"Geologic Atlas of the United States Bisbee Folio Arizona", U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)
Period: 1914 (dated)
Color: Printed Color
18.5 x 21.7 inches
47 x 55.1 cm
A fine example of an early geologic atlas of an economically important area known for its vast amounts of copper. This folio is a part of the geological survey's project to make a geologic atlas of the United States under the direction of George Otis Smith. The maps show topography, aerial geology, structure sections, economic geology, and a diagram map of the Bisbee Quadrangle. Softbound. Elephant folio. This atlas contains 19 pages of text, 7 maps in printed color, 1 columnar section and 2 pages of black & white photos.
Covers lightly toned with some shelf wear and rubbing. Corners a bit bumped. Previous owners name at the top right corner of front cover. Binding good. Spine also good with some looseness at the bottom. Text and images generally very good.