Historic Map - Maysville, CO - 1882
View of Maysville, Chaffee County, C.O., 1882 / drawn & published by J. J. Stoner.
This panoramic print of Maysville, Colorado was drawn by J. J. Stoner and published by Beck & Pauli, Lithographers Co. in 1882. Maysville was an important stop along the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad.
Located south of Leadville and west of Salida in the Arkansas River Valley, Maysville was a supply center for the valuable silver mines of the late 1800's and headquarters for several mining operations.
The map published in 1882 includes labeled streets, buildings and railroad route. Featured is an inset illustration of Colorado Avenue 1882.
Features references to the following locations:
Post Office. George A. Haynes, Postmaster.
D. & R. G. R. R. Depot.
Knights of Pythias Hall.
Colorado Mining Ledger. Dr. J. H. Nonemaker, Editor and Proprietor.
Union Sunday School Building.
Venable House. Mrs. J. I. Venable, Proprietress.
Hughes House. Mike Doyle, Proprietor.
Erie Smelting Works. G. W. Jones, Superintendent.
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