Map (a) of Langley Municipality by K.R. Major, originally dated April 3, 1956 but by Feb. 9, 1967 in its 9th revision. Paper is cream-coloured and faded with age, and all text and map markings are printed in dark blue; parcels of land are identified; roads feature numbers and street names, and plots of land are visible; Highway #1 is visible, as is the BC Electric Railway, and Fraser Highway is still noted as the Trans-Canada Highway. Rolled inside the map was a 3 sheet (5 page) document (b), stapled together in the top left corner that reads, "THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF LANGLEY / MUNICIPAL HALL MURRAYVILLE, B.C. / At the time the Municipality of Langley set up a house numbering system, most / of the streets and avenues were designated by numbers to replace street names. / The use of both house number and street number is recommended not only for mail / delivery, but also to assist the Fire Departments, the Police, Social Welfare, / Medical personnel, and commercial delivery services. / The Post Office requests your cooperation bny using this system and the Municipal / Council supports this request. / It is also suggested that the house numbers be painted on the mail boxes. / PLEASE KEEP THIS LIST FOR FUTURE REFERENCE Revised February, 1964." The following pages list the names of roads and their street numbers.