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San Diego County - Lakeside Area Map
  • San Diego County, 1916 Map, from California Mineral Production for 1919, Bulletin No. 88, by Walter W. Bradley, California State Mining Bureau ( pp. 199)
  • Index map of San Diego County granite quarries (monumental and building stone). Commercial 'Black Granite' of San Diego County, California, Special Report 3, by Richard A. Hoppin and L. A. Norman, Jr., State of California, Department of Natural Resources, Division of Mines, 1950 (Figure 1.)
  • Map showing first coverage of San Diego County by topographic maps of the United States Geological Survey.  For modern coverage see plate 2.”*  (Figure 5., in Geology and Mineral Resources of San Diego County, California, County Report 3, by F. Harold Weber, Jr., Geologist, 1963, pp. 44)
  • Dos Cabezas Limestone Deposits - Generalized Geologic Map of the Dos Cabezas Limestone Deposits, San Diego County, California.”  (Figure 42., in Geology and Mineral Resources of San Diego County, California, County Report 3, by F. Harold Weber, Jr., Geologist, 1963, pp. 176)
  • Elliot Dolomite Deposit, Coyote Mountains - Map showing unpatented property holdings that cover the Elliot dolomite deposit, Coyote Mountains.”  (Figure 40., in Geology and Mineral Resources of San Diego County, California, County Report 3, by F. Harold Weber, Jr., Geologist, 1963, pp. 174)
  • Escondido Area (portion of Plate 1. “Plate 1. in Geology and Mineral Resources of San Diego County, California, County Report 3, by F. Harold Weber, Jr., Geologist, 1963)
  • Escondido - (portion of Plate 10. “Granite Quarries in the Lakeside-Foster, Escondido, and Vista Areas, San Diego County, California,” in Geology and Mineral Resources of San Diego County, California, County Report 3, by F. Harold Weber, Jr., Geologist, 1963)
  • Golden State Crystalline Limestone Deposit - Map showing patented claims that cover part of the Golden State crystalline limestone deposit, near Dos Cabezos.”  (Figure 41., in Geology and Mineral Resources of San Diego County, California, County Report 3, by F. Harold Weber, Jr., Geologist, 1963, pp. 175)
  • Granite Quarries in the Lakeside-Foster, Escondido, and Vista Areas, San Diego County, California  (Plate 10., in Geology and Mineral Resources of San Diego County, California, County Report 3, by F. Harold Weber, Jr., Geologist, 1963) 
  • Hilton and Defiance Calcite Deposit - Distribution of most of the workings in the central, Heather and Defiance areas of the Hilton calcite deposit, northeastern San Diego County, California”  (Figure 7., in Geology and Mineral Resources of San Diego County, California, County Report 3, by F. Harold Weber, Jr., Geologist, 1963, pp. 53)
  • Jamul Ranch Limestone Deposit - Geologic sketch map and cross section of the Jamul Ranch limestone deposit, San Diego County, California.”  (Figure 43., in Geology and Mineral Resources of San Diego County, California, County Report 3, by F. Harold Weber, Jr., Geologist, 1963, pp. 179)
  • Lakeside-Foster Area (portion of Plate 1. “Plate 1. in Geology and Mineral Resources of San Diego County, California, County Report 3, by F. Harold Weber, Jr., Geologist, 1963) 
  • Lakeside-Foster Area (portion of Plate 10. “Granite Quarries in the Lakeside-Escondido, & Vista Areas, San Diego County, California,” in Geology and Mineral Resources of San Diego County, California, County Report 3, by F. Harold Weber, Jr., Geologist, 1963)
  • Mesa Grande Gem Mining District – “Principal Mines of the Mesa Grande Gem Mining District, San Diego County, California”  (Plate 4., in Geology and Mineral Resources of San Diego County, California, County Report 3, by F. Harold Weber, Jr., Geologist, 1963) 
  • Montezuma District (portion of Plate 1. “Geology and Mineral Resources of San Diego County, California,”, in Geology and Mineral Resources of San Diego County, California, County Report 3, by F. Harold Weber, Jr., Geologist, 1963)
  • Pala District – “Geology and Mineral Deposits of the Pala District, Diego County, California”  (Plate 3., in Geology and Mineral Resources of San Diego County, California, County Report 3, by F. Harold Weber, Jr., Geologist, 1963)
  • Ramona District – “Geology and Gem Mineral Deposits of the Principal Part of the Ramona District, San Diego County, California”  (Plate 5., in Geology and Mineral Resources of San Diego County, California, County Report 3, by F. Harold Weber, Jr., Geologist, 1963) 
  • Rincon District – “Geologic Map of the Rincon District, Showing Mines and Prospects, San Diego County, California”  (Plate 6., in Geology and Mineral Resources of San Diego County, California, County Report 3, by F. Harold Weber, Jr., Geologist, 1963) 
  • Sentenac Crystallina Limestone Deposit - Map showing Sentenac patented claim, which covers the Sentenac crystalline limestone deposit near Ranchita.”  (Figure 39., in Geology and Mineral Resources of San Diego County, California, County Report 3, by F. Harold Weber, Jr., Geologist, 1963, pp. 174)
  • Vista / San Marcos Area (portion of Plate 1. “Geology and Mineral Resources of San Diego County, California,” in Geology and Mineral Resources of San Diego County, California, County Report 3, by F. Harold Weber, Jr., Geologist, 1963)
  • Vista / San Marcos Area (portion of Plate 10. “Granite Quarries in the Lakeside-Escondido, & Vista Areas, San Diego County, California,” in Geology and Mineral Resources of San Diego County, California, County Report 3, by F. Harold Weber, Jr., Geologist, 1963)

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