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Maps Collections in the Research Center: Aerial Maps

Aerial Map of Tulsa

Ordering Aerial Maps

Information for ordering National High Altitude Program imagery is available through multiple government agencies. 

The United States Geological Survey (USGS) originally coordinated the program.  Their Earth Resources Observation and Science (EROS) Center site, gives background information about the filming, recording, quality, description, and scale of the maps, as well as ordering information and links to download medium resolution images.

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) also has a variety of imagery available.  Ordering information is available through their Aerial Photography Field Office (APFO)

In addition to NHAP imagery, the USGS offers other options in aerial and satellite imagery. They note that this symbol Downloadable Data Available icon indicates the availability of downloadable data at no charge.

If you are looking for a local resource for high quality aerials, historical or current, INCOG sells a variety.  Check their Map Pricing page for availability and cost. 

Aerial Maps in the Research Center

The Research Center holds both paper and digital collections of historical Tulsa County aerial maps.

Digital Aerial Maps in the Research Center

Paper Aerial Maps in the Reserach Center