VINTAGE AERONAUTICAL MAPS

Former Chief Pilot of Fairchild Aerial Surveys

West Coast Division

 

Below is an extensive list of charts available through Steve Wolff.  If you would like a copy of any of the below publications, please contact Steve Wolff for pricing (charts not available through this web site).

NOTES:

1. Sectionals are to the scale of 1:1,000,000 and are generally 24” and a fraction by 40” plus. Most show the all the low frequency ranges and some of the lighted airways with the standard relief detail found on sectionals today. 41-43 means I have maps of those two years.

2. Civil Aeronautics Administration and Department of Commerce Radio Facility maps (strip maps) only show low frequency airways with no terrain detail, but have legends to determine facility type.  Sizes vary from 22”x16’ (CAA), 8.5”x18” Dept. of Commerce.  

3. Department of Commerce maps showing radio range stations only (no nav. features) with teletype station, radio circuits and schedules are generally 14”x21” or 17.75”x13.75.”

4. U.S. Navy long range charts have varying scales 1”=70 miles, 1:500,000 in sizes from 35.75”x 53” and 36.75”x 36.5”

5. Regional Aeronautical Charts are in the scale of 1:1,000,000

6. Military strip charts vary in scale from 1:100,000 (Army Air Force), to 1:7,000,000 and are generally in size of 14.5”x 40 plus inches and up to 60 inches.

7. World Aeronautical Charts (WACS) have the scale of 1:1,000,000 are generally in the size of 22”x 28.75”

8. Air Navigation charts (Mercator projection) have the scale of 1:1,000,000 and have the size of 35.5”x 54”

9. Aeronautical map of Tennessee shows state geology, lighted airways, and radio ranges. Scale is 1”= 10 miles. Size is 15”x51.24”

CIVIL AERONAUTICS RADIO FACILITY MAPS

1.  Northwest Quadrant 1939 Low frequency ranges. Covers from Oakland, CA. - Everett, WA. - Fargo, ND.

2.  Southeast Quadrant 1939 Low frequency ranges. Covers from Key West, FL. - Richmond, VA.- Kansas City, KS.- Galveston, TX.

3.  Southwest Quadrant 1939 Low frequency ranges. Covers Brownville, TX.-Wichita, KS.- Fresno, CA.- San Diego, CA.

4.  Central States 1939 Low frequency ranges. Covers from Grand Forks, ND.- Chanute, IL.- Bangor, ME.- Richmond, VA.

 

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE STRIP MAPS SHOWING LOW FREQUENCY RADIO RANGES

1.   1935 Cherokee to Reno

2.   1935 Salt Lake to Portland

3.   1935 Seattle to Great Falls

4.   19365 Salt Lake to Butte

5.   1935 Cheyenne to Albuquerque

6.   1935 Spokane to Miles City

7.   1935 Salt Lake to North Platte

8.   1935 Salt Lake to Las Vegas

9.   1935 Cheyenne to Pueblo

10. 1935 Cherokee to Omaha

 

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE MISCELLANEOUS CHARTS

1.   1933  Radio range stations only. Conterminous U.S. (no nav.)  14”x 21”

2.   1933 Teletype stations only. Conterminous U.S. 14”x 21”

3.   1933 Radio range circuits and Communication Stations. Conterminous U.S. 14”x 21”

4.   1934 National Radio Communication Schedule. 17.75”x13.7”

 

SECTIONALS

1.    1943 Aberdeen, S.D.

2.    1943 Albany, N.Y.

3.    1943 Albuquerque, N.M.

4.    1943 Aroostook, M.E.

5.    1943 Austin, TX.

6.    1943 Beaumont, TX.

7.    1943 Bellingham, WA.

8.    1943 Birmingham, AL.

9.    1943 Boise, ID.

10.  1943 Boston, MA.

11.  1944 Burlington, VT.

12.  1943 Butte, MT.

13.  1943 Charlotte, NC.

14.  1943-42-37- Chattanooga, TN. (top missing off of 1937 version)

15.  1943 Cheyenne, WY.

16.  1942-43 Chicago, IL.

17.  1941 -43 Cincinnati, OH.

18.  1942-43 Cleveland, OH.

19.  1943 Corpus Christi, TX.

20.  1941-42-43 Dallas, TX.

21.  1943 Del Rio, TX.

22.  1943 Denver, CO.

23.  1943 Des Moines, IA.

24.  1943 Detroit, MI.

25.  1943 Douglas, AZ.

26.  1943 Dubuque, MN.

27.  1943 Duluth, MA.

28.  1936-43 Elko, NV.

29.  1943 Fargo, ND.

30.  1943 Green Bay, WI.

31.  1941-43 Huntington, WV. (east edge cut off)

32.  1943 Jacksonville, FL

33.  1942 Kansas City, KN.

34.  1943 Kootenai, ID.

35.  1943 LaGrange, ID.

36.  1943 Lake Huron, MI.

37.  1943 Lake Superior, IN.

38.  1943 Lake of the Woods, MN.

39.  1943 Lewiston, ME.

40.  1943 Lincoln, NE.

41.  1943 Little Rock, AR.

42.  1936-39-41 Los Angles, CA.

43.  1944 Miami, FL.

44.  1943 Miles City, MT.

45.  1943 Milwaukee, WI.

46.  1943 Minot, ND.

47.  1944 Mobile, AL.

48.  1937-41-43 Nashville, TN

49.  1943 New Orleans, LA.

50.  1943 New York, NY.

51.  1940-43 Norfolk, VA.

52.  1943 Oklahoma, OK.

53.  1943 Orlando, FL.

54.  1939 Phoenix, AZ

55.  1939 Prescott, AZ.

56.  1943 Rapid City, SD.

57.  1935 Reno, NV. (part of top missing)

58.  1943 Roswell, NM.

59.  1939 Sacramento, CA.

60.  1943 Salinas, KN.

61.  1943 San Antonio, TX.

62.  1939-40 San Diego, CA.

63.  1943 Savannah, GA.

64.  1943 Seattle, WA.

65.  1940-43 Shreveport, LA.

66.  1943 Sioux City, IA.

67.  1943 Trinidad, CO.

68.  1943 Tulsa, OK.

69.  1943 Twin Cities, MN.

70.  1941-43 Washington, DC. (’41 version has red lines on it and missing top)

71.  1943 Wichita, KN.

72.  1943 Williston, ND.

73.  1943 Winston-Salem, MA.

74.  1943 Yellowstone Parkway, WY.

 UNITED STATES NAVY LONG RANGE NAVIGATION CHARTS

1.   1943 Covers south Texas to northern Brazil 35.75”x 53”
2.
   1944 Eastern Ecuador (Shell Oil map) 36.75”x36.5”

 

WORLD AERONAUTICAL CHARTS 

1.    1948 Juinn Lake, Peru

2.    1948 Alto Ritacuva (covers parts of Colombia and Venezuela)

3.    1948 Lake Maracabio (covers parts of Colombia and Venezuela)

4.    1949 Sonora River Covers Northern Mexico and South Texas

5.    1948 Lake Santagullio, Mexico.

6.    1948 Maigulida Range (covers parts of Colombia and Venezuela)

7.    1947 Pararaima Mountains (covers parts of Venezuela-Surinam-Brazil-British Guiana)

8.    1948 Tamiahua Lagoon, Mexico

9.    1948 Tehuantepec Isthmus (covers Guatemala- Mexico)

10.  1949 Madre Lagoon (covers parts of  U.S. and Mexico)

11.  1948 Cape Corrientes (covers parts of Colombia- Panama)

12.  1948 Sierra Madre Del Sur, Mexico.

13.  1948 Cape San Francisco (covers parts of Colombia-Ecuador)

14.  1949 Edwards Plateau, S.E. U.S.- Mex.

15.  1949 San Pedro Martir Range, Mexico

16.  1949 Lake Chapla, Mexico.

17.  1949 Aguja Point (covers parts of Ecuador-Peru)

18.  1949 Napo River (covers parts of Colombia-Ecuador)

19.  1948 Ucayali River (covers parts of Brazil-Colombia)

20.  1947 Gulf of Guayaquil (covers parts of  Ecuador-Peru)

21.  1949 Chandless River (covers parts of Bolovia-Brazil-Peru)

22.  1947 Cordillera Macarena (covers parts of Colombia-Brazil-Ecuador)

23.  1949 Panama Canal

 

REGIONAL AERONAUTICAL CHARTS

1.    1941 Covers Savannah, GA.-Richmond, VA.-Nashville, TN- Birmingham, AL. (top missing) 31.5”x44”

2.    1941 Covers Tucson, AZ-Abilene, TX- Dodge City, KS. 32.5”x 44.5”

3.    1941 Covers St. Louis, Mo.-La Crosse, MN.-Murdo, SD.- Scott City, Kan. 31.5”x 45”

4.    1940-41  Covers St. Louis, MO.-Charlottesville, WV.- Toronto, Canada.- Madison, WI. 31.5”x 45” (west edge is missing)

5.    1941 Covers CA-NV-AZ. 40.5”x 31.25”

6.    1941 Covers Selma, AL-Evansville, IN-Wichita, Kan-Dallas, Tex. 31.5”x 46.75”

7.    1941 Covers Washington, D.C.-Portland, M.E.-Rochester, N.Y. 31.5”x 34” (bottom southwest corner torn off)

 

STRIP CHARTS

1.    1948 Covers El Paso, TX. – Los Angles, CA. 14.5”x 58.5”

2.    1948 Covers El Paso, TX.-Dallas: Ft Worth, TX. 14.5”x 45”

3.    1948 U.S. Army Air Force Covers Brownsville, TX.-Vera Cruz, Mexico, 14.5”x 44.75”

4.    1948 U.S. Army Air Force Covers Panama, Pan.-Bogotá, Col. 14.5”x 44.5”

5.    1949 Covers Mobile, AL-Dallas, Ft Worth, TX. 14.5”x 44.5”

6.    1948 Covers Nashville, TN.-Miami, FL. 14.5”x 58.75”

7.    1948 U.S. Army Air Force Covers San Jose, Guate.- Panama, Panama. 14.5”x 59”

8.    1948 U.S. Army Air Force Covers Vera Cruz, Mexico.-San Jose, Guate. 14.5”x 39.5”

9.    1948 Covers Atlanta, GA.-Dallas- Ft. Worth, TX. 14.5”x 58.5”

10.  1948 Covers El Paso, TX.- Los Angles, CA. 14.5”x 50.5”

11.  1948 Covers El Paso, TX.-Dallas, TX. 14.5”x 45”

12.  1948 Covers Jacksonville, FL.- New Orleans, LA. 14.5”x 44.5”

13.  1947 U.S. Army Air Force Covers Barranquilla, Col. - Caracas, Venz. 14.75”x 44.5”

14.  1949 U.S. Army Air Force Covers Caracas, Venz.-Trinidad, British West Indies. 14.5”x 44.75”

15.  1949 U.S. Air Force Covers Talara, Peru- Bogotá, Col. 19.5”x 59”

16.  1948 U.S. Air Force Covers Talara, Peru- Lima, Peru. 19.25”x 44.75”

 

MISCELLANEOUS CHARTS

1.   1941 Low Frequency Airway Aeronautical Planning Chart conterminous U.S. 14.5”x 45” scale 1:500,000

2.   1949 Aeronautical Chart for Radio Direction Finding –Covers San Francisco, CA-Denver, CO.-El Paso, TX. 27.75”x36.75”

3.   1936 Aeronautical Map of Tennessee-Covers entire state shows radio ranges, lighted airway and geology. 15”x51.25”

4.   1944 Air Navigation Chart- Mercator Projection-Covers eastern Mex.-south, TX.-south, FL. and Caribbean. 35.5”x 54”  scale 1:1,000,000

5.   1948 Army Air Force Aeronautical Chart (like WAC) Covers Paracas Peninsula, Peru 22”x 28.5”  

6.   1943 U.S. Navy Aviation Chart – Mercator Projection-Covers Panama, Pan.-Guantanamo, Cuba. 35.75”x 54” scale 1: 1,000,000

7.   1943 Air Navigation Chart-Mercator Projection-Covers Part of Honduras-all of Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama-Parts of Colombia and western Ecuador. 35.5”x54” scale 1:1,000,000  

 

Above submitted by Steve Wolff

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