Map Panoramic view of Butte, Montana, 1904 : population 60,000, altitude near gov. bldg. 6,000 feet, values taken out of Butte mines over 600 million dollars, the largest mining camp on earth, a model city with all modern institutions and conveniences.

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Title
Panoramic view of Butte, Montana, 1904 : population 60,000, altitude near gov. bldg. 6,000 feet, values taken out of Butte mines over 600 million dollars, the largest mining camp on earth, a model city with all modern institutions and conveniences.
Contributor Names
Wellge, H. (Henry)
Created / Published
Milwaukee : H. Wellge, Milwaukee, Wis., Publisher, [1904]
©1904
Subject Headings
-  Butte (Mont.)--Aerial views
-  Mineral industries--Montana--Butte--Aerial views
-  United States--Montana--Butte
Genre
Aerial views
Notes
-  Relief shown pictorially.
-  Panoramic view of city of Butte, Montana and suburbs showing foliage, architecture, mining operations within residential areas, and the Rocky Mountains overlooking the town.
-  "Copyright 1904 by H. Wellge."
-  LC map sheet inserted in mylar pocket.
-  LC copy imperfect: Some water stain spots, torn, taped, in margins of sheet.
-  Includes mines and mineral resources information and brief index to points of interest.
-  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
Medium
1 view ; 35 x 77 cm, on sheet 49 x 86 cm
Call Number/Physical Location
G4254.B9A35 1904 .W4
Repository
Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 USA dcu
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.gmd/g4254b.pm020527
Library of Congress Control Number
2015589008
Online Format
image
Description
Relief shown pictorially. Panoramic view of city of Butte, Montana and suburbs showing foliage, architecture, mining operations within residential areas, and the Rocky Mountains overlooking the town. "Copyright 1904 by H. Wellge." LC map sheet inserted in mylar pocket. LC copy imperfect: Some water stain spots, torn, taped, in margins of sheet. Includes mines and mineral resources information and brief index to points of interest. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
LCCN Permalink
https://lccn.loc.gov/2015589008
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Wellge, H. Panoramic view of Butte, Montana,: population 60,000, altitude near gov. bldg. 6,000 feet, values taken out of Butte mines over 600 million dollars, the largest mining camp on earth, a model city with all modern institutions and conveniences. [Milwaukee: H. Wellge, Milwaukee, Wis., Publisher, ©, 1904] Map. https://www.loc.gov/item/2015589008/.

APA citation style:

Wellge, H. (1904) Panoramic view of Butte, Montana,: population 60,000, altitude near gov. bldg. 6,000 feet, values taken out of Butte mines over 600 million dollars, the largest mining camp on earth, a model city with all modern institutions and conveniences. [Milwaukee: H. Wellge, Milwaukee, Wis., Publisher, ©] [Map] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2015589008/.

MLA citation style:

Wellge, H. Panoramic view of Butte, Montana,: population 60,000, altitude near gov. bldg. 6,000 feet, values taken out of Butte mines over 600 million dollars, the largest mining camp on earth, a model city with all modern institutions and conveniences. [Milwaukee: H. Wellge, Milwaukee, Wis., Publisher, ©, 1904] Map. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2015589008/>.