Fine large format map of California and Nevada, published in 1910 by C. F. Weber & Company, one of California's leading mapmakers at the beginning of the 20th Century.
The detail of the map is quite good, especially in the mining regions of Nevada, with an excellent accounting of the towns, roads and regional topography. The mining boom in areas like Tonopah, Beatty, Rhyolite and Goldfield is less than 10 years old and still going very strong.
The map is subdivided into townships and counties, and identifies:
- State Capitols
- County Seats
- Towns and Post Offices
- Proposed Railroad Lines
- Wagon Roads
The newly created Imperial County is shown in California (1907),
The cover title of the wrappers reads "Complete indexed map of California and Nevada: showing townships, railroads, wagon roads, rivers, creeks, etc., etc., and complete indexed list of cities and towns."