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Map of Concentration Camps in Soviet Russia
Mora, Sylwester (S. Sta...
Map of Concentration Ca...
1945
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Author [Mora, Sylwester (S. Starzewski), Zwierniak, Piotr (Kazimierz Zamorski)]
Full Title Map of Concentration Camps in Soviet Russia
List No 10503.000
Note Map shows the vast system of Soviet era forced labor camps in Russia. As noted by PJ Mode "This is the first appearance of a cold war map of Soviet concentration camps. It purports to show the various concentration camp systems, occupying fully half the territory of the Soviet Union. Text on the right of the map explains the organization of the camps and says that it was drawn from "original soviet documents and written statements from former prisoners." It explains that there are additional camps not shown on the map for want of adequate information. At the top of the map are photographs of "soviet documents from the camp authorities." Below the map are details about the particular industries and activities of individual camps and systems. The map was produced by "by two Polish military offıcers, Sylvester Mora and Pierre Zwierniak" in "one of the fırst books to bring in fırst hand accounts by prisoners and to feature some of the fırst attempts at quantifying slave labor." (Barney 2013, 346). The book was Sprawiedliwość Sowiecka, published in Rome in 1945, also published as La Justice Sovietique and Giustizia Sovietica. Mora and Zwierniak were pseudonyms for S. Starzewski and Kazimierz Zamorski (Applebaum 2003, 649.) At points in the text, the translation into English is rough." ( PJ Mode, https://digital.library.cornell.edu/catalog/ss:3293927 ) For a history of the ownership of this map see https://rumsey3.s3.amazonaws.com/OwnershipHistoryMapOfConcentrationCampsSovietRussia1945.pdf
(Transportation Map Of The Russian Empire).
Jungmeister, J. A. (fl....
(Transportation Map Of ...
1854
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Author Jungmeister, J. A. (fl. 1841 – 1862)
Full Title (Transportation Map Of The Russian Empire).
List No 11243.000
Note Untitled folding detailed transportation map of Russia in Europe, dissected into 32 segments 23.5x13.5, and backed with linen. Including the mileage between town, also features the early stages of Russia’s railway system. With 6 Inset plans of St. Petersburg; Moscow; Riga, today in Latvia; Warsaw, today in Poland; Nizhniy Novgorod and map of Russia in Asia. The inset map depicts all of Asian Russia, from the Urals to Kamchatka, and delineates the main transcontinental road system which extended from Yekaterinburg, on the eastern slope of the Urals, all the way across to Okhotsk, on the Pacific, and then beyond to Kamchatka, showing precise mileage between stations along the transcontinental route throughout. Published by the St. Petersburg bookseller J.A. Jungmeister. While the map’s title is missing, Jungmeister’s name appears below the blank space where the title was intended to have been engraved, an imprint appears, in the upper left margin, noting that the map was printed in St. Petersburg on March 19, 1854.The map is one of the earliest maps to delineate all of the Russian Empire’s major roads in exacting detail, and as the legend explains on the right, the roads are classified into three categories: major post roads (highways); regional roads; and rural (dirt) roads. The map gives the precise mileage between the towns along each road, a detail very seldom seen on Russian road maps of the period. The coverage of roads, with mileage, even extends a ways into neighboring countries, also showing first major railway lines. Map depicts all of European Russia, extends onto Scandinavia, parts of Central Europe, Romania and the Caucuses. Showing oblasts (provinces), cities and towns. Map appears to be an unfinished proof state of an intended final publication. Most notably, a great blank space remains in the far upper left corner where the title was intended to have been placed.
CYBERTHREAT REAL-TIME MAP
AO Kaspersky Lab
CYBERTHREAT REAL-TIME M...
2017
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Author AO Kaspersky Lab
Full Title CYBERTHREAT REAL-TIME MAP
List No 10152.000
Note Live web page showing all current cyberthreats throughout the world.
Carte de la Telegraphie Electrique De L'Europe
Sagansan, L.
Carte de la Telegraphie...
1854
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Author Sagansan, L.
Full Title Carte de la Telegraphie Electrique De L'Europe Dressee par ordre de M. Le Viomte de Vougy Directeur Genral de l'Administration des Lignes Telegraphiques par L. Sagansan Geographe de S.M. Empereur et de l'Administraion des Postes Paris
List No 10473.000
Note One of the Earliest Telegraph Maps of Europe Extremely rare early map illustrating the progress of providing telegraph lines throughout Europe. This may be the earliest thematic map which focuses solely on telegraph lines across all of Europe. The map illustrates the telegraph lines then in operation, those under construction and the Telegraph Directorates and Bureaus. Among the more noteworthy connections are the cable across the English Channel, the Cable extending to Corsica and the proposed cable from Sardinia to North Africa. History of the Telegraph The first working telegraph was built by the English inventor Francis Ronalds in 1816 and used static electricity. Offering his invention to the Admiralty in July 1816, it was rejected as "wholly unnecessary". The telegraph invented by Baron Schilling von Canstatt in 1832 had a transmitting device which consisted of a keyboard with 16 black-and-white keys. Pavel Schilling subsequently improved its apparatus. The first commercial electrical telegraph was the Cooke and Wheatstone system. A demonstration four-needle system was installed on the Euston to Camden Town section of Robert Stephenson's London and Birmingham Railway in 1837 for signaling rope-hauling of locomotives. It was rejected in favor of pneumatic whistles. Cooke and Wheatstone had their first commercial success with a system installed on the Great Western Railway over the 13 miles from Paddington station to West Drayton in 1838. The Electric Telegraph Company, the world's first public telegraphy company was formed in 1845 by financier John Lewis Ricardo and Cooke. In 1851, a conference in Vienna of countries in the German-Austrian Telegraph Union adopted the Morse telegraph as the system for international communications. The code adopted was considerably modified from the original Morse code, and was based on a code used on Hamburg railways (Gerke, 1848). A common code was a necessary step to allow direct telegraph connection between countries. With different codes, additional operators were required to translate and retransmit the message. As well as the rapid expansion of the use of the telegraphs along the railways, they soon spread into the field of mass communication with the instruments being installed in post offices. Telegraph networks were expensive to build, but financing was readily available, especially from London bankers. By 1852, National systems were in operation in major countries The Bibliotheque National de France holds an 1855 edition, which shows a number of new telegraph lines, most notably one across the Black Sea and one from Moscow to Odessa. (Ruderman, 2020)
Population of India Shown by Rectangles.
Survey Of India
Population of India Sho...
1920
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Author Survey Of India
Full Title Population of India Shown by Rectangles. Each Rectangular Compartment, And Also Each Coastal Portion, Represents 1 Million Persons.
List No 10483.000
Note Date estimated.
Five Japans
Harrison, Richard Edes
Five Japans
1936
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Author Harrison, Richard Edes
Full Title Five Japans : I- Japan is coal and Iron. II- Japan is the Japanese. III- Japan is the land to till. IV- Japan is six cities. V- Japan is Rock and metal. Harrison.
List No 13204000
Note Five thematic maps of Japan on 1 sheet. Drawn by Richard Edes Harrison for TIME Fortune weekly magazine. Published as supplement to Fortune Magazine, 1936. Map shows geographical, physical, mining and mineral resources aspects, major cities, ports, fortifications, population, routes and distances. Relief shown by shadings. Includes notes, topography and table of "Raw materials".
World
Akisato, Yamane
World
1906
World Atlas
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Author Akisato, Yamane
Full Title (World). New atlas & geography table = Bankoku chin chizu chiri tokeihyo. Hensansha Yamane Akisato. Nakamura, Shobido, Meiji 39 (1906). Daiteisei zoho dai 1-han.
List No 9820.004
Note 3 uncolored map of the world on 2 pages. Shows continents, countries, sea currents and rainfall.
Text Page: The Solar System. Map of ocean currents and wind
Akisato, Yamane
Text Page: The Solar Sy...
1906
World Atlas
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Author Akisato, Yamane
Full Title (Text Page to) New atlas & geography table = Bankoku chin chizu chiri tokeihyo. Hensansha Yamane Akisato. Nakamura, Shobido, Meiji 39 (1906). Daiteisei zoho dai 1-han.
List No 9820.006
Note 2 pages of text and explanation of celestial map with uncolored views of rainfall, mountains, volcanoes etc.
Title: Yaggy's Geographical Study
Yaggy, Levi Walter
Title: Yaggy's Geograph...
1887
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Author Yaggy, Levi Walter
Full Title (Title Page to) Yaggy's Geographical Study Comprising Physical, Political, Geological, and Astronomical Geography. Published by Western Publishing House. Chicago. Copyrighted 1887.
List No 10200.002
Planetary System. Eclipse of the Sun. The Moon. The Zodiacal Light. Meteoric Shower.
Yaggy, Levi Walter
Planetary System. Eclip...
1887
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Author Yaggy, Levi Walter
Full Title Planetary System. Eclipse of the Sun. The Moon. The Zodiacal Light. Meteoric Shower.
List No 10200.003
Note This chart has 5 opening flaps.
(backlit) Planetary System. Eclipse of the Sun. The Moon. The Zodiacal Light. Meteoric Shower.
Yaggy, Levi Walter
(backlit) Planetary Sys...
1887
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Author Yaggy, Levi Walter
Full Title (backlit) Planetary System. Eclipse of the Sun. The Moon. The Zodiacal Light. Meteoric Shower.
List No 10200.004
Note This chart has 5 opening flaps. Here it is backlit.
(detail) (backlit) Planetary System... (Flap open showing) The Change of Seasons.
Yaggy, Levi Walter
(detail) (backlit) Plan...
1887
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Author Yaggy, Levi Walter
Full Title (detail) (backlit) Planetary System... (Flap open showing) The Change of Seasons.
List No 10200.016
(backlit) Planetary System... (All flaps open except the center flap).
Yaggy, Levi Walter
(backlit) Planetary Sys...
1887
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Author Yaggy, Levi Walter
Full Title (backlit) Planetary System... (All flaps open except the center flap).
List No 10200.017
Note All flaps open except the center flap.
Physical Geography. (Flap open showing typical geologic structures and life on the "Pre-Adamite Earth").
Yaggy, Levi Walter
Physical Geography. (Fl...
1887
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Author Yaggy, Levi Walter
Full Title Physical Geography. (Flap open showing typical geologic structures and life on the "Pre-Adamite Earth").
List No 10200.022
Maps of urban regions, scale 1:500,000.
Wurman, Richard Saul; P...
Maps of urban regions, ...
1966
City Atlas
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Author [Wurman, Richard Saul, Passonneau, Joseph R.]
Full Title Maps of urban regions, scale 1:500,000. Atlanta, Boston, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Denver, Chicago, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Milwaukee.
List No 10195.002
Note Maps of 11 urban areas at the same scale.
Nationalities Map No. 1 Nationalities Map No. 2 Nationalities Map No. 3 Nationalities Map No. 4
Hull-House (Chicago, Il...
Nationalities Map No. 1...
1895
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Author [Hull-House (Chicago, Ill.), Addams, Jane, 1860-1935, Kelley, Florence, 1859-1932]
Full Title Nationalities Map No. 1. Polk Street to Twelfth, Halsted Street to Jefferson, Chicago. Nationalities Map No. 2. Polk Street to Twelfth, Jefferson Street to Beach, Chicago. Nationalities Map No. 3. Polk Street to Twelfth, Beach Street to Pacific Avenue, Chicago. Nationalities Map No. 4. Polk Street to Twelfth, Pacific Avenue to State Street, Chicago.
List No 10165.001
Note Crouch: "The Hull House maps were groundbreaking in both sociology and cartography, pioneering the method of mapping "social and demographic characteristics of a population within a geographical area" over time to initiate social change (Deegan). The maps document socioeconomic data from slum neighbourhoods in the midst of immigration into the United States. When impoverished Europeans fled to America in search of financial security, the rapid influx and lack of housing that awaited them led to atrocious conditions of decay and overcrowding in industrial centres. Hull House was set up to counter this trend. It was opened by Jane Addams and Ellen Gates Starr in 1889, two social reformers and activists who decided to start the house after visiting a similar institution, Toynbee Hall, in Britain. Settlement houses were charity centres which aimed to alleviate poverty and encourage social diversity by housing middle class volunteers amongst working class recipients. Hull House acted as a residential facility as well as a community centre for newly arrived immigrants. A place where integration into American society was taught through various skills and language classes, Hull House illustrated the burgeoning social concerns circulating throughout the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The Hull House Maps and Papers project was led by Florence Kelley, a researcher and advocate who was particularly interested in social and working conditions. As well as the Hull House project, she also worked on the report of the smallpox epidemic in Chicago in 1893, and helped enforce the provisions of the Illinois Factory Inspection Law (she was the first female factory inspector in America). The team based at Hull House collected data by visiting and questioning the inhabitants of the neighbourhood, helped by four workers from the Bureau of Labor (the research was part of a wider project on slums commissioned by Congress in 1892). The book eventually produced was a collection of essays on topics ranging from labour unions to the function of art in the community. The highlights, however, were the maps, inspired by Charles Booth's poverty maps of London. There are two sets of maps covering the same four sections of Chicago: one showing the nationality of the inhabitants of each buildings, and one showing the weekly household income. The different nationalities and income bands are represented by different colours. The maps can be juxtaposed to show both the variety of people emigrating to America, and also how successful they were. Hull House then used these maps as the basis of discussion for future projects. For example, by comparing the first wage and nationality maps showing Halstead Street to Jefferson, it is clear that the strips of English-speaking people along De Koven and West 12th tended to earn in the highest income bracket, above 20 dollars per week, suggesting the importance of the language lessons offered by the House. The maps are also an important example of the growth in research work done by women in centres like Hull-House, while social science as a discipline was still forming in traditional academic institutions. They were "the single most important work by American women social scientists before 1900" (Kish Sklar)."
Wage Map No. 1 Wage Map No. 2 Wage Map No. 3 Wage Map No. 4
Hull-House (Chicago, Il...
Wage Map No. 1 Wage Map...
1895
Geography Book
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Author [Hull-House (Chicago, Ill.), Addams, Jane, 1860-1935, Kelley, Florence, 1859-1932]
Full Title Wage Map No. 1. Polk Street to Twelfth, Halsted Street to Jefferson, Chicago. Wage Map No. 2. Polk Street to Twelfth, Jefferson Street to Beach, Chicago. Wage Map No. 3. Polk Street to Twelfth, Beach Street to Pacific Avenue, Chicago. Wage Map No. 4. Polk Street to Twelfth, Pacific Avenue to State Street, Chicago.
List No 10165.002
Note Crouch: "The Hull House maps were groundbreaking in both sociology and cartography, pioneering the method of mapping "social and demographic characteristics of a population within a geographical area" over time to initiate social change (Deegan). The maps document socioeconomic data from slum neighbourhoods in the midst of immigration into the United States. When impoverished Europeans fled to America in search of financial security, the rapid influx and lack of housing that awaited them led to atrocious conditions of decay and overcrowding in industrial centres. Hull House was set up to counter this trend. It was opened by Jane Addams and Ellen Gates Starr in 1889, two social reformers and activists who decided to start the house after visiting a similar institution, Toynbee Hall, in Britain. Settlement houses were charity centres which aimed to alleviate poverty and encourage social diversity by housing middle class volunteers amongst working class recipients. Hull House acted as a residential facility as well as a community centre for newly arrived immigrants. A place where integration into American society was taught through various skills and language classes, Hull House illustrated the burgeoning social concerns circulating throughout the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The Hull House Maps and Papers project was led by Florence Kelley, a researcher and advocate who was particularly interested in social and working conditions. As well as the Hull House project, she also worked on the report of the smallpox epidemic in Chicago in 1893, and helped enforce the provisions of the Illinois Factory Inspection Law (she was the first female factory inspector in America). The team based at Hull House collected data by visiting and questioning the inhabitants of the neighbourhood, helped by four workers from the Bureau of Labor (the research was part of a wider project on slums commissioned by Congress in 1892). The book eventually produced was a collection of essays on topics ranging from labour unions to the function of art in the community. The highlights, however, were the maps, inspired by Charles Booth's poverty maps of London. There are two sets of maps covering the same four sections of Chicago: one showing the nationality of the inhabitants of each buildings, and one showing the weekly household income. The different nationalities and income bands are represented by different colours. The maps can be juxtaposed to show both the variety of people emigrating to America, and also how successful they were. Hull House then used these maps as the basis of discussion for future projects. For example, by comparing the first wage and nationality maps showing Halstead Street to Jefferson, it is clear that the strips of English-speaking people along De Koven and West 12th tended to earn in the highest income bracket, above 20 dollars per week, suggesting the importance of the language lessons offered by the House. The maps are also an important example of the growth in research work done by women in centres like Hull-House, while social science as a discipline was still forming in traditional academic institutions. They were "the single most important work by American women social scientists before 1900" (Kish Sklar)."
Map Showing The Distribution Of The Slave Population Of The Southern States
Hergesheimer, Edwin
Map Showing The Distrib...
1861
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Author [Hergesheimer, Edwin, U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey]
Full Title Map Showing The Distribution Of The Slave Population Of The Southern States Of The United States Compiled from the Census Of 1860.
List No 10166.000
Note "Entered according to Act of Congress, A.D. 1861 by Henry S. Graham." "Sold for the benefit of the sick and wounded soldiers of the U.S. Army." "Census Office, Department of the Interior, Washington, Sept. 9th, 1861. After a careful examination of the above very interesting map I am prepared to state that it not only furnishes the evidences of great care in its execution, but can be relied on as corresponding with the official returns of the 8th Census. [Signed in facsimile] Jos. C.G. Kennedy, Superintendent." Map indicates by gray patterns, the percentage of slaves in each county. "It should be observed, that several counties appear comparatively light. This arises from the preponderance of whites and free blacks in the large towns in those counties. . The figures in each county represent the percentage of slaves." "Scale of shade" printed in lower right corner. Includes population table based on census of 1860. Susan Schulten "The 1860 Census was the last time the federal government took a count of the South’s vast slave population. Several months later, the United States Coast Survey—arguably the most important scientific agency in the nation at the time—issued two maps of slavery that drew on the Census data, the first of Virginia and the second of Southern states as a whole. Though many Americans knew that dependence on slave labor varied throughout the South, these maps uniquely captured the complexity of the institution and struck a chord with a public hungry for information about the rebellion. The map uses what was then a new technique in statistical cartography: Each county not only displays its slave population numerically, but is shaded (the darker the shading, the higher the number of slaves) to visualize the concentration of slavery across the region. The counties along the Mississippi River and in coastal South Carolina are almost black, while Kentucky and the Appalachians are nearly white." .
Web Trend Map 2007
Information Architects,...
Web Trend Map 2007
2007
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Author Information Architects, ia.net
Full Title Web Trend Map 2007
List No 10121.000
Note From the 30. December 2006 iA blog: "The iA Trend Map shows all the big players, the current Internet trends and how they’re connected, using the Tokyo Metro map. It’s totally unscientific and almost useless, but definitely fun to look at." More at https://ia.net/topics/webtrends2007/
Title: Yaggy's Geographical Portfolio
Yaggy, Levi Walter
Title: Yaggy's Geograph...
1893
Physical Atlas
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Author Yaggy, Levi Walter
Full Title (Title Page to) Yaggy's Geographical Portfolio
List No 10096.001
Note Yaggy's large geographical charts are among the most beautiful and impressive educational charts published in the 19th century. Using chromolithography, Yaggy created stunning colors and contrasts in his images of the world, its regions, and peoples. The ten charts in this set were originally housed in a large wooden portfolio that also served as a display mechanism, allowing the charts to be tilted up for classroom use. In the portfolio were also two elaborate charts of the universe with moving parts and tinted gels. In 1887 Yaggy published a set of charts with a similar theme, "Geographical Study: Comprising Physical, Political, Geological and Astronomical Geography," although it did not include any of the chromolithographic charts in our 1893 set. Rather it had more conventional maps of the world and nations. Yaggy intended his charts to be used in classrooms by students, and issued a teacher’s handbook to assist with instruction. Yaggy published other educational works: Museum of Antiquity; A Description of Ancient Life… (1880); The Royal Path of Life; Or, Aims and Aids to Success and Happiness (1881); The Standard History of All Nations and Races… (1899); and How to Do a Consulting Library for Every Want (1902); Yaggy’s Anatomical Study; Presenting the Skeleton, Muscles, Arteries, Veins and Nerves, also Four Life-Size Manikins of the Body, the Head, the Eye and the Ear (Chicago, ca. 1884-1885), which featured life-size illustrations and cutaways of the human body.
Geographical Definitions Illustrated.
Yaggy, Levi Walter
Geographical Definition...
1893
Physical Atlas
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Author Yaggy, Levi Walter
Full Title Geographical Definitions Illustrated.
List No 10096.002
Climatic Chart of the World, Showing the Distribution of the Human Race and the Animal and Vegetable Kingdoms
Yaggy, Levi Walter
Climatic Chart of the W...
1893
Physical Atlas
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Author Yaggy, Levi Walter
Full Title Climatic Chart of the World, Showing the Distribution of the Human Race and the Animal and Vegetable Kingdoms
List No 10096.003
Tropical Zone.
Yaggy, Levi Walter
Tropical Zone.
1893
Physical Atlas
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Author Yaggy, Levi Walter
Full Title Tropical Zone.
List No 10096.004
Arctic Zone.
Yaggy, Levi Walter
Arctic Zone.
1893
Physical Atlas
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Author Yaggy, Levi Walter
Full Title Arctic Zone.
List No 10096.005
Temperate Zone.
Yaggy, Levi Walter
Temperate Zone.
1893
Physical Atlas
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Author Yaggy, Levi Walter
Full Title Temperate Zone.
List No 10096.006
Nature in Descending Regions.
Yaggy, Levi Walter
Nature in Descending Re...
1893
Physical Atlas
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Author Yaggy, Levi Walter
Full Title Nature in Descending Regions.
List No 10096.007
View of Nature in Ascending Regions.
Yaggy, Levi Walter
View of Nature in Ascen...
1893
Physical Atlas
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Author Yaggy, Levi Walter
Full Title View of Nature in Ascending Regions.
List No 10096.008
Geological Chart.
Yaggy, Levi Walter
Geological Chart.
1893
Physical Atlas
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Author Yaggy, Levi Walter
Full Title Geological Chart.
List No 10096.009
The California Water Atlas.
California Governor's O...
The California Water At...
1979
BookReader
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Author [Bowen, William A., Brand, Stewart, California Department of Water Resources, California Governor's Office of Planning and Research, Fuller, David L., Kahrl, William L., Ryan, Donald A., Shelton, Marlyn L.]
Full Title The California Water Atlas.
List No 5788.067
Note This is the flip book reader version of this atlas, showing all text, maps, and illustrations and allowing searching of all the text.
Maps of the State of Iowa showing representative districts, senatorial districts.
Andreas, A. T. (Alfred ...
Maps of the State of Io...
1875
State Atlas
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Author Andreas, A. T. (Alfred Theodore), 1839-1900
Full Title Map of the State of Iowa showing representative districts ... (with) Map of the State of Iowa showing senatorial districts ... (both) by A.T. Andreas, Chicago, Ills. (Published by the Andreas Atlas Co., Lakeside Building, Chicago, Ills. Engraved & printed by Chas. Shober & Co., Props. of Chicago Lithographing Co.)
List No 0018.008
Note Two col. lithographed maps.
Maps of the State of Iowa showing congressional districts, judicial districts.
Andreas, A. T. (Alfred ...
Maps of the State of Io...
1875
State Atlas
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Author Andreas, A. T. (Alfred Theodore), 1839-1900
Full Title Map of the State of Iowa showing congressional districts ... (with) Map of the State of Iowa showing judicial districts ... (both) by A.T. Andreas, Chicago, Ills. (Published by the Andreas Atlas Co., Lakeside Building, Chicago, Ills. Engraved & printed by Chas. Shober & Co., Props. of Chicago Lithographing Co.)
List No 0018.009
Note Two col. lithographed maps.
Congressional districts. Judicial districts (Indiana)
Andreas, A. T. (Alfred ...
Congressional districts...
1876
State Atlas
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Author [Andreas, A. T. (Alfred Theodore), 1839-1900, Baskin, Forster and Company]
Full Title Congressional districts. Judicial districts (Indiana. Published by Baskin, Forster & Co. Lakeside Building Chicago, Ills. 1876. Engraved & Printed by Chas. Shober & Co. Props. of Chicago Lithographing Co.)
List No 0019.004
Note Two lithographed full col. maps.
Senatorial districts. Representative districts (Indiana)
Andreas, A. T. (Alfred ...
Senatorial districts. R...
1876
State Atlas
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Author [Andreas, A. T. (Alfred Theodore), 1839-1900, Baskin, Forster and Company]
Full Title Senatorial districts. Representative districts (Indiana. Published by Baskin, Forster & Co. Lakeside Building Chicago, Ills. 1876. Engraved & Printed by Chas. Shober & Co. Props. of Chicago Lithographing Co.)
List No 0019.005
Note Two lithographed full col. maps.
Covers: Blodget's Climatology of the United States
Blodget, Lorin
Covers: Blodget's Clima...
1857
Survey Book
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Author Blodget, Lorin
Full Title (Covers to) Climatology of the United States, And of the Temperate Latitudes of the North American Continent. ... By Lorin Blodget ... Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott and Co. Trubner and Co.; London. 1857. (on verso) Entered ... 1857, by Lorin Blodget ... Pennsylvania.
List No 0083.001
Note Sabin: "Highly eulogized by Humboldt." First important work on this subject. See DAB. Maps uncolored except for climatological information which is shown in red. Cloth covered boards with "Blodget's Climatology of the United States" on spine.
Title Page: Blodget's Climatology of the United States
Blodget, Lorin
Title Page: Blodget's C...
1857
Survey Book
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Author Blodget, Lorin
Full Title (Title Page to) Climatology of the United States, And of the Temperate Latitudes of the North American Continent. ... By Lorin Blodget ... Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott and Co. Trubner and Co.; London. 1857. (on verso) Entered ... 1857, by Lorin Blodget ... Pennsylvania.
List No 0083.002
Note Sabin: "Highly eulogized by Humboldt." First important work on this subject. See DAB. Maps uncolored except for climatological information which is shown in red. Cloth covered boards with "Blodget's Climatology of the United States" on spine.
Text Page: Announcement
Blodget, Lorin
Text Page: Announcement
1857
Survey Book
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Author Blodget, Lorin
Full Title (Text Page to) Announcement. Climatology of the United States, And of the Temperate Latitudes of the North American Continent. ... By Lorin Blodget ... Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott and Co. Trubner and Co.; London. 1857. (on opposite page) Entered ... 1857, by Lorin Blodget ... Pennsylvania.
List No 0083.003
Note Announcement with copyright information on opposite page. Sabin: "Highly eulogized by Humboldt." First important work on this subject. See DAB. Maps uncolored except for climatological information which is shown in red. Cloth covered boards with "Blodget's Climatology of the United States" on spine.
Text Page: (Continues) Announcement: Climatology of the United States
Blodget, Lorin
Text Page: (Continues) ...
1857
Survey Book
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Author Blodget, Lorin
Full Title (Text Page to) Announcement. Climatology of the United States, And of the Temperate Latitudes of the North American Continent. ... By Lorin Blodget ... Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott and Co. Trubner and Co.; London. 1857. (on opposite page) Entered ... 1857, by Lorin Blodget ... Pennsylvania.
List No 0083.004
Note Announcement. Sabin: "Highly eulogized by Humboldt." First important work on this subject. See DAB. Maps uncolored except for climatological information which is shown in red. Cloth covered boards with "Blodget's Climatology of the United States" on spine.
Text Page: Author's preface: Climatology of the United States
Blodget, Lorin
Text Page: Author's pre...
1857
Survey Book
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Author Blodget, Lorin
Full Title (Text Page to) Author's Preface. Climatology of the United States, And of the Temperate Latitudes of the North American Continent. ... By Lorin Blodget ... Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott and Co. Trubner and Co.; London. 1857. (on opposite page) Entered ... 1857, by Lorin Blodget ... Pennsylvania.
List No 0083.005
Note Preface. Sabin: "Highly eulogized by Humboldt." First important work on this subject. See DAB. Maps uncolored except for climatological information which is shown in red. Cloth covered boards with "Blodget's Climatology of the United States" on spine.
Text Page: (Continues) Author's preface: Climatology of the United States
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Full Title (Text Page to) Author's Preface. Climatology of the United States, And of the Temperate Latitudes of the North American Continent. ... By Lorin Blodget ... Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott and Co. Trubner and Co.; London. 1857. (on opposite page) Entered ... 1857, by Lorin Blodget ... Pennsylvania.
List No 0083.006
Note Preface. Sabin: "Highly eulogized by Humboldt." First important work on this subject. See DAB. Maps uncolored except for climatological information which is shown in red. Cloth covered boards with "Blodget's Climatology of the United States" on spine.
Text Page: (Continues) Author's preface: Climatology of the United States
Blodget, Lorin
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1857
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Full Title (Text Page to) Author's Preface. Climatology of the United States, And of the Temperate Latitudes of the North American Continent. ... By Lorin Blodget ... Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott and Co. Trubner and Co.; London. 1857. (on opposite page) Entered ... 1857, by Lorin Blodget ... Pennsylvania.
List No 0083.007
Note Preface. Sabin: "Highly eulogized by Humboldt." First important work on this subject. See DAB. Maps uncolored except for climatological information which is shown in red. Cloth covered boards with "Blodget's Climatology of the United States" on spine.
Text Page: (Continues) Author's preface: Climatology of the United States
Blodget, Lorin
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1857
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Full Title (Text Page to) Author's Preface. Climatology of the United States, And of the Temperate Latitudes of the North American Continent. ... By Lorin Blodget ... Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott and Co. Trubner and Co.; London. 1857. (on opposite page) Entered ... 1857, by Lorin Blodget ... Pennsylvania.
List No 0083.008
Note Preface. Sabin: "Highly eulogized by Humboldt." First important work on this subject. See DAB. Maps uncolored except for climatological information which is shown in red. Cloth covered boards with "Blodget's Climatology of the United States" on spine.
Contents: Climatology of the United States
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Contents: Climatology o...
1857
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Author Blodget, Lorin
Full Title (Contents to) Contents. Climatology of the United States, And of the Temperate Latitudes of the North American Continent. ... By Lorin Blodget ... Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott and Co. Trubner and Co.; London. 1857. (on opposite page) Entered ... 1857, by Lorin Blodget ... Pennsylvania.
List No 0083.009
Note Sabin: "Highly eulogized by Humboldt." First important work on this subject. See DAB. Maps uncolored except for climatological information which is shown in red. Cloth covered boards with "Blodget's Climatology of the United States" on spine.
Contents: (Continues) Climatology of the United States
Blodget, Lorin
Contents: (Continues) C...
1857
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Author Blodget, Lorin
Full Title (Contents to) Contents. Climatology of the United States, And of the Temperate Latitudes of the North American Continent. ... By Lorin Blodget ... Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott and Co. Trubner and Co.; London. 1857. (on opposite page) Entered ... 1857, by Lorin Blodget ... Pennsylvania.
List No 0083.010
Note Sabin: "Highly eulogized by Humboldt." First important work on this subject. See DAB. Maps uncolored except for climatological information which is shown in red. Cloth covered boards with "Blodget's Climatology of the United States" on spine.
Contents: (Continues) Climatology of the United States
Blodget, Lorin
Contents: (Continues) C...
1857
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Author Blodget, Lorin
Full Title (Contents to) Contents. Climatology of the United States, And of the Temperate Latitudes of the North American Continent. ... By Lorin Blodget ... Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott and Co. Trubner and Co.; London. 1857. (on opposite page) Entered ... 1857, by Lorin Blodget ... Pennsylvania.
List No 0083.011
Note Sabin: "Highly eulogized by Humboldt." First important work on this subject. See DAB. Maps uncolored except for climatological information which is shown in red. Cloth covered boards with "Blodget's Climatology of the United States" on spine.
Contents: (Continues) Climatology of the United States
Blodget, Lorin
Contents: (Continues) C...
1857
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Author Blodget, Lorin
Full Title (Contents to) Contents. Climatology of the United States, And of the Temperate Latitudes of the North American Continent. ... By Lorin Blodget ... Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott and Co. Trubner and Co.; London. 1857. (on opposite page) Entered ... 1857, by Lorin Blodget ... Pennsylvania.
List No 0083.012
Note Sabin: "Highly eulogized by Humboldt." First important work on this subject. See DAB. Maps uncolored except for climatological information which is shown in red. Cloth covered boards with "Blodget's Climatology of the United States" on spine.
Comparison of temperatures for the temperate latitudes of the Northern Hemisphere
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Comparison of temperatu...
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Full Title Comparison of temperatures for the temperate latitudes of the Northern Hemisphere. (with) Profile of the altitude near the Pacific Coast of North America. (with) Profile of altitude near the West coast of Europe, from the west. Lit. of F. Bourquin & Co., No. 50 South Third St. Philada. (to accompany) Climatology of the United States ...1857.
List No 0083.013
Note Uncolored map. Showing comparison of temperatures in Northern Hemisphere, from Pacific to coast of China. climatological information shown in red. Shows national boundaries and principle cities.
Comparison of temperatures for the temperate latitudes of the Northern Hemisphere
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Comparison of temperatu...
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Full Title Comparison of precipitation for the temperate latitudes of the Northern Hemisphere. (with) Profile of the altitude near the Pacific Coast of North America. (with) Profile of altitude near the West coast of Europe, from the west. Lit. of F. Bourquin & Co., No. 50 South Third St. Philada. (to accompany) Climatology of the United States ...1857.
List No 0083.014
Note Uncolored map. Showing comparison of precipitation in Northern Hemisphere, from Pacific to coast of China. Shows boundaries and principle cities.
Isothermal chart: Mean distribution of heat for the Spring on the North American Continent
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Isothermal chart: Mean ...
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Full Title Isothermal chart: Mean distribution of heat for the Spring on the North American Continent; between 25 (degrees) and 50 (degrees) N. Lat. By Lorin Blodget. Fred Bourquin & Co., 50 S. 3rd. St. Phila. (to accompany) Climatology of the United States ...1857.
List No 0083.015
Note Shows average Spring temperature by isothermal lines.. Isothermal lines shown in red. Includes: "Explanation of isothermals", and table of Mean sea temperature in Spring. Shows principle cities, rivers, mountains, etc. Relief shown by hachures.
Isothermal chart: Mean distribution of heat for the Summer on the North American Continent
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Isothermal chart: Mean ...
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Full Title Isothermal chart: Mean distribution of heat for the Summer on the North American Continent; between 25 (degrees) and 50 (degrees) N. Lat. By Lorin Blodget. Fred Bourquin & Co., 50 S. 3rd. St. Phila. (to accompany) Climatology of the United States ...1857.
List No 0083.016
Note Shows average Summer temperature by isothermal lines. Isothermal lines shown in red. Includes: "Explanation of isothermals", and table of Mean sea temperature in Summer. Shows principle cities, rivers, mountains, etc. Relief shown by hachures.
Isothermal chart: Mean distribution of heat for the Autumn on the North American Continent
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Isothermal chart: Mean ...
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Full Title Isothermal chart: Mean distribution of heat for the Autumn on the North American Continent; between 25 (degrees) and 50 (degrees) N. Lat. By Lorin Blodget. Fred Bourquin & Co., 50 S. 3rd. St. Phila. (to accompany) Climatology of the United States ...1857.
List No 0083.017
Note Shows average Autumn temperature by isothermal lines. Isothermal lines shown in red. Includes: "Explanation of isothermals". Shows principle cities, rivers, mountains, etc. Relief shown by hachures.
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