia and Part of VirginiaAdd to your cart.
Sheet VII. Published under the Superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. Published July 15th, 1833 by Baldwin and Cradock, London. Printed by J.and C. Walker. Tanner, Gordon. J.and C. Walker Sculp.
Item 14: Johnson's Pennsylvania, Virginia, Delaware, and Maryland Map, 1860sAdd to your cart.
By Johnson and Ward.
Item 15: Summer Excursion Routes Pennsylvania Railroad SystemAdd to your cart.
The Matthews-Northrup Works, Buffalo, New York.
Item 16: A Map of New England, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, 1730Add to your cart.
By Herman Moll, Geographer. 1730. (Photocopy)
Item 17: Totius Neobelgii Nova Et Accuratissima TabulaAdd to your cart.
Latin. Reproduced by A.C. Austin, Engineer. Company Albany, New York. Reproduced by Jonathan Sheppard Books, Albany, New York. Shows area from southeastern Virginia to New England, 1673.
Item 18: A Map of the Most Inhabited part of Virginia Containing the Whole Province of Maryland with Part of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and North Carolina, 1775Add to your cart.
Drawn by Joshua Fry and Peter Jefferson in 1751. Engraved and published according to Act of Parliament by Thomas Jefferys Geographer to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales at the Corner of St. Martins Lane, Charing Cross, London. (Photocopy)
Item 19: A Map of the Most Inhabited part of Virginia containing the Whole Province of Maryland with Part of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and North CarolinaAdd to your cart.
Drawn by Joshua Fry and Peter Jefferson in 1775. Printed for Robert Sayer at No. 53 in Fleet Street, and Thomas Jefferys at the Corner of St. Martins Lane, Charing Cross, London.
Item 20: A New and Accurate Map of Virginia, and Part of Maryland and PennsylvaniaAdd to your cart.
John Lodge, Sculp. London. Published as the Act directs 31st of December 1780. J. Bew, Pater Noster Row.
Folder 4: Series 2: United States and East Coast Maps (East Coast), 1676-1947, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: North and South via the Delmarva Peninsula, Cape Charles - Norfolk, 1940Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Copyright 1940 American Automobile Association. Lithographed in United States. Map prepared by American Automobile Association for Virginia Ferry Corporation.
Item 2: A Map of Virginia and MarylandAdd to your cart.
Sold by Thomas Bassett in Fleet Street and Richard Chiswell in St. Paul’s church yard, 1676.
Item 3: Draught of Part of Schohara, Part of the West Branch of Delaware of Part of Susquehana Rivers with Colonel William Butlers Line of March from Schohara to Unendilla Cunahunta and Ononaughaquaga Indian Towns from the 2nd to the 16th Day of October 1778Add to your cart.
N.B. Schohara is taken from Actual Survey the others only from Sight and Information the Double Dotted Lines are Waggon Roads and the Single Lines paths. (Photocopy)
Item 4: Map Accompanying Commodore Hazelwood's Letter, 1779 December 9Add to your cart.
Hog Island and Mud Island, December 9, 1779. (Photocopy)
Item 5: Virginia, Maryland, and DelawareAdd to your cart.
Shows railroads and canals. Scanned February 8, 2007. File 07 Map 00003 - Virginia 1835.
Item 6: Virginia and MarylandAdd to your cart.
By Herman Moll, Geographer. Shows English Plantations, Indian Plantations and Houses. Circa 1732.
Item 7: A New and Accurate Map of Virginia and Maryland Laid Down from Surveys and Regulated by Astronomical ObservationsAdd to your cart.
By Emman Bowen.
Item 8: Historic and Scenic Reaches of the Nation's Capital, 1938 JulyAdd to your cart.
The National Geographic Magazine. Gilbert Grosvenor, Editor. Washington, July 1938. Copyright 1938 by the National Geographic Society, Washington, District of Columbia. Printed by A. Hoen and Company, Baltimore, Maryland, United States.
Item 9: Round About The Nation's Capital With Descriptive Notes, 1956Add to your cart.
Compiled and Drawn in the Cartographic Section of the National Geographic Society for The National Geographic Magazine. John Oliver LaGorce, Editor. Copyright 1956 by The National Geographic Society, Washington, District of Columbia. Lithographed by A. Hoen and Company, Baltimore, Maryland.
Item 10: Extract of Military Map of North East Virginia, 1865 October 30Add to your cart.
2 pages taped together. Defenses of Washington. Showing Forts and Roads. Engineer Bureau War Department. Accompanying report of Brigadier General Richard Delafield, Chief of Engineers, United States Army, to the Secretary of War, dated October 30, 1865. Series III. See Atlas, Plates VII and VIII. (Photocopy)
Item 11: Texaco Touring Map: Washington, District of Columbia and VicinityAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet; Tour with Texaco. Copyright by Rand McNally and Company, Chicago, Illinois. Made in United States.
Item 12: Washington, District of Columbia and Vicinity Transportation Map, 1947 September 1Add to your cart.
Federal Works Agency, Public Roads Administration. Compiled and printed by the United States Geological Survey for the Public Roads Administration. Published in accordance with Act of Congress approved November 9, 1921, creating the Federal Aid Highway System. Highways corrected to September 1, 1947.
Item 13: Baltimore and Vicinity, 1918Add to your cart.
Baltimore City. Separated from Baltimore County as the county seat in 1851. Annex added 1888. Further annexation 1918. Records in Baltimore City Courthouse. Brown, Mary Ross, An Illustrated Genealogy of the Counties of Maryland and the District of Columbia as a Guide to Locating Records. (Photocopy)
Item 14: Map of Baltimore, 1852Add to your cart.
Published by Richard J. Matchett, 1852. 58-55213. William Sides, Surveyor, Baltimore. Lithographed by A. Hoen and Company, Baltimore. Entered according to the Act of Congress, in the year 1852, by Richard J. Matchett, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Maryland. Stamped on back August 1971 Virginia State Library. (Photocopy)
Item 15: Map of Baltimore, 1880Add to your cart.
Published for the Baltimore City Directory by J.W. Woods 1880 with New Precincts. 58-55212. Entered according to the Act of Congress, in the year 1871, by John W. Woods, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Maryland. (Photocopy)
Folder 5: Series 2: United States and East Coast Maps (North Carolina), 1838-1966Add to your cart.
Item 1: W.P. Cumming, North Carolina in Maps (Raleigh: State Department of Archives and History, 1966) Plate I, 1966Add to your cart.
White 1585 MS. Courtesy of the British Museum and the North Carolina Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Item 2: W.P. Cumming, North Carolina in Maps (Raleigh: State Department of Archives and History, 1966) Plate II, 1966Add to your cart.
White - De Bry 1590. Courtesy of State Department of Archives and History, Raleigh.
Item 3: W.P. Cumming, North Carolina in Maps (Raleigh: State Department of Archives and History, 1966) Plate III, 1966Add to your cart.
Mercator - Hondius 1606. Courtesy of W.P. Cumming.
Item 4: W.P. Cumming, North Carolina in Maps (Raleigh: State Department of Archives and History, 1966) Plate IV, 1966Add to your cart.
Comberford 1657 MS. Courtesy of New York Public Library.
Item 5: W.P. Cumming, North Carolina in Maps (Raleigh: State Department of Archives and History, 1966) Plate V, 1966Add to your cart.
Ogilby circa 1672. Courtesy of the North Carolina Collection, University of North Carolina Library, Chapel Hill.
Item 6: W.P. Cumming, North Carolina in Maps (Raleigh: State Department of Archives and History, 1966) Plate VI, 1966Add to your cart.
Moseley 1733. Courtesy of South Carolina Library, Columbia.
Item 7: W.P. Cumming, North Carolina in Maps (Raleigh: State Department of Archives and History, 1966) Plate VII, 1966Add to your cart.
Collet 1770. Courtesy of W.P. Cumming.
Item 8: W.P. Cumming, North Carolina in Maps (Raleigh: State Department of Archives and History, 1966) Plate VIII, 1966Add to your cart.
Mouzon 1775. Courtesy of State Department of Archives and History, Raleigh.
Item 9: W.P. Cumming, North Carolina in Maps (Raleigh: State Department of Archives and History, 1966) Plate IX, 1966Add to your cart.
Price - Strother 1808. Courtesy of Library of Congress, Washington.
Item 10: W.P. Cumming, North Carolina in Maps (Raleigh: State Department of Archives and History, 1966) Plate X, Henderson County 1838, Sesquicentennial 1988, 1966Add to your cart.
Mac Rae - Brazier 1833. Credits: Research, assembly, digitizing, and production of the maps was done by Marcus Hogue and Karen Hultin of Graphic Mapping Group, Incorporated, of Hendersonville. Our consulting Cartographer, who also did the digtial plotting was Mr. Andrew W. Feinstein of Landlines, Asheville. Consulting Historian was Dr. George Jones of the Hendersonville County Genealogical Society. Photographic reproduction of older maps courtesy of General Electric Lighting Systems of Hendersonville.
Item 11: W.P. Cumming, North Carolina in Maps (Raleigh: State Department of Archives and History, 1966) Plate X, 1966Add to your cart.
Mac Rae - Brazier 1833. Courtesy of the Library of Congress, Washington.
Item 12: W.P. Cumming, North Carolina in Maps (Raleigh: State Department of Archives and History, 1966) Plate XI, 1966Add to your cart.
Colton 1861. Courtesy of the Library of Congress, Washington.
Item 13: W.P. Cumming, North Carolina in Maps (Raleigh: State Department of Archives and History, 1966) Plate XII, 1966Add to your cart.
Bachmann 1861. Courtesy of the Library of Congress, Washington.
Item 14: W.P. Cumming, North Carolina in Maps (Raleigh: State Department of Archives and History, 1966) Plate XIII, 1966Add to your cart.
United States Coast Survey 1865. Courtesy of State Department of Archives and History, Raleigh.
Item 15: W.P. Cumming, North Carolina in Maps (Raleigh: State Department of Archives and History, 1966) Plate XIV, 1966Add to your cart.
Kerr - Cain 1882. Courtesy of the Library of Congress, Washington.
Item 16: W.P. Cumming, North Carolina in Maps (Raleigh: State Department of Archives and History, 1966) Plate XV, 1966Add to your cart.
Post Route 1896. Courtesy of the North Carolina Collection, University of North Carolina Library, Chapel Hill.
Folder 6: Series 2: United States and East Coast Maps (North Carolina, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia), 1730-1987, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Chart Showing Origin of North Carolina Counties, 1940Add to your cart.
By D.L. Corbitt of The North Carolina Historical Commission and L. Polk Denmark of The State Highway and Public Works Commission. Published by State Department of Archives and History, Corner of Salisbury and Edenton Streets, Raleigh, North Carolina.
Item 2: Roanoke Island North Carolina: The Lost ColonyAdd to your cart.
Includes cartoon depictions of events from Plymouth in 1584 to North Carolina in 1587.
Item 3: North Carolina, 1700-1912: Showing Approximate County Divisions within Present State Boundaries, 1961 OctoberAdd to your cart.
From D.L. Corbitt, Formation of North Carolina Counties, 1663-1943. (Raleigh: State Department of Archives and History, 1950). Pages 283-294. October 1961. 0118607143567. (Photocopy)
Item 4: Map of North Carolina, 1861-1865, 1980Add to your cart.
By Betsy Johnson. Revised by Charles L. Price and John Conner Atkeson, Jr., 1980. This map locates the principal forts, towns, railroads, and engagements fought in the State during the Civil War. (Photocopy)
Item 5: North Carolina: 1955 Official Highway Map, 1955Add to your cart.
Issued by North Carolina State Highway and Public Works Commission. C.M. Sawyer, Cartographer.
Item 6: Map Showing the Great Dismal Swamp and Albemarle SoundAdd to your cart.
Maps shows as far north as the Great Dismal Swamp and Back Bay, and as south as Alligator River, Great Alligator Dismal, and Phelps Lake. (Photocopy)
Item 7: Outer Banks: North Carolina Visitor's Map, 2006Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; 13th Edition. ADC The Map People. Copyright 2006 Alexandria Drafting Company, Alexandria, Virginia.
Item 8: Bicentennial Historical Map of Robeson County, North Carolina, 1787-1987, 1986Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; By Thomas E. Ross, Ph.D., 1986. Source: Adapted from "Map of Robeson County, N.C." by Woodberry Lemon, 1922 and United States Geological Survey Topographic Maps. Drawings of Historical Sites by Ellen P. McLean, 1986.
Item 9: Rockingham County North Carolina Historical DocumentationAdd to your cart.
Copyright The Custom House, Jamestown, North Carolina. Fred Hughes Map Maker. Historical Documentation No. VII, 1700s.
Item 10: A Map of the Province of Carolina Divided into its Parishes, Etc. According to the Latest Accounts, 1730Add to your cart.
By Herman Moll, Geographer. A Map of the Most Improved Part of Carolina. Includes parish churches, English settlements, and Indian settlements, 1730. (Photocopy)
Item 11: North Carolina and South Carolina: Road Map with Pictorial Guide, 1953Add to your cart.
Esso Standard Oil Company.
Item 12: Spence's Chart of Shipwrecks of Charleston, South Carolina Over 250 Wrecks, 1980Add to your cart.
Researched and drawn by E. Lee Spence, Underwater Archaeologist. Copyright 1980 by E. Lee Spence, 1700s-1800s.
Item 13: Map of Marion County, South Carolina: A Complete Map Showing the Townships, Public Roads and Principal Residences, Besides Other Things Not Found on Any Other Map of the County, 1882 MayAdd to your cart.
Original Survey made by Harllee about 1815. Enlarged and improved May 1882 by P.Y. Bethea. Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1882 by P.Y. Bethea in the Office of the Librarian of Congress of Washington, District of Columbia. On reverse side Marion District, South Carolina. Surveyed by Thomas Harlee D.S. 1818. Improved for Mills Atlas 1825. (Photocopy)
Item 14: Civil War Trust: Battle of Gettysburg, PennsylvaniaAdd to your cart.
Morning Fight for McPherson Ridge July 1, 1863. Map prepared by Steven Stanley. Civilwar.org
Item 15: Virginia and West VirginiaAdd to your cart.
George F. Cram Company, Engravers and Publishers, Chicago. Pages 251 and 252.
Item 16: Gray's New Topographical Map of Virginia and West Virginia, 1877Add to your cart.
By Frank A. Gray. Philadelphia: O.W. Gray and Son. Copyright 1877 O.W. Gray and Son. Pages 68-69.
Item 17: State of West Virginia, 1966Add to your cart.
United States Department of the Interior Geological Survey. Compiled in 1963, Edition of 1966. Compiled, edited, and published by the Geological Survey. Interior - Geological Survey, Washington, District of Columbia, 1966.
Folder 7: Series 3: Virginia and Regional Maps (Transportation), 1945Add to your cart.
Item 1: Virginia Transportation Map, Sheet 1, 1945 September 1Add to your cart.
Federal Works Agency, Public Roads Administration, compiled and printed by the United States Geological Survey. Published in accordance with Act of Congress approved November 9, 1921, creating the Federal Aid Highway System. Highways corrected to September 1, 1945.
Item 2: Virginia Transportation Map, Sheet 2, 1945 September 1Add to your cart.
Federal Works Agency, Public Roads Administration, compiled and printed by the United States Geological Survey. Published in accordance with Act of Congress approved November 9, 1921, creating the Federal Aid Highway System. Highways corrected to September 1, 1945.
Item 3: Virginia Transportation Map, Sheet 3, 1945 September 1Add to your cart.
Federal Works Agency, Public Roads Administration, compiled and printed by the United States Geological Survey. Published in accordance with Act of Congress approved November 9, 1921, creating the Federal Aid Highway System. Highways corrected to September 1, 1945.
Item 4: Virginia Transportation Map, Sheet 4, 1945 September 1Add to your cart.
Federal Works Agency, Public Roads Administration, compiled and printed by the United States Geological Survey. Published in accordance with Act of Congress approved November 9, 1921, creating the Federal Aid Highway System. Highways corrected to September 1, 1945.
Item 5: Virginia Transportation Map, Sheet 5, 1945 September 1Add to your cart.
Federal Works Agency, Public Roads Administration, compiled and printed by the United States Geological Survey. Published in accordance with Act of Congress approved November 9, 1921, creating the Federal Aid Highway System. Highways corrected to September 1, 1945.
Item 6: Virginia Transportation Map, Sheet 6, 1945 September 1Add to your cart.
Federal Works Agency, Public Roads Administration, compiled and printed by the United States Geological Survey. Published in accordance with Act of Congress approved November 9, 1921, creating the Federal Aid Highway System. Highways corrected to September 1, 1945.
Item 7: Virginia Transportation Map, Sheet 7, 1945 September 1Add to your cart.
Federal Works Agency, Public Roads Administration, compiled and printed by the United States Geological Survey. Published in accordance with Act of Congress approved November 9, 1921, creating the Federal Aid Highway System. Highways corrected to September 1, 1945.
Item 8: Virginia Transportation Map, Sheet 8, 1945 September 1Add to your cart.
Federal Works Agency, Public Roads Administration, compiled and printed by the United States Geological Survey. Published in accordance with Act of Congress approved November 9, 1921, creating the Federal Aid Highway System. Highways corrected to September 1, 1945.
Folder 8: Series 3: Virginia and Regional Maps (Transportation), 1898-2014, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Rand McNally and Company's Virginia, 1898Add to your cart.
Rand McNally and Company's New Business Atlas Map of Virginia. Copyright 1898 by Rand McNally and Company. Copyright 1889 by Rand McNally and Company.
Item 2: The Rand McNally New Commercial Atlas Map of Virginia, 1900Add to your cart.
Several sheets taped together. Shows Virginia Railroads. Copyright by Rand McNally and Company. (Photocopy)
Item 3: The Rand McNally New Commercial Atlas Map of Virginia, 1915Add to your cart.
Copyright by Rand McNally and Company, Map Publishers and Engravers, Chicago, 1915. Handwritten note reads "Culpepper 1748 from Orange. Orange 1734 from Spotts."
Item 4: Rand McNally Standard Map of VirginiaAdd to your cart.
Copyright by Rand McNally and Company, Chicago. Made and lithographed in United States.
Item 5: Commonwealth of Virginia State Highway System and Connections, 1928 AprilAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet; Copyright Commonwealth of Virginia State Highway Commission, General Drafting Company, Incorporated, New York. Construction and detour information: April 1928. Vol. 2; No.4.
Item 6: Commonwealth of Virginia State Highway System and Connections, 1934 MayAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet; Copyright Commonwealth of Virginia State Highway Commission July 1933. Published by Everett Waddey Company, Richmond, Virginia - New York. Lithographed in United States. Vol. 8 No.5.
Item 7: Commonwealth of Virginia State Highway System and Connections, 1936 AugustAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet; Copyright Commonwealth of Virginia State Highway Commission July 1936. Base map made by General Drafting Company, Incorporated, New York. Construction and detour information- August, 1936. vol. 10; no. 8. Issued by Department of Highways Richmond.
Item 8: Commonwealth of Virginia State Highway System and Connections, 1961Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Copyright 1961 by the Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Highways. Prepared for Virginia Department of Highways by Everett Waddey Company, Richmond and Rand McNally and Company, Chicago. Lithographed in United States. Other side includes Commonwealth of Virginia Official Civil War Centennial Map, 1961-1965.
Item 9: Commonwealth of Virginia State Highway System and Connections, 1972Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Copyright 1972 by the Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Highways. Lithographed in United States For Virginia Department of Highways by Rand McNally and Company, Chicago. Other side includes Commonwealth of Virginia: Some of the Old Dominion's better known Historic Shrines, Scenic Attractions, and Natural Wonders.
Item 10: Virginia, before 1960Add to your cart.
Received January 20, 1960. Copyright by C.S. Hammond and Company, New York. Shows railroads.
Item 11: The "Standard" Road Map of Virginia, 1923Add to your cart.
Made and copyright by General Drafting Company, Incorporated, New York. Compliments of Standard Oil Company, New Jersey.
Item 12: Official State Bicycling Map: Bicycling in Virginia, 2006Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Virginia Department of Transportation. Commonwealth of Virginia, Copyright 2006.
Item 13: Official State Bicycle Map: Bicycling in Virginia, 2012Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Virginia Department of Transportation. Copyright 2012, Commonwealth of Virginia.
Item 14: Virginia Winery Guide 2008, 2008Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Virginia Wine Marketing Office.
Item 15: A Map of Scenic Roads in Virginia, 2007Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Virginia Department of Transportation. Commonwealth of Virginia, Copyright October 2007.
Item 16: A Map of Scenic Roads in Virginia, 2012Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Virginia Department of Transportation. Copyright Commonwealth of Virginia, January 2012.
Item 17: Virginia: Free Official State Transportation Map 1994-1995, 1994Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Virginia Department of Transportation. Copyright 1994.
Item 18: Virginia: Free Official State Transportation Map 2006-2008, 2006Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Virginia Department of Transportation. Copyright 2006, Commonwealth of Virginia.
Item 19: Virginia: Free Official State Transportation Map 2008-2010, 2008Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Virginia Department of Transportation. Copyright 2008, Commonwealth of Virginia.
Item 20: Virginia: Free Official State Transportation Map 2010-2012, 2010Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Virginia Department of Transportation. Commonwealth of Virginia, Copyright 2010.
Item 21: Virginia: Free Official State Transportation Map 2012-2014, 2012Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Virginia Department of Transportaion. Copyright 2012, Commonwealth of Virginia.
Item 22: Virginia: Free Official State Transportation Map 2014-2016, 2014Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Virginia Department of Transportation. Copyright 2014, Commonwealth of Virginia.
Folder 9: Series 3: Virginia and Regional Maps (Virginia), 1634-1988, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Formation of Virginia Counties from 1634, 1985Add to your cart.
Copyright 1985 John Vogt. Iberian Publishing Company, Athens, Georgia. Chart shows Virginia counties, territory taken from counties, independent cities, and West Virginia and Kentucky, 1634-1985. (Photocopy)
Item 2: Virginia: Tidewater to the Valley, 1977Add to your cart.
M.F. Rose, 1977. circa 1746-1751. (Photocopy)
Item 3: A New and Accurate Map of the Province of Virginia, in North AmericaAdd to your cart.
Maps shows Chesapeake Bay to the Allegheny Mountains, circa 1779.
Item 4: A New Map of Virginia With Its Canals, Roads and Distances from Place to Place, Along the Stage and Steam Boat RoutesAdd to your cart.
Tanner's Universal Atlas. By H.S. Tanner. Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1836, by H.S. Tanner, in the Clerks Office of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Published by H.S. Tanner, Pennsylvania. Engraved by W. Brose; Philadelphia. Scanned February 8, 2007. File: 07Map 00002 - Virginia 1836.
Item 5: The Century Atlas Virginia, 1902Add to your cart.
Copyright 1897 and 1902, by The Century Company. The Matthews-Northrup Company, Buffalo, New York. No. 34.
Item 6: Virginia From the Latest Federal, State and Transportation Surveys, circa 1911Add to your cart.
George F. Cram. Chicago and New York. Page 35.
Item 7: Virginia, 1970 AprilAdd to your cart.
R. Toelke, Copyright April 1970. Historical map of Virginia with illustrations. 1607-1865.
Item 8: Virginia, 1975 AprilAdd to your cart.
R. Toelke, Copyright April 1975. Historical map of Virginia with illustrations, 1607-1865.
Item 9: The State of Virginia From the Best AuthoritiesAdd to your cart.
Published by John Reid, New York. Andrew B. Graham Company, Photo-Lithographers, Washington, District of Columbia, 1796.
Item 10: Settlement of Virginia 1702Add to your cart.
Settlement advancing toward the mountains Frontier Counties large and thinly settled. No. 9. (Photocopy)
Item 11: Settlement of Virginia 1729Add to your cart.
The Piedmont Region occupied One Settlement in Shenandoah Valley. No. 10. (Photocopy)
Item 12: Settlement of Virginia 1775Add to your cart.
The Valley occupied practically completing the settlement of the present State of Virginia. No. 11. (Photocopy)
Item 13: Virginia Military Institute Map of VirginiaAdd to your cart.
Compiled chiefly from C.L. Ludwig's Map, and from other more recent data. To accompany Preliminary Report of the Physical Survey of Virginia. By M.F. Maury L.L.D. etc. Professor Physics Virginia Military Institute. Engraved by C. Ludwig, Richmond, Virginia, December 1868.
Item 14: 150th Anniversary Civil War Supplement to a Map of Scenic Roads in Virginia, 2011Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Virginia Department of Transportation. Commonwealth of Virginia, Copyright 2011.
Item 15: Historical Map of Virginia: Showing the Main Points of Historic Interest and the Main Traveled Automobile Routes, circa 1922Add to your cart.
Prepared and copyrighted by the American Automobile Association, Washington, District of Columbia.
Item 16: A Literacy Map of The Commonwealth of Virginia, 1957Add to your cart.
Copyright 1957 - The Virginia Association of Teachers of English. Prepared by The Literary Map Committee, Mrs. Mary M. Councell, Chairman. Order from The Virginia Education Association, Richmond, Virginia.
Item 17: Map of the State of Virginia: Constructed in Conformity to Law from the Late Surveys Authorized By the Legislature and Other Original and Authentic Documents, 1827Add to your cart.
By Herman Boye. Engraved by H.S. Tanner. Title written and engraved by Joseph Perkins. Entered according to Act of Congress, the 14th day of April 1826, by John Tyler, Governor of the state of Virginia, 1827. (Photocopy)
Item 18: Historic Garden Week: Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Transportation Map, 1988 April 23 - 1988 May 1Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Historic Garden Week April 23 through May 1, 1988. Sponsored by The Garden Club of Virginia.
Item 19: A Historical Map of Virginia, 1930Add to your cart.
By Charles W. Smith. Lithographed by A. Hoen and Company, Incorporated, Richmond, Virginia. Copyrighted 1930 by Charles W. Smith. Received June 18, 1931.
Folder 10: Series 3: Virginia and Regional Maps (Piedmont, Mountain, and Valley Ridge Regions), 1740-1988,undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: No. 1 Map, From Major A.H. Campbell's Surveys, Showing the Positions of the Camps and Pickets of the Second Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, 1864Add to your cart.
Battles of the Wilderness and Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia. To accompany report of Jedediah Hotchkiss, Topographical Engineer, Valley District. Topographic Engineering Office, Valley District, February 6, 1864. Copied by S.B. Robinson. Series I, Vol. XLIII, Part I. May 3, 1864 to May 21, 1864. (Photocopy)
Item 2: Map of Buckingham and Appomattox Counties, Virginia, 1863 December 25Add to your cart.
Surveyed under the direction of A.H. Campbell, Captain Engineers and Chief of Topographical Department, Department of Nrthern Virginia, by Charles E. Cassell, Lieutenant Engineers, P.A.C.S., December 25, 1863. (Photocopy)
Item 3: Camp of the Army of the Potomac Near Brandy Station, Virginia, and Sketch Showing the Positions of the Redoubts and Batteries of the Lines of the United States Forces in Front of Petersburg, Virginia, 1863 November 8 to 1863 November 26 and 1864 September 13Add to your cart.
2 maps on 1 page. Map 1: Original not dated but the Army of the Potomac occupied this position from November 8 to 26, 1863. Compiler. From original in the possession of Major General George G. Meade, United States Army. Series I, Vol. XXIX. Map 2: Headquarters Army of the Potomac, Engineer Department, September 13, 1864. Accompanying Circular Headquarters, Army of the Potomac. Series I, Vol. XLII, Part 2, Page 954. (Photocopy)
Item 4: Map of Orange County Etc., Virginia Embracing the Details and Plan of Operations of Confederate and Federal Forces at Mine Run and Rapidan RiverAdd to your cart.
By order of Lieutenant Colonel W.P. Smith, Lieutenant Colonel Of Engineers. Topographical Office, Army of Northern Virginia. Prepared by J. Paul Hoffman. Accompanying report of General Robert E. Lee, Confederate States Army. Series I, Vol. XXIX, Part I, Page 830. (Photocopy)
Item 5: A Map of A Line of Defenses in the Alleghanies, 1864 April 25Add to your cart.
Compiled from Whitcomb's Railroad Map and Original Surveys by Lieutenant Koerner's Topographical Party under direction of Captain C.R. Howard, C.S.E. H.J. Miller, Assistant and Draftman. (Photocopy)
Item 6: Map of the Valley of Virginia from Staunton to WinchesterAdd to your cart.
From Surveys and Reconnaissances by P.W.O. Koerner, Lieutenant Engineer. Made under direction of Major A.H. Campbell, Chief Topographical Bureau, Department of Northern Virginia. (Photocopy)
Item 7: New Market, Virginia Battlefield, 1912Add to your cart.
Surveyed in 1910-1912 by B. Allison Colonna. Under the Direction of B.A. Colonna. Cadet Captain D Company, Corps of Cadets Virginia Military Institute May 15, 1864 and Late Asst., United States Coast and Geodetic Survey In charge of office William E. Johnson, Draftsman.
Item 8: Washington's Boyhood HomeAdd to your cart.
Part of Rappahanock Farm of Ferry Farm or Pine Grove. The words upon the map in George Washington's handwriting are taken from his survey notes of September 13, 1771. The insert map shows the relation of the land mapped by Washington to Fredericksburg. Falmout, Deep Run, and Little Falls Run. Produced by Robert B. Hitchings. (Photocopy)
Item 9: Map of Southwest Virginia Part 1Add to your cart.
From Annals of Southwest Virginia by Lewis Preston Summers. Map shows Old Wilderness Road to Kentucky, Route of Dr. Walker 1749, Route of Gist, and Old Road from Philadelphia to New River Settlement.
Item 10: Map of Southwest Virginia Part 2Add to your cart.
Map shows Wilderness Trail from Central Virginia to Kentucky, Boone's Road, Hunters path, and Route of Gist.
Item 11: Halifax County, Virginia Showing Primary and Secondary Highways, 1959 January 1Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Prepared by the Department of Highways, Richmond, Virginia. Base map prepared by the Department of Highways in Cooperation with the Federal Works Agency, Public Roads Administration, Assisted by the State Planning Board and the Works Progess Administration.
Item 12: Halifax County, Virginia Showing Primary and Secondary Highways, and City of South Boston, Halifax County, Virginia, 1971 JulyAdd to your cart.
Map 1: Prepared by the Department of Highways, Richmond, Virginia. Photocopied notes in margins. Map 2: Prepared by J. Walter Jones, Jr., Certified Land Surveyor. Revised July 1971. (Photocopy)
Item 13: Civil War Trust: Battle of The Wilderness, VirginiaAdd to your cart.
Map prepared by Steven Stanley. Civilwar.org. May 6, 1864.
Item 14: Map of the Stony Man Region in the Shenandoah National Park, 1964Add to your cart.
Drawn by Tom Culverwell. Copyright 1964 by Potomac Appalachian Trail Club. Offset printed by Kirby Lithographic Company Incorporated, Washington, District of Columbia. Showing the Skyline Drive and Man's Pursuits and Pleasures in thie Region from the most Ancient Times down to the Present.
Item 15: A Map of Albemarle County, Virginia, 1971 AugustAdd to your cart.
From Original Surveys by G. Peyton, Civil Engineer. Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1875 by G. Peyton in the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington. Engraved by Worley and Bracher. Donated by Mr. and Mrs. R. Cecil Chapman. In memory of George H. Sargeant, Jr.
Item 16: Map of Albemarle County, Virginia, 1984Add to your cart.
Prepared under the direction of N. Michler, Major of Engineers and Brevet Brigadier General United States By Jedediah Hotchkiss, Topographical Engineer, Staunton, Virginia. First published 1984 Steven G. Meeks, historian. Donated by Mr. and Mrs. R. Cecil Chapman. In Memory of George H. Sargeant, Jr., November 1866. (Photocopy)
Item 17: Map of Albemarle, 1988Add to your cart.
Chief Engineer's Office, Department of Northern Virginia. Major General J.F. Gilmer, Chief Engineer. From surveys and reconnaisances by C.S. Dwight Lieutenant Engineers. P.A. Made under direction of A.H. Campbell, Captain Engineers in charge Topographical Department. Jeremy Francis Gilmer Collection. Original in possession of the Virginia Historical Society. Copyright 1988 Virginia Historical Society. Donated by Mr. and Mrs. R. Cecil Chapman. In memory of George H. Sargeant, Jr., 1864. (Photocopy)
Item 18: Map Showing The Manor of Beverley Patent For 118,491 Acres and The Benjamin Borden Grant For 92,100 Acres Southwestern Frontier Settlements 1740 In Relation to the Present Counties of Augusta and Rockbridge, 1740Add to your cart.
2 pages taped together. (Photocopy)
Item 19: The Beverley Patent 1736 including original grantees, 1738-1815 in Orange and Augusta Counties, Virginia, 1954Add to your cart.
Compiled and drawn by J.R. Hildebrand, 1954. (Photocopy)
Item 20: Culpeper County, Commonwealth of Virginia, 1975Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Surveyed and Drawn by Eugene M. Scheel for the Second National Bank of Culpeper. Copyright Eugene M. Scheel, 1975. Typography by William R. Grimes, Paeonian Springs, Virginia. Printed by Williams and Heintz, Washington, District of Columbia.
Item 21: Historical Map of Montgomery County, Virginia, 1970 March 1Add to your cart.
Giving the Names and Locations of Many of the Early Adventurers in the Territory: From 1750-1865. The Roanoke Historical Society. J.R. Hildebrand, Delineator. Roanoake, Virginia, March 1, 1970. (Photocopy)
Item 22: Historical Map of The Roanoake Valley Historical Society showing Rockbridge County, Virginia, 1973Add to your cart.
J.R. Hildebrand, Delineator, 1973, 1778-1865.
Folder 11: Series 3: Virginia and Regional Maps (Piedmont, Mountain, and Valley Ridge Regions and Tidewater), 1863-2005, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Richmond and Manchester, VirginiaAdd to your cart.
Shows steam railroads and horse railroads. Page 107.
Item 2: One Hundred and Fifty Miles Around Richmond, 1864Add to your cart.
Charles Magnus' New York Printing Establishment - New York and Washington, District of Columbia. Deutsche und englische Buchdruck erei, lithographische Anstalt und Verlagshandlung. Eleventh Edition 3000 of Magnus' all around Map. Dedicated to the gallant Soldiers, fighting to suppress the Rebellion.
Item 3: Map of the City of Richmond, Virginia, 1864Add to your cart.
From a Survey by L.H. Adams, Assistant. United States Coast Survey, 1858. With additions from Smiths Map of Henrico County, 1853. Prepared at the United States Coast Survey Office. A.D. Bache, Superintendent, 1864. H. Lindenkohl and Charles G. Krebs, Lithographer. 1961-USCOMM-CGS-DC-A-4730. Received September 14, 1962. (Photocopy)
Item 4: Wagner's Complete Map of Richmond: Richmond and Suburbs, 1949Add to your cart.
Map by Wagner, revised. Supplied by Rand McNally and Company. Published by the A.C. Wagner Company. Revised 1949. Copyright 1927 by A.C. Wagner.
Item 5: Richmond Street and Vicinity Maps, 1969Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Copyright 1969 by Rand McNally and Company. Lithographed in United States, Texaco.
Item 6: Richmond, Virginia, 2004Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; ADC The Map People. 6th Edition. Copyright 2004 Alexandria Drafting Company, Alexandria, Virginia.
Item 7: Richmond, Virginia, circa 1867Add to your cart.
Map No. 8. Facsimile of original in RG, 77 (Map G204, Nos. 51 and 55) Cartographic Archives Division, National Archives and Records Service, Washington, District of Columbia.
Item 8: Historic and Archaeological Sites: Henrico County, Virginia, 1976Add to your cart.
From actual surveys. Revised December 1978. (Photocopy)
Item 9: Survey of Prince George County, Virginia, 1863Add to your cart.
Chief Engineer's Office D.N.V. Colonel J.F. Gilmer, Chief Engineer. Made under the direction of A.H. Campbell, Captain P.E. and Chief Topographical Department. By S.L. Sommers, Assistant Engineer. J.Houston Patton, Draughtsman. Map from the Confederate Engineer Bureau in Richmond, Virginia. General J.F. Gilmer, Chief Engineer. Presented to the Virginia Historical Society by his only daughter, Mrs. J.F. Minis, Savannah, Georgia. Jeremy Francis Gilmer Collection. Original possession of the Virginia Historical Society. 0118609189436. (Photocopy)
Item 10: Virginia's Eastern Shore, 2005Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Bay Creek presents… The Lure of the Shore. The original of this map was created by Jeff Shields of Adco Signs and reproduced with his permission.
Item 11: Northampton County, Virginia Street Map, 1988Add to your cart.
2 sheets; compiled and published by ADC. Copyright 1988 ADC of Alexandria, Virginia. (Photocopy)
Item 12: Accomack County, Virginia Street Map, 1987Add to your cart.
2 sheets; compiled and published by ADC. Copyright 1987 ADC of Alexandria, Virginia. (Photocopy)
Item 13: Location Map Chesapeake Bay Ferries Existing and ProposedAdd to your cart.
Wilbur Smith and Associates, pages 69-70.
Folder 12: Series 3: Virginia and Regional Maps (Tidewater), 1606-1961, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Preliminary Map of A Part of the South Side of James River, VirginiaAdd to your cart.
3 pages taped together. Chief Engineer's Office, Department of Northern Virginia. Major General J.F. Gilmer, Chief Engineer. From surveys and reconnaisances made under the direction of Captain Albert H. Campbell, P.E. in charge Topographical Department, Department of Northern Virginia, 1864. J.H. Patton, Assistant Engineer.
Item 2: Part of the Map of the Military Department of Southeastern Virginia and Fort Monroe, 1861 AugustAdd to your cart.
3 pages taped together. Compiled in the Bureau of Topographical Engineers of the War Department. Accompanying report of Major General McClellan, United States Army. Series I, Vol. XI, Part I, Page 5. Mentioned by Major N. Michler, United States Engineers, Vol. 36 part 1 page 292. (Photocopy)
Item 3: Tidewater Sheet: A Map of Virginia Formed from Actual Surveys, and the Latest as well as Most Accurate Observations, 1807Add to your cart.
Bishop James Madison. Drawn by William Davis. Stamped on back "February 1979 Virginia State Library." (Photocopy)
Item 4: Johnson's Map of the Vicinity of Richmond, and Peninsular Campaign in Virginia, 1862Add to your cart.
Showing also the interesting localities along the James, Chickohominy, and York Rivers. Compiled from the Official Maps of the War Department by A.J. Johnson, New York. Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1862 by J. Knowles Hare, in the Clerks office of the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York.
Item 5: Bacon's New Shilling War Map, 1862Add to your cart.
Published by Bacon and Company, London. Showing minutely the interesting localities in the Vicinity of Richmond, 1862.
Item 6: 1862 Peninsula Campaign: Civil War in TidewaterAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet, 1862.
Item 7: Military Map of Southeastern Virginia, 1961Add to your cart.
Compiled at the United States Coast Survey Office. Drawn by A. Lindenkohl. 1961-USCOMM-CGS-DC-A-4730. 1864. (Photocopy)
Item 8: Map of New Kent, Charles City, James City and York Counties: Part 1Add to your cart.
Chief Engineer's Office Department of Northern Virginia. Colonel J.F. Gilmer, Chief Engineer. Jeremy Francis Gilmer Collection. Original possession of the Virginia Historical Society. 1863. (Photocopy)
Item 9: Map of New Kent, Charles City, James City and York Counties: Part 2, 1942Add to your cart.
1863, In Memoriam George Bryan President of the Society 1915-1917. Restored by the Society of Sons of the Revolution in the State of Virginia, 1942. (Photocopy)
Item 10: The Seat of War in Eastern Virginia, 1862Add to your cart.
Also includes map of The Railroads in Eastern Virginia in 1862. (Photocopy)
Item 11: Augustine Herman's Map of Virginia and Maryland, 1673Add to your cart.
Map includes only portion of eastern Virginia. (Photocopy)
Item 12: Map of Eastern Virginia, 1827Add to your cart.
Map shows Steam Boat routes from Richmond to Washington, Altitudes of Mountains in Virginia, above Tidewater. Stamped on back "January 1979 Virginia State Library." (Photocopy)
Item 13: Virginia: Discovered and described by Captain John Smith, 1612Add to your cart.
Graven by William Hole, Copyright Bodleian Library, Oxford. Donated by Donna Bluemink. MS Asmole 1758, fol. 14r. (Photocopy)
Item 14: Virginia: Discovered and described by Captain John SmithAdd to your cart.
Graven by William Hole. Map No. 1, Facsimile of original in Virginia Historical Society, Richmond, Virginia. 1612 published, 1606.
Item 15: Pas Kaart van de Zee Kusten van Virginia Tusschen C. Henry ent Hooge Land van Renslaars Hoek, 1684Add to your cart.
Dutch. By Johannes Van Keulen. June 24, 2004. (Photocopy)
Item 16: Terrae-Mariae Nova et Virginiae TabulaAdd to your cart.
Latin. 1671.
Item 17: Nova Virginiae TabulaAdd to your cart.
Latin. 1720.
Item 18: Map of the Maritime Parts of Virginia, 1776Add to your cart.
Exhibiting the Seat of War and of Lord Dunmore's depredations in that Colony. Pierre Eugene Du Simitiere, 1776. (Photocopy)
Item 19: A mapp of Virginia discovered to ye falls and in it's latt: from 35. deg: and 1/2 neer Florida, to 41. deg: bounds of new England, 1954Add to your cart.
1651, The rare Farrer map, showing the nearness of the Pacific coast. First Edition - Limited to One Hundred Copies of which this is #97. Copyright 1954 - Alice Granbery Walter. Alice Granbery Walter Collection.
Item 20: The Principal Portion of the Territory Ruled by Powhatan, circa 1916Add to your cart.
Authorities relied on 1 Smith’s History of Virginia, 148, United States Coast and Geodetic chart, 376, by Conway Whittle Sams.
Item 21: The Principal Portion of the Territory Ruled by Powhatan, 1907Add to your cart.
Authorities relied on 1 Smith’s History of Virginia, 148, United States Coast and Geodetic chart, 376, by Conway Whittle Sams, 1907. Copyright 1907 by Conway Whittle Sams.
Item 22: A Past and Present Map of Eastern Virginia, 1934Add to your cart.
Limited edition printed from hand cut plate. Copyright Southgate L. Lohman, Norfolk, Virginia, 1934.
Item 23: Map of Gloucester, Middlesex, and MathewsAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet; includes many advertisements for local businesses.
Folder 13: Series 3: Virginia and Regional Maps (Tidewater), 1607-1671Add to your cart.
Item 1: Jamestown: First Permanent English Settlement in America, 1607Add to your cart.
No.1. (Photocopy)
Item 2: From Point Comfort to Henrico Plantations on the James River, 1611Add to your cart.
No. 2. (Photocopy)
Item 3: Rapid Growth of Settlement along the James River Marked by Introduction of Representative Government, 1619Add to your cart.
No. 3. (Photocopy)
Item 4: Extension of Settlement prior to The Indian Massacre, 1622Add to your cart.
No. 4. (Photocopy)
Item 5: James River and Eastern Shore Plantations Multiplied Plantations on York River, 1632Add to your cart.
No. 5. (Photocopy)
Item 6: The Peninsula Filled in Counties Established, 1634Add to your cart.
No. 6. (Photocopy)
Item 7: The English Commonwealth Period Marked by Numerous Settlements Along the Chesapeake and its Tributaries, 1652Add to your cart.
No. 7. (Photocopy)
Item 8: Practically All of Tidewater Virginia Settled, 1671Add to your cart.
No. 8. (Photocopy)
Folder 14: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Virginia Peninsula and South Hampton Roads), 1807-1975, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Position of the English and French Fleets Immediately Previous to the ActionAdd to your cart.
Engraved for Stedmans History of the American War. Charles Stedman, 1794. September 5, 1781.
Item 2: Tidewater Area of Virginia Physical and Political Map, 1826 April 14Add to your cart.
Entered according to Act of Congress, the 14th day of April 1826, by John Tyler, Governor of the State of Virginia. No. 9. (Photocopy)
Item 3: Highway Map of Norfolk and Vicinity, before 1957Add to your cart.
In file before July 16, 1957. 755.5 V549. Shows major highways of Norfolk, Portsmouth, Virginia Beach, Suffolk, Hampton, and Newport News.
Item 4: Virginia Seashore: A Year Round Playground Among Historic ShrinesAdd to your cart.
State Port Authority of Virginia. Port Series No. 36.
Item 5: King's Highway Route of Virginia: A Scenic and Historic All Highway and Bridge RouteAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet; Leading Through Portsmouth, South Norfolk, Berkley, and Norfolk to the Beaches. Virginia Seashore: A Year Round Playground - Among Historic Shrines. Everett Waddey Company, Richmond, Virginia - New York.
Item 6: Motor Routes to Virginia Seashore via James River Bridge Corporation, Norfolk, VirginiaAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet; Map produced by American Automobile Association, Washington, District of Columbia. Virginia Seashore: A Year Round Playground - Among Historic Shrines.
Item 7: Norfolk Resort AreaAdd to your cart.
Drawn by Day Lowry. Resort Department, Norfolk Chamber of Commerce. Printed in United States.
Item 8: Burk's Fisherman's MapAdd to your cart.
Shows major waterways from the York River and Chesapeake Bay down to Albemarle Sound and Croatan Sound. (Photocopy)
Item 9: Location Map of Virginia BeachAdd to your cart.
Morrie Company, Norfolk, Virginia. (Photocopy)
Item 10: Map of the Lower Virginia Peninsula and Historic Points, Compliments of Morrie Company, Norfolk, Virginia, 1923 September 24Add to your cart.
Morrie Company Drafting, Designing, Photostats, Blue Prints, General Reproductions. Ledger-Dispatch Building, Norfolk, Virginia. (Photocopy)
Item 11: Plan des Environs de Williamsburg, York, Hampton, et PortsmouthAdd to your cart.
French. Map Division, Library of Congress. (Photocopy)
Item 12: Map of the State of Virginia, 1827Add to your cart.
"Believe part of map drawn by Herman Boyce, 1827. Engraved by H.S. Tannor - Virginia State Library #529-1827" (Photocopy)
Item 13: Map of Hampton Roads, 1807Add to your cart.
2 sheets glued together. "Believe part map by Bishop James Madison 1807. Picketts. Back of map reads: "Princess Anne Co - 18 , 1829, 1859, 1910." (Photocopy)
Item 14: Map of Hampton Roads, circa 1807Add to your cart.
Map shows Hampton Roads including Princess Anne, Norfolk, Nansemond, Isle of Wight, Warwick, and Elizabeth City. (Photocopy)
Item 15: Calendar of Events Hampton Roads, Virginia MapAdd to your cart.
Cultural Alliance of Greater Hampton Roads.
Item 16: Virginia's Historic Peninsula, 1944Add to your cart.
Copyright 1944 American Automobile Association. Shows entire Hampton Roads region, with emphasis on Virginia Peninsula. Specific information about the section of Virginia covered by this map will be furnished, upon request, by the James River Bridge System, Newport News, Virginia.
Item 17: Map of Hampton Roads District, 1925Add to your cart.
Copyright by Henry Eagleton 1925. Map designed by Morrie Company for Henry Eagleton at the Sign of the 6 Arcade Norfolk, Virginia. Lithographed for Morrie Company, Norfolk, Virginia by A. Hoen and Company, Baltimore.
Item 18: Road Map of Historic Hampton Roads Section, 1824Add to your cart.
Sheets taped together. Copyright by Elsie A. Stegman 1824. Map made by Morrie Company, Norfolk, Virginia. (Photocopy)
Item 19: The Birthplace of Our Nation, 1975Add to your cart.
Copyright Alice Granbery Walter. Hand-drawn in green ink and painted. Map shows Indian villages, Churches, Smith's Map 1607, Hariots Map 1584 and Court Records Patents, and Shipwrecks.
Item 20: Ports of Virginia Facilities Maps: The Port of Hampton RoadsAdd to your cart.
Virginia Port Authority, Norfolk, Virginia. Printed in United States.
Folder 15: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Virginia Peninsula and South Hampton Roads), 1861-1976, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: South East Portion of Virginia and North East Portion of North Carolina, 1861Add to your cart.
Drawn by Sergeant Charles Worret and compiled under the Direction of Colonel T.J. Cram, Chief Topographical Engineer Department, Virginia. From the collection of Carroll Walker. (Photocopy)
Item 2: Norfolk-Hampton Roads Company Map, 1899 JanuaryAdd to your cart.
A.W. Cornick and Company, Agents Norfolk, Virginia. (Photocopy)
Item 3: Norfolk and Portsmouth, Newport News, Hampton, and Old Point Comfort, Fortress Monroe, 1919Add to your cart.
Copyrighted by the Automobile Blue Book Publishing. Original located at University of Texas: Austin, Perry-Castaneda Map Collection. (Photocopy)
Item 4: Map Showing "Old Dominion Place" Its Environments and Transportation FacilitiesAdd to your cart.
O.E.D. Barron, Manager, Norfolk, Virginia. Christopher Eng… Richmond, Virginia. (Photocopy)
Item 5: Norfolk, Portsmouth, South Norfolk, Hampton, Newport News, Warwick Map and Visitor's Guide, 1958Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Esso Standard Oil Company. Copyright 1957 General Drafting Company, Incorporated, Convent Station, New Jersey, 1958-1959.
Item 6: Norfolk, Portsmouth, South Norfolk, Hampton, Newport News Map and Visitor's Guide, 1959 JanuaryAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet; Esso Standard Oil Company. Copyright 1959 General Drafting Company, Incorporated, Convent Station, New Jersey.
Item 7: Norfolk Street and Vicinity Maps, 1962Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Texaco. Copyright 1962 The H.M. Gousha Company, Chicago-San-Jose. Lithographed in United States.
Item 8: Hampton Roads Area: Norfolk, Newport News, Portsmouth, Hampton, and Portions of Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, 1971Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Humble Oil and Refining Company. 1971 Happy Motoring Guide. Copyright 1969, General Drafting Company, Incorporated, Convent Station, New Jersey.
Item 9: Street Guide of Norfolk, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Newport News, Hampton, and Vicinity, 1963Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Shell. Copyright The H.M. Gousha Company, Chicago-San-Jose. Lithographed in United States. Front of pamphlet says "1965", written in pen.
Item 10: Norfolk Street and Vicinity Maps, 1964Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Texaco. Copyright The H.M. Gousha Company, Chicago-San-Jose. Lithographed in United States.
Item 11: Norfolk Street and Vicinity Maps, 1965Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Texaco. Copyright The H.M. Gousha Company, Chicago-San-Jose. Lithographed in United States.
Item 12: Norfolk Street and Vicinity Maps, 1966Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Texaco. Copyright The H.M. Gousha Company, Chicago-San-Jose. Lithographed in United States.
Item 13: Hampton Roads Norfolk, 1972Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; American Oil Company. Copyright by Rand McNally and Company Lithographed in United States. Summer-Fall 1972.
Item 14: Hampton Roads Norfolk, 1973Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; American Oil Company. Copyright by Rand McNally and Company Lithographed in United States. Winter-Spring 1973.
Item 15: Rand McNally Map of Norfolk and Hampton Roads Area Including Chesapeake, Hampton, Newport News, Portsmouth, Virginia Beach, 1976Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Copyright by Rand McNally and Company, Lithographed in United States.
Folder 16: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Virginia Peninsula), 1607-2001, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Dolph's Map of Hampton, Newport News, Yorktown, Poquoson, York County, James City County, Williamsburg, Virginia, 1967Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Published by Peninsula Chamber of Commerce. Published and copyrighted by Dolph Map Company, Incorporated, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Item 2: Newport News, Virginia Street MapAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet; copyright Champion Map Corporation.
Item 3: A Sketch of the East end of the Peninsula Where on is Hampton, W.P.M., 1781Add to your cart.
2 separate sheets photocopied. Original at University of Michigan, William L. Clements Library, Ann Arbor, Michigan. (Photocopy)
Item 4: Map of HamptonAdd to your cart.
French. Map labels Hampton, Back River, Point D'Hamsted, Fort George demoli, Maison Selden, etc. (Photocopy)
Item 5: Plan du Seige D’York par l’Armee Combinee Commandee par les Generale Washington et Comte de Rochambeau, 1781Add to your cart.
French. 2 separate sheets photocopied showing slightly different versions of same map. Original at University of Michigan, William L. Clements Library, Ann Arbor, Michigan. (Photocopy)
Item 6: Carte des Environs de York en Virginie avec les attaques et la position des Armees Francoise et Americaine, devant cette Place, 1781Add to your cart.
French. (Photocopy)
Item 7: Plan d'York-Town pour servir a l'Etablissement du Quartier d'hyver du Regiment de Soissonnois; et des Grenadiers et Chasseurs de St. Onge, le 12 novembre, 1781, 1781Add to your cart.
French. (Photocopy)
Item 8: Attaque de la Ville d’York en Virginie prise le 19 8bre 1781 par les Armees Combinees de France et d’Amerique, 1781Add to your cart.
French. (Photocopy)
Item 9: A Plan of the Posts of York and Gloucester in the Province of Virginia, 1930 JulyAdd to your cart.
Established by His Majesty's Army under the Command of Lieutenant General Earl Cornwallis, together with The Attacks and Operations of the American and French Forces Commanded by General Washington and the Count of Rochambeau, which terminated in the Surrender of the said Posts and Army on the 17th of October 1781. Surveyed by Captain Fage of the Royal Artillery. Published according to Act of Parliament the 4th June 1782. Compliments of Arthur R. Scott July 1930.
Item 10: Carte de la partie de la Virginie ou l'armée combinée de France and des États-Unis de l'Amérique a fait prisonnière l'Armée anglaise commandée par Lord Cornwallis le 19 octobre. 1781, avec le plan de l'attaque d'York-town and de Glocester, 1781Add to your cart.
French. (Photocopy)
Item 11: Siege of YorktownAdd to your cart.
Smith and Stroup, Map Publishers, Philadelphia. Copyright secured.
Item 12: Official Plan of The Siege of Yorktown, Virginia, 1862 April 5 to 1862 May 3Add to your cart.
Conducted by the Army of the Potomac under the command of Major General B. McClellan, United States. Prepared under the direction of Brigadier General J.G. Barnard, Chief Engineer by Lieutenant Henry L. Abbot, Topographical Engineers A.D.C. April 5 - May 3, 1862. (Photocopy)
Item 13: 1607 Capture Route of Captain John Smith, 2007Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; a Jamestown-Beyond-the-Walls Publication, 2007.
Item 14: Souvenir Historical Map Jamestown 350th Anniversary Festival, 1607-1957, Virginia, 1957Add to your cart.
Based on the Original 17th Century Map of Captain John Smith and on Engravings for His Writings, This Authentic Presentation Depicts in Numbered Sequence the First Great Events in United States History - at Jamestown, Virginia. Here, in Virginia, took place the Greatest Adventures of Captain John Smith, Homeric Hero of America. Copyright 1956. Illustrated Historical Map by J. Lindsey Ocheltree, Norfolk, Virginia. Lithographed by Liskey Lithograph Company, Norfolk, Virginia.
Item 15: James Forte at Jamestowne, 1957Add to your cart.
Copyright 1957 by the A.H. Robins Company, Incorporated, John Hull.
Item 16: Tyndall's Draughte of VirginiaAdd to your cart.
From the original in the British Museum, 1608.
Item 17: The Zuniga Chart of Virginia, 1608 September 10Add to your cart.
Item LVII. Chart of Virginia Sent from London, England 10th September 1608 by Zuniga to the King of Spain. The legends on this map are designated in the order in which they are given in the text pp. 185-188, by the letters A. B. C., etc. These letters are not on the original map. (Photocopy)
Item 18: Williamsburg, Jamestown, Yorktown, 1957Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; specially prepared for the 350th Anniversary of the Founding of Jamestown, Virginia, 1607. Esso Standard Oil Company. Copyright 1957 General Drafting Company, Incorporated, Convent Station, New Jersey.
Item 19: Williamsburg in Virginia: A Map Showing a Prospect of The City and Various Eighteenth Century Houses as they are Today, 1937Add to your cart.
Finlay Ferguson, Jr.
Item 20: Light House to Replace Old Light Houses at White Shoal and Point of Shoals, James River, Virginia, 1870 December 29Add to your cart.
Sheet No. 1. Engineer Office, 5th Light House District. Baltimore, Maryland, December 29, 1870, Captain Engineers. (Photocopy)
Folder 17: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (South Hampton Roads), 1918-2006, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Map of South Hampton RoadsAdd to your cart.
Map shows rivers and bays from Suffolk to Virginia Beach. Map specifies Suffolk and Great Bridge. Permission to reproduce… The William L. Clements Library, Ann Arbor, Michigan. (Photocopy)
Item 2: The Parishes and Magisterial Districts of Norfolk and Princess Anne Counties, 1918Add to your cart.
By Conway Whittle Sams. Writing is included around depicted map drawing. (Photocopy)
Item 3: The Parishes and Magisterial Districts of Norfolk and Princess Anne Counties, 1918Add to your cart.
By Conway Whittle Sams.
Item 4: Real Estate Weekly Interactive Map, 2001 December 29Add to your cart.
Real Estate Weekly, The Virginian-Pilot.
Item 5: Flood Zones in South Hampton RoadsAdd to your cart.
Graphic by William Pitzer, PitzoGraphics, Incorporated. Special to The Virginian-Pilot, and The Virginian-Pilot News Graphics Department. Sources: WVEC-TV, Incorporated, United States Department of Commerce.
Item 6: Bellamy, Hough, and Hardy's, Incorporated: Map of Norfolk and Vicinity, 1907Add to your cart.
Copyrighted 1907 by Bellamy, Hough, and Hardy's Incorporated. C.F. Petriece, 1906.
Item 7: Map of Norfolk and Vicinity, 1861 October 17Add to your cart.
Drawn by G.F. Lathrop. Courtesy of J. Gill Brockenbrough. (Photocopy)
Item 8: Southeastern Virginia Regional Transportation Study, 1973 JanuaryAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet; Annual Transportation Report FY 1973. Prepared by the Virginia Department of Highways and the Southeastern Virginia Planning District Commission in Cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration. Southeastern Virginia 1985 Major Thoroughfare Plan and Recommended Regional Transit System.
Item 9: Subsidized Apartment Complexes in Southeastern Virginia, 1979 OctoberAdd to your cart.
Prepared by Southeastern Virginia Planning District Commission. Donated by Todd Elliott from Tidewater Community College. (Photocopy)
Item 10: Norfolk and Vicinity, Norfolk Area, 2006Add to your cart.
3 sheets from CommunityBook.com. Copyright 2006 DataNational, Incorporated www.mapsetc.com Copyright 2000. Pages 4-5, 6-7, and 8-9.
Item 11: Indexed Street Map of Norfolk, Virginia: Virginia Beach and Surrounding Area, 1964Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; presented by your Multiple Listing Service, Incorporated Member. Copyright 1964 A. Hoen and Company, Incorporated, Baltimore, Maryland.
Item 12: Indexed Street Map of Norfolk, Portsmouth, Chesapeake, and Virginia Beach, 1987Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Copyright Champion Map Corporation, Charlotte, North Carolina, 1985. Revised 1987.
Item 13: Map of Norfolk, North Virginia Beach, Portsmouth, Northeast Chesapeake, 1980Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Distributed by Virginia Periodical Distributors. Copyright Champion Map Corporation. Ron Parton Chief Cartographer. Map includes labels and pin points of Newtown/Baker, Pembroke/Independence, Holland/Independence, Centerville/Kempsville, and Great Bridge.
Item 14: Dolph's Indexed Street Map Norfolk and Portsmouth, VirginiaAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet; map is missing middle, is very fragile, and is in 5 separate pieces. Distributed by Norfolk News Agency. Published and Copyrighted by Dolph Company, Incorporated, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Map 50 cents.
Item 15: Dolph's Map Norfolk, Portsmouth, North East Chesapeake, North Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1972Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; map is very fragile and is in 3 separate pieces. Distributed by Virginia Periodical Distributors. Published and Copyrighted by Dolph Company, Incorporated, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Map 75 cents.
Item 16: Dolph's Map Norfolk, Portsmouth, Chesapeake, North Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1968Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; map is very fragile. Distributed by Norfolk News Agency, Incorporated. Published and Copyrighted by Dolph Company, Incorporated, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Map 75 cents.
Item 17: Dolph's Map Norfolk, Portsmouth, Chesapeake, North Virginia Beach, Virginia, before 1967Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; map is very fragile. Distributed by Norfolk News Agency, Incorporated. Published and Copyrighted by Dolph Company, Incorporated, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Map 75 cents. Received by Norfolk Public Library March 1, 1967.
Item 18: Dolph's Map Norfolk, Portsmouth, Chesapeake, North Virginia Beach, VirginiaAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet. Distributed by Norfolk News Agency, Incorporated. Published and Copyrighted by Dolph Company, Incorporated, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Map 75 cents.
Folder 18: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (South Hampton Roads), 1891-1944, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Norfolk Showing Property and Lines of the Norfolk and Western Railroad and Proposed Belt Line, 1891Add to your cart.
Copyright 1891. Office of the Chief Engineer Roanoke, Virginia, December 31, 1890.
Item 2: Map of Norfolk, Portsmouth, Berkley, and Vicinity, 1900Add to your cart.
Published by Sam W. Bowman, Norfolk, Virginia. Copyrighted 1900 by Sam W. Bowman, Norfolk, Virginia. Division of Surveys, Department of Public Works, Norfolk, Virginia. (Photocopy)
Item 3: Hill Directory Company's 1916 New City Map of Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Vicinity, Virginia, 1916Add to your cart.
Some maps very fragile. Engraved and printed by Interstate Map Company, Map and Guide Publishers, Newark, New Jersey. Copyright 1916 by Interstate Map Company, Newark, New Jersey.
Item 4: The Hill Directory Company New City Map of Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Vicinity, Virginia, 1920Add to your cart.
Engraved and printed by Interstate Map Company, Map and Guide Publishers, Newark, New Jersey. Copyrighted. Photocopy map appears warped toward bottom.
Item 5: The Hill Directory Company New City Map of Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Vicinity, Virginia, 1921Add to your cart.
Engraved and printed by Interstate Map Company, Map and Guide Publishers, Newark, New Jersey. Parts of map are missing. Map is overlaid with typed print for C.A. Nash and Son, Incorporated and other businesses.
Item 6: Map of the Norfolk and Portsmouth Belt Line Rail Road and Connections, 1919 July 1Add to your cart.
Office of Chief Engineer, Norfolk, Virginia. Stamped "Ask the Chamber of Commerce Board of Trade, Norfolk, Virginia".
Item 7: Map of the Norfolk and Portsmouth Belt Line Rail Road and Connections, 1927 September 15Add to your cart.
The Columbia Planograph Company, Washington, District of Columbia.
Item 8: Showing Routes Thru Norfolk, South Norfolk, Portsmouth, 1931Add to your cart.
Copyright 1931 N.P.B. Company. (Photocopy)
Item 9: Transportation Map of Norfolk, 1943 October 15Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Virginia Electric and Power Company. Norfolk Bus and Car Routes. Monte Barrett.
Item 10: Transportation Map of Norfolk, 1944 July 15Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Virginia Electric and Power Company. Norfolk Bus and Car Routes. Monte Barrett.
Folder 19: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (South Hampton Roads), 1938-1987, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Wagner's Complete Map of Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Environs, 1938Add to your cart.
Published by The A.C. Wagner Company. Revised 1938, Copyright 1927 by A.C. Wagner. Globe Lithography Company, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Item 2: Wagner's Complete Map of Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Environs, 1942Add to your cart.
Published by The A.C. Wagner Company. Revised 1942, Copyright 1916 by A.C. Wagner. (Photocopy)
Item 3: Map of Norfolk, Portsmouth, and South Norfolk Showing Bus Lines, 1950sAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet; published by Norfolk Chamber of Commerce and Advertising Board. Map courtesy of Virginia Transit Company.
Item 4: Things You Should Know About Norfolk Including Map and Street Index: Map of Norfolk, Portsmouth, and South Norfolk Showing Bus Lines, 1953Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; published by Norfolk Chamber of Commerce.
Item 5: Map of Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Vicinity, Virginia, 1960 MarchAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet; map is very fragile. Distributed by Norfolk Chamber of Commerce. Copyright Map Corporation of America, Boston, Massachusetts. Mapco.
Item 6: Dolph's Indexed Street Map Norfolk and Portsmouth, Virginia: Map of Norfolk, Portsmouth, and South Norfolk Showing Bus LinesAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet; map is very fragile. Distributed by Norfolk News Agency. Published and Copyrighted by Dolph Company, Incorporated, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Map 50 cents.
Item 7: Dolph's Indexed Street Map of Norfolk, Portsmouth, and South Norfolk, VirginiaAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet; map is very fragile. Distributed by Norfolk News Agency. Published and Copyrighted by Frank B. Dolph Company, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Map 60 cents.
Item 8: The Premier Street Map of Portsmouth and VicinityAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet; map is very fragile and is in 2 separate pieces. Produced under the direction of Alexander Gross, F.R.G.S. Published by Geographia Map Company Incorporated, New York, New York. Copyright by the publishers. Map 50 cents.
Item 9: Good News for Seamen in Norfolk, 1982 or 1987Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; written mostly in Korean. Pamphlet published for International Seamen's House by the American Bible Society. Copyright Korean Bible Society 1967.
Item 10: Commonwealth of Virginia AES Hurricane AwarenessAdd to your cart.
Chesapeake, Norfolk, and Portsmouth. (Photocopy)
Folder 20: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (South Hampton Roads: Norfolk and Portsmouth), 1873-1892, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Norfolk and Portsmouth, Virginia, 1873Add to your cart.
By C.N. Drie. Original at Library of Congress Geography and Map Division, Washington, District of Columbia. One map donated by Donna E. Bluemink on April, 30, 2004, one map presented to SMR by Arlene Singer on April 3, 2013, one map from the collection of Carroll Walker. (Photocopy)
Item 2: Bird's Eye View of Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Berkley, Norfolk County, Virginia, 1891Add to your cart.
Copyrighted, published, and drawn by Augustus Koch. Original at Library of Congress Geography and Map Division, Washington, District of Columbia. From the collection of Carroll Walker. (Photocopy)
Item 3: Panorama of Norfolk, Virginia And Surroundings, 1892Add to your cart.
Copyrighted and published by The American Publishing Company, Hume and Bilisoly Publishing Agents. By H. Wellge, DES. One map from the collection of Carroll Walker, one map donated July 12, 2013 from the Estate of George Higson, Jr., one map compliments of F.L. Grandy. (Photocopy)
Item 4: Map of the City of Norfolk and the Town of PortsmouthAdd to your cart.
2 copies of map make up different pieces of the whole map. From original surveys by J. Keily, Surveyor. Published by Rolin and Keily. Printed by F. Kuhl. Original at Library of Congress Geography and Map Division, Washington, District of Columbia. (Photocopy)
Folder 21: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (South Hampton Roads: Norfolk and Portsmouth), 1861-2009, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Map of the Seat of War Near Fortress Monroe Showing the Defenses Guarding the Approaches to Norfolk and Portsmouth, via Elizabeth RiverAdd to your cart.
W.H. Allen, Serg. Ches. College. Gift of Mr. Minton Talbot. (Photocopy)
Item 2: Map of Norfolk and Vicinity, Exhibiting Plan for Defense of Norfolk and PortsmouthAdd to your cart.
Drawn by... Sketch B. (Photocopy)
Item 3: Plan of the Harbor of Norfolk and Portsmouth, 1861 March 1Add to your cart.
Surveyed and drawn by Charles E. Cassell, Civil Engineer. Forwarded to Governor Letcher with Report and Inventory of Public Property at Norfolk and Portsmouth October 19, 1861. William H. Peters, Commissioner. Original at Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia. (Photocopy)
Item 4: Guide Map of Norfolk and Vicinity, 1907Add to your cart.
The Norfolk Atlas Publishing Company, Norfolk, Virginia. Drawn by L. Whitehurst, Norfolk, Virginia. Copyright 1907 by L. Whitehurst. Tidewater Publishing Company. (Photocopy)
Item 5: Gray's New Map of Portsmouth and Berkley, 1877Add to your cart.
2 sheets. Norfolk County, Virginia. Drawn from Special Surveys. (Photocopy)
Item 6: Directory Map of Norfolk, Portsmouth, Berkley, and Vicinity, 1897Add to your cart.
Copyright and published by J. Hill Printing Company, Richmond, Virginia.
Item 7: Directory Map of Norfolk, Portsmouth, Berkley, and Vicinity, 1906Add to your cart.
"1906 City Directory" written in pencil on one map.
Item 8: Map of Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Vicinity, 1907Add to your cart.
Copyright 1907 by S.F. Day. Rand McNally and Company, Chicago and New York, Engravers.
Item 9: Map of Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Vicinity, 1908Add to your cart.
E. Lee MacFarlane. Copyright 1908 by Hill Directory Company, Norfolk and Richmond, Virginia.
Item 10: Map of Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Vicinity, 1909Add to your cart.
E. Lee MacFarlane. Copyright 1908 by Hill Directory Company, Norfolk and Richmond, Virginia. "From Norfolk City Directory 1909."
Item 11: Map of Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Vicinity, 1912Add to your cart.
E. Lee MacFarlane. Copyright 1908 by Hill Directory Company, Norfolk and Richmond, Virginia. "1912 City Directory."
Item 12: Waterways to Freedom: The Underground Journey from Hampton Roads, 2009Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Norfolk Virginia Convention and Visitors Bureau. Norfolk State University. National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom. Copyright 1996 Forest Stewardship Council. Information compiled and written by Cassandra Newby-Alexander.
Folder 22: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (South Hampton Roads: Princess Anne and Norfolk County), 1781-1962, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Plan of Princess Anne and Norfolk CountiesAdd to your cart.
Map is an incomplete portion of the whole map, 1781.
Item 2: Plan of Princess Anne and Norfolk Counties, 1781Add to your cart.
General Arnold's Map of Princess Anne City, 1781. Photocopy of original map at University of Michigan - Bob Clark. (Photocopy)
Item 3: Plan of Princess Anne and Norfolk CountiesAdd to your cart.
"Typewritten on Virginia State Library Copy of Map. A Map of Princess Anne County, Virginia, prepared during the Revolution by English Army Engineers for the use of said Army while under the command of Benedict Arnold, the Traitor, while he was in command at Portsmouth in 1781."
Item 4: Plan of Princess Anne and Norfolk Counties, 1781Add to your cart.
"See Whichard, Vol. 99, P. 187 for a description of Washington's trip through Dismal Swamp." (Photocopy)
Item 5: Map of South Hampton Roads, circa 1862Add to your cart.
"Believe 1862 map of South East Va., H. Lindenkohl and Charles Krebs." (Photocopy)
Item 6: Map of South Hampton Roads, circa 1862Add to your cart.
"Believe 1862 map of South East Va., H. Lindenkohl and Charles Krebs." Virginia State Library, Swem 965-1862. (Photocopy)
Item 7: Map of Country Between Norfolk and LynnHaven River, Princess Anne County, Virginia, 1881 NovemberAdd to your cart.
2 photocopies create complete map. Issued November 1881. J.E. Hilgard, assistant in charge of Coast and Geodetic Survey. Verified by R.D. Cutts, assistant in charge of office. (Photocopy)
Item 8: Map of Norfolk and Princess Anne Counties, Virginia, 1913Add to your cart.
Copyright 1913 by Rand McNally and Company.
Item 9: Map of Norfolk and Princess Anne Counties, Virginia, and Currituck County in North Carolina, circa 1785Add to your cart.
(Photocopy)
Item 10: Part of the Province of Virginia, circa 1791Add to your cart.
Revolution period: Traced from a map in National Archives, Washington, District of Columbia by J.G. Merrell. (Photocopy)
Item 11: Presenting Your City Map of Norfolk, Virginia and Northern Princess Anne County, before 1962Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Copyright by Western States Publishing Company, Portland, Oregon. Received April 3, 1962.
Folder 23: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk: Colony of Virginia), 1682-1980Add to your cart.
Item 1: Colony of Virginia: Elizabeth River Parish Lower Norfolk County, 1682Add to your cart.
Corrections and extensions to map by Conway Whittle Sams (1865-1935) and by Elizabeth B. Wingo. Norfolk Tricentennial Commission: John R. Sears, Chairman. Prepared by Bureau of Surveys, City of Norfolk after an inquiry by Grover C. Franklin and Lionel P. Brown, delineator. (Photocopy)
Item 2: Colony of Virginia, 1982Add to your cart.
John Ferebee, County Surveyor, 1680-1681. Bureau of Surveys, Norfolk, Virginia. Compiled by Grover Franklin. Drawn by Lionel P. Brown, 1982. (Photocopy)
Item 3: Colony of Virginia, 1982Add to your cart.
John Ferebee, County Surveyor, 1680-1681. Bureau of Surveys, Norfolk, Virginia. Compiled by Grover Franklin. Drawn by Lionel P. Brown, 1982. Colored pencil. (Photocopy)
Item 4: Colony of Virginia by Sir William Berkley, Governor, around 1980Add to your cart.
Original Norfolk 1682. Compiled by Conway Whittle Sams. Compliments of Acme Photo Company. (Photocopy)
Item 5: Colony of Virginia by Sir William Berkley, Governor, 1980Add to your cart.
Original Norfolk 1682. Compiled by Conway Whittle Sams, drawn by David C. Glowacki of Bureau of Surveys, Norfolk, Virginia in 1980. Colored pencil. (Photocopy)
Item 6: Colony of Virginia by Sir William Berkley, Governor, 1980Add to your cart.
Original Norfolk 1682. Compiled by Conway Whittle Sams, drawn by David C. Glowacki of Bureau of Surveys, Norfolk, Virginia in 1980. (Photocopy)
Item 7: Colony of Virginia by Sir William Berkley, Governor, 1959 September 3Add to your cart.
Original Norfolk 1682 with Early Additions Showing Lines of Private Owners and Chains of Titles. Made by Conway Whittle Sams, 1808. Prepared by Ball-Hassell and Association Surveyors and Engineers, Portsmouth, Virginia September 3, 1959. Colored pencil; map is crinkled and taped. (Photocopy)
Item 8: Colony of Virginia by Sir William Berkley, Governor, 1959 September 3Add to your cart.
Original Norfolk 1682 with Early Additions Showing Lines of Private Owners and Chains of Titles. Made by Conway Whittle Sams, 1903. Prepared by Ball-Hassell and Association Surveyors and Engineers, Portsmouth, Virginia September 3, 1959. (Photocopy)
Item 9: Colony of Virginia by Sir William Berkley, Governor, 1959 September 3Add to your cart.
Original Norfolk 1682 with Early Additions Showing Lines of Private Owners and Chains of Titles. Made by Conway Whittle Sams, 1808. Prepared by Ball-Hassell and Association Surveyors and Engineers, Portsmouth, Virginia September 3, 1959. Blueprint copy.
Item 10: Colony of Virginia by Sir William Berkley, Governor, 1903Add to your cart.
Original Norfolk 1682 with Early Additions Showing Lines of Private Owners and Chains of Titles. Made by Conway Whittle Sams, 1903. Blueprints. (Photocopy)
Folder 24: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk: Historical Maps), 1680-1982, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: A Plan of the Site of the Towne of Lower Norfolk County, 1962Add to your cart.
2 pages. From the Rogers Dey Whichard Papers, 1680-1705.
Item 2: Plan of the Original Site of Norfolk Town 1680-1736, 1954 November 26Add to your cart.
Rogers Dey Whichard, November 26, 1954. From Rogers Dey Whichard Papers, 1680-1736.
Item 3: Map of NorfolkAdd to your cart.
Drawn by M.F. Dey. Pasted on Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper from February 24, 1872.
Item 4: Reader’s Guide to the Borough and City of Norfolk, Virginia, 1982Add to your cart.
Map shows Borough and City "before December 31, 1899." Bureau of Surveys, Norfolk, Virginia. Compiled by Grover Franklin and drawn by Lionel P. Brown, 1982. Handwritten annotations and colors added. (Photocopy)
Item 5: Reader’s Guide to the Borough and City of Norfolk, Virginia, 1982Add to your cart.
Map shows Borough and City "before December 31, 1899." Bureau of Surveys, Norfolk, Virginia. Compiled by Grover Franklin and drawn by Lionel P. Brown, 1982. (Photocopy)
Item 6: Illustrated Map of Historic Norfolk, Virginia, 1944Add to your cart.
Copyright D.H. Smith 1944. Compliments of the National Bank of Commerce, Norfolk, Virginia.
Item 7: Illustrated Map of Historic Norfolk, Virginia, 1944Add to your cart.
Copyright D.H. Smith 1944. (Photocopy)
Item 8: Walking Tours of Historic Norfolk, circa 1994Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Norfolk Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Item 9: Original Town of Norfolk, Virginia, 1682, 1972Add to your cart.
Copyright 1972. Alice Granbery Walter. (Photocopy)
Item 10: Borough of Norfolk, 1736, 1972Add to your cart.
Copyright 1972. Alice Granbery Walter. (Photocopy)
Item 11: Borough of Norfolk, 1802, 2005Add to your cart.
Compiled by Joseph C. Mosier, Norfolk County Historical Society, 2005. Based on 1802 plat drawn by George Nicholson. (Photocopy)
Item 12: Survey of the Borough of Norfolk, 1902 October 22Add to your cart.
By George Nicholson, Surveyor of Norfolk County, on October 22, 1802. Photographed from the original by The Butler Blue Print Company, Norfolk, Virginia. Photocopy of map at Norfolk City Hall. Return to Wyatt Hibbs, Architect. Colored pencil. (Photocopy)
Item 13: Survey of the Borough of Norfolk, 1802 October 22Add to your cart.
By George Nicholson, Surveyor of Norfolk County, on October 22, 1802. Photographed from the original by The Butler Blue Print Company, Norfolk, Virginia. (Photocopy)
Item 14: Survey of the Borough of Norfolk, 1802 October 22Add to your cart.
By George Nicholson, Surveyor of Norfolk County, on October 22, 1802. (Photocopy)
Item 15: Survey of the Borough of NorfolkAdd to your cart.
By George Nicholson, Surveyor of Norfolk County, on October 22, 1802. Colored pencil.
Item 16: Camp Greble Near Norfolk, Virginia of the 99th N.Y.S.V., 1862Add to your cart.
Purchased from William Reese Company, New Haven, Connecticut on November 14, 2000. Copy given to the Sargeant Memorial Collection by David Dean Brown of Virginia Beach, Virginia on June 20, 2006. (Photocopy)
Item 17: Civil War Sites in NorfolkAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet; Visit Norfolk. Information compiled and written by Cassandra Newby-Alexander, Peggy Haile McPhillips, and William Troy Valos, 1861-1865.
Item 18: As Norfolk Looked to Mapmakers After the Civil War in 1876, 1941 October 5Add to your cart.
Property of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Ely, Norfolk, Virginia. From the Virginian-Pilot October 5, 1941. Key to map included on 2nd page, along with handwritten annotations on back of sheet. (Photocopy)
Item 19: As Norfolk Looked to Mapmakers After the Civil War in 1876, 1941 October 5Add to your cart.
Property of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Ely, Norfolk, Virginia. From the Virginian-Pilot October 5, 1941.
Item 20: As Norfolk Looked to Mapmakers After the Civil War in 1876, 1941 October 5Add to your cart.
Property of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Ely, Norfolk, Virginia. From the Virginian-Pilot October 5, 1941. (Photocopy)
Folder 25: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk County), 1877-1942Add to your cart.
Item 1: Broad Creek Village, Norfolk County, Virginia, 1942 NovemberAdd to your cart.
Developed by the Federal Public Housing Authority of the National Housing Agency, November 1942. S.M.M., C.B.M. Back of map includes information for and about the community. (Photocopy)
Item 2: Broad Creek Village, Norfolk County, Virginia, 1942 NovemberAdd to your cart.
Developed by the Federal Public Housing Authority of the National Housing Agency. November 1942. S.M.M., C.B.M. (Photocopy)
Item 3: Federal Public Housing Authority Defense Housing Project, Norfolk, Virginia, 1942Add to your cart.
Federal Public Housing Authority. Harland Bartholomew and Associates, Architects - Engineers. D. Lewis. T.C. King Company, Prefabrication, Anniston, Alabama. (Photocopy)
Item 4: Gray's New Map of Norfolk, Norfolk County, Virginia, 1877Add to your cart.
Drawn from Special Surveys. From the collection of Carroll Walker. One map donated by Donna E. Bluemink April 30, 2004. (Photocopy)
Item 5: Gray's New Map of Norfolk, Norfolk County, Virginia, 1877Add to your cart.
Drawn from Special Surveys. Donated by Donna E. Bluemink April 30, 2004. (Photocopy)
Item 6: Gray's New Map of Norfolk, Norfolk County, Virginia, 1877Add to your cart.
T-114. (Photocopy)
Item 7: Gray's New Map of Norfolk, Norfolk County, Virginia, 1877Add to your cart.
Combined Map of Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Berkley. Colored map, 1877. (Photocopy)
Item 8: Plan of the Post at Great Bridge, on the South Branch of the Elizabeth River, Virginia, established February 5, 1781Add to your cart.
James Straton, Royal Engineer, October 1788. Map stamped on back "Virginia State Library February 18, 1946."
Item 9: Plan of the Peter Hancock Land Divided into Two Equal Parts, 1882 September 23Add to your cart.
Norfolk County. Bascom Sykes, Surveyor, September 23, 1882. (Photocopy)
Item 10: Map of Norfolk County, VA, 1887Add to your cart.
Made for and published by authority of Board of Supervisors. Surveyed and drawn by Sykes and Gwathme. (Photocopy)
Item 11: Land Map Norfolk County, Virginia, 1939Add to your cart.
Compiled for the Board of Supervisors under the Auspices of the Works Progress Administration of Virginia. (Photocopy)
Folder 26: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (City Planning Commission, Norfolk, Virginia), 1939-2000Add to your cart.
Item 1: Index for Planimetric and Topographic Maps, 1974 MarchAdd to your cart.
City Planning Commission, Norfolk, Virginia. Aerial Photomapping Project.
Item 2: Norfolk and Vicinity, 1924 MarchAdd to your cart.
City Planning Commission, Norfolk, Virginia. Revised March 1924. Published by Hill Directory Company, Incorporated for Norfolk and Portsmouth City Directory. Trademark Registered Nash Norfolk, 1921.
Item 3: Norfolk and Vicinity, 1939 AprilAdd to your cart.
City Planning Commission, Norfolk, Virginia. Revised April 1939. Handwritten annotations in bottom left includes Number of Volumes, Circulation per Year, Appropriation, and Registration at Norfolk Public Libraries. All figures from Annual Report 1939, March 1921.
Item 4: Map of Portion of the City of Norfolk, 1939 MayAdd to your cart.
Department of Public Works, Norfolk, Virginia. Drawn by Lexy Ford. Lithographed A. Hoen and Company.
Item 5: Norfolk and Vicinity: Western Section, 1951 JanuaryAdd to your cart.
City Planning Commission, Norfolk, Virginia. Revised January 1951. Prepared by Department of Public Works, Division of Surveys, June 1945.
Item 6: Norfolk and Vicinity: Western Section, 1951 JanuaryAdd to your cart.
City Planning Commission, Norfolk, Virginia. Revised January 1951. Prepared by Department of Public Works, Division of Surveys. Shows Proposed Annexation Boundary Line for Virginia Beach, June 1945.
Item 7: Norfolk and Vicinity: Western Section, 1959 JuneAdd to your cart.
City Planning Commission, Norfolk, Virginia. Revised June 1959, June 1945.
Item 8: Norfolk and Vicinity: Western Section, 1959 JuneAdd to your cart.
City Planning Commission, Norfolk, Virginia. Revised June 1959. Lithographed A. Hoen and Company, Incorporated, June 1945.
Item 9: Norfolk and Vicinity: Western Section, 1966 JanuaryAdd to your cart.
City Planning Commission, Norfolk, Virginia. Revised January 1966. Lithographed A. Hoen and Company, Incorporated, June 1945.
Item 10: City of Norfolk, Virginia, 1968Add to your cart.
City Planning Commission, Norfolk, Virginia. Lithoprint Company of New York.
Item 11: City of Norfolk, Virginia, 1973Add to your cart.
City Planning Commission, Norfolk, Virginia. Lithographed A. Hoen and Company.
Item 12: City of Norfolk, Virginia, 1979Add to your cart.
City Planning Commission, Norfolk, Virginia. Lithoprint Company of New York.
Item 13: Planning Districts City of Norfolk, Virginia, 1979Add to your cart.
City Planning Commission, Norfolk, Virginia. Lithoprint Company of New York.
Item 14: Planning Districts City of Norfolk, Virginia, 1993 MayAdd to your cart.
City Planning Commission, Norfolk, Virginia.
Item 15: Planning District Map Norfolk, Virginia, 2000 NovemberAdd to your cart.
City of Norfolk. Map compiled, designed and produced by the Department of Planning. Base data obtained from aerial photography taken in April or May of 1993 with selected revisions. (Photocopy)
Folder 27: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (City Planning Commission, Norfolk, Virginia), 1954-2006, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Census Tract Map, 2002Add to your cart.
The Aerial Book 2002 vol. 1 no. 1. City of Norfolk Department of Development. (Photocopy)
Item 2: Census Tracts City of Norfolk, VirginiaAdd to your cart.
City Planning Commission Norfolk, Virginia. (Photocopy)
Item 3: Census Tracts City of Norfolk, Virginia, circa 1969 MayAdd to your cart.
City Planning Commission Norfolk, Virginia. B 11-68, CT 5-69.
Item 4: Census Tracts City of Norfolk, Virginia, 1991 JanuaryAdd to your cart.
City Planning Commission Norfolk, Virginia.
Item 5: City of Norfolk, Virginia General Registrar/Electoral Board, 1983 July 12Add to your cart.
City Planning Commission Norfolk, Virginia. Electoral Districts and Voting Precincts in the City of Norfolk. (Photocopy)
Item 6: City of Norfolk, Virginia General Registrar/Electoral Board, 1989 MarchAdd to your cart.
City Planning Commission Norfolk, Virginia. Shows Proposed Voting Precinct Boundary Line.
Item 7: Zoning District Map Norfolk, Virginia, 1959 SeptemberAdd to your cart.
City Planning Commission Norfolk, Virginia. Plate II City Plan. Revised September 1959, January 1950.
Item 8: Zoning Map City of Norfolk, Virginia, 1968Add to your cart.
City Planning Commission Norfolk, Virginia. Lithoprint Company of New York.
Item 9: Generalized Land Use Norfolk, Virginia, before 1966Add to your cart.
Department of City Planning, Norfolk, Virginia. Received at Norfolk Public Library June 7, 1966.
Item 10: Inventory of Historic Resources Norfolk, VirginiaAdd to your cart.
City Planning Commission Norfolk, Virginia. Map A.
Item 11: Progressive Annexations City of Norfolk, Virginia, 1954 AugustAdd to your cart.
City Planning Commission, Norfolk, Virginia.
Item 12: Part of Norfolk Map Showing Virginian RailroadAdd to your cart.
City Planning Commission, Norfolk, Virginia. Back of map says "Great Annexation."
Folder 28: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk), 1894-2015, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Norfolk Tidewater Map, 1981Add to your cart.
Tourist map. City character print produced and published by Archar Incorporated, Toronto, Canada. Copyright 1981. Printed in United States.
Item 2: Cartoon Depiction of Norfolk, Virginia, 1970-1980Add to your cart.
Oliver Smith and Cooke Limited, Architects - Planners, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Item 3: Norfolk, Virginia Map, 1920Add to your cart.
From Automobile Blue Book Publishing, vol. 3. Digital image at University of Texas, Austin. Perry-Castaneda Library, Map Collection. (Photocopy)
Item 4: Key Map: Redevelopment Project 1, 1951 August 20Add to your cart.
Plan for Redevelopment Project I: Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority. Harrison, Ballard and Allen.
Item 5: Map of the City of NorfolkAdd to your cart.
Missing top left corner. Showing the Principal Business and Residential Districts.
Item 6: Map of the City of Norfolk and Vicinity, 1894Add to your cart.
Compiled in the office of the City Engineer to accompany the codification of City Ordinances. Sam W. Bowman, Lithographer, Norfolk, Virginia.
Item 7: Map of Norfolk, Virginia and Miscellaneous Information for Visitors and New Residents, 1941Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; 3rd Edition. Made for the Norfolk Advertising Board by John T. Legault. Copyright 1939 by Norfolk Advertising Board. Published by Norfolk Advertising Board through the cooperation of the Business Firms listed herein.
Item 8: Map of Sections of Norfolk, Virginia and Miscellaneous Information for Visitors and New Residents, 1942Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; 6th Edition. Published by Norfolk Advertising Board through the cooperation of the business firms listed herein. Printed in United States. Copyright by Norfolk Advertising Board, 1942.
Item 9: Map of Sections of Norfolk, Virginia and Miscellaneous Information for Visitors and New Residents, 1946Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; 10th Edition. Published by Norfolk Advertising Board through the cooperation of the business firms listed herein. Printed in United States. Copyright by Norfolk Advertising Board, 1942.
Item 10: Map of Sections of Norfolk, Virginia and Miscellaneous Information for Visitors and New Residents, 1948Add to your cart.
Pamphlet. Published by Norfolk Advertising Board through the cooperation of the business firms listed herein. Printed in United States. Copyright by Norfolk Advertising Board, 1942.
Item 11: Map of Sections of Norfolk, Virginia and Miscellaneous Information for Visitors and New Residents, 1949Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Published by Norfolk Advertising Board through the cooperation of the business firms listed herein. Printed in United States. Copyright by Norfolk Advertising Board, 1942.
Item 12: Map of Sections of Norfolk, Virginia and Miscellaneous Information for Visitors and New Residents, 1950Add to your cart.
Pamphlet. Published by Norfolk Advertising Board through the cooperation of the business firms listed herein. Printed in United States. Copyright by Norfolk Advertising Board, 1942.
Item 13: Norfolk, Virginia Street Map, 2007Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; City of Norfolk Division of Parking. Copyright 2007 The Map Group, Incorporated, 2007-2008.
Item 14: Norfolk, Virginia, 2015Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Copyright 2015 Target Marketing, LLC.
Item 15: Perspective of a Portion of Norfolk, Virginia, and VicinityAdd to your cart.
Morrie Company, Norfolk, Virginia. Photolithograph by A. Hoen and Company Richmond, Virginia.
Folder 29: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk), 1813-1986, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Norfolk By the Sea Virginia, 1983Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; City of Norfolk Convention and Visitors Bureau. Printed in United States.
Item 2: The Premier Map of Norfolk and VicinityAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet; Produced under the direction of Alexander Gross F.R.G.S. Copyright by the publisher. Geographia Map Company Incorporated, New York, New York. One side of map includes Norfolk, Portsmouth, and South Norfolk with Street Indexed, other side of map includes Highways Map of the United States along with Points of Interest in Norfolk.
Item 3: Map of Norfolk, Virginia, 1986Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Z104 Hot Hits. Copyright 1986 Mass Marketing Incorporated, Merchant Maps Division, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Item 4: Presenting Your City Map of Norfolk, VirginiaAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet; Copyright by Western States Publishing Company, Portland, Oregon.
Item 5: Map of the Country Contiguous to Norfolk, circa 1813Add to your cart.
Taken by actual Survey under the direction of Brigadier General Robert B. Taylor. (Photocopy)
Item 6: Norfolk, Virginia, 1889 January 1Add to your cart.
Norfolk City Railroad. Suburban and City Railway and Improvement Company. (Photocopy)
Item 7: Plan Proposed Re-Routing Street Railway Service Norfolk, VA, 1915 DecemberAdd to your cart.
Office City Engineer, Chairman of Committee. (Photocopy)
Item 8: Map of Hampton Roads and Vicinity Showing Location of Jamestown Exposition 1907, 1907Add to your cart.
Copyright 1906 by the J.N. Matthews Company, Buffalo, New York. The Matthews-Northrup Works, Buffalo, New York. (Photocopy)
Item 9: Map Jamestown Exposition Grounds Showing Location of the Principal Buildings and Streets, 1907Add to your cart.
Copyright 1907 by William H. Lee. (Photocopy)
Item 10: Jamestown Exposition 1907 Plan of Exposition Grounds and Buildings, 1907Add to your cart.
Copyright 1907 by the J.N. Matthews Company, Buffalo, New York. (Photocopy)
Item 11: Plan of Jamestown Exposition on Hampton Roads, Virginia, 1907Add to your cart.
Opens April 26, 1907 ~ Closes November 30, 1907. Principal Offices Norfolk, Virginia. (Photocopy)
Item 12: Naval Review Jamestown Exposition, 1907 April 26Add to your cart.
United States Hydrographic Office, Department of the Navy, Washington, District of Columbia. Gr. Noetzel, Chief Lithographer. (Photocopy)
Item 13: A Progressive Map: Jamestown Exposition On Hampton Roads Virginia Plan of Exposition Grounds and Buildings, 1907 February 1Add to your cart.
Made by D.C. Miller and H.H. Pastrana, Department of Works.
Item 14: Jamestown Exposition On Hampton Roads Virginia Plan of Exposition Grounds and Buildings, 1907Add to your cart.
Made by D.C. Miller and H.H. Pastrana, Department of Works. Tidewater Publishing Company, Print, Norfolk, Virginia. Copyrighted 1907 by Jamestown Exposition Company. (Photocopy)
Folder 30: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk Cadastral Maps and Plats: Neighborhoods), 1906-1969, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Map Showing Algonquin Park Corporations Property in Norfolk County, Virginia, circa 1910Add to your cart.
On the North Branch of Elizabeth, formerly Tanners Creek. The Matthews-Northrup Works, Buffalo, New York.
Item 2: Plan of Atlantic City, 1965 MarchAdd to your cart.
M.B.18 P.47 Norfolk County. Checked in Clerks Office February 4, 1954 by Sobczyk. Recorded March 15, 1965 M.B. 21 Pg. [8]7. Subdivision of Property of Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority, Norfolk, Virginia. Baldwin and Gregg, Civil Engineers and Surveyors Norfolk, Virginia. Checked in Clerks Office by Mills, November 26, 1965. (Photocopy)
Item 3: Ballentine Place Suburb of Norfolk, Virginia, 1910 AugustAdd to your cart.
Property of Ballentine Realty Corporation Norfolk, Virginia. L. Whitehurst Civil Engineer Norfolk. (Photocopy)
Item 4: Princess Anne Turnpike to Broad Creek Turnpike MapAdd to your cart.
Torn at edges, burn marks. Shows Princess Anne Turnpike, Charles Street, Williams Street, Broad Creek Turnpike, Reservoir Street, Marshall Avenue, and Park Avenue.
Item 5: Chesapeake Park MapAdd to your cart.
Chesapeake Park, Property of Lynnhaven Realty Corporation, Norfolk, Virginia. Morrie Company, Norfolk, Virginia. Map shows Chesapeake Park in relation to Norfolk and Virginia Beach area. Donation in July 2013. From estate of George Higson, Jr.
Item 6: Colonial Place Norfolk, Virginia Map, 1919 February 14Add to your cart.
J.M. Baldwin, Civil Engineer, C.R. McIntire, Delineator. Revised February 14, 1919. Approved W.H. Taylor, Jr., City Engineer and Director Public Works. Verified W.L. Preun, Jr. May 6, 1919. Traced, Guaranty Title and Trust Corporation per R.D.W. Recorded, Map Book 4 Page 36. (Photocopy)
Item 7: East Ghent: North Redevelopment Plan VA A-I-2, 1969 SeptemberAdd to your cart.
Proposed Land Use Plan, Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority.
Item 8: West Ghent Boulevard Company, Incorporated Map, 1914 NovemberAdd to your cart.
Drawn by Morrie Company, Norfolk, Virginia. J.M. Baldwin, City Engineer, Norfolk, Virginia.
Item 9: Lafayette Residence Park Company Map, Norfolk, VirginiaAdd to your cart.
Sheet 3508. Morrie Company, Norfolk, Virginia. Photolithograph by A. Hoen and Company, Richmond, Virginia.
Item 10: Amended Plat of Larchmont, "Norfolk's Only High Class Suburb", 1909 June 15Add to your cart.
From the Collection of Carroll Walker. Property of Larchmont Realty Corporation, Norfolk, Virginia. Benson and Drummond, Consulting Engineers.
Item 11: "Larchmont" Map of Norfolk, Virginia, 1906 November 1Add to your cart.
Property of Larchmont Realty Corporation. Ferd Haenselmann, Civil Engineer, Norfolk, Virginia. Bellamy, Hough and Hardy, Incorporated, General Agents, Norfolk, Virginia.
Item 12: Liberty Park and Vicinity Map, 1969 JanuaryAdd to your cart.
Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority. Area proposed for residential development. (Photocopy)
Item 13: Sketch of Lots 15 to 24 including Block 3 Lochhaven, Norfolk, Virginia, 1910 July 21Add to your cart.
Arthur C. Freeman, Civil Engineer, Norfolk, Virginia.
Item 14: Lochhaven, A Suburb of Norfolk, Virginia, 1914 AprilAdd to your cart.
Property of the American Boulevard Corporation. Albert D. Taylor, Landscape Architect, Cleveland, Ohio. From map made by Arthur C. Freeman Civil Engineer, Norfolk, Virginia. Approved for issue by A.D. Taylor.
Folder 31: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk Cadastral Maps and Plats: Neighborhoods), 1861-1973, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Ocean View Annex Company, Incorporated Norfolk, Virginia Map, Before 1923Add to your cart.
Survey by C.F. Petrie, Civil Engineer, Norfolk, Virginia. Drawing by Morrie Company.
Item 2: Ocean View Avenue MapAdd to your cart.
Property retained by Virginia Transit Company. Shows library, Duffys Lane, A View Avenue, Granby Street, and Selby Place. Keimling Plan.
Item 3: Riverfront Map, 1911 SeptemberAdd to your cart.
Copyright by Charles A. Morrisette. Morrie Company, Pictorial Lithographic Maps, Norfolk, Virginia. Riverfront Property of Riverfront Realty Corporation, Norfolk, Virginia.
Item 4: Aerial Reconnaissance, Sewell's Point, Virginia, 1861 August 10Add to your cart.
Aerial reconnaissance was first used by the United States Army in 1861. The above is a reproduction of one of the earliest aerial reconnaissance reports. The original is in the Old Records Section of the A.G.O. From the collection of Carroll Walker. (Photocopy)
Item 5: Map of Part of Talbot Park Known as Oak Grove Point and Oak Grove Point Annex, Norfolk, Virginia, 1936 JanuaryAdd to your cart.
John M. Baldwin, Civil Engineer, Norfolk, Virginia. Taylor and Wagner General Agents, Norfolk, Virginia.
Item 6: Subdivision of Site 8, Block 1, Map of Part of Talbot Park Known as Oak Grove Point and Oak Grove Point Annex, Norfolk, Virginia, 1973 AugustAdd to your cart.
Wilfred P. Large and Associates, Surveyors and Engineers, Norfolk, Virginia. F.B.208.Pg.4.
Item 7: Map of the Point View Land Corporation Willowby Spit, Norfolk County, Virginia, 1923 March 9Add to your cart.
Traced by C.P. Machen. Note: This is a composite plat and not the plat of Point View Land Corporation as recorded. See O.V.3 Sheet 1 of 3 for Point View Land Corporation as recorded in Map Book 10 Pg. 21 Norfolk County. October 2, 1953, L.S.R. (Photocopy)
Folder 32: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk Cadastral Maps and Plats: Neighborhoods), 1816-1998, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Plan of Part of the Borough of NorfolkAdd to your cart.
Taken from an Original made by Gershom Nimmo in 1762. By Andrew Kidd, S.N.B.
Item 2: Map Recorded in Borough Court Order Book 21 page 192, after 1816 FebruaryAdd to your cart.
Surveyed and divided this lot between the Representatives of John G. Marsden, deceased February 1816 Pursuant to instructions received from Robert Brough, William Sharp, and George W. Camp, Gents Commissioners appointed by the Court of Norfolk Borough. Andrew Kidd, Surveyor Borough. One copy is a blueprint. (Photocopy)
Item 3: William E. Taylor Camp Property, 1874 DecemberAdd to your cart.
M.B. 2 Pg. 4 Norfolk County. M.B.I P.90 Norfolk County. Traced by T.C. Wood. Checked by F. Farrell, Jr. Shows Fort Norfolk area near Atlantic City, Norfolk, Virginia. (Photocopy)
Item 4: Plat by John Ridley Filed with the Commisioners Report on August 5, 1837 in the Suit of Colley v. Benn, 1933 JulyAdd to your cart.
Taken from two old surveys, the one by Jesse Nicholson and the other by Charles Conner. Norfolk, Virginia, July 24, 1837 John Ridley, S.N.B. This tracing of a blue print of C.E. Jenkin's Plat, by Department of Public Works in July 1933. This plat is recorded in Norfolk County in Deed Book 89 Page 603. August 5, 1837. (Photocopy)
Item 5: Berkley, 1893 April 5Add to your cart.
From The Norfolk-Virginian Newspaper April 5, 1893, p.2. Robert B. Hitchings, October 30, 2007. (Photocopy)
Item 6: Plat of A.I.W. and D. Co's Property, 1871 December 12Add to your cart.
G.T. Gwathney. Traced by T.C. Wood. Checked by L. Ford, Jr., December 12, 1871. (Photocopy)
Item 7: Norfolk Interchange Downtown Norfolk, before 1981Add to your cart.
Received Thursday, September 17, 1981. Digitized 2008 CSH/DGB. (Photocopy)
Item 8: Neighborhood 1895 Norfolk, VirginiaAdd to your cart.
"This is my recollection of where I lived when a boy. -William Couper" Shows Freemason Street, College Place, Granby Street, Boush Street, Duke Street, etc.
Item 9: Downtown Norfolk Map, 1970Add to your cart.
Shows City Hall Avenue, College Place, Freemason Street, Charlotte Street, Monticello Avenue, Granby Street, Boush Street, etc. (Photocopy)
Item 10: Norfolk Downtown Area MapAdd to your cart.
Compliments of Navy Y.M.C.A.
Item 11: Guide to Downtown Norfolk, 1998-1999, 1998Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Downtown District Association.
Item 12: Retail Business Section of Norfolk, Virginia, 1929Add to your cart.
4 pages. Morrie Company, Norfolk, Virginia. D.H. Goodman, Incorporated Realtors. (Photocopy)
Item 13: Physical Survey For W.R. Jones Estate, 1901 JuneAdd to your cart.
Office City Engineer. A copy with additional lines. W.E. Rew. Map shows City Hall Avenue, Bank Street, and Brewer Street.
Item 14: Disposition Plat Downtown Redevelopment Project, 1958 May 6Add to your cart.
Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority. Charles K. Agle, Consultant.
Item 15: Property Map Downtown Redevelopment Project, 1958 MayAdd to your cart.
Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority. Charles K. Agle, Consultant.
Item 16: Project Area Plan Downtown Redevelopment Project, 1958 MayAdd to your cart.
Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority. Charles K. Agle, Consultant.
Item 17: Map Showing Parcels Near Lafayette River, Hampton Boulevard, North Shore Road, and Glenclove Place, 1931 June 9Add to your cart.
Map drawn by former City Manager Thomas Thompson.
Item 18: Map Showing Parcels of Glenclove, 1932 March 18Add to your cart.
Map shows 92 plats surrounded by Hampton Boulevard, North Shore Road, and Maury Arch.
Item 19: Subdivision of "Glengariff" Section Two, Norfolk, Virginia, 1959 MarchAdd to your cart.
Recorded May 26, 1959. Frank D. Tarrell, Jr. and Associates, Surveyors and Engineers, Norfolk, Virginia, Virginia Beach, Virginia, Princess Anne Courthouse, Virginia. (Photocopy)
Item 20: Subdivision of Lots 15 and 16, Blk. "A"-Sec. One Glengariff, Norfolk, Virginia, 1961 JuneAdd to your cart.
Frank D. Tarrell, Jr. and Associates, Surveyors and Engineers, Princess Anne County, Virginia. (Photocopy)
Item 21: M.B.20 P.99 Subdivision of Parcel "A" Glengariff Section One, Norfolk, Virginia, 1964 AprilAdd to your cart.
Wilfred P. Large, Certified Land Surveyor, Norfolk, Virginia. (Photocopy)
Item 22: M.B.21 Pg.61 Amended Subdivision of Parcel "A" Glengariff Section One, Norfolk, Virginia, 1964 JuneAdd to your cart.
Wilfred P. Large, Certified Land Surveyor, Norfolk, Virginia. (Photocopy)
Item 23: Plat Showing Route Indian Poll Bridge Road Within Limits Norfolk City, Plat Showing Campostella Bridge and Approach Within Limits Norfolk City, 1915 AugustAdd to your cart.
From the Collection of Carroll Walker. Note: The Indian Poll Bridge Road starts at the intersection of LaVallette Avenue and Granby Street and extends Northward to Tanners Creek a distance of 2100 feet and has a width of 48 feet between points "A" and "B." W.H. Taylor Jr., City Engineer.
Folder 33: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk Cadastral Maps and Plats: Neighborhoods), 1873-2001, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Lakewood Map, 1925 AugustAdd to your cart.
Property of Coburn Hardy Realty Corporation, Norfolk, Virginia. Approved by W.H. Taylor, Director of Public Works. (Photocopy)
Item 2: Revised Plat of Lambert's Point Investment Company, Lambert's Point, Norfolk, Virginia, 1898Add to your cart.
Ferdinand Haenselman, Civil Engineer, Norfolk, Virginia.
Item 3: Lochhaven Property of American Boulevard Corporation, 1910 July 16Add to your cart.
Arthur C. Freeman, Civil Engineer. M.B.10 P.47, 49, and 51, Norfolk County. Traced from Original April 4, 1918. Traced by T.C. Wood. Checked by Frank Farrell, Jr., November 1931. (Photocopy)
Item 4: Plat of Vue de L'eau Prize Lots, 1873 JulyAdd to your cart.
Made by John F. Dezendorf. Copied by H.W. Lamb.
Item 5: Plat of Vue de L'eauAdd to your cart.
Made by John F. Dezendorf. Copied by H.W. Lamb.
Item 6: Plan of Proposed Site West-Side Park, Plan of Newton Creek Improvement for East-Side Park, 1890 MarchAdd to your cart.
Chamber of Commerce. City Engineering Office.
Item 7: Oakleaf Park: Lanham Act Defense Housing Project, 1941 June 9Add to your cart.
VA-44074. Vernon A. Moore, Architect, Norfolk, Virginia. Pierre Ghent and Associates - Site Engineers - Landscape Architects.
Item 8: Old Dominion University Parking and Transportation Services, 2001Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Campus map 2001-2002.
Item 9: Visitor's Guide Campus Map Old Dominion UniversityAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet.
Item 10: Tidewater Drive Maps, 1957 MarchAdd to your cart.
5 maps. Division of Surveys, Department of Public Works, Norfolk, Virginia. Approved by City Planning Engineer, Engineer of Surveys, and Director of Public Works.
Item 11: Plat Showing Property Conveyed to Florence K. Sloane by the American Boulevard Corporation, Norfolk, Virginia, 1908 February 27Add to your cart.
Robert Anderson Pope, Landscape Architect, Norfolk, Virginia. M.B.8, P.9-11 Norfolk County. Traced by Parlett February 19, 1926. (Photocopy)
Item 12: Map of the City of Norfolk and VicinityAdd to your cart.
Very faded, shows plats of land with numbers.
Folder 34: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk Cadastral Maps and Plats: Series), 1884-1900Add to your cart.
Item 1: Map of Lindenwood Norfolk County, Virginia, 1884 March 17Add to your cart.
2 pages. Survey by W.W. Gwathmey, Jr. Map Book 2 Page 14-15. (Photocopy)
Item 2: Riverside Property of the Riverside Residence Company, Incorporated Norfolk, Virginia, 1906Add to your cart.
Map Book 2 or 7. Page 20. (Photocopy)
Item 3: Lochhaven: A Suburb of Norfolk, Virginia, 1910 JulyAdd to your cart.
3 pages. Property of the American Boulevard Corporation. Arthur C. Freeman, Civil Engineer, Norfolk, Virginia. Map Book 10, Pages 47, 49, and 52. (Photocopy)
Item 4: Insurance Map From Freemason Street and Botetourt Street to Bousch Street, 1889Add to your cart.
Handwritten annotations.
Item 5: Insurance Map from Freemason Street and Botetourt Street to Bousch Street and Bute Street, 1900Add to your cart.
Item 6: Atlas of the City of Norfolk, Virginia and Vicinity Including The City of Portsmouth, 1889Add to your cart.
10 pages. From Official Records, Private Plans and Actual Surveys. Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1889 by G.M. Hopkins, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington. Published by G.M. Hopkins, Civil Engineer. Engraved by Walter S. MacCormac, Philadelphia. Index Map, Plates 1-8.
Folder 35: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk Cadastral Maps and Plats: Series), 1889, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Atlas of the City of Norfolk, Virginia and Vicinity Including The City of Portsmouth, 1889Add to your cart.
9 pages. From Official Records, Private Plans and Actual Surveys. Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1889 by G.M. Hopkins, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington. Published by G.M. Hopkins, Civil Engineer. Engraved by Walter S. MacCormac, Philadelphia. Plates 9-12, 14, 16, 17. Note: At least one map said "Atlas 1900" handwritten in ink. (Photocopy)
Item 2: Cadastral Map of Mason's Creek AreaAdd to your cart.
This belonged to former Norfolk City Manager Thomas Thompson. Plate 49. (Photocopy)
Item 3: Cadastral Map of Colonial Avenue, De Bree Avenue, Botetourt Gardens, and Princess Anne RoadAdd to your cart.
Plate 618. Donated by Shirley W. Brendle. (Photocopy)
Item 4: Cadastral Maps of Downtown Norfolk AreaAdd to your cart.
7 pages. Plates 628-631, 637, 759, and 768. (Photocopy)
Folder 36: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk Technical Drawings), 1694-1982, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Nurses Home: Norfolk Protestant HospitalAdd to your cart.
John Kevan Deedles, Finlay F. Ferguson, Architects. Shows first, second, and third floors. In package to Mrs. Grant Meade, Norfolk, Virginia.
Item 2: Fort Norfolk Engineering DrawingAdd to your cart.
United States Engineer Department. The National Archives, Washington, District of Columbia. Drawer 60 Sheet 1. Shows magazine and barrack. (Photocopy)
Item 3: Reconnoitring of Chesapeake Bay: Fort NorfolkAdd to your cart.
United States Engineer Department. (Photocopy)
Item 4: Plat of Ground Upon a Part of Which Stands Fort Norfolk, Virginia, 1816 November 10Add to your cart.
Unites States Engineer Department, Topographical Bureau. Includes plat with explanation. Other pages are documents, including mention of the indenture of Edward Pool and his wife Sarah. (Photocopy)
Item 5: United States Navy Yard, Norfolk, Virginia, 1869 OctoberAdd to your cart.
As submitted by the Naval Board on Yard and Docks.
Item 6: MacArthur Memorial Plans, 1961 June 5Add to your cart.
William and Geoffrey Plat, New York, New York. Finlay F. Ferguson, Jr., Norfolk, Virginia, Associated Architects. Received August 4, 1961, William and Geoffrey Platt. (Photocopy)
Item 7: CS Ironclad Virginia, 1937Add to your cart.
Copyright 1937. The Mariners Museum. Figure 15. (Photocopy)
Item 8: USS Monitor Lines and Deck Arrangement - O.B. Profile and Sections, 1934 April 2Add to your cart.
Copyrighted 1936, Mariners' Museum. Plate Figure 9 and 10. Drawn by S.B.B. (Photocopy)
Item 9: Water Supply and Fire Protection, Coal Piers, Sewells Point, Virginia, 1951 November 19Add to your cart.
Blueprint; Schematic hookup of fire protection and water supply. The Virginian Railway Company, Office of Chief Engineer, Norfolk, Virginia. Drawn and traced G.S. Sheet 1 of 8.
Item 10: Norfolk Municipal Building, 1937 SeptemberAdd to your cart.
Department of Public Works, Norfolk, Virginia. 2523.
Item 11: Composite Medical Center Plan and Adjacent Area, 1987 November 25Add to your cart.
MMM Design Group, A Professional Corporation, Architects, Engineers, Planners. Revised November 25, 1987. October 30, 1987. (Photocopy)
Item 12: Lower Norfolk County Court House 1694-1776 and Borough Hall 1776-1799, Town Hall 1799, The City Hall 1850-1918 and Court House 1850-1965, and Norfolk, Virginia Civic Center 1965, 1982Add to your cart.
One copy is colored. The Norfolk Tricentennial 1682-1982. Town 1862, Borough 1736, City 1845. Louis S. Hudgins, City Clerk. Lionel P. Brown, Delineator, Bureau of Surveys, Norfolk, Virginia. (Photocopy)
Folder 37: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Portsmouth), 1779-1976, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: The Rebel Fort Near Portsmouth, before 1779 MayAdd to your cart.
From the Clinton Collection, University of Michigan. Number 282. Map shows the area around the east and south branches of the Elizabeth River. (Photocopy)
Item 2: Plan de Portsmouth en Virginie, 1781Add to your cart.
French. Library of Congress Geography and Map Division, Washington, District of Columbia G3884.P8S3 1781 .P5. Map shows the area West of the south branch of the Elizabeth River. (Photocopy)
Item 3: Plans of the Works of Portsmouth in Virginia, 1975Add to your cart.
As fortified by the British prior to their departure for Yorktown. Based on illustration by Malcolm McGregor for Uniforms of the American Revolution in Color by John Mollo. Copyright Blandford Press Limited 1975. Drawn by Steven P. Stephenson. Office of Planning Drawing. Adapted by permission of MacMillan Publishing Company, Incorporated William A. Brown - Advisor. Shows Portsmouth prior to the British departure for Yorktown, 1781. (Photocopy)
Item 4: Plan of the Post of Portsmouth as it is Occupied By His Majesty's Forces Under the Command of Major General Phillips, 1781 April 1Add to your cart.
Shewing, in yellow, the Works proposed, in addition to those already constructed by order of Brigadier General Arnold. William Fryers, Lieutenant and Sub Engineer. Shows the Town of Portsmouth. (Photocopy)
Item 5: Plan des Ouvrages de Portsmouth en Virginie, 1781Add to your cart.
Library of Congress Map Division. G3884.P8S3 1781 .P52. (Photocopy)
Item 6: Virginie… Portsmouth… Environs, 1781 July 23 to 1781 July 30Add to your cart.
From the Paul Mellon Collection. By Lieutenant Colonel Henri Crublier d'Opterre of French Army Engineers. Shows the Town of Portsmouth and the surrounding area. (Photocopy)
Item 7: Ville and Portsmouth en Virginie Telle, 1780-1781Add to your cart.
From the Paul Mellon Collection. By Lieutenant Colonel Henri Crublier d'Opterre, Royal Engineers, French Army. Shows the fortifications of the Town of Portsmouth. (Photocopy)
Item 8: Plan of Portsmouth on Elizabeth River, 1781 January 21Add to your cart.
From an exact survey, made the 21st of January 1781. By James Stratton, Second Lieutenant of Engineers. Made for General Benedict Arnold. Plans for the fortification of Portsmouth, and the deployment of British troops. (Photocopy)
Item 9: A Plan of Portsmouth Harbour in the Province of Virginia, 1782Add to your cart.
Shewing the works erected by the British Forces for its defense, 1781. Copied from the original of Lieutenant Stratton, Engineer. Shows all British fortifications in Norfolk and Portsmouth, 1782. (Photocopy)
Item 10: Gray's Map of Portsmouth, Virginia, 1877Add to your cart.
Drawn from Special Surveys.
Item 11: Plan de Portsmouth en VirginieAdd to your cart.
Library of Congress Map Division. Shows the primary roads and waterways to Portsmouth. circa 1781.
Item 12: Historic Sites: City of Portsmouth, circa 1976Add to your cart.
Office of City Planning, City Bicentennial Commission. K.L. Wyatt - C.G. Kinnison.
Folder 38: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Portsmouth), 1799-1976, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Map of the Town of Portsmouth, 1851Add to your cart.
Rolin and Kelly. Library of Congress Map Division, November 25, 1913. Shows the street plan for the Town of Portsmouth. (Photocopy)
Item 2: Plan of Navy Yard at Gosport, Virginia, 1976Add to your cart.
Showing the condition of its improvements. Captain Charles H. Bell, Commandant. Presented to the Naval Library and Institute Navy Yard, Charlestown, Massachusetts. Surveyed and drawn under direction of C. Brown, Civil Engineer. By C.E. Cassels. Copied by J.G. Merrell, 1976. Shows the plans for the Gosport ship yards, June 30, 1859.
Item 3: Plan of the Portsmouth Land, Improvement, and Promotion Company, Park View, Portsmouth, Virginia, 1892 June 2Add to your cart.
Simpson and Hargroves, Engineers.
Item 4: Portsmouth, Virginia: 121 Additional Sheet, 1925 JuneAdd to your cart.
The Southgate Terminals Portsmouth Division. The Sanborn Company.
Item 5: 1823 Map of Portsmouth, Virginia, 1980 MarchAdd to your cart.
Showing approximate location of houses in 1823. By Goode Downing October 1976. Revised March 1980. As described from the pen of J.A. Foreman written 1890. Published 1914: Portsmouth Star. Traced by J. Whitney Palmer, James L. Williams, Jr. Made by Goode Downing, was revised in March 1980.
Item 6: Naval Shipyard Guided Bus Tour, 1957 May 5Add to your cart.
Two pieces of paper taped together. From the Virginian Pilot. (Photocopy)
Item 7: Illustrative Site Plan Olde Towne Conservation Project, circa 1949Add to your cart.
Portsmouth Redevelopment and Housing Authority, Portsmouth, Virginia. Prepared by Harland Bartholomew And Associates, City Planners, Urban Renewal Consultants, Landscape Architects, Richmond, Virginia and Atlanta, Georgia. Project: VA R-49.
Item 8: Vicinity of Portsmouth, Plates 13-15Add to your cart.
Item 9: United States Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, Virginia, 1799 July 8Add to your cart.
Traced from original plat on parchment made by Jesse Nicholson, Civil Engineer July 8th 1799. Now on file in Bureau of Yards and Decks, Washington, District of Columbia. Presented to Norfolk Chapter of Sons of the American Revolution by Captain Richard C. Holcomb, Medical Corps, United States Navy. (Photocopy)
Item 10: United States Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, VirginiaAdd to your cart.
Traced from original plat on parchment made by Jesse Nicholson, Civil Engineer July 8th 1799. Now on file in the Bureau of Yards and Decks, Washington, District of Columbia.
Folder 39: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Chesapeake), 1948-1982Add to your cart.
Item 1: Physical Survey for William P. Butt, 1948 AugustAdd to your cart.
Frank D. Tarrall, Jr. and Associates, Surveyors and Engineers. Bearings predicated on information contained on Plat number 1 of Queshawskey, recorded 5 May 1897. Shows plans for rural development.
Item 2: City of Chesapeake, Virginia, 1968 JulyAdd to your cart.
Copyright Messenger Printing Company. Compliments of Chesapeake, Virginia Chamber of Commerce. Shows primary and secondary roads, and major waterways.
Item 3: Proposed Highway Development Routes 13, 460, 58, 191, and 17A (Bowers Hill Interchange) City of Chesapeake, 1975 May 21Add to your cart.
Federal Project M-5403 (7). Project 6013-131-102, C-501. Virginia Department of Highways and Transportation map. Ledger Star May 21, 1975. Digitized 2008 CSH/DGB. Shows the proposed Bowers Hill Interchange.
Item 4: Russ Berrie Site, Chesapeake, 1982Add to your cart.
Shows major landmarks around the site including Interstate 64, Battlefield Boulevard, and Tintern Street. Digitized 2008 CSH/DGB.
Item 5: City of Chesapeake, Virginia, 1966 March 29Add to your cart.
Prepared by the Chesapeake City Planning Department. Shows Federal and City property as well as waterways and roadways.
Item 6: City of Chesapeake, Virginia, 1967 MayAdd to your cart.
Prepared by the Department of City Planning. Shows Federal and City property as well as waterways and roadways.
Item 7: Chesapeake, Virginia, 1974 November 1Add to your cart.
Prepared by Department of Planning. Map shows city property, government property, schools, fire stations police precincts, and libraries.
Folder 40: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Virginia Beach), 1959-1974, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Princess Anne County, Virginia, 1959 JanuaryAdd to your cart.
Prepared by the County Planning Commission. (Photocopy)
Item 2: Princess Anne County, Virginia, 1959 MarchAdd to your cart.
Prepared by the County Planning Commission.
Item 3: City of Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1963 JanuaryAdd to your cart.
Preliminary; Prepared by City Planning Commission. Compliments of the Clerk of the Circuit Court for the City of Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Item 4: City of Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1963 JanuaryAdd to your cart.
Shows primary, secondary roads, and public schools.
Item 5: Street And Vicinity Guide, City of Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1965 JanuaryAdd to your cart.
City Planning Commission. Prepared by Air Survey Corporation. Sheet 1.
Item 6: Street And Vicinity Guide, City of Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1965 JanuaryAdd to your cart.
City Planning Commission. Prepared by Air Survey Corporation. Sheet 2.
Item 7: Street And Vicinity Guide, City of Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1965 JanuaryAdd to your cart.
City Planning Commission. Prepared by Air Survey Corporation. Sheet 3.
Item 8: Street And Vicinity Guide, City of Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1965 JanuaryAdd to your cart.
City Planning Commission. Prepared by Air Survey Corporation. Sheet 4.
Item 9: Street And Vicinity Guide City of Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1974 DecemberAdd to your cart.
Revised December 1974 by City Planning Department, City of Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Item 10: Street And Vicinity Guide, City of Virginia Beach, VirginiaAdd to your cart.
City Planning Commission. Prepared by Air Survey Corporation, Reston, Virginia. Shows federal, state, and city property, cemeteries, private schools, and borough lines, marsh, major highways, and major highways under construction. Also includes index of streets.
Folder 41: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Virginia Beach), 1896-1991, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Princess Anne County, 1919Add to your cart.
Surveyed 1919. (Photocopy)
Item 2: Road Map Princess Anne County, Virginia, 1928 AugustAdd to your cart.
Map 1-10, 12. Copy 2 only includes Maps 1-2 and 4-6. L.O. Hines, County Engineer. P.F. Mueller, Delineator. Handwritten annotations over entire maps. (Photocopy)
Item 3: The Magisterial Districts, 1896Add to your cart.
Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey. Henry Gannett, Chief Topographer. Gilbert Thompson, Geographer in charge. Topography by W.R. Atkinson, and ... Culture revised in 1896 by A.M. Walker. H.M. Wilson, Geographer in charge, 1888-1891. (Photocopy)
Item 4: Map of Norfolk and Princess Anne Counties, 1918 NovemberAdd to your cart.
Photocopy combines 2 different maps. Progressive military map. Corps of Engineers, United States Army. 853-N-IV-E/2. 864-N-III-W/. Shows Southern portion of the counties of Princess Anne and Norfolk. (Photocopy)
Item 5: Princess Anne CountyAdd to your cart.
Shows the major roadways and major waterways, 1775-1780.
Item 6: Inland Waterway from Norfolk, Virginia to Beaufort Inlet, North Carolina, Land on North Landing River, Princess Anne County, Virginia, 1924 October 3 to 1924 October 23Add to your cart.
Acquired by Condemnation by United States of America. From Mrs. Laura S. Whitehurst. United States Engineer Office, Norfolk, Virginia. Traced by G.D.D., Jr. Shows property acquired by the War Department along the North Landing River.
Item 7: Back Bay MapAdd to your cart.
Shows plans for a duck hunt at a location in Back Bay.
Item 8: Virginia Beach: The Official Bicentennial Map of the City of Virginia Beach, 1976Add to your cart.
Prepared and designed by F.W. Cox High School, Distributive Education Club. Copyright Distributive Education Frank W. High School 1976. Colonial Printers Lithographers. Art work by Cindy Henderson.
Item 9: Annexation Map of Princess Ann County, Virginia, 1956 March 14Add to your cart.
From the Virginian Pilot newspaper. Shows proposed annexation boundary line, residential, commercial, industrial, public lands, farm lands, vacant, city lands, and United States government lands. (Photocopy)
Item 10: A Map of Historic Sites in Princess Ann County in 1691, 1991Add to your cart.
Superimposed upon modern day Virginia Beach. Copyright 1991, Robert W. Clark. Designed and drawn by Robert W. Clark. The Founders Inn and Conference Center. Printing Courtesy of CBN.
Item 11: A Map of Historic Sites in Princess Ann County in 1791, 1991Add to your cart.
Superimposed upon modern day Virginia Beach. Copyright 1991, Robert W. Clark. Designed and drawn by Robert W. Clark. The Founders Inn and Conference Center. Printing Courtesy of CBN.
Item 12: A Map of Historic Sites in Princess Ann County in 1891, 1991Add to your cart.
Superimposed upon modern day Virginia Beach. Copyright 1991, Robert W. Clark. Designed and drawn by Robert W. Clark. The Founders Inn and Conference Center. Printing Courtesy of CBN.
Item 13: A Real Hearty Welcome! To Virginia Beach, VirginiaAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet; includes street index. Map shows advertised businesses in Virginia Beach.
Item 14: Map of Virginia BeachAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet enclosed by encapsulation: prevents other parts of map from being displayed. Map is overlayed with handdrawn outline, which includes information about locations dating from the 1600s-1700s.
Item 15: Being a Prospectus of Seashore State Park and its Environs at Cape Henry, VirginiaAdd to your cart.
H.D. Avery, Delineator. Shows Seashore State Park, with all its trails marked. Donated by Mr. and Mrs. Jordan Pugh, Norfolk, Virginia, February 15, 2003. (Photocopy)
Folder 42: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Virginia Beach), 1791-1955, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Stump Haul Fishery Plat, 1882 October 6Add to your cart.
Presented to the Clerks Office of Princess Anne County Court. Teste J.E. Strawhand, CC, by William Whitehurst DC. E.B. Macon Company, Surveyor, Princess Anne County, Virginia.
Item 2: Tentative Subdivision of Bay-Air Shores, Princess Anne County, Virginia, 1955 JuneAdd to your cart.
Frank D. Tarrall, Jr. and Associates, Surveyors and Engineers, Norfolk, Virginia. 911. Shows the Bay-Air Shores development off of Virginia Beach Boulevard.
Item 3: Map of Bird Neck Point, 1952Add to your cart.
Showing street numbers. Bird Neck Point Community League, 1952. Approved by Floyd T. Deary. Supervisor for Lynnhaven District.
Item 4: Map of Linkhorn Park, 1916 NovemberAdd to your cart.
Property of Virginia Beach Development Company and Adjacent Properties. Princess Anne County, Virginia. John M. Baldwin, Civil Engineer. C.A. Neff, Golf Architect, Norfolk, Virginia. C.R. McIntire, Delineator. Plans for housing development.
Item 5: A Tract of Land Known as Pembroke, 1867 October 27Add to your cart.
Property of A.W. Willett, Esquire. Surveyed by W. Scott Sykes. Also the mill tract surveyed October 27, 1867 by E.B. Macon. Plat drawn by Jas. F. Carr. Traced by James Bolton, Jr., Clerks Office, Portsmouth, Virginia. Donated by Charlotte P. Shepard, Norfolk, Virginia, November 24, 2007. (Photocopy)
Item 6: Map of Virginia Beach, circa 1900Add to your cart.
Owned by Norfolk and Virginia Beach, Railroad and Improvement Company, Marshall Parks, President, Norfolk, Virginia. Surveyed and drawn by William Blow, Civil Engineer. Shows Virginia Beach, and route of the Norfolk And Virginia Beach Railroad.
Item 7: Map of the Estate of Edmund Bradford, Princess Anne County, VirginiaAdd to your cart.
Shows the estate of Edmond Bradford in Princess Anne County by Little Creek and Lynhaven Bay.
Item 8: Map Of The Hollies On The Atlantic Ocean Adjoining Virginia Beach Property owned by Collins HeirsAdd to your cart.
Surveyed by Thomas M. Hodges. Original Plat recorded Deed Book 57, Page 417. Copy recorded Map Book 6, Page 107.
Item 9: Little Creek PropertiesAdd to your cart.
Shows property that borders Little Creek.
Item 10: Plat 08, Long Creek / Lynnhaven River Map, circa 1791Add to your cart.
Shows property lines between Long Creek, and Keeling's Drain. Purchased November 2013. From estate of Dr. William R. and Katherine Byrd Miller, Virginia Beach, Virginia. Includes Byrd genealogy on back.
Item 11: Cavalier Hotel Property, Virginia Beach, Virginia, circa 1928Add to your cart.
Housing construction plans for the Cavalier. Map of Thomas Thompson, City Manager of Norfolk, Virginia.
Item 12: Map of Princess Anne Hills, Princess Anne County, Virginia, 1932 MayAdd to your cart.
John M. Baldwin, Civil Engineer, Norfolk, Virginia. Plans for road development and plot sizes.
Item 13: Map of Cavalier Park Section I, 1926 JulyAdd to your cart.
Property of Virginia Shores Incorporated, Princess Anne County, Virginia. John M. Baldwin, Civil Engineer. C.R. McIntire, Delineator. Plans for housing and street development.
Item 14: Survey of the Bradford property lying on the Chesapeake Bay in Princess Anne County, Virginia, 1905 April 15Add to your cart.
E.E. Burroughs, County Surveyor.
Item 15: Virginia Beach, VirginiaAdd to your cart.
Map shows buildings erected and projected from Illinois Avenue to Lake Rudee. Handwritten annotations include names of landowners.
Folder 43: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Suffolk and Southwest Hampton Roads), 1816-1977, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Nansemond River, 1977 October 18Add to your cart.
Shows major roadways near the Nansemond River, Naval Transmitter Station, and Sleepy Hole Golf Course. Digitized 2008 CSH/DGB.
Item 2: Design of the Western Freeway in NansemondAdd to your cart.
Shows the Western Freeway design in the City of Nansemond. Digitized 2008 CSH/DGB.
Item 3: Official Map of Suffolk, Virginia, 1940Add to your cart.
Office of the City Engineer. Corrected January 1961 - January 1962.
Item 4: Official Map of Suffolk, Virginia, 1940Add to your cart.
Office of the City Engineer. Corrected January 1961 - January 1962. Special Note: Prepared and Map Printed Courtesy of Suffolk-Nansemond Chamber of Commerce. 1968.
Item 5: The Lower Parish of Nansemond County, Virginia With Adjoining Portions of Norfolk CountyAdd to your cart.
1600s-1800s. (Photocopy)
Item 6: The Lower Parish of Nansemond County, Virginia With Adjoining Portions of Norfolk County, 1964Add to your cart.
Copyright 1964 by Alice Granberry Walter. 17th century land grants, 1600s-1800s. (Photocopy)
Item 7: The Lower Parish of Nansemond County, Virginia With Adjoining Portions of Norfolk County, 1948Add to your cart.
Copyright 1948 by J.H. Granbery. Presented by Fort Nelson Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, Portsmouth, Virginia, 1600s-1800s. (Photocopy)
Item 8: Military Map of Suffolk And VicinityAdd to your cart.
For Brigadier General E.L. Viele. Surveyed and drawn by Oscar Soederquist, Lieutenant, 99th New York. Vol. Also includes Propsed Secondary Line of Defense of the Peninsula Between the Ashepoo and Combahee Rivers, South Carolina, November 4, 1863. 1861-1865.
Item 9: Military Map of Suffolk And VicinityAdd to your cart.
For Brigadier General E.L. Viele. Surveyed and drawn by Oscar Soederquist, Lieutenant, 99th New York. Vol. Series 1 Volume XVIII. Julius Bien and Company Lithograph, New York. Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies. Also includes Map of Morris Island and the Adjacent Creeks from United States Coast Survey 1823-1824 Sandhills From a Survey June 6, 1862 and Plan of Fort Esperanza, Texas. Donated by Mrs. Donna E. Bluemink, Norfolk, Virginia, April 30, 2004. 1861-1865.
Item 10: Map of Suffolk And Vicinity, 1862 April 12Add to your cart.
Giving location of Regiments, Batterys, etc. while occupied as a Military Post, just previous to the siege of General Longstreet, in Springfield of 1863. Compiled and Drawn by Captain E.A. Curtis. 112th N.Y.S. Vols. C.O.D. Traced from photostat of copy in Court House Norfolk County, Portsmouth, Virginia. April 12, 1962, W.T. Jones, Jr. (Photocopy)
Item 11: Southhampton County, Virginia, 1894 and 1918Add to your cart.
2 maps. Map 1: Division of Maps, Library of Congress, December 4, 1929. Shows points in both Virginia and North Carolina. Map 2: United States Geological Survey, George Otis Smith, Director. War Department Corps of Engineers, United States Army. Geological Survey Thomas L. Watson, Director. Virginia - North Carolina Arringdale Quadrangle. Surveyed in 1918. (Photocopy)
Item 12: The Plot and Explanation of Lands to be Divided Among the Heirs of Maximilian Herbert, deceased, circa 1903Add to your cart.
Shows which plots go to which heirs of Maximilian Herbert. (Photocopy)
Item 13: Map of Isle of Wight And Part of NansemondAdd to your cart.
Chief Engineer's Office, Major General J.F. Gilmer, Chief Engineer. Made under the direction of Albert H. Campbell. Map from the Confederate Engineer Bureau in Richmond, Virginia. General J.F. Gilmer, Chief Engineer. Presented to the West Point Military Academy by his only daughter, Mrs. J.F. Minis, Savannah, Georgia. Shows the water, and roadways of Nansemond and Isle of Wight Counties, Virginia. (Photocopy)
Item 14: Surry and General Plan of the Proposed Canal, circa 1816Add to your cart.
Leading from North Carolina to Norfolk and from Elizabeth to Lynnhaven River. Engineer Department Topographical Bureau, United States. Examined on the ground by James Kearney, Topographical Engineer, United States Army. Shows the route of the grand junctions canal.
Item 15: Isle of Wight County In Virginia, Street Map including the Towns of Smithfield and Windsor, 1992Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; shows the roadways of Isle of Wight County, Virginia. Prepared by the Isle of Wight County Department of Community Development in cooperation with the Isle of Wight / Smithfield Chamber of Commerce. Copyright 1992 Isle of Wight County, Virginia. Includes road name roster.
Folder 44: Series 5: Nautical Charts, 1690-1992, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Elizabeth River, VirginiaAdd to your cart.
Shows Norfolk and Portsmouth with all roads, and includes all water depths. Craney Island Reach, Lambert Bend, Port Norfolk Reach, Town Point Reach.
Item 2: Reconnoissance of the Entrance To Chesapeake Bay, Virginia, 1851Add to your cart.
United States Coast Survey, A.D. Bache, Superintendent. By the Hydrographic party under the command of Lieutenant B.F. Sands, United States Navy and Assistant, United States Coast Survey. Shows the water depths in the entrance of the Chesapeake Bay.
Item 3: Proposed widening of channel of Harbor at Norfolk, Virginia at Hospital Point, 1897 July 16Add to your cart.
United States Engineer Office, Norfolk, Virginia, July 16, 1897. To accompany Annual Report for 1897. Thomas Casey, Captain, Corps of Engineers, United States Eng 55, 2.
Item 4: Improving Norfolk Harbor, Virginia and its approaches Channel through Bar at mouth of Western Branch of Elizabeth River, 1881Add to your cart.
Under the direction of Captain Charles B. Phillips, Corps of Engineers, United States by George H. Elliott, Assistant Engineer in charge. To accompany Annual Report for fiscal year ending June 30, 1880. Shows water depths off of Lambert's Point.
Item 5: Norfolk Harbor, Virginia, 1857Add to your cart.
From a Trigonometrical Survey under the direction of A.D. Bache, Superintendent of the Survey of the Coast of the United States. Triangulation by E. Blunt, Assistant. Topography by J. Seib, Assistant. Hydrography by the Party under the command of J.J. Almy, Lieutenant United States Navy, Assistant. Shows water depths in the Elizabeth River. C.B. Graham, Lithographer, Washington.
Item 6: Preliminary Chart of Hampton Roads and Elizabeth River, Virginia, 1857Add to your cart.
From a Trigonometrical Survey under the direction of A.D. Bache, Superintendent of the Survey of the Coast of the United States. Triangulation by E. Blunt, Assistant, United States Geological Survey. Topography by J. Seib, Assistant. Hydrography by the Party under the command of John J. Almy, Lieutenant, Commanding United States Navy, Assistant. C.B. Graham, Lithographer, Washington.
Item 7: A Map and Chart of those Parts of the Bay of Chesapeake, York, and James Rivers which are at present The Seat of War, 1984 NovemberAdd to your cart.
London, published as the Act directs 30th November 1781 by J. Bew. The map was purchased in Edinburgh, Scotland in September of 1984 and prints prepared November 1984. Shows the Chesapeake Bay, and the English and French fleets.
Item 8: United States Coast Survey, Harbor of Norfolk, 1854Add to your cart.
A.D. Bache, Superintendent. By the Hydrographic Party under the Command of Lieutenant John J. Almy, United States Navy, Assistant, United States Geological Survey. Copyright 1979 Impertial Publishing Corporation. Edition 500 Printed and Published in United States. Shows the water depth in the port of Norfolk, Virginia in the year 1854.
Item 9: Preliminary Chart of Part of The Sea Coast Of Virginia and Entrance to Chesapeake Bay, 1855Add to your cart.
From a Trigonometrical Survey under the direction of A.D. Bache, Superintendent of the Survey of the Coast of the United States. Triangulation by John Farley, Assistant. Topography by G.D. Wise, Assistant and J. Seib Sub. Assistant. Hydrography by the Party under the command of Lieutenant J.J. Almy, United States Navy, Assistant. Verified H.W. Benham, Captain of Engineers, Assistant C.S. in charge of Office. Engraved by E. Yeager, H.S. Barnard, A. Peterson, and App. R.F. Bartle. Shows water depths for the entire coastline of Virginia.
Item 10: Norfolk Harbor And Vicinity, 1891 JanuaryAdd to your cart.
Reduced from United States Coast and Geodetic Survey, Chart No. 404, 1891. Published January 1891 T.C. Mendenhall, Superintendent. Verified B.A. Colonna, Assistant in charge of Office. Compiled and drawn by E.J. Sommer. Photolithograph by A.H. Hoen and Company, Baltimore, Maryland. Shows all properties located around Norfolk Harbor and its vicinity.
Item 11: Map of the Albemarle and Chesapeake Canal, 1897Add to your cart.
Connecting Chesapeake Bay with Currituck, Albemarle, and Pamlico Sounds and their Tributary Streams. Presented with the compliments of the Albemarle and Chesapeake Canal Company. Compiled and drawn by A.and H. Lindenkohl, Washington, District of Columbia The Norris Peters Company, Photolithograph, Washington, District of Columbia.
Item 12: Ye Capes of Virginia and Entrance to Chesapeake Bay as it Appeared circa 1690, 1690Add to your cart.
Copyright 1986 John L. Amrhein, Jr. Laid down from the Ancient Records of Colonial Virginia. Drawn by John L. Amrhein, Jr. and sold by Ryan and Black, Publishers, Salisbury, Maryland.
Item 13: A New Chart of the Coast of North America, From New York to Cape Hatteras Including the Bays of Delaware and Chesapeake, 1992Add to your cart.
With the Coasts of New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia, and Part of the Coast of North Carolina. By Captain N. Holland, London. Published by Laurie and Whittle, No. 53, Fleet - Street, as the Act directs, 12th May 1794. Copyright 1992 Eagleton's Incorporated, Norfolk, Virginia.
Item 14: A New Chart of the Coast of North America, From New York to Cape Hatteras Including the Bays of Delaware and ChesapeakeAdd to your cart.
With the Coasts of New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia, and Part of the Coast of North Carolina. By Captain N. Holland, London. Published by Laurie and Whittle, No. 53, Fleet - Street, as the Act directs, 12th May 1794.
Item 15: Norfolk Harbor, Elizabeth River, Virginia, 1882Add to your cart.
January 1883. Photolithograph Edition. J.E. Hilgard, Superintendent. Verified B.D. Cutts, Assistant in charge of Office. Triangulation by J.W. Donn and B.A. Colonne, Assistants. Topography by C.M. Bache and Eugene Ellicott, Assistants. Hydrography by Lieutenant Commander E.B. Thomas, United States Navy, Assistant. Additional soundings and wharves by Commander C.M. Chester, United States Navy and Hydrographic Inspector. Shows water depths in Norfolk Harbor in the year 1882. (Photocopy)
Item 16: Hampton Roads and Vicinity, 1861 May 10Add to your cart.
Several sheets taped together. Engineer Department received May 13, 1861. Shows water depths in several parts of Hampton Roads and its vicinity. (Photocopy)
Folder 45: Series 5: Nautical Charts, 1975-1985Add to your cart.
Item 1: Nautical Chart Catalog 1: United States, Atlantic and Gulf Coasts Including Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, 1982 JanuaryAdd to your cart.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. Charts, Tide Tables, Coast Pilots, Current Tables, Tidal Current Charts. "John Parker"
Item 2: Nautical Chart 12205: Cape Henry To Pamlico Sound Including Albemarle Sound, Virginia - North Carolina, 1976 MarchAdd to your cart.
10th Edition, January 10, 1976. March 1976. 12205. Published at Washington, District of Columbia. United States Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976.
Item 3: Nautical Chart 12206: Virginia - North Carolina Intracoastal Waterway, Norfolk To Albemarle Sound via North Landing River or Dismal Swamp Canal, 1976 FebruaryAdd to your cart.
14th Edition, December 13, 1975. February 1976. 12206. Published at Washington, District of Columbia. United States Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976.
Item 4: Nautical Chart 12223: Chesapeake Bay, Cape Charles to Norfolk Harbor, Virginia, 1976 AprilAdd to your cart.
13th Edition, March 6, 1976. April 1976. 12223. Published at Washington, District of Columbia. United States Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976.
Item 5: Nautical Chart 12236: United States - East Coast, Virginia, Chesapeake Bay, Rappahannock River Entrance, Piankatank and Great Wicomico Rivers, 1975 DecemberAdd to your cart.
11th Edition, October 18, 1975. December 1975. 12236. Published at Washington, District of Columbia. United States Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976.
Item 6: Nautical Chart 12237: Rappahannock River, Corrotoman River to Fredericksburg, Virginia, 1976 JanuaryAdd to your cart.
12th Edition, December 6, 1976. January 1976. 12237. Published at Washington, District of Columbia. United States Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976.
Item 7: Nautical Chart 12265: United States - East Coast, Maryland, Chesapeake Bay, Patuxent River And Vicinity, 1976 MayAdd to your cart.
11th Edition, March 6, 1976. May 1976. 12265. Published at Washington, District of Columbia. United States Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976.
Item 8: Nautical Chart 12285: Potomac River, Washington D.C., Maryland, Virginia, 1976 JanuaryAdd to your cart.
18th Edition, November 8, 1975. January 1976. 12285. Published at Washington, District of Columbia. United States Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976.
Folder 46: Series 5: Nautical Charts, 1882-1974Add to your cart.
Item 1: United States - East Coast, Virginia, Little Creek, 1947 JuneAdd to your cart.
1st Edition, June 1947. Compiled and printed for the Hydrographic Office, United States Navy by the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey. Published by the Hydrographic Office, Washington, District of Columbia under the authority of the Secretary of the Navy.
Item 2: James River, Virginia: Hampton Roads to Point of Shoals, 1882Add to your cart.
Issued January 1882. J.E. Hilgard, Superintendent. Verified R.D. Cutts, Assistant in charge of Office. Published at Washington, District of Columbia. United States Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. American Revolution 1776-1976. Electrotype Copy No. 1, U.S.C.andG.S. BiC-39.
Item 3: General Chart of Delaware and Chesapeake Bays and the Seacoast From Cape May to Cape Henry, 1882 MayAdd to your cart.
From a Trigonometrical Survey under the direction of F.R. Hassler and A.D. Bache Superintendents of the Survey of the Coast of the United States. Published in 1855. Re-issued May 1882, J.E. Hilgard, Superintendent. Verified R.D. Cutts, Assistant in charge of Office. Published at Washington, District of Columbia. United States Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. BiC-40.
Item 4: Hampton Roads, Virginia, 1894 DecemberAdd to your cart.
Published December 1894. W.W. Duffield, Superintendent. Verified by B.A. Colonna, Assistant in charge of the Office. J.F. Moser, Lieutenant Commander, United States Navy Hydrographic Inspector. Published at Washington, District of Columbia. United States Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976. BiC-45.
Item 5: United States - East Coast, Maryland and Virginia, Chesapeake Bay Southern Part, 1954 June 21Add to your cart.
7th Edition, January 1941. No. 78. Published at Washington, District of Columbia. United States Coast and Geodetic Survey. R.F. A. Studds, Director.
Item 6: United States - East Coast, Virginia, Hampton Roads, 1926 JulyAdd to your cart.
400. Published at Washington, District of Columbia United States Coast and Geodetic Survey. E. Lester Jones, Director.
Item 7: United States - East Coast, Virginia, Hampton Roads, 1960 October 10Add to your cart.
25th Edition, 400. Revised June 5, 1961. Compiled and printed at Washington, District of Columbia by United States Department of Commerce Coast and Geodetic Survey.
Item 8: United States - East Coast, Virginia, Hampton Roads, 1968 April 22Add to your cart.
31st Edition, April 22, 1968. 400. Published at Washington, District of Columbia. United States Department of Commerce, Environmental Science Services Administration, Coast and Geodetic Survey.
Item 9: United States - East Coast, Virginia, Norfolk Harbor And Elizabeth River, 1930 DecemberAdd to your cart.
31st Edition, April 22, 1968. 400. Published at Washington, District of Columbia. United States Department of Commerce, Environmental Science Services Administration, Coast and Geodetic Survey.
Item 10: United States - East Coast, Virginia, Norfolk Harbor And Elizabeth River, 1968 March 4Add to your cart.
17th Edition, March 6, 1968. 452. Published at Washington, District of Columbia. United States Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey.
Item 11: United States - East Coast, Virginia, Norfolk Harbor And Elizabeth River, 1961 June 19Add to your cart.
14th Edition, June 19, 1961. 452. Compiled and printed at Washington, District of Columbia by United States Department of Commerce. Luther H. Hodges, Secretary. Coast and Geodetic Survey, H. Arnold Karo, Director.
Item 12: United States - East Coast, Virginia, Chesapeake Bay Entrance, 1913 MarchAdd to your cart.
No. 1222. Washington, District of Columbia. Coast and Geodetic Survey. (Photocopy)
Item 13: United States - East Coast, Virginia, Cape Henry to Currituck Beach Light, 1916 MayAdd to your cart.
No. 1227. Published at Washington, District of Columbia. By the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey. E. Lester Jones, Superintendent. (Photocopy)
Item 14: United States - East Coast, Virginia, Cape Henry To Currituck Beach Light, 1924 MayAdd to your cart.
No. 1227. Published at Washington, District of Columbia By the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey. E. Lester Jones, Director. Given to the Sargeant Memorial Collection October 22, 2007 by Jim Bradshaw, Portsmouth, Virginia.
Item 15: United States - East Coast, Virginia - North Carolina, Cape Henry to Currituck Beach Light, 1974 March 16Add to your cart.
11th Edition, March 16, 1974.1227. Published at Washington, District of Columbia. United States Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey.
Folder 47: Series 5: Nautical Charts, 1974-1976Add to your cart.
Item 1: United States - East Coast, North Carolina, Currituck Beach Light To Wimble Shoals, 1976 March 6Add to your cart.
21st Edition, March 6, 1976. 12204. Published at Washington, District of Columbia. United States Department of Commerce. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976.
Item 2: United States - East Coast, Virginia, Chincoteague Inlet to Great Machipongo Inlet, 1976 March 6Add to your cart.
21st Edition, March 6, 1976. 12210. Loran-C Overprinted. Published at Washington, District of Columbia. United States Department of Commerce. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976.
Item 3: United States - East Coast, Virginia, Chesapeake Bay, Cape Charles To Norfolk Harbor, 1976 March 6Add to your cart.
16th Edition, March 6, 1976. 12222. Published at Washington, District of Columbia United States Department of Commerce. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976.
Item 4: United States - East Coast, Virginia, Chesapeake Bay, Cape Charles to Wolf Trap, 1975 October 4Add to your cart.
11th Edition, October 4, 1975. 12224. Published at Washington, District of Columbia United States Department of Commerce. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976.
Item 5: United States - East Coast, Virginia - Maryland, Chesapeake Bay, Wolf Trap To Smith Point, 1975 December 6Add to your cart.
30th Edition December 6, 1975. 12225. Published at Washington, District of Columbia. United States Department of Commerce. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. Loran-C Overprinted. American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976.
Item 6: United States - East Coast, Virginia, Chesapeake Bay, Wolf Trap To Pungoteague Creek, 1974 June 29Add to your cart.
6th Edition, June 29, 1974. 12226. Published at Washington, District of Columbia United States Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey.
Item 7: United States - East Coast, Maryland - Virginia, Chesapeake Bay, Pocomoke and Tangier Sounds, 1975 August 16Add to your cart.
15th Edition, August 16, 1975. 12228. Published at Washington, District of Columbia United States Department of Commerce. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976.
Item 8: United States - East Coast, Maryland - Virginia, Chesapeake Bay, Smith Point To Cove Point, 1976 March 6Add to your cart.
30th Edition, March 6, 1976. 12230. Published at Washington, District of Columbia United States Department of Commerce. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976.
Item 9: United States - East Coast, Maryland - Virginia, Chesapeake Bay, Tangier Sound - Northern Part, 1975 November 8Add to your cart.
13th Edition November 8, 1975. 12231. Published at Washington, District of Columbia United States Department of Commerce. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976.
Item 10: United States - East Coast, Maryland - Virginia, Potomac River, Chesapeake Bay to Piney Point, 1975 December 6Add to your cart.
20th Edition December 6, 1975. 12233. Published at Washington, District of Columbia United States Department of Commerce. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976.
Item 11: United States - East Coast, Virginia, Chesapeake Bay, Rappahannock River Entrance, Piankatank and Great Wicomico Rivers, 1975 October 18Add to your cart.
16th Edition, October 18, 1975. 12235. Published at Washington, District of Columbia United States Department of Commerce. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976.
Folder 48: Series 5: Nautical Charts, 1974-1984Add to your cart.
Item 1: United States - East Coast, Virginia, Chesapeake Bay, Mobjack Bay and York River Entrance, 1975 October 4Add to your cart.
20th Edition, October 4, 1975. 12238. Published at Washington, District of Columbia. United States Department of Commerce. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976.
Item 2: United States - East Coast, Virginia, Chesapeake Bay, Mobjack Bay and York River Entrance, 1984 June 2Add to your cart.
27th Edition, June 2, 1984. 12238. Published at Washington, District of Columbia. United States Department of Commerce. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976.
Item 3: United States - East Coast, Virginia, York River, Yorktown And Vicinity, 1974 December 7Add to your cart.
10th Edition, December 7, 1974. 12241. Published at Washington, District of Columbia. United States Department of Commerce. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976.
Item 4: United States - East Coast, Virginia, York River, York River to West Point and Pamunkey and Mattaponi Rivers, 1975 June 14Add to your cart.
7th Edition, June 14, 1975. 12243. Published at Washington, District of Columbia. United States Department of Commerce. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976.
Item 5: United States - East Coast, Virginia, Hampton Roads, 1975 August 16Add to your cart.
39th Edition, August 16, 1975. 12245. Published at Washington, District of Columbia. United States Department of Commerce. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976.
Item 6: United States - East Coast, Chesapeake Bay - Virginia, James River, Newport News to Jamestown Island, 1974 December 6Add to your cart.
21st Edition December 6, 1975. 12248. Published at Washington, District of Columbia. United States Department of Commerce. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976.
Item 7: United States - East Coast, Virginia, Norfolk Harbor And Elizabeth River, 1976 March 6Add to your cart.
26th Edition, March 6, 1976. 12253. Published at Washington, District of Columbia. United States Department of Commerce. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976.
Item 8: United States - East Coast, Virginia, Norfolk Harbor And Elizabeth River, 1990 January 27Add to your cart.
36th Edition, January 27, 1990. 12253. Published at Washington, District of Columbia. United States Department of Commerce. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Service.
Item 9: United States - East Coast, Virginia, Chesapeake Bay, Cape Henry to Thimble Shoal Light, 1975 July 12Add to your cart.
24th Edition, July 12, 1975. 12254. Published at Washington, District of Columbia. United States Department of Commerce. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976.
Item 10: United States - East Coast, Maryland, Chesapeake Bay, Cove Point to Sandy Point, 1976 March 6Add to your cart.
25th Edition, March 6, 1975. 12263. Loran-C Overprinted. Published at Washington, District of Columbia. United States Department of Commerce. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976.
Item 11: United States - East Coast, Maryland and Virginia, Potomac River, Piney Point to Lower Cedar Post, 1976 March 6Add to your cart.
18th Edition, March 6, 1976. 12286. Published at Washington, District of Columbia. United States Department of Commerce. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Survey. American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976.
Folder 49: Series 6: Geological Maps (Mineral Resources and Gravity), 1861-1980Add to your cart.
Item 1: Geologic Map of Virginia, 1928Add to your cart.
State Conservation and Development Commission, Virginia Geological Survey. Wilbur A. Nelson, State Geologist. Map prepared under the supervision of George W. Stone, Geologic Map Editor, United States Geological Society. Engraved and printed by United States Geological Survey. S.J. Kubel, Chief Engraver.
Item 2: Virginia Showing the Geography and Physical Features of the State, 1928Add to your cart.
Published by the State Conservation and Development Commission, Richmond, 1928. Relief based on map by O.A. Ljungstedt, United States Geological Survey. Engraved and printed by J.W. Clement Company, Matthews-Northrup Works. Buffalo and New York. Shows all state and national highways. Shows historical points of Virginia.
Item 3: Virginia Showing the Geography and Physical Features of the State, 1930Add to your cart.
Published by the State Conservation and Development Commission, Richmond, 1930. Relief based on map by O.A. Ljungstedt, United States Geological Survey. Engraved and printed by J.W. Clement Company, Matthews-Northrup Works. Buffalo and New York. Shows all state and national highways. Shows historical points of Virginia.
Item 4: General Topographical Map, Sheet II, 1861-1865Add to your cart.
Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, 1861-1865. Plate CXXXVII. Julius Bien and Company, Lithographer, New York.
Item 5: State of Virginia, 1980Add to your cart.
United States Department of the Interior Geological Survey, 1980. National geodetic vertical datum of 1929. Compiled, edited, and published by the Geological Survey. For sale by United States Geological Survey, Reston, Virginia, 1973.
Item 6: Mineral Industries And Resouces Of Virginia, 1959Add to your cart.
Commonwealth of Virginia, Department of Conservation and Economic Development, Division of Mineral Resources. James L. Calver, Commissioner, Charlottesville, Virginia. Base map by United States Geological Survey. Compiled and lithographed by Williams and Heintz Lithograph Corporation. Washington, District of Columbia. Compiled by E.O. Gooch and R.F. Pharr. Shows the location of resource location, collection, and refinement in Virginia.
Item 7: Virginia Mineral Resouces, 1953Add to your cart.
Virginia Engineering Experiment Station. Prepared by Byron N. Cooper and Richard V. Dietrich. Department of Geology, Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Base map by United States Geologic Survey.
Item 8: Gravity Map of Virginia: Simple Bouguer Anomaly, 1977Add to your cart.
By Stanley S. Johnson. Base by United States Geological Survey. Commonwealth of Virginia, Department of Conservation and Economic Development, Marvin M. Sutherland, Director. Division of Mineral Resources, James L. Calver, State Geologist, Charlottesville, Virginia. Williams and Heintz Map Corporation, Washington, District of Columbia.
Item 9: Lake Drummond, Moyock, Back Bay, Virginia - North Carolina, 1939-1943Add to your cart.
5 sheets taped together and parts removed. United States Department of the Interior Geological Survey. State of Virginia Represented by the Conservation Commission Geological Survey. War Department, Corps of Engineers, United States Army. Virginia Newport News Quadrangle.
Item 10: Cape Henry, Virginia, 1919Add to your cart.
United States Department of the Interior Geological Survey. War Department Corps of Engineers, United States Army. State of Virginia, represented by the Conservation Commission Geological Survey. R.B. Marshall, Chief Geographer. T.G. Gerdine, Geographer in charge. Topography by Bryan W. Brown, H.C.O. Clarke, H.M. Eakin, A.J. Kavanagh, T.F. Murphy, Mark Noble, E.V. Perkinson, R.H. Sargent, and R.C. Seitz. Control by United States Coast and Geodetic Survey, C.R. French, F.J. McMaugh, and H.J. Switzer. Surveyed in 1918. (Photocopy)
Item 11: Ocean View Quadrangle, Cape Henry Quadrangle, 1955Add to your cart.
4 sheets taped together and parts removed. United States Department of the Interior Geological Survey. United States Department of the Army Corps of Engineers.
Item 12: Norfolk, Portsmouth, Newport News and Vicinity, 1955Add to your cart.
United States Department of the Interior Geological Survey, Washington, District of Columbia, 1959. Edited and published by the Geological Survey.
Folder 50: Series 6: Geological Maps (Soil and Geology), 1903-1978, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Soil Map, Princess Anne County, Virginia, 1939Add to your cart.
United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Administration, Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering, Robert M. Salter, Chief. Division of Soil Survey, Charles E. Kellogg, Chief. Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, A.W. Drinkard, Jr., Director. (Photocopy)
Item 2: Soil Map: Norfolk, Virginia, 1903Add to your cart.
United States Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Soils, Milton Whitney, Chief. Soils surveyed by J.E. Lapham 1903. Base map enlarged and redrawn from United States Geological Survey Sheet, Edition of 1902. Field of Operations, Bureau of Soils, 1903. Julius Bien and Company, New York. Shows roads, railways, rivers, and soil types of Norfolk, Virginia.
Item 3: A Geological Map of the Coastal Plain of VirginiaAdd to your cart.
Virginia Geological Survey, University of Virginia, Thomas Leonard Watson, Director. By William Bullock and Benjamin Leroy Miller. Prepared in cooperation with United States Geological Survey. Plate I.
Item 4: Geologic Map of the Triassic of Northern Virginia, 1927Add to your cart.
Embracing portions of Loudoun, Fairfax, Prince William, Fauquier, Culpeper, Orange, and Madison Counties. Geology by Joseph K. Roberts, 1920-1923. All faults, except on western boundary, determined by Anna I. Jonas. Base computed from topographic maps of the United States Geological Survey. Virginia Geological Survey, Bulletin 29, Plate I. Shows railroads, towns and geologic areas of Northern Virginia.
Item 5: Geologic Factors Affecting Land Modifications, Warren County, Virginia, circa 1975Add to your cart.
By Eugene K. Rader and Harry W. Webb. Commonwealth of Virginia, Department of Conservation and Economic Development, Division of Mineral Resources. Publication 15, Warren County, Virginia.
Item 6: Geology of the Blacksburg Quadrangle, Virginia, 1979Add to your cart.
By M.J. Bartholomew and W.D. Lowry. Commonwealth of Virginia, Department of Conservation and Economic Development, Division of Mineral Resources. Publication 14, Blacksburg Quadrangle. Base map from United States Geological Survey, 1965.
Item 7: Geology of the Norfolk South Quadrangle, Virginia, 1978Add to your cart.
By William J. Barker and Eric D. Bjorken. Commonwealth of Virginia, Department of Conservation and Economic Development, Division of Mineral Resources, James L. Calver, Commissioner of Mineral Resources and State Geologist. Publication 9, Norfolk South Quadrangle. Base map from United States Geological Survey, 1965. Williams and Heintz Map Corporation, Copyright 1978, Commonwealth of Virginia.
Item 8: Geology of the Grottoes Quadrangle, Virginia, 1978Add to your cart.
By T.M. Gathright II, W.S. Henika and J.L. Sullivan III. Commonwealth of Virginia, Department of Conservation and Economic Development, Division of Mineral Resources, James L. Calver, Commissioner of Mineral Resources and State Geologist. Publication 10, Grottoes Quadrangle. Base map from United States Geological Survey, 1964. Williams and Heintz Corporation, Copyright 1978, Commonwealth of Virginia.
Item 9: Geology of the Mount Sidney Quadrangle, Virginia, 1978Add to your cart.
By T.M. Gathright II, W.S. Henika and J.L. Sullivan III. Commonwealth of Virginia, Department of Conservation and Economic Development, Division of Mineral Resources, James L. Calver, Commissioner of Mineral Resources and State Geologist. Publication 11, Mount Sidney Quadrangle. Base map from United States Geological Survey, 1964. Williams and Heintz Corporation, Copyright 1978, Commonwealth of Virginia.
Item 10: Geology of the Fort Defiance Quadrangle, Virginia, 1978Add to your cart.
By T.M. Gathright II, W.S. Henika and J.L. Sullivan III. Commonwealth of Virginia, Department of Conservation and Economic Development, Division of Mineral Resources, James L. Calver, Commissioner of Mineral Resources and State Geologist. Publication 12, Fort Defiance Quadrangle. Base map from United States Geological Survey, 1964. Williams and Heintz Corporation, Copyright 1978, Commonwealth of Virginia.
Item 11: Geology of the Norfolk North Quadrangle, Virginia, 1978Add to your cart.
By William J. Barker and Eric D. Bjorken. Commonwealth of Virginia, Department of Conservation and Economic Development, Division of Mineral Resources, James L. Calver, Commissioner of Mineral Resources and State Geologist. Publication 8, Norfolk North Quadrangle. Base map from United States Geological Survey, 1965. Williams and Heintz Corporation, Copyright 1978, Commonwealth of Virginia.
Item 12: Geology of the Crimora Quadrangle, Virginia, 1978Add to your cart.
By T.M. Gathright II, W.S. Henicka and J.L. Sullivan III. Commonwealth of Virginia, Department of Conservation and Economic Development, Division of Mineral Resources, James L. Calver, Commissioner of Mineral Resources and State Geologist. Publication 13, Crimora Quadrangle. Base map from United States Geological Survey, 1965. Williams and Heintz Corporation, Copyright 1978, Commonwealth of Virginia.
Folder 51: Series 7: Aerial Photographs, 1937-1958, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Aerial Photograph of Lynnhaven Road, Virginia Beach, 1937 April 21Add to your cart.
Image shows Lynnhaven area of Virginia Beach. Wolfsnare Creek covers the lower (south) section of image; Shore Drive and Chick's Beach are in the top (north) section. The Bayville Farms area is near image center. Lynnhaven Inlet has been cut-out of print.  FG 114-137. Copy from the National Archives, record group No. 114. L shape.
Item 2: Aerial Photograph of Lynnhaven area of Virginia Beach, 1958 May 4Add to your cart.
Image shows Lynnhaven area of Virginia Beach. Wolfsnare Creek covers the lower (south) section of image; Shore Drive and Chick's Beach are at top (north) along the Chesapeake Bay. Bayville Farms area is near the image center. DGH-IV-171. S 3164, 4. Photo probably shows either Chesapeake Bay or Atlantic Ocean. L shape.
Item 3: Aerial Photograph of Virginia Beach, 1949 April 9Add to your cart.
Image shows the Lynnhaven area of Virginia Beach. Wolfsnare Creek covers the lower (south) section of image. Shore Drive and Chick's Beach along the Chesapeake Bay are in the top (north) section. DGH-2E-57. Photo shows Chesapeake Bay, Lake Joyce, Pleasure House Creek, and Western Branch Lynnhaven River. L shape. Photo is torn.
Item 4: Aerial Photograph of Downtown Norfolk, circa 1980Add to your cart.
Oblique color image looking southeast over downtown Norfolk. The Ghent and Mowbray Arch sections are in the foreground, Hague Towers Apartments is near center, Scope arena is at image left along West Brambleton Avenue.
Item 5: Aerial Photograph of Downtown Norfolk, circa 1980Add to your cart.
Color oblique image shows Ghent area, Chrysler Museum of Art, Scope Arena, Hague Towers, and West Brambleton Avenue.
Item 6: Aerial Photograph of Princess Anne area, Virginia Beach, 1937 August 15Add to your cart.
Image shows the Princess Anne area of southeastern Virginia Beach. Pungo is at the intersection of Princess Anne Road and Indian River Road in the bottom-left (southeast) corner. FG 140 51.
Item 7: Aerial Photograph of Downtown Norfolk, circa late-1970sAdd to your cart.
E.S. Vickhouse. Oblique image over downtown Norfolk shows Berkley Bridge (foreground); Atlantic City and coal piers are at left (west) side of image; the Lafayette River and Hampton Roads are in the distance. Waterside is not yet constructed.
Item 8: Aerial Photograph of Pembroke Mall area, Virginia Beach, circa 1970Add to your cart.
Oblique image looks northwest across Pembroke Mall. Virginia Beach Boulevard is at left; Independence Boulevard crosses image center. E.S. Vickhouse. 3-116. Photo shows houses and a mall.
Item 9: Aerial Photograph of Pembroke Mall area, Virginia Beach, circa 1970Add to your cart.
Oblique image looks north across Pembroke Mall. Virginia Beach Boulevard is in foreground; Independence Boulevard runs along left side of mall and into background. E.S. Vickhouse. Photo shows close-up of mall, including Sears.
Item 10: Aerial Photograph of the Norfolk City Planning Commission, 1953 April 3Add to your cart.
Image shows the Lafayette area of Norfolk. Tidewater Drive (being paved) runs north-south down the image center. City Park is at top-left (northwest) corner. The 26th Street Bridge crosses Lafayette River at the left-center of image. Bellevue Avenue is marked by a blue line. 6-15.
Item 11: Aerial Photograph of the Norfolk City Planning Commission, 1953 April 3Add to your cart.
Image shows the Lafayette section of Norfolk. Lafayette, Chesapeake and Ballentine Boulevard intersect near the upper (north) section of image. Tidewater Drive (being paved) runs down the left (west) side. Barraud Park is at image bottom. Bellevue and Kitchener Avenues are marked by a blue line. 5-17.
Item 12: Aerial Photograph of north-central Norfolk, possibly circa 1950Add to your cart.
Image shows Restmere and Colony point sections just west of Wards Corner. Newport Avenue runs down right (east) side of image. Granby High School sports field are along the right. Crab Creek is at the image bottom.
Item 13: Aerial Photograph of Lynnhaven, 1954 March 17Add to your cart.
From Charles E. Jenkins. "Lynnhaven before new bridge was built." Aero Service Corporation, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 487 14 275. Photo shows Lynnhaven Inlet and Lynnhaven River.
Item 14: Aerial Photograph of Shoop Park section of Norfolk, possibly circa 1950Add to your cart.
Aerial Survey by Photo Craftsmen, Incorporated, Norfolk, Virginia. Photo shows Lafayette Boulevard, Bellevue Avenue, St. Denis Avenue, Bourbon Avenue, Pope Avenue, Blair Avenue, Shoop Avenue, Hancock Avenue, Webster Avenue, Fearer Avenue, and Gay Place.
Item 15: Aerial Photograph of Barraud Park area, Norfolk, possibly circa 1950Add to your cart.
Aerial Survey by Photo Craftsmen, Incorporated, Norfolk, Virginia. Photo shows Webster Avenue, Fearer Avenue, Gay Place, Lafayette Drive, So. Shore Drive, Vista Street, Tanner Street, Rugby Street, 30' Street, and Wall Street. Tidewater Drive (marked in green) crosses the Lafayette River at the top (north) of image.
Item 16: Aerial Photograph near Wards Corner area of Norfolk, possibly circa 1950Add to your cart.
Sewells Point Golf Course is at the top (north) of image. Little Creek Road runs east-west across image bottom. Restmere section is at bottom-center. Wards Corner is just off the right (east) side of image.
Item 17: Aerial Photograph Southern Shopping Center area, Norfolk, circa 1955Add to your cart.
Aerial Survey by Photo Craftsmen, Incorporated, Norfolk, Virginia. Photo shows Stanley Street, Miller Street, Guy Street, Biltmore Road, Easy Street, Gladstone Road, and Naval Base Road. Southern Shopping Center is under construction near top (north) of image. Tidewater Drive (marked in green) runs down image center, and intersects Little Creek Road near just east of the shopping center.
Item 18: Aerial Photograph of Lafayette-Winona area of Norfolk, possibly circa 1950Add to your cart.
Aerial Survey by Photo Craftsmen, Incorporated, Norfolk, Virginia. Photo shows Bell's Road, Cromwell Road, Bapaume Avenue, Alsace Avenue, Columbia Avenue, Ashland Avenue, Clark Circle, Pershing Avenue, La Salle Avenue, and Lafayette Boulevard. Tidewater Drive angles down from the top-right (northeast) corner. Christ the King School is near the image center.
Item 19: Aerial Photograph near downtown Norfolk, possibly circa 1950Add to your cart.
3-7. Campostella Road angles from the left (west) side of image to bottom-right. Elizabeth River shipyards along image bottom (south) of image.
Item 20: Aerial Photograph of near downtown Norfolk, possibly circa 1950Add to your cart.
Ship piers and yards along the Elizabeth River in the southern half of the image. Rail bridges to Berkley and Campostella areas are in bottom-right corner. A coal-fired power plant is nearby.
Item 21: Aerial Photograph near downtown Norfolk, possibly circa 1950Add to your cart.
Rail bridges connecting to Berkley and Campostella areas are at bottom (south) of image. A coal-fired power plant is at image center.
Item 22: Aerial Photograph of eastern Norfolk, circa early 1960sAdd to your cart.
Image shows the Easton Forest section of Norfolk (near the present location of the I-64 and I-264 interchange). Curlew Road parallels rail line across bottom (south) half of image. New subdivision at bottom of image includes Jerry Road, Effie Avenue and Brinda Avenue. Photo Craftsmen, Incorporated, Norfolk, Virginia. BCM-13-6.
Item 23: Aerial Photograph of Suburban Acres area of Norfolk, circa early 1960sAdd to your cart.
Thole Street runs east-west along bottom (south) of image. Suburban Park Elementary School is at bottom-left. A rail line angles from top-left (northwest) to bottom-right corner of image. Virginian Drive parallels the west side of the rail line.
Item 24: Aerial Photograph near downtown Norfolk, circa 1960Add to your cart.
Image shows Elizabeth River waterfront east of downtown Norfolk. Campostella Bridge is at right (east) side of image. 1-6.
Item 25: Aerial Photograph of Norfolk and Portsmouth, 1924 April 14Add to your cart.
Photo mosaic shows downtown areas, shipyards and piers along Elizabeth River, and Norfolk neighborhoods along the Lafayette River, east to Tidewater Drive. The Hampton Boulevard Bridge is near the top-left (northwest) corner of the image. Berkley and South Norfolk are in the bottom (south) section of the image.
Item 26: Aerial Photograph of Wards Corner, Norfolk, circa late-1950sAdd to your cart.
Wards Corner shopping center is near the bottom-right (southeast) section of the image, at the intersection of Granby Street and Little Creek Road. A rail line and Taussig Boulevard angle down from the top-left (northwest) corner of the image. The "Truculent Turtle" Navy aircraft is on display near the center-right of the image. The Norfolk Naval Air Station is at the top (north) of image. I-64 and I-564 have not yet been constructed.
Item 27: Aerial Photograph of Wards Corner, circa late 1950sAdd to your cart.
Wards Corner shopping center is at the bottom-left (southwest) corner of the image. The Quonset hut building is Green Gifford Auto dealership. Granby Street runs north along Forest Lawn Cemetery in the upper-left (northwest) section of the image. Little Creek Road curves along the bottom (south) of image. I-64 and I-564 have not yet been constructed.
Item 28: Aerial Photograph of Wards Corner area, Norfolk, circa late 1950sAdd to your cart.
Wards Corner shopping center is at the left (west) side of the image. Green Gifford auto dealership is on Taussig Boulevard near the top-left corner of the image. Little Creek Road curves along the top (north) side of the image. Galveston Boulevard runs north-south down the right section of the image.  I-64 is not yet constructed.
Item 29: Aerial Photograph of Elizabeth River and Downtown Norfolk, circa 1980Add to your cart.
UAg II 3065 153 09. 02 09 8. 282. Map shows parts of Elizabeth River, Atlantic City, Ghent, Downtown Norfolk, Pinner Point, and Hospital Point Park.
Item 30: Aerial Photograph of Downtown Norfolk, circa 2000Add to your cart.
Color image with annotated street names. Includes the areas of the Elizabeth River, Ghent, Waterside, and the Berkley Bridge. Major buildings include Scope and MacArthur Center Mall.
Item 31: Aerial Photograph of Talbot Park area, Norfolk, circa late 1950sAdd to your cart.
Newport Avenue runs north-south down the right (east) side of the image. Granby Elementary School is near the image center. Talbot Park section is in the bottom (south) section of the image. Algonquin Park is across Crab Creek on the left (west) side of the image.
Folder 52: Series 7: Aerial Photographs, 1959Add to your cart.
Item 1: Norfolk City Planning Commission: Aerial Photograph of Norfolk, Virginia, 1959 March 3Add to your cart.
Image 1 of 15 is missing.
Item 2: Norfolk City Planning Commission: Aerial Photograph of Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1959 March 3Add to your cart.
Image 2 of 15. Image shows the Ocean View Section of north-central Norfolk. The Chesapeake Bay, and East and West Ocean View are in the top-half of the image. Willoughby is at the top-left (northwest) corner. Wards Corner area is near the bottom-left corner. Little Creek Road runs east-west along the bottom (south) of the image. The planned route for I-62 is marked in blue; Little Creek and Oastes Creek areas are shaded in green.
Item 3: Norfolk City Planning Commission: Aerial Photograph of Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1959 March 3Add to your cart.
Image 3 of 15 is missing.
Item 4: Norfolk City Planning Commission: Aerial Photograph of Norfolk, Virginia, 1959 March 3Add to your cart.
Image 4 of 15. The image shows the northwestern section of Virginia Beach. Shore Drive (marked in red) runs east-west along the Chesapeake Bay. The Lynnhaven Bridge is at the bottom-center (south) of image. Great Neck Road (also marked in red) runs south just east of the Bridge. Seashore State Park (now First Landing State Park) is in the bottom-right corner of the image.
Item 5: Norfolk City Planning Commission: Aerial Photograph of Norfolk, Virginia, 1959 March 3Add to your cart.
Image 5 of 15. The image shows the Cape Henry / Fort Story area in northeastern Virginia Beach. Portions of Fort Story are blanked-out. Shore Drive (marked in red) angles down to the north end of Atlantic Avenue (also marked in red).
Item 6: Norfolk City Planning Commission: Aerial Photograph of Norfolk and Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1959 March 3Add to your cart.
Image 6 of 15. Image shows the downtown areas of Norfolk and Portsmouth. The Mid-Town tunnel and the US Coast Guard Station in Portsmouth are marked in red and white dashed lines. The Lamberts Point coal piers are at the image center. Planned improvements to Brambleton Avenue and Hampton Boulevard are marked in red.
Item 7: Norfolk City Planning Commission: Aerial Photograph of Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1959 March 3Add to your cart.
Image 7 of 15. The image shows east-central Norfolk. Norfolk Airport is at the top-right (northeast) corner of the image; The Granby Street and Lakewood Bridges are at the top-left. Virginia Beach Boulevard runs east-west near the image bottom. The planned route for I-264 is marked in green. Colored markings correspond to select City schools.
Item 8: Norfolk City Planning Commission: Aerial Photograph of Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1959 March 3Add to your cart.
Image 8 of 15. Image shows eastern Norfolk and western Virginia Beach. Lake Smith is in the top-center (north) of image. Virginia Beach Boulevard and the planned route for I-264 (marked in green and red) run east-west along the bottom section. The red and white striped area is near the future site of Sentara Hospital.
Item 9: Norfolk City Planning Commission: Aerial Photograph of Portsmouth, Virginia, 1959 March 3Add to your cart.
Map 9 of 15. Image shows the Lynnhaven area of Virginia Beach. Waterways include Buchanan Creek, Hebden Creek, the Lynnhaven River, and London Bridge Creek. Great Neck Road and Little Neck Road are marked by red lines at the right (east) side of image. Virginia Beach Boulevard runs along the image bottom (south).
Item 10: Norfolk City Planning Commission: Aerial Photograph of Norfolk and Chesapeake, Virginia, 1959 March 3Add to your cart.
Image 10 of 15. Image shows the Virginia Beach oceanfront. Atlantic Avenue and Pacific Avenue (marked in red) run north-south down the image center. Seashore State Park (now First Landing State Park) is in the upper-left (northwest) section of the image. The planned route for I-264 (marked in red) and Virginia Beach Boulevard run east-west along the image bottom.
Item 11: Norfolk City Planning Commission: Aerial Photograph of Norfolk, Chesapeake, and Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1959 March 3Add to your cart.
Image 11 of 15. The image shows most of Portsmouth, including the shipyards along the southern branch of the Elizabeth River at the right (east) side of the image. The river's western branch is in the top-left (northwest) corner. Money Point in Chesapeake (then Norfolk County) is at bottom-right.
Item 12: Norfolk City Planning Commission: Aerial Photograph of Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1959 March 3Add to your cart.
Image 12 of 15. The image shows South Norfolk and the northern sections of Chesapeake (then Norfolk County). The Campostella Bridge is at the top-left (northwest) corner. Military Highway angles down to the bottom-right (southeast) section of the image.
Item 13: Norfolk City Planning Commission: Aerial Photograph of Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1959 March 3Add to your cart.
Image 13 of 15. Image shows Chesapeake and Virginia Beach areas (then Norfolk and Princess Anne Counties). The planned route for I-64 (marked by a green stripe) is in the top-left (northwest) corner of the image. Indian River Road angels from center-left to center-bottom of the image.
Item 14: Norfolk City Planning Commission: Aerial Photograph of Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1959 March 3Add to your cart.
Image 14 of 15. Image shows southern Virginia Beach. Oceana Naval Air Station is blanked-out at the right (east) side of the image. London Bridge Road runs north-south along the west side of the Air Station.
Item 15: Norfolk City Planning Commission: Aerial Photograph of Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1959 March 3Add to your cart.
Image 15 of 15. Image shows southwestern Virginia Beach. The south end of Atlantic Avenue and the Rudee Inlet area are in the top-right (northeast) section of the image. Dam Neck is to the south. Camp Pendleton is in at the center-right of the image. Oceana Naval Air Station is blanked-out along the left (west) side of the image.
Folder 53: Series 7: Aerial Photographs, 1965-1985, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Aerial Photograph of Lamberts Point area, NorfolkAdd to your cart.
Oblique image shows cargo piers and transit sheds (foreground), Norfolk and Western rail yards, coal piers (top/left corner). Vu Photos, Norfolk, Virginia, E.S. Vickhouse.
Item 2: Aerial Photograph of Norfolk, Virginia, 1965 October 10Add to your cart.
Vu Photos, Norfolk, Virginia, E.S. Vickhouse. 1-787. Photo shows close view of Elizabeth River, Downtown Norfolk, and Ghent. View of Norfolk extends to Chesapeake Bay and Hampton in the distance.
Item 3: Aerial Photograph of Downtown Norfolk, VirginiaAdd to your cart.
Vu Photos, Norfolk, Virginia, E.S. Vickhouse. 4-653. Photo shows view of Downtown Norfolk and extends to Berkley in the distance.
Item 4: Aerial Photograph of Norfolk and Portsmouth, Virginia, 1965 October 10Add to your cart.
Vu Photos, Norfolk, Virginia, E.S. Vickhouse. 1-788. Copyright 1965. Photo shows view of Downtown Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Suffolk in the distance.
Item 5: Aerial Photograph of Downtown Norfolk, VirginiaAdd to your cart.
Vu Photos, Norfolk, Virginia. E.S. Vickhouse. 4-652. Copyright 1968 Vu Photos. Photo shows Downtown Norfolk including Waterside Drive, East City Hall Avenue, Brambleton Avenue, and St. Paul's Boulevard.
Item 6: Aerial Photograph of Downtown Norfolk, VirginiaAdd to your cart.
Vu Photos, Norfolk, Virginia. E.S. Vickhouse. 4-658. Copyright 1968 Vu Photos. Photo shows Berkley Bridge and view of Downtown Norfolk with Hampton and Newport News in the distance.
Item 7: Aerial Photograph of Downtown Norfolk, VirginiaAdd to your cart.
Vu Photos, Norfolk, Virginia. E.S. Vickhouse. 4-651. Copyright 1968 Vu Photos. Photo shows Berkley Bridge and view of Downtown Norfolk, facing south toward the Elizabeth River.
Item 8: Aerial Photograph of Downtown Norfolk, VirginiaAdd to your cart.
Vu Photos, Norfolk, Virginia. E.S. Vickhouse. 4-654. Copyright 1968 Vu Photos. Photo shows view of Downtown Norfolk, including East Main Street, East Plume Street, East City Hall Avenue, East Freemason Street, and Monticello Avenue.
Item 9: Aerial Photograph of Downtown Norfolk, VirginiaAdd to your cart.
Vu Photos, Norfolk, Virginia. E.S. Vickhouse. 1-206. Copyright 1968 Vu Photos. Photo shows Lambert's Point.
Item 10: Aerial Photograph of Downtown NorfolkAdd to your cart.
Photo shows Waterside area of downtown Norfolk with views of Town Point Park, Scope Arena, Waterside Promenade, and Waterside Drive.
Item 11: Aerial Photograph of Lake Taylor area of Norfolk, 1985 October 9Add to your cart.
Oblique color Image show Lake Taylor High School (foreground); Norfolk waterworks and Tides Park (near center); Norfolk International Airport runway (top/right).. Major roads are Military Highway (running from left side of image to top), I-64, and Northhampton Boulevard. Backus Aerial Photography, Incorporated, Chesapeake, Virginia. Copyright 1985. Negative no. 1844-7. Robinson and Wetmore, Incorporated, Norfolk, Virginia.
Item 12: Aerial Photograph near Nofolk AirportAdd to your cart.
Oblique image shows Lake Whitehurst (foreground), Nancy Drive, Huette Drive and Little Creek Road (running diagonally left to right along top of image). "16 x 19 3/4, Satin Silver" Photo shows view of Norfolk.
Folder 54: Series 8: Atlases, 1930-1974Add to your cart.
Item 1: Atlas of Princess Anne County, 1930Add to your cart.
Made by Conway Whittle Sams. Includes handwritten, photocopied maps from the United States Geological Survey. 53 pages. (Photocopy)
Item 2: Urban Atlas: Tract Data for Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Norfolk - Portsmouth, Virginia, 1974Add to your cart.
United States Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. United States Department of Labor Manpower Administration. 12 maps in atlas.
Item 3: Urban Atlas: Tract Data for Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Richmond, Virginia, 1974Add to your cart.
United States Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. United States Department of Labor Manpower Administration. 12 maps in atlas.
Item 4: An Oceanographic Atlas of the Carolina Continental Margin, 1971Add to your cart.
J.G. Newton, O.H. Pilkey, and J.O. Blanton, Duke University Marine Laboratory. Supported by the North Carolina Board of Science and Technology, the United States National Science Foundation, and the United States Geological Survey. North Carolina Department of Conservation and Development. Atlas includes sea floor topography, rocks, reefs, and wrecks, sediment distribution, sea floor photography, and water characteristics.
Folder 55: Series 9: Genealogies (Cemetery Plats), 1826-1971, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Plat Showing The Old Cemetery at Norfolk Welfare Center, 1967 MayAdd to your cart.
Division of Surveys, Department of Public Works, Norfolk, Virginia. F.B. pg. 139. City Deed no. 627.
Item 2: Cedar Grove Cemetery PlatsAdd to your cart.
Several sheets taped together. Map shows outline of cemetery at Salter Street and Princess Anne Avenue, along with dimensions and alleyways noted, and plats numbered. (Photocopy)
Item 3: A Plan of the Norfolk Burying Ground by Williamson, 1826Add to your cart.
Map shows numbered plats and named alleys, along with dimensions. (Photocopy)
Item 4: Plan Elmwood Cemetery, 1894 April 12Add to your cart.
As compiled April 12, 1894. 154-10. (Photocopy)
Item 5: Extensions of Elmwood Cemetery, 1919 JulyAdd to your cart.
Norfolk, Virginia. Office Director Public Works. Approved by Director Public Welfare, Approved Assistant City Engineer. (Photocopy)
Item 6: Combined Plat Elmwood and Cedar Grove Cemeteries, 1920 October 11Add to your cart.
Office Director Public Works, Norfolk, Virginia. Note - This Plat is compiled from Plats Numbered 154-10, 154-11 and 154-14, 154-5, 154-6, 154-9-154-7. (Photocopy)
Item 7: Plan of Oak Grove Cemetery: Portsmouth, Virginia, 1959 DecemberAdd to your cart.
August 1, 1934. Corrected January 1, 1938. Drawn by S.T. Hartt. Revised December 1959 by … Wilkinson. (Photocopy)
Item 8: Sycamore Gardens: West Point Cemetery, 1966 December, 1971 JuneAdd to your cart.
4 pages. Division of Surveys, Department of Public Works, Norfolk, Virginia. Map 1: Single Grave Section, 33 W.P. 2. Map 2: Subdivision of Blks F,G, and H, 33 W.P.2-A. Map 3: Traced from old map; verified by Kerr. Map 4: Same as Map 2. (Photocopy)
Item 9: Plan of West Point CemeteryAdd to your cart.
City Engineer. 154-13. 3-W.P.-1. (Photocopy)
Folder 56: Series 9: Genealogies (Genealogical Tables: Family Trees and Charts), undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: The Herbert Family Tree: Norfolk County, VirginiaAdd to your cart.
Genealogy of the Herbert Family, prepared and arranged by F.L. Portlock, a descendant of Caleb Herbert I, of England, who came to America in 1640. One version of tree says: "Revised by Robert Burgess Hitchings." This tree made in 1930. Caleb Herbert I was the son of Henry Herbert, Earl of Pembroke, and brother of Edward Henry Herbert and of George Herbert, the poet. Caleb Herbert I came to America from England in 1640 and married Abigail Caison 1643. Their children were Caleb II, who forms the body of this tree, Maximillian, Christopher, Jonah, Joshua, Abigail, Lydia, Hillary, Argyle, Robert, James, and Henry Herbert. (Photocopy)
Folder 57: Series 9: Genealogies (Genealogical Tables: Family Trees and Charts), 1965-1983, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Whitehurst Family ChartAdd to your cart.
Construction Paper.
Item 2: Whitehurst Family ChartAdd to your cart.
Construction Paper.
Item 3: Whitehurst Family ChartAdd to your cart.
Construction Paper.
Item 4: Whitehurst Family ChartAdd to your cart.
Construction Paper.
Item 5: Whitehurst Family ChartAdd to your cart.
Construction Paper.
Item 6: Whitehurst Family ChartAdd to your cart.
Construction Paper.
Item 7: Whitehurst Family ChartAdd to your cart.
Construction Paper.
Item 8: Whitehurst Family Chart: No. 1, 1965 November 5Add to your cart.
Richard Whitehurst and Ellen, his wife. Lower Norfolk County Deed Book C, p. 91 and p. 122. Will made May 1, ..., Will proved June 22, 1654. Chart No. 1 covers the descendants of James. November 5, 1965, J. Carlyle Stephens. (Photocopy)
Item 9: Whitehurst Family Chart: No. 2, 1965 November 5Add to your cart.
Richard Whitehurst and Ellen, his wife. Lower Norfolk County Deed Book C, p. 91 and p. 122. Will made May 1, ..., Will proved June 22, 1654. Chart No. 2 covers the descendants of Robert and John. November 5, 1965, J. Carlyle Stephens. (Photocopy)
Item 10: Whitehurst Family Chart: No. 3, 1965 November 5Add to your cart.
Richard Whitehurst and Ellen, his wife. Lower Norfolk County Deed Book C, p. 91 and p. 122. Will made May 1, ..., Will proved June 22, 1654. Chart No. 3 covers the descendants of Richard. November 5, 1965, J. Carlyle Stephens. (Photocopy)
Item 11: Whitehurst Family Chart, 1650-1983Add to your cart.
Richard Whitehurst, Attorney Lower Norfolk County, Deed Book C, p. 91. Will made May 1…' proved June 22, 1654. M. Ellen - (See Book C, p. 122). Chart is written in pencil including colored pencil; chart is written on the back of Norfolk Coca-Cola Bottling Plant blueprints.
Folder 58: Series 9: Genealogies (Genealogical Tables: Family Trees and Charts), 1936-1974, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Andersons Family Chart, after 1936Add to your cart.
This chart is prepared for Alexander F. Anderson of Cincinnati, Ohio, from the chart of Edward Lowell Anderson, prepared in 1912 by William Clayton Torrence from the scattered records available in the Virginias, amplified from the "Anderson Family Records" compiled by W.P. Anderson in 1936, and from current data. The final compilation, writing and presentment, is by Luke S. Murdock. Lithographed in United States by Gibson-Perin Company, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Item 2: The Kirkcudbrightshire and Virginian Family of Bell, 1974Add to your cart.
Original compiled by A.B. 13th generation. June 1924 - June 1926, copied by Elizabeth Jernigan Robison, Spring 1974.
Item 3: Thomas Brock Family Chart, 1964 January 4Add to your cart.
This chart has been made from data in "Thomas Brock's Book", the property of Mrs. Ella B. Nimmo. - J. Carlyle Stephens, January 4, 1964.
Item 4: Brooke and Parker Family ChartAdd to your cart.
Donated by Grace Parker Tazewell July 28, 2010. -Robert B. Hitchings. Written in both pencil and pen.
Item 5: Butler Family ChartAdd to your cart.
Donated to Robert Hitchings, Sargeant Memorial Collection, Eve Butler-Gee, October 11, 2012.
Item 6: Corbin Pedigree of Warwickshire and StaffordshireAdd to your cart.
Prominent names in family chart include: Corbin, Thoroughgood, Taylor, Lightfood, Selden, Saunders, Yeo, and Tunstall. Donated by Grace Parker Tazewell, July 28, 2010, Robert B. Hitchings. (Photocopy)
Item 7: Du Pont Family ChartAdd to your cart.
Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours at top of chart. Extra information provided in pencil.
Folder 59: Series 9: Genealogies (Genealogical Tables: Family Trees and Charts), 1189-1996, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Hedrick Family Chart: Descendants of Captain Peter Hedrick and Henry C. Hedrick Family, circa 1955Add to your cart.
Alice M. Hedrick September 7, 1955. Norman L. Hedrick, Norfolk, Virginia 1978.
Item 2: A Genealogical Table of the Nimmo Family in America, 1700-1951Add to your cart.
From A.D. 1700 to the Present Time. Dated February 1900. Compiled by J.H. Granbery, drawn by M.W. Barrett. Descendants of James Nimmo added to 1951. Chart also includes list of civil and military service details. 1 copy of chart is backwards reverse image. (Photocopy)
Item 3: The Olds (Old, Ould) Family Tree in England and America, circa 1189-1914Add to your cart.
(Photocopy)
Item 4: Pasteur Family ChartAdd to your cart.
Several sheets taped together. The above data, and much more on the Pasteur family, can be found in "Valentine Papers", pages 2285 and 2286. - FDB. Published genealogies: Pitkin, Stanley, Olmstead, Hills Compendium of American Genealogy Savage: General Dictionary of New England, The Huguenot: No. 3, 1927 Family records. (Photocopy)
Item 5: A Partial Chart of the Descendants of Captain Joseph and Hannah Hunter Riddick of North-Eastern Tidewater North Carolina and Tidewater Virginia, circa 1966Add to your cart.
Compiled from information published by Mrs. Dare Boone, Mrs. J.L. Joset, Mrs.J.T. Rhodes, and Mrs. J.C. Stephens. J. Carlyle Stephens, April 5, 1966. (Photocopy)
Item 6: Tatem Family Chart, 1996Add to your cart.
There is a letter or record from an Anthony Walke and Company, on behalf of Neighbors - Tucker and Bedford, Merchants in Barbados, - asking for a copy of the will of Nathaniel Tatem, who died around 1700. The will was filed there. Eugenia Herbert Portlock Joyce, 1805-1996. (Photocopy)
Item 7: The Adam Thorowgood Family of Tidewater Virginia, 1959 January 22Add to your cart.
J. Carlyle Stephens, January 22, 1959. (Photocopy)
Item 8: The Adam Thorowgood Family of Tidewater Virginia, 1962 April 25Add to your cart.
J. Carlyle Stephens, January 22, 1959. Revised and enlarged April 25, 1962. J. Carlyle Stephens. (Photocopy)
Folder 60: Series 9: Genealogies (Genealogical Tables: Family Trees and Charts), 1958-1979, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Walke Family in VirginiaAdd to your cart.
Based upon data obtained from Records in Lower Norfolk and Princess Anne Counties, Family Bibles, etc. (Photocopy)
Item 2: Collateral Connections of the Walke Family of VirginiaAdd to your cart.
Based upon data obtained from Records in Lower Norfolk and Princess Anne Counties, Family Bibles and etc. (Photocopy)
Item 3: The Walke Family of Virginia, 1958 JuneAdd to your cart.
Prepared by E. Bradford Tazewell, Jr., June 1958. (Photocopy)
Item 4: The Washington Connection: A Royal Pedigree, 1979Add to your cart.
Produced by J.E. Cobb, Jr., Colonel United States of America, Retired. Contributions from the staff, Mount Vernon Ladies Association and W. Blount Stewart, Professional genealogist. Copyright 1979 The Durant Publishing Company, Alexandra, Virginia. (Photocopy)
Item 5: Whitehead, Taylor, and Calvert Family Chart, 1961Add to your cart.
William E. Bobbitt, 1961. Donated by Grace Parker Tazewell July 28, 2010, Robert B. Hitchings. (Photocopy)
Item 6: Daniel Barraud Family ChartAdd to your cart.
Given in memory of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Willcox, by Jenny Willcox and Family, July 2nd 2013. (Photocopy)
Item 7: Dr. Alexander Tunstall Family ChartAdd to your cart.
Given in memory of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Willcox, by Jenny Willcox and Family, July 2nd 2013. (Photocopy)
Item 8: The York and Virginia (United States) FamilyAdd to your cart.
Given in memory of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Willcox, by Jenny Willcox and Family, July 2nd 2013. (Photocopy)
Item 9: Thomas Walke Family ChartAdd to your cart.
Given in memory of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Willcox, by Jenny Willcox and Family, July 2nd 2013. (Photocopy)
Item 10: Richard Taylor and Elizabeth Calvert Family ChartAdd to your cart.
Given in memory of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Willcox, by Jenny Willcox and Family, July 2nd 2013. (Photocopy)
Item 11: Randall Holt Family ChartAdd to your cart.
Given in memory of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Willcox, by Jenny Willcox and Family, July 2nd 2013. (Photocopy)
Item 12: Alexander Tunstall Family ChartAdd to your cart.
Given in memory of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Willcox, by Jenny Willcox and Family, July 2nd 2013. (Photocopy)
Item 13: Willoughby Chart by Elizabeth B. WingoAdd to your cart.
By Elizabeth B. Wingo. (Photocopy)
Item 14: Families of Woodhouse, Lovitt, and ThorowgoodAdd to your cart.
This chart shows the first members of the three Princess Anne County families, - Woodhouse, Lovitt, and Thorowgood - and intermarriages among their descendants. J. Carlyle Stephens, September 23, 1959. (Photocopy)
Item 15: Families of Woodhouse, Lovitt, and ThorowgoodAdd to your cart.
This chart shows the first members of the three Princess Anne County families, - Woodhouse, Lovitt, and Thorowgood - and intermarriages among their descendants. J. Carlyle Stephens September 23, 1959. Updated for my family April 2003, Alice Beverley Burnett Dodson. (Photocopy)
Item 16: Woodhouse Family Chart, 1960 November 1Add to your cart.
This chart end, generally with the generations (8-9) living at the beginning of the present century. It is available for reproduction, with my compliments, to those members of the family who wish to obtain prints from it. Space has been left for the addition of individual family records on the print. November 1, 1960, J. Carlyle Stephens. (Photocopy)
Item 17: Yeardly Family ChartAdd to your cart.
Donated by Carol Hanna Branch, Norfolk, Virginia. July 21, 2012, Robert B. Hitchings. (Photocopy)
Folder 61: Series 10: ExtrasAdd to your cart.
Folder 61 is located in the SMC Closed Stacks.
Item 1: Map Business District Norfolk, 1942Add to your cart.
Map by Wagner, revised. Published by The A. C. Wagner Co., Cincinnati, Ohio.
Item 2: The Road to Survival: Your Family Survival Plan, circa 1960sAdd to your cart.
Pamphlet. Office of Civil Defense, Norfolk, Virginia. Includes Legend of Escape Routes.
Item 3: Proposed Boulevard, City of Norfolk, Virginia, circa 1930sAdd to your cart.
Joseph W. Wells, Architect. Proposed by John J. Shanahan. Road approximately follows present day Brambleton Boulevard.
Folder 62: Series 10: ExtrasAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Map of Talbot County, Maryland, undatedAdd to your cart.
Smith & Company, Philadelphia. Star denotes school houses.
Item 2: Progress Map, Jamestown Exposition on Hampton Roads, Virginia, 1907 June 1Add to your cart.
Plan of Exposition Grounds and Buildings. Made by W. R. Kelly, Division of Works. Includes a topographical "Norfolk Special Map" on reverse side showing the Hampton Roads region.
Item 3: Map of Norfolk Business District, 1929Add to your cart.
Published by Henry Eagleton. Copyright by Henry Eagleton, 1929. C. R. McIntire, Delineator. Compliments of Captain Henry Eagleton.
Item 4: Virginia Electric and Power Company, Norfolk, Virginia, 1951 AugustAdd to your cart.
Published by Washington Division, Electric Railroaders' Association, August 1951. Drawn by Charles J. Murphy. 1947 data furnished by H. T. Crittenden. VEPCO Lines 1947 - Norfolk & Southern Electric Lines - Others.
Item 5: Redevelopment in Norfolk, 1956Add to your cart.
Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority, Redevelopment Project No. 1. Also includes Atlantic City Redevelopment Project and features Young Park, Calvert Park, and Tidewater Park, along with several parks and public ground areas.
Folder 63: Series 10: ExtrasAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Directory Map of Norfolk, Portsmouth, Berkley, and Vicinity, 1902Add to your cart.
From the 1902 Norfolk and Portsmouth City Directory, Hill Directory Company.
Item 2: Directory Map of Norfolk, Portsmouth, Berkley, and Vicinity, 1903Add to your cart.
From the 1903 Norfolk and Portsmouth City Directory, Hill Directory Company.
Item 3: Directory Map of Norfolk, Portsmouth, Berkley, and Vicinity, 1904Add to your cart.
From the 1904 Norfolk and Portsmouth City Directory, Hill Directory Company.
Item 4: Directory Map of Norfolk, Portsmouth, Berkley, and Vicinity, 1905Add to your cart.
From the 1905 Norfolk and Portsmouth City Directory, Hill Directory Company.
Item 5: Directory Map of Norfolk, Portsmouth, Berkley, and Vicinity, 1907Add to your cart.
From the 1907 Map from Norfolk and Portsmouth City Directory.
Item 6: Directory Map of Norfolk, Portsmouth, Berkley, and Vicinity, 1907Add to your cart.
From the 1907 Map from Norfolk and Portsmouth City Directory. Copy 2.
Item 7: Map of Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Vicinity, 1908Add to your cart.
E. Lee MacFarlane. Copyright 1908 by Hill Directory Company, Norfolk and Richmond, Virginia. From the 1913 Norfolk and Portsmouth City Directory, Hill Directory Company.
Folder 64: Series 10: ExtrasAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Revised Map of Norfolk and Vicinity (Folder 1 of 3), 1923Add to your cart.
Compiled from Maps of Record. Copyright 1923, C. R. McIntire, C. E., Norfolk, Virginia. Includes Plates 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, and 13.
Folder 65: Series 10: ExtrasAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Revised Map of Norfolk and Vicinity (Folder 2 of 3), 1923Add to your cart.
Compiled from Maps of Record. Copyright 1923, C. R. McIntire, C. E., Norfolk, Virginia. Includes Plates 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 12, 14, 15, and 16.
Folder 66: Series 10: ExtrasAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Revised Map of Norfolk and Vicinity (Folder 3 of 3), 1923Add to your cart.
Compiled from Maps of Record. Copyright 1923, C. R. McIntire, C. E., Norfolk, Virginia. Includes Index Map and Plates 32, 33, 34, 35, and 36.
Folder 67: Series 10: ExtrasAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Gray's New Map of Norfolk, 1877Add to your cart.
Combined Map of Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Berkley. Upper Sheet. Norfolk County, Virginia. Drawn from Special Surveys.
Item 2: Gray's New Map of Portsmouth and Berkley, 1877Add to your cart.
Combined Map of Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Berkley. Lower Sheet. Norfolk County, Virginia. Drawn from Special Surveys.
Folder 68: Series 10: ExtrasAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Aerial Photograph of Roland Park area of Norfolk, Virginia, circa 1960Add to your cart.
Aerial Survey by Photo Craftsmen, Incorporated, Norfolk, Virginia. Photo shows Virginian Railway, Widgeon Road, Philpotts Road, Muskogee Avenue, Kenosha Avenue, Waukesha Avenue, Roland Drive, and Tidewater Drive marked in green. Orange lines mark new ramps for planned overpass.
Item 2: Aerial Photograph of Suburban Acres area of Norfolk, Virginia, circa 1960Add to your cart.
Aerial Survey by Photo Craftsmen, Incorporated, Norfolk, Virginia. Photo shows Virginian Railway, Widgeon Road, Thole Street, Naval Base Road, and Easy Street marked in green.
Item 3: Aerial Photograph of Willowwood area of Norfolk, Virginia, circa 1960Add to your cart.
Aerial Survey by Photo Craftsmen, Incorporated, Norfolk, Virginia. Photo shows Virginian Railway, Brightley Road, Norview Avenue, Glenrick Street, Blanch Drive, Willowwood Drive, Bell's Road, Cromwell Drive, Tarrall Avenue, Bapaume Avenue, Alsace Avenue, and Tidewater Drive marked in green. Lakewood Park is in bottom-left portion of image. Wayne Creek is on left side of image.
Item 4: Aerial Photograph of Wards Corner area of Norfolk, Virginia, circa 1960Add to your cart.
Photo shows Granby Street (running top-bottom of image), Little Creek Road (running along bottom of image). Wards Corner shopping center is at bottom-left. Former Norfolk Academy and Newport Avenue are on right side of image.
Item 5: Aerial Photograph of Bolling Brook and Suburban Acres areas of Norfolk, Virginia, circa 1960Add to your cart.
4. Photo shows Granby Street (running from top to bottom-left corner of image). Granby High School is left of image center. Thole Street runs from Granby Street in front of Granby High School to right side of image.
Folder 69: Series 10: ExtrasAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Cadastral Map of Norfolk, Virginia, circa 1920sAdd to your cart.
Printed by New York Blue Print Paper Company, New York. Series of cadastral maps showing neighborhoods and estates in Norfolk, Virginia. Includes maps 1-12 and 15-16.
Folder 70: Series 10: ExtrasAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Plan of The Ribble Place, Norfolk, Virginia, 1896 MayAdd to your cart.
(Photocopy). Map Book 1, page 18. Surveyed by Ferds Hanselman. Map shows Ghent Bridge, Smiths Creeek, Duke Street, Mowbray Arch, Botetourt Street, Pembroke Avenue, Marys Avenue, Olney Road, and Hamilton Avenue.
Item 2: Plan of Proposed City Park, Norfolk, Virginia, 1893 NovemberAdd to your cart.
(Photocopy). James Riddle, Civil Engineer.
Item 3: Lafayette Park: Illustrative Master Plan, circa 1980Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; City of Norfolk, Norfolk Tour. Prepared by the staff of the Norfolk Department of Parks and Recreation.
Folder 71: Series 10: ExtrasAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Map of Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1968 October 2Add to your cart.
Series of 6 hand-drawn maps; B-3607, 10/2/68, FB.# V.B. 2 pg 3. Transparent maps show area around Wolfsnare Creek, with numbers. Labeled roads include Harris Road, Little Neck Road, and Little Haven Road.
Folder 72: Series 10: ExtrasAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Zoning District Map, Norfolk, Virginia, 1950 JanuaryAdd to your cart.
From Norfolk Virginian-Pilot, February 10, 1950. City Planning Commission Norfolk, Virginia. Plate II City Plan.
Item 2: Map of City of Portsmouth, Virginia and Environs, 1981Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; for Portsmouth-Chesapeake Board of Realtors, Inc. and Portsmouth Chamber of Commerce. By Baldwin and Gregg, Ltd., Norfolk, Virginia. Copyright 1981. MSS 2016-001.
Item 3: Hampton Newport News Street Map and Norfolk Portsmouth Chesapeake Street Map, 1970Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; American Oil Company. Copyright 1970 by Rand McNally and Company. Lithographed in United States.
Item 4: Topographic Map, Virginia - North Carolina, Norfolk Quadrangle, 1935Add to your cart.
Edition of June 1902, reprinted 1935. Henry Gannett, Chief Topographer. MSS 2017-014.
Item 5: Topographic Map, Lafayette Park, 1932 AugustAdd to your cart.
(Photocopy). City of Norfolk, Virginia, Department of Public Works, Division of Surveys.
Item 6: Cadastral Map, Norfolk, Virginia, 1929Add to your cart.
(Photocopy). Copyright by Nathan Nirenstein, 1929. 1929 Tax Rate - $29.10 Per M. Map shows owners and lots from approximately Bute Street to Main Street, and from Bank Street to Duke Street.
Item 7: Topographic Map, Lafayette Park, 1998Add to your cart.
(Photocopy). Shows topographical features in and around Lafayette Park; sections of the zoo are labeled.
Item 8: Project Boundary Map: Atlantic City Project, 1956 DecemberAdd to your cart.
Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority. Charles K. Agle - Consultant. Revised June 1957. A2.
Item 9: A Plan for Downtown Norfolk, after 1990Add to your cart.
The aerial view shows Norfolk as it can look in the year 2000.
Item 10: Downtown Norfolk 1990 Plan, before 1990Add to your cart.
This document was prepared for the Industrial Development Authority of the City of Norfolk by Wallace, Roberts and Todd, Architects, Landscape Architects, Urban and Ecological Planners of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Folder 73: Series 10: ExtrasAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Cadastral Maps, Downtown Norfolk Historic District Plates, undatedAdd to your cart.
(Photocopy). Series of 7 cadastral maps; plates 724, 728, 729, 733, 734, 740, and 741. Maps shows parcels in downtown Norfolk area, along with prices. Some buildings have years built, written in red ink.
Folder 74: Series 10: ExtrasAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Charlotte County, Virginia, 1971 January 1Add to your cart.
Showing Primary and Secondary Highways. Prepared by the Department of Highways, Richmond, Virginia. Commonwealth of Virginia. Charlotte County, 19.
Item 2: Dinwiddie County, Virginia, 1965 January 1Add to your cart.
Showing Primary and Secondary Highways. Prepared by the Department of Highways, Richmond, Virginia. Commonwealth of Virginia. Dinwiddie County, 26.
Item 3: Halifax County, Virginia, 1971 January 1Add to your cart.
Showing Primary and Secondary Highways. Prepared by the Department of Highways, Richmond, Virginia. Commonwealth of Virginia. Halifax County, 41.
Item 4: Supplement A: Halifax County, Virginia, 1971 January 1Add to your cart.
Primary and Secondary Highway Systems, Department of Highways, Richmond, Virginia. Commonwealth of Virginia. Halifax County, 41-A.
Item 5: Henry County, Virginia, 1971 January 1Add to your cart.
Showing Primary and Secondary Highways. Prepared by the Department of Highways, Richmond, Virginia. Commonwealth of Virginia. Henry County, 44.
Item 6: Supplement A: Henry County, Virginia, 1971 January 1Add to your cart.
Primary and Secondary Highway Systems, Department of Highways, Richmond, Virginia. Commonwealth of Virginia. Henry County, 44-A.
Item 7: Lunenburg County, Virginia, 1963 January 1Add to your cart.
Showing Primary and Secondary Highways. Prepared by the Department of Highways, Richmond, Virginia. Commonwealth of Virginia. Lunenburg County, 55.
Item 8: Mecklenburg County, Virginia, 1971 January 1Add to your cart.
Showing Primary and Secondary Highways. Prepared by the Department of Highways, Richmond, Virginia. Commonwealth of Virginia. Mecklenburg County, 58.
Item 9: Supplement A: Mecklenburg County, Virginia, 1971 January 1Add to your cart.
Primary and Secondary Highway Systems, Department of Highways, Richmond, Virginia. Commonwealth of Virginia. Mecklenburg County, 58-A.
Item 10: Nansemond County, Virginia, 1963 January 1Add to your cart.
Showing Primary and Secondary Highways. Prepared by the Department of Highways, Richmond, Virginia. Commonwealth of Virginia. Nansemond County, 61.
Item 11: Pittsylvania County, Virginia, 1971 January 1Add to your cart.
Showing Primary and Secondary Highways. Prepared by the Department of Highways, Richmond, Virginia. Commonwealth of Virginia. Pittsylvania County, 71.
Item 12: Supplement A: Pittsylvania County, 1971 January 1Add to your cart.
Primary and Secondary Highway Systems, Department of Highways, Richmond, Virginia. Commonwealth of Virginia. Pittsylvania County, 71-A.
Item 13: Supplement B: Pittsylvania County, 1971 January 1Add to your cart.
Primary and Secondary Highway Systems, Department of Highways, Richmond, Virginia. Commonwealth of Virginia. Pittsylvania County, 71-B.
Folder 75: Series 10: ExtrasAdd to your cart.
Item 1: New City Map of Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Vicinity, 1914Add to your cart.
Engraved and printed by Interstate Map Company. Copyright 1914 by Interstate Map Company, Newark, New Jersey. From the 1914 Norfolk and Portsmouth City Directory, Hill Directory Company.
Item 2: Map of Country Between Norfolk and Lynn Haven River, 1881 NovemberAdd to your cart.
Princess Anne County, Virginia. J. E. Hilgard, Assistant in Charge. Number 404a.
Folder 76: Series 10: ExtrasAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Cherbourg and Caen, France, 1943Add to your cart.
Published by War Office 1914. 4th Edition 1943. Sheet 3a and 8.
Folder 77: Series 10: ExtrasAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Norfolk 1851, 1851Add to your cart.
(Photocopy). Shows streets, historical events, and historical places with years included.
Item 2: National Board of Fire Underwriters, 1949 SeptemberAdd to your cart.
Committee on Fire Prevention and Engineering Standards, Norfolk, Virginia. Report No. 91. Map shows locations of water supply and fire departments.
Item 3: Hand-drawn Map of Section of 17th Century Virginia Beach, Virginia, undatedAdd to your cart.
(Photocopy). Map shows Chain of Title to Gaskins, beginning in 1662 with Savill Gaskins and ending in 1834 with William Boush. Map labels owners of land between First Court Road and Virginia Beach Boulevard, along the western branch of the Lynnhaven River.
Item 4: Map of Saint Mary's Cemetery, Norfolk, Virginia, 1921 OctoberAdd to your cart.
Baldwin and Benson, Civil Engineers, Norfolk, Virginia. 33-E.
Folder 78: Series 10: ExtrasAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Sheet Layout, The City of Norfolk, Virginia, undatedAdd to your cart.
(Photocopied). Horizontal Control. Photocopied map notation "207 Aerials." Includes large boxes over the City of Norfolk with numbers, indicating a key sheet.
Item 2: Key Map, City of Norfolk, undatedAdd to your cart.
(Photocopied). Division of Surveys, Department of Public Works, Norfolk, Virginia. City of Norfolk is divided into numbered blocks.
Item 3: Inventory of Historic Resources Norfolk, Virginia, undatedAdd to your cart.
City Planning Commission Norfolk, Virginia. Map C. Shows Ghent Historic District National Register Boundary.
Item 4: Plan of Part of the Borough of Norfolk, undatedAdd to your cart.
(Photocopy). 1-4-27. Original held by Museum, Drawn 1764. M. B. Ap 26. Checked in City Clerks Office 3-1-51 by Whalen.
Item 5: Building Zone Map of Norfolk, 1924 August 19Add to your cart.
Prepared by the City Planning Commission. Technical Advisory Corporation, Consulting Engineers, New York.
Item 6: Map of Norfolk and Portsmouth, Virginia, 1962Add to your cart.
Copyright Map Corporation of America, Boston, Massachusetts. Distributed by Norfolk News Agency. Mapco.
Item 7: Revised Plan of Lafayette Residence Park, 1908 October 31Add to your cart.
(Photocopy - blueprint). Arthur C. Freeman, Engineer - Contractor, Norfolk, Virginia.
Item 8: Glenwood Park and Annex Map, circa 1910Add to your cart.
Number 127. Morrie Company, Pictorial Maps, Tracings, etc.
Folder 79: Series 10: ExtrasAdd to your cart.
Item 1: F. Klemm's Map of Baltimore and Suburbs, Showing All Property Lines Within the Proposed Extension of Nearly Two Miles Beyond the Present City Limits, 1873Add to your cart.
Compiled from actual Surveys by S. J. Martinet, City Surveyor. Published by F. Klemm, Baltimore, Maryland. Lithographed by A. Hoen and Company, Baltimore, Maryland.
Item 2: The Rand McNally New Commercial Atlas Map of South Carolina, 1913Add to your cart.
Copyright 1903 by Rand McNally and Company. Rand McNally and Company, Map Publishers and Engravers, Chicago, 1913. Map shows South Carolina railroads, including electric lines and steamship lines.
Item 3: Champion Map of Norfolk, Virginia and Vicinity, 1982Add to your cart.
Copyright 1982 Champion Map Corporation, Charlotte, North Carolina. MSS 2016-001.
Item 4: Virginia: Official State Transportation Map, 2002-2004Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Virginia Department of Transportation.Copyright 2003, Commonwealth of Virginia.
Item 5: South Carolina State Highway Primary System, 1970 January 1Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; issued for free distribution by South Carolina State Highway Department, Columbia, South Carolina.
Item 6: ADC's Chart of Southern Chesapeake Bay, 1983Add to your cart.
2nd edition; includes Loran C. Copyright ADC of Alexandria, Inc., Alexandria, Virginia. Covers Smith Point Light, Tangier Island to Hampton Roads, Cape Henry. Stock number 13700.
Item 7: Map of Norfolk and Portsmouth, Virginia, circa 1960Add to your cart.
Copyright Map Corporation of America, Boston, Massachusetts. Distributed by Norfolk News Agency. Mapco.
Folder 80: Series 10: ExtrasAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Map of Norfolk, England, undatedAdd to your cart.
Item 2: Rand McNally Imperial Map of the United States of America, undatedAdd to your cart.
Copyright by Rand McNally and Company. Lithographed in the United States of America. Map shows Nor'easters from 1928 to 1962, drawn in black pen.
Item 3: Hurricane Tracking Chart, 1973 September 12Add to your cart.
Presented as a public service by The Virginian-Pilot. Supplement to The Virginian-Pilot, Wednesday, September 12, 1973.
Item 4: North Carolina and South Carolina: Road Map with Pictorial Guide, 1951Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Esso Standard Oil Company.
Item 5: North Carolina, 1962Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; North Carolina State Highway Commission. Lithographed by A. Hoen and Company.
Item 6: Eastern North Carolina: A Vacationist's Map and Guide, undatedAdd to your cart.
John Sink. Lithographed in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, United States of America. By Winston Printing Company.
Item 7: Sportsmen's Guides: Hunting and Fishing Chart Number 15, 1955Add to your cart.
Covering Eastern North Carolina from Currituck Sound to Ocracoke Inlet for Hunters, Fresh and Salt Water Fishermen. Complete Information for Hunting and Fishing. Copyright 1955 by Sportsmen's Guides, Inc. Hyattsville, Maryland.
Item 8: Virginia Roadmap, 2000Add to your cart.
UniversalMap. Copyright 2000 Bass Hotels and Resorts, Inc. Cartography by Custom Cartographics. www.universalmap.com.
Item 9: Historic Garden Week: Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Transportation Map, 1987 April 18 - April 26Add to your cart.
Pamphlet; Historic Garden Week April 18 through April 26, 1987. Sponsored by The Garden Club of Virginia.
Folder 81: Series 10: ExtrasAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Map of Linkhorn Park, 1916 NovemberAdd to your cart.
(Photocopy). Property of Virginia Beach Development Company and Adjacent Properties. Princess Anne County, Virginia. John M. Baldwin, Civil Engineer. C.A. Neff, Golf Architect, Norfolk, Virginia. C.R. McIntire, Delineator. Plans for housing development.
Item 2: Lafayette Park, Norfolk, Virginia, 1925 July 22Add to your cart.
(Photocopy). Sketch Map Showing Suggested Changes, Department of Public Welfare, September 1923. Traced from blue print, Department of Public Works, Survey Division, Norfolk, Virginia. July 22, 1925. Traced by Parlett.
Item 3: Kempsville, 1918Add to your cart.
(Photocopy). Hand-drawn map by May Agnes Smith, June 1984.
Item 4: Subdivision A: Norview, 1920 JuneAdd to your cart.
Property of The Norview Realty Corporation, Norfolk County, Virginia. Baldwin and Benson, Civil Engineers, Norfolk, Virginia. June 1920.
Item 5: Inventory of Historic Resources Norfolk, Virginia, undatedAdd to your cart.
(Photocopy). City Planning Commission Norfolk, Virginia. Map B. Shows West Freemason Historic District National Register Boundary.
Item 6: Sheet Layout, The City of Norfolk, Virginia, undatedAdd to your cart.
(Photocopy). Copy 2. Horizontal Control. Photocopied map notation "207 Aerials."
Item 7: Proposed Zoning District Map, 1948 AugustAdd to your cart.
City Planning Commission, Norfolk, Virginia. City Plan, Plate - 2.
Item 8: Zoning District Map, 1950 JanuaryAdd to your cart.
City Planning Commission, Norfolk, Virginia. City Plan, Plate - II. Revised March 1962.
Item 9: Census Tract Map, Norfolk, Virginia, 2002 FebruaryAdd to your cart.
Map compiled, designed, and produced by The Department of Planning, February 2002. Base data obtained from aerial photography taken in April/May of 1993, with selected revisions.
Item 10: Postcensus Map, 1990 June 20Add to your cart.
Parent Sheet 1. Base map generated using digital data obtained at 1:100000 scale through a cooperative program with the United States Geological Survey, Department of the Interior.
Item 11: Map of Norfolk, Virginia Harbor and Surroundings, 1884Add to your cart.
(Photocopy). Published by J. L. Smith.
Folder 82: Series 10: ExtrasAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Norfolk Public Libraries, City of Norfolk, 2003 OctoberAdd to your cart.
Map compiled and produced by the Department of Planning and Community Development, October 2003. Map is mounted on foam board.

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[Folder 31: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk Cadastral Maps and Plats: Neighborhoods), 1861-1973, undated],
[Folder 32: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk Cadastral Maps and Plats: Neighborhoods), 1816-1998, undated],
[Folder 33: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk Cadastral Maps and Plats: Neighborhoods), 1873-2001, undated],
[Folder 34: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk Cadastral Maps and Plats: Series), 1884-1900],
[Folder 35: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk Cadastral Maps and Plats: Series), 1889, undated],
[Folder 36: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Norfolk Technical Drawings), 1694-1982, undated],
[Folder 37: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Portsmouth), 1779-1976, undated],
[Folder 38: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Portsmouth), 1799-1976, undated],
[Folder 39: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Chesapeake), 1948-1982],
[Folder 40: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Virginia Beach), 1959-1974, undated],
[Folder 41: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Virginia Beach), 1896-1991, undated],
[Folder 42: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Virginia Beach), 1791-1955, undated],
[Folder 43: Series 4: Hampton Roads Maps (Suffolk and Southwest Hampton Roads), 1816-1977, undated],
[Folder 44: Series 5: Nautical Charts, 1690-1992, undated],
[Folder 45: Series 5: Nautical Charts, 1975-1985],
[Folder 46: Series 5: Nautical Charts, 1882-1974],
[Folder 47: Series 5: Nautical Charts, 1974-1976],
[Folder 48: Series 5: Nautical Charts, 1974-1984],
[Folder 49: Series 6: Geological Maps (Mineral Resources and Gravity), 1861-1980],
[Folder 50: Series 6: Geological Maps (Soil and Geology), 1903-1978, undated],
[Folder 51: Series 7: Aerial Photographs, 1937-1958, undated],
[Folder 52: Series 7: Aerial Photographs, 1959],
[Folder 53: Series 7: Aerial Photographs, 1965-1985, undated],
[Folder 54: Series 8: Atlases, 1930-1974],
[Folder 55: Series 9: Genealogies (Cemetery Plats), 1826-1971, undated],
[Folder 56: Series 9: Genealogies (Genealogical Tables: Family Trees and Charts), undated],
[Folder 57: Series 9: Genealogies (Genealogical Tables: Family Trees and Charts), 1965-1983, undated],
[Folder 58: Series 9: Genealogies (Genealogical Tables: Family Trees and Charts), 1936-1974, undated],
[Folder 59: Series 9: Genealogies (Genealogical Tables: Family Trees and Charts), 1189-1996, undated],
[Folder 60: Series 9: Genealogies (Genealogical Tables: Family Trees and Charts), 1958-1979, undated],
[Folder 61: Series 10: Extras],
[Folder 62: Series 10: Extras],
[Folder 63: Series 10: Extras],
[Folder 64: Series 10: Extras],
[Folder 65: Series 10: Extras],
[Folder 66: Series 10: Extras],
[Folder 67: Series 10: Extras],
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[Folder 70: Series 10: Extras],
[Folder 71: Series 10: Extras],
[Folder 72: Series 10: Extras],
[Folder 73: Series 10: Extras],
[Folder 74: Series 10: Extras],
[Folder 75: Series 10: Extras],
[Folder 76: Series 10: Extras],
[Folder 77: Series 10: Extras],
[Folder 78: Series 10: Extras],
[Folder 79: Series 10: Extras],
[Folder 80: Series 10: Extras],
[Folder 81: Series 10: Extras],
[Folder 82: Series 10: Extras],
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