This is a portion of a real estate map from around 1910; I recall this hanging in the old Bank of Chaffee building when I was a kid. Jerry Stroup, retired Frisco conductor and current webmaster of the Chaffee Historical Society, was kind enough to provide a copy to me. Note that this is listed as a yard for the St. Louis, Memphis & Southeastern and Chicago and Eastern Illinois. North is roughly to the left. Most everything here jives with later Sanborn maps that I have. The only items that I don't think ever existed was the restaurant to the north (left) of the passenger depot, and the large machine shop to the north (left) of the roundhouse. Also, the area that would appear to be locomotive storage (tracks between the roundhouse and "Car Repair Shop" was in later years filled by buildings (division stores and loading dock, milling shop, lockers, foreman's office, etc.).