Map or Atlas
Manitowoc and Sheboygan, Wisconsin : Chart No. 735
Water depths shown by bathymetric tints, isolines, and soundings. Relief shown by contours. "Soundings in feet." "Aids to navigation corrected to May 4, 1951." On verso: Outline of charts of the Great Lakes: Lake Champlain, New York canals, Minnesota-Ontario border lakes.
Image ID: 99962
Creation Date: 1951
Creator Name: United States. Lake Survey.
Collection Name: Map Collection
Genre: Map or Atlas
Original Format Type: prints, fine-art
Original Format Number: GX9029 M27 1951 U5
Original Dimensions: 41 x 56 cm., on sheets 46 x 64 cm.
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