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Village Of Auburn. Hagaman and Markham ; Peabody, M.M. 1837

Village Of Auburn. / Hagaman and Markham ; Peabody, M.M. / 1837
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Full Title: Map Of The Village Of Auburn. Published By Hagaman & Markham 1837. Engraved by M.M. Peabody for the Publishers. (inset) Profile of the Grand Erie Canal.

Author: Hagaman and Markham ; Peabody, M.M.

Date: 1837

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Author: Hagaman and Markham ; Peabody, M.M.

Date: 1837

Short Title: Village Of Auburn.

Publisher: N.P.: Hagaman & Markham

Type: Separate Map

Object Height cm: 43

Object Width cm: 69

Scale 1: 6,000

Note: Scarce, unusual map of Auburn, New York. I can find no references to this beautiful map. A plan of the village is in the map's center, with large views of the Theological Seminary and the State Prison on the left and right corners. Nine views of public buildings are on the right, some of which have "J.J. Hagaman, Arch." written below. I presume this is our map maker Hagaman. Beneath the title is a profile of the Erie Canal. The entire map has a stark, black and white aspect, heightened by the view of the State Prison which has a black sky above it.

Reference: Tooley Dictionary (Peabody).

State / Province: New York

City: Auburn (N.Y.)

Full Title: Map Of The Village Of Auburn. Published By Hagaman & Markham 1837. Engraved by M.M. Peabody for the Publishers. (inset) Profile of the Grand Erie Canal.

List No: 3545.000

Series No: 1

Published In: Map Of The Village Of Auburn. Published By Hagaman & Markham 1837. Engraved by M.M. Peabody for the Publishers. (inset) Profile of the Grand Erie Canal.

Publication Author: Hagaman and Markham ; Peabody, M.M.

Publication Date: 1837

Publication Reference: Tooley Dictionary (Peabody).

Publication Note: Scarce, unusual map of Auburn, New York. I can find no references to this beautiful map. A plan of the village is in the map's center, with large views of the Theological Seminary and the State Prison on the left and right corners. Nine views of public buildings are on the right, some of which have "J.J. Hagaman, Arch." written below. I presume this is our map maker Hagaman. Beneath the title is a profile of the Erie Canal. The entire map has a stark, black and white aspect, heightened by the view of the State Prison which has a black sky above it.

Publication List No: 3545.000

Publication Type: Separate Map

Publication Maps: 1

Publication Height cm: 43

Publication Width cm: 69

Image No: 3545000

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