One of the Earliest Separate Maps of Imperial County
Scarce separately issued map of Imperial County, published by C.F. Weber & Co.
The map was issued just 7 years after the formation of the county and 9 years after the Salton Sea was created by an accidental re-direction of the Colorado River.
The map is subdivided by townships and identifies towns, rivers, roads, railroads, and other details.
The township surveys are incomplete in large portions of the east part of the county.
OCLC records 1 example (UC San Diego). This is the first example we have seen on the market.