Klamath Falls, Oregon. Wilson Abstract Company. 1926.
Black and white wall-sized map, 28 x 24 inches (neatline) on sheet 34 x 28 inches. Creasing from rolling, small areas of paper loss from insect damage affecting the upper 5 inches of the sheet, several tears have been repaired with tape (most noticeable are two tears at the top of the sheet and one tear at the lower right edge; only one at the upper edge of the map slightly enters the map area), a few small spots. Despite the faults the map presents well. A detailed mapping of the city. The legend lists: Township Lines, Section Line, Quarter Section Lines, Section Corner, S.P. R.R. & O.C.-E.R.R. (Oregon California & Eastern Railroad) lines, Public Buildings and Parks, Paved Streets. The map has three revision dates: August 1920, February 1923 and January 1926. A scarce item of interest to the local historian showing many lots in the vicinity of Lake Ewauna and Upper Lake Klamath yet to be developed. Item #54993