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Sabine, Edward, Sir, 1788-18 …
Terrestrial magnetism.
1856
Physical Atlas
Authors Sabine, Edward, Sir, 1788-1883
Full Title Terrestrial Magnetism.
Sabine, Edward, Sir, 1788-18 …
Terrestrial Magnetism. (cont …
1856
Physical Atlas
Authors Sabine, Edward, Sir, 1788-1883
Full Title Terrestrial Magnetism. (continued)
Black, Adam & Charles, Hall, …
Chart of Magnetic Curves of …
1854
World Atlas
Authors Black, Adam & Charles, Hall, Sidney, Hughes, William
Full Title A Chart of Magnetic Curves of Equal Variation. By Peter Barlow, Esqre. Edinburgh. Published by A. & C. Black. Engd. by G. Aikman.
Note Chart omits isomagetic lines on continents, except for North America.
Johnson, A.J.
Principal Mountains, Plateau …
1886
World Atlas
Authors Johnson, A.J.
Full Title Johnson's Physical Map Showing the Principal Mountains, Plateaus, & Plains of The World by Prof. A. Guyot. Published by A. J. Johnson, New York. 7. 8. (Following maps at scale 1:85,000,000). Johnson's World Showing the Lines of Equal Magnetic Declination, Epoch 1856, By Prof. A. Guyot. Johnson's World Showing the Course of the Tidal Wave in the Three Great Oceans, and the Distribution of Volcanoes. By Prof. A. Guyot. Johnson's World, Showing the Distribution of the Principal Races of Man. By Prof. A. Guyot. Entered according to the Act of Congress, in the year 1870, by A.J. Johnson in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of New York.
Note Four engraved color maps, and one diagram illustrating the relative heights of mountains and lengths of rivers worldwide.
U.S. Coast Survey
Covers: San Francisco Bay, C …
1898
Pamphlet
Authors U.S. Coast Survey
Full Title (Covers to) Treasury Department. United States Coast and Geodetic Survey. Special Publication No. 1. California, Bay of San Francisco. Magnetic Ranges for Determining the Deviation of the Compass, with Short Explanations of How to Find the Deviation and Error of the Compass. These Ranges were Determined by the U.S. Coast Guard Steamer "McArthur," Lieut. J.M. Helm, U.S.N. Commanding. Arranged and Compiled by Lieut. J.C. Gillmore, United States Navy, Assistant, U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. Washington: Government Printing Office. 1898.
Note Paper covered booklet. Full title, as above, printed on the front.
U.S. Coast Survey
Title Page: San Francisco Ba …
1898
Pamphlet
Authors U.S. Coast Survey
Full Title (Title Page to) Treasury Department. United States Coast and Geodetic Survey. Special Publication No. 1. California, Bay of San Francisco. Magnetic Ranges for Determining the Deviation of the Compass, with Short Explanations of How to Find the Deviation and Error of the Compass. These Ranges were Determined by the U.S. Coast Guard Steamer "McArthur," Lieut. J.M. Helm, U.S.N. Commanding. Arranged and Compiled by Lieut. J.C. Gillmore, United States Navy, Assistant, U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. Washington: Government Printing Office. 1898.
U.S. Coast Survey
Text Page (3): Preface.
1898
Pamphlet
Authors U.S. Coast Survey
Full Title (Text Page) Preface.
U.S. Coast Survey
Text Page (5): Magnetic Rang …
1898
Pamphlet
Authors U.S. Coast Survey
Full Title (Text Page) Magnetic Ranges in the Bay of San Francisco, California, for Determining the Deviation of the Compass.
Note Explanation of how to find the deviation of the compass.
U.S. Coast Survey
Text Page 6: Magnetic Ranges …
1898
Pamphlet
Authors U.S. Coast Survey
Full Title (Text Page) Magnetic Ranges, San Francisco Bay (continued).
Note Explanation of how to find the compass error.
U.S. Coast Survey
Views of San Francisco Nos. …
1898
Pamphlet
Authors U.S. Coast Survey
Full Title (Views of San Francisco Nos. 1-2).
Note Two black and white photographic views of San Francisco, Mission Rock and San Francisco's Gas and Electric Co.'s chimney, precisely keyed to map image 2698.012.
U.S. Coast Survey
Views of San Francisco Nos. …
1898
Pamphlet
Authors U.S. Coast Survey
Full Title (Views of San Francisco Nos. 3-4).
Note Two black and white photographic views of San Francisco, Shot Tower and Pier No. 9, precisely keyed to map image 2698.012.
U.S. Coast Survey
Views of San Francisco Nos. …
1898
Pamphlet
Authors U.S. Coast Survey
Full Title (Views of San Francisco Nos. 5-6).
Note Two black and white photographic views of San Francisco, U.S. Barge Office and Arch Rock, precisely keyed to map image 2698.012.
U.S. Coast Survey
Views of San Francisco Nos. …
1898
Pamphlet
Authors U.S. Coast Survey
Full Title (Views of San Francisco Nos. 7-8).
Note Two black and white photographic views of San Francisco, Presidio flagstaff and Fort Point light house, precisely keyed to map image 2698.012.
U.S. Coast Survey
Views of San Francisco Nos. …
1898
Pamphlet
Authors U.S. Coast Survey
Full Title (Views of San Francisco Nos. 9-10).
Note Two black and white photographic views of San Francisco, Cliff House Tower and Drake Cross, precisely keyed to map image 2698.012.
U.S. Coast Survey
Text Page 7: Table of Views …
1898
Pamphlet
Authors U.S. Coast Survey
Full Title (Text Page) Form for Ranges in San Francisco Bay for Determing the Deviation of the Compass.
U.S. Coast Survey
Magnetic Ranges for San Fran …
1897
Pamphlet
Authors U.S. Coast Survey
Full Title Treasury Department, U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Magnetic Ranges for Compass Deviation, San Francisco Bay, California. Published December, 1897, Henry S. Pritchett, Superintendent. Verified: O.H. Tittmann, Assistant ... E.D. Taussig, Lieut. Comdr., U.S.N., Hydrographic Inspector. A.R. Graham Photo. Lith. Washington D.C.
Note Chart of vicinity of San Francisco showing lines of sight for photographs shown previously.
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