Topographical Maps: 1861 - 1945 Russian, in Cyrillic
1931 "LXXIV-A GRODNO"
1931 "HANUSZYSZKI"
(Onuškis),
1938 "N-35-A
VILNO," at
1:500 000.
1938 "PRIEKULE,"
at
1:100 000
1939 "N-35-VII
OSHMYANY,"
1:200 000.  
From www.mapywig.org
1933 "Kaunas" in
two images at
1:200 000. From
www.maps.vlasenko. net
1909 "Litwa LXVII-A:
Sapezheeski" (Zapiškis),
based on 1889 data.
1941 "N-34-70-G
SUVALKI,
1:50 000.
Based on maps back
to 1890.
Sourced, unless stated otherwise, from mapywig.org
1928 "Vilnius," at
1:200 000 in two
images. F
rom www.
maps.vlasenko.net
1931 "Rokiškis" at
1:200 000.  From
www.maps.vlasenko.net
1861 "ШАВЛИ" (SHAVLI),
in a
three-verst map at 1:
126 000.
From the Library of
Congress via easteurotopo.org
1872 "ВИЛЪНА"
(ViILNA), in a three-
verst
map at 1:126 000,
using data from 1865.
From the US Library of
Congress via mapywig.org
1916 ("РУМШИШКИ -
ЖИЖМОРЫ")
(Rumšiškės
to Žiežmariai), in a t
wo-
verst
map at 1:84 000.
From easteurotopo.org
1905 013 Рига (Riga)
From the US Library of Congress via mapywig.org
1898 004 Лиепая
(Liepāja); Мемель  
(Memel)
Полковник Стрельбицкий (Colonel [Ivan] Strel’bitskii:  
"Спец.карта европейской России №14"
(Special map of
European Russia)
, depicting "KOВНО" (Kovno),
"ВИЛЪНА"
(Vilna), "ПОНЕВЪЖЪ" (Panevezh), and  
"ДИНАБУРГЪ"
(Dünaburg), among other towns.
"Специальная карта европейской России" (Special Map of European Russia), 10-versts (10.7 km/6.6 mile) or 1:420 000 from a military project approved in 1865, implemented and
published by Ivan Strel’bitskii :
1903 No. 15 "Ли́да"
(Lida), "Минск" (Minsk)
1873 Russian topo map
(updating an 1865 map):
"
1:126 000 Ryad X List 3
[versts] Shavli
(Siauliai)."  
1889 "SUVALK. GUB.,
MARIAMP.," Russian
topo map,
1:21 000.
1866 Western  
Augustów g,
including
Сувалки
(Suvalki).
1940 O-34-Г Лиепая (Liepaja North)
1:500 000
1940 0-35-В Рига (Riga North)
1:500 000
1940 O-34-Г Лиепая (Liepaja South)
1:500 000
1940 O-35-В Рига (Riga South)
1:500 000
1868 [dated]
www.karty.by
1883 [dated]
Специальная карта европейской России" (Special Map
of European Russia)
, 1-verst (1.07 km/0.66 mile) or 1:42 000
"Russischen karte des Westlichen Grenzgebiets" (Russian maps of the western frontier) at 1:25 000. German enlarged reprints of Russian maps.
1915 [dated] "Gruppe
Kowno XII 17 B." See the
town Чабишки
(Čiobiškis),
at the confluence of the
rivers Neris and Musė.
1915 [dated]  "Gruppe
Kowno XII 17 C." See the
town of Мусники
(Musninkai).