Reproduction map of the community known as Wolfe City, TX, published by Thaddeus Fowler in 1891. The map captures the small town as it appeared just four years after the Santa Fe Railroad tracks arrived, transforming the community into an important shipping point for the local farmers. The community had originally been known as Wolfe's Mill, after the mill built on the banks of Oyster Creek by early settler J. Pinckney Wolfe. Incorporated in 1887, the town was at its peak point of population at the time this map was drawn.
Complete reference list below.
Features numbered references to the following locations:
1. Public School.
2. Opera House.
3. Melville Hotel.
4. Methodist Church.
5. Baptist Church.
6. Wolfe City Foundry.
7. Wolfe City Cotton Seed Oil Mills.
8. Cotton Belt Rail Road Station.
9. Santa Fe Rail Road Station.
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