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Calgary : Alberta - British Columbia west of fifth meridian

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Material Type
Map
Accession No.
20111051004
Physical Description
1 map : col. ; 58 x 74 cm
Scope and Content
Boundaries: 51 to 52 degrees latitude (N) and 114 to 116 degrees longitude (W) / Tp 24-35 and R1-14. Reference includes: Roads: hard surface, all weather more than 2 lanes / 2 lanes / less than 2 lanes; loose surface, all weather 2 lanes or more / less than 2 lanes / dry weather; wagon; cart track,…
Material Type
Map
Creator
Surveys and Mapping Branch, Department of Mines and Technical Surveys
Physical Description
1 map : col. ; 58 x 74 cm
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
Boundaries: 51 to 52 degrees latitude (N) and 114 to 116 degrees longitude (W) / Tp 24-35 and R1-14. Reference includes: Roads: hard surface, all weather more than 2 lanes / 2 lanes / less than 2 lanes; loose surface, all weather 2 lanes or more / less than 2 lanes / dry weather; wagon; cart track, trail or portage; Railway: normal gauge multiple track & station / single track & flagstop / abandoned; Boundaries: international; provincial; Indian reserve, park, etc.; township, surveyed; township, unsurveyed; Section line; Contours: elevation, depression, approximate; Spot elevation (in feet), Power transmission line; Telephone line; City or large town; Town; Village or settlement; Post office; School; Church; Boundary monument; Astronomical position; Horizontal control point; Streams: intermittent or dry, indefinite; Irrigation canal or ditch; Rapids; falls; Intermittent lake; Marsh or swamp; Land subject to seasonal inundation; Sand, gravel or mud; Ferry; Forest areas; Aerodrome; Landing ground; Seaplane base; Seaplane anchorage.
Notes
National Topographic System First Edition Sheet 82-O Scale 1:250,000 1 inch to 4 miles Approximately Compiled 1954 Universal Transverse Mercator Projection. Contour interval 200 feet below 5000 feet. Contour interval 500 feet above 5000 feet. Elevations in Feet above Mean Sea Level North American Datum 1927. Also included on the map are: Index to Adjoining Sheets and The Declination of the Compass Needle 1956 map and explanatory note. Copies may be obtained from the Map Distribution Office, Department of Mines and Technical Surveys, Ottawa, at 25 cents each.
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Accession No.
20111051004
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Date Range
1963
Material Type
Map
Accession No.
20021060001-004
Physical Description
Size: 73.7 cm x 58.4 cm Scale: 1.25 inches = 5 miles 2 centimetres = 5 kilometres Paper, printed in colour
Scope and Content
The map includes the area from 114°00’ to 116°00’ longitude (east to west) and 49°00’ to 50°00’ latitude (south to north). Geographical contour lines are marked with an interval of 500 feet / 152.4 metres. The contour intervals are in feet above sea level. The map includes all natural geographical …
Material Type
Map
Date Range
1963
Creator
Surveys and Mapping Branch Department of Mines and Technical Surveys [Canada]
Physical Description
Size: 73.7 cm x 58.4 cm Scale: 1.25 inches = 5 miles 2 centimetres = 5 kilometres Paper, printed in colour
Physical Condition
Very Good
Language
English
French
Scope and Content
The map includes the area from 114°00’ to 116°00’ longitude (east to west) and 49°00’ to 50°00’ latitude (south to north). Geographical contour lines are marked with an interval of 500 feet / 152.4 metres. The contour intervals are in feet above sea level. The map includes all natural geographical features, cities, towns and villages, railway lines, roads and trails.
Notes
The map was produced in 1960, but not printed until 1963.
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20021060001-004
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Foremost : Alberta west of fourth meridian

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Material Type
Map
Accession No.
20111051006
Physical Description
1 map : col. ; 58 x 74 cm
Scope and Content
Boundaries: 49 to 50 degrees latitude (N) and 110 to 112 degrees longitude (W) / Tp 1-12 and R1-15. Reference includes: Roads: hard surface, all weather more than 2 lanes / 2 lanes / less than 2 lanes; loose surface, all weather 2 lanes or more / less than 2 lanes / dry weather; wagon; cart track, …
Material Type
Map
Creator
Surveys and Mapping Branch, Department of Mines and Technical Surveys
Physical Description
1 map : col. ; 58 x 74 cm
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
Boundaries: 49 to 50 degrees latitude (N) and 110 to 112 degrees longitude (W) / Tp 1-12 and R1-15. Reference includes: Roads: hard surface, all weather more than 2 lanes / 2 lanes / less than 2 lanes; loose surface, all weather 2 lanes or more / less than 2 lanes / dry weather; wagon; cart track, trail or portage; Railway: normal gauge multiple track & station / single track & flagstop / abandoned; Boundaries: international; provincial; Indian reserve, park, etc.; township, surveyed; township, unsurveyed; Section line; Contours: elevation, depression, approximate; Spot elevation (in feet), Power transmission line; Telephone line; City or large town; Town; Village or settlement; Post office; School; Church; Boundary monument; Astronomical position; Horizontal control point; Streams: intermittent or dry, indefinite; Irrigation canal or ditch; Rapids; falls; Intermittent lake; Marsh or swamp; Sand, gravel or mud; Alkali flat; Aerodrome; Landing ground; Seaplane base; Seaplane anchorage. Wooded areas not shown.
Notes
National Topographic System First Edition Sheet 72 E Scale 1:250,000 1 inch to 4 miles Approximately Produced and printed by the SURVEYS AND MAPPING BRANCH, DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND TECHNICAL SURVEYS, 1958 from air photographs taken in 1950. Universal Transverse Mercator Projection. Contour Interval 100 Feet Elevations in Feet above Mean Sea Level North American Datum 1927. Also included on the map are: Index to Adjoining Sheets and The Declination of the Compass Needle, 1955 map and explanatory note.
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20111051006
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Gleichen : Alberta west of fourth meridian

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Material Type
Map
Accession No.
20111051003
Physical Description
1 map : col. ; 58 x 74 cm
Scope and Content
Boundaries: 50 to 51 degrees latitude (N) and 112 to 114 degrees longitude (W) / Tp 12-23 and R15-30. Reference includes: Roads: hard surface, all weather more than 2 lanes / 2 lanes / less than 2 lanes; loose surface, all weather 2 lanes or more / less than 2 lanes / dry weather; wagon; cart track…
Material Type
Map
Creator
Surveys and Mapping Branch, Department of Mines and Technical Surveys
Physical Description
1 map : col. ; 58 x 74 cm
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
Boundaries: 50 to 51 degrees latitude (N) and 112 to 114 degrees longitude (W) / Tp 12-23 and R15-30. Reference includes: Roads: hard surface, all weather more than 2 lanes / 2 lanes / less than 2 lanes; loose surface, all weather 2 lanes or more / less than 2 lanes / dry weather; wagon; cart track, trail or portage; Railway: normal gauge multiple track & station / single track & flagstop / abandoned; Boundaries: international; provincial; Indian reserve, park, etc.; township, surveyed; township, unsurveyed; Section line; Contours: elevation, depression, approximate; Spot elevation (in feet), Power transmission line; Telephone line; City or large town; Town; Village or settlement; Post office; School; Church; Boundary monument; Astronomical position; Race Track; Streams: intermittent or dry, indefinite; Irrigation canal or ditch; Rapids; falls; Intermittent lake; Marsh or swamp; Sand, gravel or mud; Forest; Airport; Airfield; Seaplane base; Seaplane anchorage.
Notes
National Topographic System First Edition Sheet 82 I Scale 1:250,000 1 inch to 4 miles Approximately Transverse Mercator Projection. Contour Interval 100 Feet Elevations in Feet above Mean Sea Level North American Datum 1927. Also included on the map are: Index to Adjoining Sheets and The Declination of the Compass Needle 1958 map and explanatory note. Copies may be obtained from the Map Distribution Office, Department of Mines and Technical Surveys, Ottawa, at 25 cents each.
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20111051003
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Kananaskis Lakes British Columbia - Alberta

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Date Range
1960
Material Type
Map
Accession No.
20021060001-007
Physical Description
Size: 73.7 cm x 58.4 cm Scale: 1.25 inches = 5 miles 2 centimetres = 5 kilometres Paper, printed in colour
Scope and Content
The map includes the area from 114°00’ to 116°00’ longitude (east to west) and 50°00’ to 51°00’ latitude (south to north). Geographical contour lines are marked with an interval of 500 feet / 152.4 metres. The contour intervals are in feet above sea level. The map includes all natural geographical …
Material Type
Map
Date Range
1960
Creator
Surveys and Mapping Branch Department of Mines and Technical Surveys [Canada]
Physical Description
Size: 73.7 cm x 58.4 cm Scale: 1.25 inches = 5 miles 2 centimetres = 5 kilometres Paper, printed in colour
Physical Condition
Very Good
Language
English
French
Scope and Content
The map includes the area from 114°00’ to 116°00’ longitude (east to west) and 50°00’ to 51°00’ latitude (south to north). Geographical contour lines are marked with an interval of 500 feet / 152.4 metres. The contour intervals are in feet above sea level. The map includes all natural geographical features, cities, towns and villages, railway lines, roads and trails.
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Accession No.
20021060001-007
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Date Range
1955
Material Type
Map
Accession No.
20021060001-005
Physical Description
Size: 73.7 cm x 58.4 cm Scale: 1.25 inches = 5 miles 2 centimetres = 5 kilometres Paper, printed in colour
Scope and Content
The map includes the area from Range 16 to Range 30 (east to west) and Township 1 to Township 12 (south to north), West of the 4th Meridian. Geographical contour lines are marked with an interval of 100 feet / 30.5 metres at elevations below 5,000 feet, and 200 feet / 61 metres at elevations above …
Material Type
Map
Date Range
1955
Creator
Surveys and Mapping Branch Department of Mines and Technical Surveys [Canada]
Physical Description
Size: 73.7 cm x 58.4 cm Scale: 1.25 inches = 5 miles 2 centimetres = 5 kilometres Paper, printed in colour
Physical Condition
Very Good
Language
English
French
Scope and Content
The map includes the area from Range 16 to Range 30 (east to west) and Township 1 to Township 12 (south to north), West of the 4th Meridian. Geographical contour lines are marked with an interval of 100 feet / 30.5 metres at elevations below 5,000 feet, and 200 feet / 61 metres at elevations above 5,000 feet. The contour intervals are in feet above sea level. The map includes all natural geographical features, cities, towns and villages, railway lines, roads and trails.
Notes
A JPEG scan of the map is available on the L Drive in folder 'Non Photograph Items'.
The map was produced in 1953, but not printed until 1955.
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20021060001-005
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Lethbridge Alberta : West of fourth meridian = Lethbridge Alberta : Ouest du quatrieme meridien

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Date Range
1965-1966
Material Type
Map
Accession No.
19871101000
Physical Description
1 map : col. ; 73 x 54 cm
Scope and Content
Boundaries: Map of Lethbridge taking in the area from Hardieville in the north to the Lethbridge Airport in the south, and from West Lethbridge to the Lethbridge Provincial Gaol Property in the east. Legend shows symbols for: Roads: hard surface, all weather, more than two lanes; hard surface, all…
Material Type
Map
Date Range
1965-1966
Creator
Surveys and Mapping Branch, Department of Mines and Technical Surveys
Physical Description
1 map : col. ; 73 x 54 cm
Physical Condition
Good
History / Biographical
Local.
Language
English French
Scope and Content
Boundaries: Map of Lethbridge taking in the area from Hardieville in the north to the Lethbridge Airport in the south, and from West Lethbridge to the Lethbridge Provincial Gaol Property in the east. Legend shows symbols for: Roads: hard surface, all weather, more than two lanes; hard surface, all weather, less than two lanes; loose or stabilized surface, all weather, two lanes or more; loose surface, dry weather; cart track; trail or portage; Railway, normal gauge, single track; Horizontal control point, with elevation; Bench mark, with elevation; Spot elevation: precise, approximate; Mine or Open cut; Building; School; Cemetery; Rock: bare or awash, submerged; Power transmission line; River with bridge; Stream: intermittent or dry; Lake: intermittent, indefinite; Marsh or Swamp; Depression contours; Trees; Woods; Vineyard, Orchard; Church; Post Office; and Lighthouse. Shows location of: Gravel Pits, Dumps, Transformer Stations, Sewage Plants, Golf Courses, Corrals, Dams, Dykes, Canals, Footbridge, Radio Towers, Barriers, Control Valve, Sluice Gates, Ditches, Parks, Greenhouses, Oil Tanks, Motels, Sewage Plants, Water Pipelines, Sewage Pipelines, Filtration Plant, Pumping Stations, Sewage Beds, Stockyards, Gas Well, Elevators, Conveyors, Chimneys, Scrap Yard, Water Tank, Trestle, Piers, Historic Site, Parking Lot, Concrete Plants, Seed Processing Plant, Underground Res, Res, Crane, Iron Works, Butts, Rifle Range, Radio 225', Television 630', Rink, Theatre, Shopping, Trailer Park, Aquaduct, Packing Plant, Hospitals, Homes for Aged, City Hall, Arenas, Ball Park and Auto Wreckers. Shows areas entitled: Lethbridge, Hardieville, Lethbridge Airport, Laundry Hill, Indian Battle Park, Lethbridge Provincial Gaol Property, Agricultural Research Station, Galt Gardens Park and Henderson Lake, Race Track and Exhibition Grounds. The January 1st 1970 annexed areas of West Lethbridge and the University of Lethbridge have been highlighted. The City and Airport limits are outlined. There are 7 circled 'x' marks drawn in a line from the Hospital to the Corrals in the north, east section of the map.
Notes
Topographic Series: 82H/10f edition 1 ASE Series A 841 Scale 1:25,000 Contour Interval 25 feet. Elevations in Feet above Mean Sea Level.Transverse Mercator Projection North American Datum 1927. Some names on the map are not yet official. Also included on the map are: Conversion Scale for Elevations, Approximate Mean Declination 1966 for Centre of Map diagram, One Thousand Metre Universal Transverse Mercator Grid Zone 12 and Index to Adjoining Maps of The National Topographic System. Identical map without highlighted areas and circled 'x' marks at: 19911031001
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19871101000
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Lethbridge Alberta : West of fourth meridian = Lethbridge Alberta : Ouest du quatrieme meridien

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Date Range
1965-1966
Material Type
Map
Accession No.
19911031001
Physical Description
2 maps : col. ; 73 x 54 cm
Scope and Content
Boundaries: Map of Lethbridge taking in the area from Hardieville in the north to the Lethbridge Airport in the south, and from West Lethbridge to the Lethbridge Provincial Gaol Property in the east. Legend shows symbols for: Roads: hard surface, all weather, more than two lanes; hard surface, all…
Material Type
Map
Date Range
1965-1966
Creator
Surveys and Mapping Branch, Department of Mines and Technical Surveys
Physical Description
2 maps : col. ; 73 x 54 cm
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
Boundaries: Map of Lethbridge taking in the area from Hardieville in the north to the Lethbridge Airport in the south, and from West Lethbridge to the Lethbridge Provincial Gaol Property in the east. Legend shows symbols for: Roads: hard surface, all weather, more than two lanes; hard surface, all weather, less than two lanes; loose or stabilized surface, all weather, two lanes or more; loose surface, dry weather; cart track; trail or portage; Railway, normal gauge, single track; Horizontal control point, with elevation; Bench mark, with elevation; Spot elevation: precise, approximate; Mine or Open cut; Building; School; Cemetery; Rock: bare or awash, submerged; Power transmission line; River with bridge; Stream: intermittent or dry; Lake: intermittent, indefinite; Marsh or Swamp; Depression contours; Trees; Woods; Vineyard, Orchard; Church; Post Office; and Lighthouse. Shows location of: Gravel Pits, Dumps, Transformer Stations, Sewage Plants, Golf Courses, Corrals, Dams, Dykes, Canals, Footbridge, Radio Towers, Barriers, Control Valve, Sluice Gates, Ditches, Parks, Greenhouses, Oil Tanks, Motels, Sewage Plants, Water Pipelines, Sewage Pipelines, Filtration Plant, Pumping Stations, Sewage Beds, Stockyards, Gas Well, Elevators, Conveyors, Chimneys, Scrap Yard, Water Tank, Trestle, Piers, Historic Site, Parking Lot, Concrete Plants, Seed Processing Plant, Underground Res, Res, Crane, Iron Works, Butts, Rifle Range, Radio 225', Television 630', Rink, Theatre, Shopping, Trailer Park, Aquaduct, Packing Plant, Hospitals, Homes for Aged, City Hall, Arenas, Ball Park and Auto Wreckers. Shows areas entitled: Lethbridge, Hardieville, Lethbridge Airport, Laundry Hill, Indian Battle Park, Lethbridge Provincial Gaol Property, Agricultural Research Station, Galt Gardens Park and Henderson Lake, Race Track and Exhibition Grounds. The City and Airport limits are outlined.
Notes
Topographic Series: 82H/10f edition 1 ASE Series A 841 Scale 1:25,000 Contour Interval 25 feet. Elevations in Feet above Mean Sea Level.Transverse Mercator Projection North American Datum 1927. Some names on the map are not yet official. Also included on the map are: Conversion Scale for Elevations, Approximate Mean Declination 1966 for Centre of Map diagram, One Thousand Metre Universal Transverse Mercator Grid Zone 12 and Index to Adjoining Maps of The National Topographic System. Copy 2 is on the display table in the Research Room. Identical map with highlighted areas and circled 'x' marks at: 19871101000
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19911031001
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Medicine Hat : Alberta west of fourth meridian preliminary map

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Material Type
Map
Accession No.
20111051007
Physical Description
1 map : col. ; 58 x 74 cm
Scope and Content
Boundaries: 50 to 51 degrees latitude (N) and 110 to 112 degrees longitude (W) / Tp 12-23 and R1-15. Reference includes: Roads: hard surface, all weather more than 2 lanes / 2 lanes / less than 2 lanes; loose surface, all weather 2 lanes or more / less than 2 lanes / dry weather; wagon; cart track,…
Material Type
Map
Creator
Surveys and Mapping Branch, Department of Mines and Technical Surveys
Physical Description
1 map : col. ; 58 x 74 cm
Physical Condition
Excellent
Scope and Content
Boundaries: 50 to 51 degrees latitude (N) and 110 to 112 degrees longitude (W) / Tp 12-23 and R1-15. Reference includes: Roads: hard surface, all weather more than 2 lanes / 2 lanes / less than 2 lanes; loose surface, all weather 2 lanes or more / less than 2 lanes / dry weather; wagon; cart track, trail or portage; Railway: normal gauge multiple track & station / single track & flagstop / abandoned; Boundaries: international; provincial; Indian reserve, park, etc.; township, surveyed; township, unsurveyed; Section line; Contours: elevation, depression, approximate; Spot elevation (in feet), Power transmission line; Telephone line; City or large town; Town; Village or settlement; Post office; School; Church; Boundary monument; Astronomical position; Horizontal control point; Streams: intermittent or dry, indefinite; Irrigation canal or ditch; Rapids; falls; Intermittent lake; Marsh or swamp; Land subject to seasonal inundation; Sand, gravel or mud; Ferry; Dam; Aerodrome; Landing ground; Seaplane base; Seaplane anchorage.
Notes
National Topographic System First Edition Sheet 72 L Scale 1:250,000 1 inch to 4 miles Approximately Universal Transverse Mercator Projection. Contour Interval 100 Feet Elevations in Feet above Mean Sea Level North American Datum 1927. Copies may be obtained from the Map Distribution Office, Department of Mines and Technical Surveys, Ottawa, at 25 cents each. Also included on the map are: Index to Adjoining Sheets and The Declination of the Compass Needle, 1956 map and explanatory note.
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Accession No.
20111051007
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Date Range
1963
Material Type
Map
Accession No.
20021060001-003
Physical Description
Size: 73.7 cm x 58.4 cm Scale: 1.25 inches = 5 miles 2 centimetres = 5 kilometres Paper, printed in colour
Scope and Content
The map includes the area from Range 1 to Range 15 (east to west) and Township 24 to Township 35 (south to north), West of the 4th Meridian. Geographical contour lines are marked with an interval of 100 feet / 30.5 metres. The contour intervals are in feet above sea level. The map includes all natu…
Material Type
Map
Date Range
1963
Creator
Surveys and Mapping Branch Department of Mines and Technical Surveys [Canada]
Physical Description
Size: 73.7 cm x 58.4 cm Scale: 1.25 inches = 5 miles 2 centimetres = 5 kilometres Paper, printed in colour
Physical Condition
Very Good
Language
English
French
Scope and Content
The map includes the area from Range 1 to Range 15 (east to west) and Township 24 to Township 35 (south to north), West of the 4th Meridian. Geographical contour lines are marked with an interval of 100 feet / 30.5 metres. The contour intervals are in feet above sea level. The map includes all natural geographical features, cities, towns and villages, railway lines, roads and trails. A detailed legend is provided on the back of the map.
Notes
The map was produced in 1960, but not printed until 1963.
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20021060001-003
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