Boundaries: Range 7-26 and Township 1-16
Shows location of: Claresholm, Leavings, Macleod, Pearce, Standoff, Cardston, Leavitt, Aetna, Colles, Raley, Kimball, Taylorville, Fort Kipp N.W.M.P., Lethbridge, Whoopup, Kipp, St. Mary, Magrath, Spring Coulee, Crowsnest Jun, Coaldale, Chin, Stirling, Raymond, Woodpecker, New Dayton, Warner, Milk River, Couts, Wetmore, Purple Springs, Grassy Lake, Burdett, Bow Island, Winnifred, Whitla, Seven Persons, Langevin, Suffield and Bowell
Also shows location of: G.N. Ry Saskatoon; C.T.P. Ry to Calgary; Montana, Taber & Edmonton, Lethbridge-Weyburn & Winnipeg C.P. Ry; Alberta Railway and Coal, Blood I.R. 148, other unlabelled railways and landforms.
Printed in red type on the top, center of the map: "Write for Information to The George M. Hatch Land Co. Successors to Hatch & Coons Farms Lands, Lethbridge, - Alberta, - Can."
Printed in red type on the left side of the map: "Come to Sunny Southern Alberta and the Lethbridge District Where One Crop Pays for the Land. This is now the most Productive Wheat District in the World. For Information call on Hatch & Coons Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada"
The entire back of the map has printed information under the following headings: Climate, Taxes, Schools, General, Settlers' Effects Duty Free, Prizes at Seed Fair, Lethbridge Wheat Took the Prize, Lethbridge Has ..., Lethbridge is the Capital of Southern Alberta and Letters From Satisfied Settlers (A. L. Foster, Rebecca M. Wisler, H.M. Shaw, O. D. Weeks and John Wilson)
Under the heading, "Hatch & Coons Lethbridge, Alberta, Can. Dealers in Farm Lands" there is a photograph of a wagon and car in a field captioned, "The Great West No Longer A Wild West"
There are some pencilled in numbers on the map.
Boundaries: R. 22-27 and Tp 3-9
Shows location of: Towns and landforms
Legend includes: Chernozemic Soils; Solonetzic Soils; Gleysolic Soils and Regosolic Soils
Reference includes: Roads - paved; Roads - gravel and elevated; Roads - dirt road or bladed car trail; Roads - car trail; Railway; Bench mark; Elevation; Topography boundary; Soil boundary; Soil zone boundary
Topography includes: Level to Undulating; Gently rolling; Rolling; Hilly; Rough broken land adjacent to stream courses
Scale - 1 inch to 2 miles or 1:126720
All Elevations in Feet above Mean Sea Level
Soil Information by the Canada Department of Agriculture with the co-operation of the Research Council of Alberta and the University of Alberta.
Drawn and published by the Soil Research Institute, Research Branch, Canada Department of Agriculture, Ottawa, 1963, Printed by the Surveys and Mapping Branch of Mines and Technical Surveys.
A "Key Map" and "Diagram of Township" are on the lower, right-hand side of map.