This interesting vintage map shows Austin, the capital of Texas, as it was in the first quarter of the 20th century. It bears an inscription of “The City of Austin and Suburbs”, with a legend and a year 1925. The map was carefully drawn to scale and displays road names, house numbers, parks, schools, and government institutions, offering a snapshot into the rich history of the area and the lives of the city people. While the map is drawn in black ink, one thing that stands out is the Colorado River, enhanced with a cool blue hue. Similarly, the blue color emphasizes the Lake Austin, with the dam in between the two bodies of water. Printed in giclee technique, this map is guaranteed not to fade for 100 years.