Important 19th-Century Map of Dallas. The Only Known Example.
The only known example of this 1890 map of Dallas, Texas, by William Flamm & Co. of Baltimore, Maryland.
Curiously, Flamm calls the map a "Topographical Map for Commerce" but there is not topography indicated.
The map shows Dallas roughly bounded at the north by Turtle Creek.
In the south of the map are manuscript notes about two "Electric Car Lines" and one mark that says "Terminal RR".
This is the only known example of this map; OCLC and RBH record no examples of the map in any institutional collections or sales.