Colorful market and distribution map of the Southwest - Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana. This map shows railroads, interurbans and highways; principal cities and towns; freight and express service from Dallas and relative sales value of each county. The legend notes population statistics and county sales values based on population, income and area. The scale is 1 inch to 24.50 miles.
Dallas: Industrial and Distribution Center of the Southwest
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