Alvord, TX Historical Map - 1890

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Alvord, TX Historical Map - 1890

$24.99 – $59.99


Historic Alvord Landmarks On This Map

  • Public School
  • Baptist, Church
  • Christian Church
  • M. E. Church
  • Alvord Mills
  • Canning Factory
  • Brown’s Hotel T. B. Brown Prop
  • R. R Station

This is a high quality, digitally restored print of Alvord, TX from the year 1890.

This historic print includes many popular Alvord landmarks, and it's very accurate for 1890.

The Ted's team has restored this vintage Alvord map by enhancing the colors as well as fixing discoloration, rips and fold lines. Select marks such as stamps and other markings with historical value have been preserved, but they are cleaned up easily if you choose at no extra cost.

This high-quality vintage map of Alvord, TX comes in different sizes and is printed in ultra-high quality resolution on museum-quality, durable paper.

These look beautiful in a frame, or hung as a poster.

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