A map showing land acquisition and proposed river engineering at the Liberty Bend Cut-off of the Missouri River. The map, covering areas in Jackson and Clay County, Missouri, highlights property ownership and acreage, railroads, proposed bridges, levees, pilot canals, construction reference planes, and other details. Handwriting on the front reads: "33" and "6." Handwriting on the back reads: "Senatorial Papers. Letter, 11-18-40 (Flood Control). 8-3-59, P.D.L."
Cities and towns
A Rand McNally map of Missouri. The 1930 U.S. Census is used to show population numbers in counties and principal cities. In addition, several cities and towns have been checked in pencil. Insets of southeastern Missouri and the St. Louis area are included. Handwriting on the back reads in part: "Misc. Map, MO Counties." There are three copies of this map.
A Rand McNally map of Missouri. The 1930 U.S. Census is used to show population numbers in counties and principal cities. Insets of southeastern Missouri and the St. Louis area are included. Handwriting on the back reads in part: "Misc. Map, MO Counties." This map is nearly identical to M187.
A map titled "Map of Morgan County in the Central Mineral and Coal Fields of Missouri." The map shows mines, mills, schools, churches, businesses, rivers, creeks, roads, railroads, and other details. The map has been annotated to show a camp site, infantry range, maneuver area, and artillery range just southwest of Versailles, Missouri. Missouri Route 5, 52, and 135 are highlighted in pencil. Handwriting on the back reads: "Senatorial Papers of Harry S. Truman. Nat. Def. Projects-In Missouri-April 1941. Ltr. of June 27, 1941."
A map showing railroad connections to principal cities within a 400 mile radius of Moberly, Missouri. Surrounding the map are photographs and text describing life in Moberly and Randolph County, Missouri. Photographs and text of the General Omar N. Bradley Municipal Airport are highlighted in red pencil. Handwriting on the back reads: "Official File 273, 6-3-46." M183 is located on the back of this map.
A map of Moberly, Missouri that shows recreational areas, schools, churches, governmental buildings, businesses, railroads, airports, city routes, highways, city limits, and other points of interest. Handwriting reads: "Official File 273, 6-3-46." M183-01 is located on the back of this map.
A map, titled "Plat of Hill Haven," that highlights the proposed location of a new high school in Moberly, Missouri. The map is divided into sections and shows plots, building limit lines, easements, and roads. Plots containing homes have been marked, while others have been checked in red ink. Other handwriting on the front reads: "New high school, 23 acres" and "North of high school is State Highway Building." Handwriting on the back reads: "Papers of Senator Harry S. Truman. Folder: W.P.A.-District No. 1-Moberly. Ltr.: December 4, 1940."
A drawing titled "Appendix C of the Program: Jefferson National Expansion Memorial Competition: Cross-Section Profiles of the Memorial Area: Showing Railroad and Interstate Highway Proposals." The four cross-section profiles of roads in St. Louis, Missouri include a sketch of the Old Courthouse, a proposed interstate highway, a proposed railroad tunnel, the existing elevated railroad, the ground line, the approximate rock line, the high water line of 1844, and other details. Handwriting on the back reads: "Removed from O.F. 234-C, ltr, 6-25-47."
An aerial photograph titled "Appendix A of the Program: Jefferson National Expansion Memorial Competition: Vertical View of the Program Site." The photograph of St. Louis, Missouri and East St. Louis, Illinois has been overprinted to show proposed interstate highways, proposed relocation of railroad tracks, and areas to be developed as part of the Memorial. Handwriting on the back reads: "Removed from O.F. 234-C, ltr, 6-25-47."
A mid-1800's county map of Missouri. The map highlights the counties in color and shows towns, villages, forts, railroads finished and in progress, telegraph lines, rivers, and other details. Another map, in the top left corner, shows the railroad connection between St. Louis and New York. The New York and Erie Railroad Line and St. Louis are marked in red pencil.