Atlases of Bucks County

The general format for each record is:

M185. Scott, Bucks County, 1876
"Combined atlases of Bucks co., Pa. 1876, 1891. #1: Combination map of Bucks Co., including maps and lithographs; #2 Atlas of Bucks co., Pa. "
Authors: #1 J.D. Scott, 1876; #2 E.P. Noll & co., 1891
1 p.l., 108 p. incl. 46 col. maps, illus.

M186. Noll, Bucks County, 1891
"Atlas of Bucks Co. Penna. Compiled from Official Records, Private Plans & Actual Surveys. Published by E.P. Noll & Co. Philadelphia, 1891."
Author and Publisher: E. P. Noll & Co., 1891.
2p.l., 115 p. incl 42 col.maps. 52 x 39 cm.
Notes: Broken Binding. Pages very brittle. Mildew damage. No back board.

M187. Franklin Survey Company, Bucks County, 1948
"Farm atlas of Bucks County, Penna.: from official records, private plans, and actual surveys."
Author: Franklin Survey Company; published by Franklin Survey Co., 1948-
1 p.l.,17 (i.e. 18) col. maps.62 x 49 cm.
Notes: Index map on t.p., showing relation of this atlas to the company's other atlases of the Philadelphia area. Contents: v.l. The townships of Buckingham, Doylestown, Lower Southampton,New Britain, Newtown, Northampton, Plumstead, Solebury, Upper Makefield, Upper Southampton, Warminster, Warrington, Warwick and Wrightstown.

M188. Patton, Bucks County, 1967
Atlas of Bucks County. Published by Alfred Patton, 705 North Main Street, Doylestown, Pennsylvania.
Author and Publisher: Alfred Patton, 1967
66 (i.e. 68) maps. 25 x 36 cm.

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