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Image a: Map of the Kansas City, Fort Scott and Memphis Railroad route from Memphis to Holly Springs, Tupelo & Birmingham. Note: shows Oxford as a spur route. Map on the back of letter dated December 2, 1892. H.D. Ellis, General Agent Passenger Department, Kansas City, Fort Scott & Memphis Railroad to University of Mississippi Chancellor Fulton. Circa 1892.
Image b: Map of Mississippi Railroads highlighting Oxford, MS. C.S. Hammond & Company, New York. 1952.
Image c: Map of Mississippi, entered according to Act of Congres in the year 1842 by Sidney E. Morse and Samuel Breese in the Clerks Office of the Southern District of New York. 1842.
Image d: Map of Mississippi, published by J.H. Colton and Co., No. 172 Williams St. New York. 1855.