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Chapin, Gardner S., Rand McN …
Cover: Photo-auto maps (NY-A …
1907
Guide Book
Authors Chapin, Gardner S., Rand McNally and Company, Schumacher, Arthur H.
Full Title (Covers to) Photo-auto maps. (New York to Albany and Saratoga Springs, Saratoga Springs to Albany and New York). Photographs of every turn, together with a topographical outline of road showing railroad crossings, bridges, school houses and all landmarks, with accurate distances between. Compiled by Gardner S. Chapin and Arthur H. Schumacher. Copyright, 1907, by G.S. Chapin, Chicago. Published by the Motor Car Supply Co. ... The Automobile Supply Co. ... Chicago, Ill.
Note Dark brown leather covers. In gold on the front cover: The Rand McNally Photo=Auto Maps and Guide Book. New York to Albany and Saratoga Springs. Saratoga Springs to Albany and New York.
Chapin, Gardner S., Rand McN …
Title Page: Photo-auto maps …
1907
Guide Book
Authors Chapin, Gardner S., Rand McNally and Company, Schumacher, Arthur H.
Full Title (Title Page to) Photo-auto maps. (New York to Albany and Saratoga Springs, Saratoga Springs to Albany and New York). Photographs of every turn, together with a topographical outline of road showing railroad crossings, bridges, school houses and all landmarks, with accurate distances between. Compiled by Gardner S. Chapin and Arthur H. Schumacher. Copyright, 1907, by G.S. Chapin, Chicago. Published by the Motor Car Supply Co. ... The Automobile Supply Co. ... Chicago, Ill.
Note Rand McNally is not listed on the title page. A very unusual presentation of nine index maps showing the route from New York to Albany and Saratoga Springs and return, with photographs showing with printed arrows each turn to make in the road. Eventually, route signs were posted for automobiles, but before that occurred, this book filled a need. The preface shows seven "Divisions" of maps published, including Chicago, Detroit, Toledo, Cleveland, Buffalo, Rochester and Syracuse, and New York City. The photographs are wonderful and give a real feeling of the environment people traveled through in the first years of the automobile. Buisseret calls the presentation "ingenious" though he notes that not many journeys occurred at night, when these photos would not be very useful. Bound with dark brown leather covers. In gold on the front cover: The Rand McNally Photo=Auto Maps and Guide Book. New York to Albany and Saratoga Springs. Saratoga Springs to Albany and New York. Includes many advertisements for automobiles, hotels and automotive products (not scanned)
Chapin, Gardner S., Rand McN …
Dedication: Photo-auto maps …
1907
Guide Book
Authors Chapin, Gardner S., Rand McNally and Company, Schumacher, Arthur H.
Full Title (Dedication to) Photo-auto maps. (New York to Albany and Saratoga Springs, Saratoga Springs to Albany and New York). Photographs of every turn, together with a topographical outline of road showing railroad crossings, bridges, school houses and all landmarks, with accurate distances between. Compiled by Gardner S. Chapin and Arthur H. Schumacher. Copyright, 1907, by G.S. Chapin, Chicago. Published by the Motor Car Supply Co. ... The Automobile Supply Co. ... Chicago, Ill.
Note In thin black border: To a national highway, Chicago-New York. When a road map along this route will no longer be necessary, this book is respectfully dedicated. Gardner S. Chapin."
Chapin, Gardner S., Rand McN …
List: Photo-auto maps.
1907
Guide Book
Authors Chapin, Gardner S., Rand McNally and Company, Schumacher, Arthur H.
Full Title Photo-auto maps (list. Compiled by Gardner S. Chapin and Arthur H. Schumacher. Copyright, 1907, by G.S. Chapin, Chicago. Published by the Motor Car Supply Co. ... The Automobile Supply Co. ... Chicago, Ill.)
Note List of maps in the Chicago, Detroit, Toledo and Cleveland divisions.
Chapin, Gardner S., Rand McN …
List: Photo-auto maps.
1907
Guide Book
Authors Chapin, Gardner S., Rand McNally and Company, Schumacher, Arthur H.
Full Title Photo-auto maps (list. Compiled by Gardner S. Chapin and Arthur H. Schumacher. Copyright, 1907, by G.S. Chapin, Chicago. Published by the Motor Car Supply Co. ... The Automobile Supply Co. ... Chicago, Ill.)
Note List of maps in the Buffalo, Rochester and Syracuse, and New York divisions.
Chapin, Gardner S., Rand McN …
Instructions, Photo-auto map …
1907
Guide Book
Authors Chapin, Gardner S., Rand McNally and Company, Schumacher, Arthur H.
Full Title Instructions for using Photo-auto maps. (Compiled by Gardner S. Chapin and Arthur H. Schumacher. Copyright, 1907, by G.S. Chapin, Chicago. Published by the Motor Car Supply Co. ... The Automobile Supply Co. ... Chicago, Ill.)
Note Text within thin black border.
Chapin, Gardner S., Rand McN …
Table of distances.
1907
Guide Book
Authors Chapin, Gardner S., Rand McNally and Company, Schumacher, Arthur H.
Full Title Table of distances. (Compiled by Gardner S. Chapin and Arthur H. Schumacher. Copyright, 1907, by G.S. Chapin, Chicago. Published by the Motor Car Supply Co. ... The Automobile Supply Co. ... Chicago, Ill.)
Chapin, Gardner S., Rand McN …
Table of distances.
1907
Guide Book
Authors Chapin, Gardner S., Rand McNally and Company, Schumacher, Arthur H.
Full Title Table of distances. (Compiled by Gardner S. Chapin and Arthur H. Schumacher. Copyright, 1907, by G.S. Chapin, Chicago. Published by the Motor Car Supply Co. ... The Automobile Supply Co. ... Chicago, Ill.)
Chapin, Gardner S., Rand McN …
Title Page: Photo-auto maps …
1907
Guide Book
Authors Chapin, Gardner S., Rand McNally and Company, Schumacher, Arthur H.
Full Title (Title Page to) Photo-auto maps. New York to Albany and Saratoga Springs, Saratoga Springs to Albany and New York. Press of Walton & Spencer Company, Chicago. (1907)
Note Title page to the photo section.
Abel, Henry J., Young, James …
Cover: Wisconsin, Iowa trave …
1838
Guide Book
Authors Abel, Henry J., Young, James H.
Full Title (Covers to) Traveller's & Emigrant's Guide to Wisconsin & Iowa. By Henry I. Abel. Accompanied With A New and Improved Map of those Territories. With The Addition of Parts of Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan.
Abel, Henry J., Young, James …
Map of the Settled Part of W …
1838
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Authors Abel, Henry J., Young, James H.
Full Title Map of the Settled Part of Wisconsin Territory compiled from the Latest Authorities by Aug. Mitchell. Philadelphia. Improved and Published by Henry J. Abel, of Wis. Ter. Compiled and Engraved by J.H. Young, Philada. 1838. (with) The Entire Territory of Wisconsin. As Established by Act of Congress. April 10, 1836.
Note Maps in full color by county.
Abel, Henry J., Young, James …
Text Page: Traveller's & emi …
1838
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Authors Abel, Henry J., Young, James H.
Full Title (Text Page in) Traveller's & Emigrant's Guide to Wisconsin & Iowa. By Henry I. Abel. Accompanied With A New and Improved Map of those Territories. With The Addition of Parts of Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan.
Note Note to the emigrants from the American Transportation Company.
Melish, John
Cover: United States travell …
1822
Guide Book
Authors Melish, John
Full Title (Covers to) The traveller's directory through the United States, containing, a description of all the principal roads through the United States ... The whole illustrated by appropriate maps. By John Melish. Philadelphia: Published by the Author. 1822. (on verso) ...on the eighteenth day of September ... 1821, John Melish ... has deposited ... a book ... Pennsylvania.
Note Late edition, first edition 1814. Has unusual extra uncolored map not found in earlier editions: "A Diagram of the United States Shewing the Bearings and Distances of the Principal Places from Washington, and from each other, with a Scale of Time." The outline color U.S. map is changed to a version of the U.S. map used in Carey and Lea's American Atlas. Bound in a wallet style holder with original (?) pencil in holder.
Melish, John
Title Page: Traveller's dire …
1822
Guide Book
Authors Melish, John
Full Title (Title Page to) The traveller's directory through the United States, containing, a description of all the principal roads through the United States ... The whole illustrated by appropriate maps. By John Melish. Philadelphia: Published by the Author. 1822. (on verso) ...on the eighteenth day of September ... 1821, John Melish ... has deposited ... a book ... Pennsylvania.
Note Late edition, first edition 1814. Has unusual extra uncolored map not found in earlier editions: "A Diagram of the United States Shewing the Bearings and Distances of the Principal Places from Washington, and from each other, with a Scale of Time." The outline color U.S. map is changed to a version of the U.S. map used in Carey and Lea's American Atlas. Bound in a wallet style holder with original (?) pencil in holder.
Melish, John
United States of America.
1822
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Authors Melish, John
Full Title United States of America. Compiled from the latest & best authorities by John Melish, 1820. Engraved by Saml. Harrison. Entered ... 10th July 1818, and published by John Melish, Philadelphia, improved to 1822.
Note Hand col. States, territories and provinces in outline color. Prime meridians: Washington and London. Includes eagle with shield above title by "G. Murray Sc."
Melish, John
A diagram of the United Stat …
1822
Guide Book
Authors Melish, John
Full Title A diagram of the United States shewing the bearings and distances of the principal places from Washington, and from each other, with a scale of time. Prepared for the Travellers directory by John Melish. (Philadelphia: Published by the Author. 1822)
Note Distances in geographical miles. "The scale at bottom below the Scale of Longitude shows the time."
Blum, George W.
Cover: California cyclers' g …
1896
Guide Book
Authors Blum, George W.
Full Title (Covers to) The Cyclers' Guide and Road Book of California Containing Map of California in relief with principal Roads, Seven Sectional Maps showing all available Roads for Cyclers from Chico to San Diego, and a Map of Golden Gate Park. 1896. Price, One Dollar. Compiled and Published by Geo. W. Blum, 330 Pine St., S.F. Edward Denny & Co., Agents. (on verso) Copyrighted 1895 By Geo. W. Blum, San Francisco, Cal.
Blum, George W.
Title Page: Cyclers' guide a …
1896
Guide Book
Authors Blum, George W.
Full Title (Title Page to) The Cyclers' Guide and Road Book of California Containing Map of California in relief with principal Roads, Seven Sectional Maps showing all available Roads for Cyclers from Chico to San Diego, and a Map of Golden Gate Park. 1896. Price, One Dollar. Compiled and Published by Geo. W. Blum, 330 Pine St., S.F. Edward Denny & Co., Agents. (on verso) Copyrighted 1895 By Geo. W. Blum, San Francisco, Cal.
Blum, George W.
Map of the Golden Gate Park.
1896
Guide Book
Authors Blum, George W.
Full Title Map of the Golden Gate Park, the Avenue and Buena Vista Park. 1895.
Note Bike paths shown in red. The map has been updated in pencil, labeling "Chain of Lakes" and adding a new lake. A cross has also been added near Lake Stow.
Blum, George W.
Sonoma, Marin, Lake, and Nap …
1896
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Authors Blum, George W.
Full Title Untitled map of Sonoma, Marin, Lake, and Napa Counties.
Note Bike paths shown in red and labeled with abbreviations. The first abbreviation of the two tells the road condition. Conditions are: G (good), F (fair), P (poor), and V.P. (very poor). The second abbreviation is for the grade of the road. Grades include: L (level), R (rolling), H (hilly), and M (mountainous).
Blum, George W.
San Mateo, Santa Cruz, Santa …
1896
Guide Book
Authors Blum, George W.
Full Title (Untitled map of the South Bay including San Mateo, Santa Cruz, Santa Clara, Alameda, and Contra Costa Counties.)
Note Bike paths shown in red and labeled with abbreviations. The first abbreviation of the two tells the road condition. Conditions are: G (good), F (fair), P (poor), and V.P. (very poor). The second abbreviation is for the grade of the road. Grades include: L (level), R (rolling), H (hilly), and M (mountainous).
Blum, George W.
Colusa, Yolo, Napa, Butte, Y …
1896
Guide Book
Authors Blum, George W.
Full Title (Untitled map of the area around Sacramento and Marysville including Colusa, Yolo, Napa, Butte, Yuba, Sutter, Solano, and Sacramento Counties.)
Note Bike paths shown in red and labeled with abbreviations. The first abbreviation of the two tells the road condition. Conditions are: G (good), F (fair), P (poor), and V.P. (very poor). The second abbreviation is for the grade of the road. Grades include: L (level), R (rolling), H (hilly), and M (mountainous).
Blum, George W.
San Benito, Fresno, Monterey …
1896
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Authors Blum, George W.
Full Title (Untitled map of the Central Coast area including San Benito, Fresno, Monterey, San Luis Obispo, Kings, Kern, and Santa Barbara Counties.)
Note Bike paths shown in red and labeled with abbreviations. The first abbreviation of the two tells the road condition. Conditions are: G (good), F (fair), P (poor), and V.P. (very poor). The second abbreviation is for the grade of the road. Grades include: L (level), R (rolling), H (hilly), and M (mountainous).
Blum, George W.
Sacramento, Amador, Calavera …
1896
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Authors Blum, George W.
Full Title (Untitled map of the Central Valley area including Sacramento, Amador, Calaveras, San Joaquin, Tuolumne, Stanislaus, Merced, and Mariposa Counties.)
Note Bike paths shown in red and labeled with abbreviations. The first abbreviation of the two tells the road condition. Conditions are: G (good), F (fair), P (poor), and V.P. (very poor). The second abbreviation is for the grade of the road. Grades include: L (level), R (rolling), H (hilly), and M (mountainous).
Blum, George W.
Ventura, Los Angeles, San Be …
1896
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Authors Blum, George W.
Full Title (Untitled map of Southern California including Ventura, Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Orange, and San Diego Counties.)
Note Bike paths shown in red and labeled with abbreviations. The first abbreviation of the two tells the road condition. Conditions are: G (good), F (fair), P (poor), and V.P. (very poor). The second abbreviation is for the grade of the road. Grades include: L (level), R (rolling), H (hilly), and M (mountainous).
Blum, George W.
Map of California Roads for …
1896
Guide Book
Authors Blum, George W.
Full Title Map of California Roads for Cyclers. This Map Engraved by the California Photo-Eng. Co. Wasp B'ld'g., 513 Market St., S.F. Designed & Drawn by Geo. W. Blum. Edward Denny & Co. 207 Montgomery St. Sole Agents. Published and Copyrighted by Geo. W. Blum, San Francisco, Cal. (with) Inset map of the Los Angeles area.
Note Full color map surrounded by advertisements. Bike paths shown in red and labeled with abbreviations. The first abbreviation of the two tells the road condition. Conditions are: G (good), F (fair), P (poor), and V.P. (very poor). The second abbreviation is for the grade of the road. Grades include: L (level), R (rolling), H (hilly), and M (mountainous).
Blum, George W.
Preface, legend.
1896
Guide Book
Authors Blum, George W.
Full Title (Text page to) The Cyclers' Guide and Road Book of California Containing Map of California in relief with principal Roads, Seven Sectional Maps showing all available Roads for Cyclers from Chico to San Diego, and a Map of Golden Gate Park. 1896. Price, One Dollar. Compiled and Published by Geo. W. Blum, 330 Pine St., S.F. Edward Denny & Co., Agents.
Note Includes explanation of symbols and abbreviations used on maps.
Holdredge, Sterling M.
Illus. Title Page: State, te …
1866
Guide Book
Authors Holdredge, Sterling M.
Full Title (Illustrated Title Page to) State, Territorial and Ocean Guide Book of the Pacific: Containing The Time and Distance Tables ... on or Connecting with the Pacific Coast and the Interior ... To Which Are Added Nine Large and Reliable Maps Showing Principal Towns, Routes of Communication, etc. San Francisco: Published Semi-Annually by Sterling M. Holdredge. ... 1866.
Note Cowen p289. 2nd edition, 1st was 1865. Only two editions are known, 1865 and 1866 (Wheat). Wheat praised these maps and illustrated all nine. With a beautiful chromo litho title page illustrated with a globe showing the western hemisphere. Transportation scenes surround globe, including ships, a riverboat, train, and stagecoach. The nine maps are all double page and full of interesting information. They were lithographed by Grafton T. Brown, the first black lithographer in San Francisco. Rare. Book bound with cloth covers and "Guide Book of the Pacific" on the spine.
Holdredge, Sterling M.
Title Page: State, territori …
1866
Guide Book
Authors Holdredge, Sterling M.
Full Title (Title Page to) State, Territorial and Ocean Guide Book of the Pacific: Containing The Time and Distance Tables ... on or Connecting with the Pacific Coast and the Interior ... To Which Are Added Nine Large and Reliable Maps Showing Principal Towns, Routes of Communication, etc. San Francisco: Published Semi-Annually by Sterling M. Holdredge. ... 1866.
Note Cowen p289. 2nd edition, 1st was 1865. Only two editions are known, 1865 and 1866 (Wheat). Wheat praised these maps and illustrated all nine. With a beautiful chromo litho title page. The nine maps are all double page and full of interesting information. They were lithographed by Grafton T. Brown, the first black lithographer in San Francisco. Rare. Book bound with cloth covers and "Guide Book of the Pacific" on the spine.
Bromme, Traugott
Cover: Wegweiser fur Einwand …
1848
Guide Book
Authors Bromme, Traugott
Full Title (Cover to) Wegweiser Fur Einwanderer Und Reisende In Den Vereinigten Staaten Von Nord-Amerika Und Den Canada's. Eine Genaue Zusammenstellung aller Eisenbahn-, Post- und Dampfboot-Routen. von Traugott Bromme. Mit einer Karte. Bayreuth. Verlag der Buchner'schen Buchhandlung. 1848.
Bromme, Traugott
Die Vereinigten Staaten von …
1848
Guide Book
Authors Bromme, Traugott
Full Title Die Vereinigten Staaten von Nord-America. Entworfen von J.E. Woerl. Lithographie von B. Herder in Freiburg im Breisgau.
Note A traveler's guide (similar to Mitchell) with an exceptional map (51x64). The map is titled "Die Vereinigten Staaten Von Nord-America." It is engraved by J.E. Woerl (see Tooley Dictionary) and printed (Litho) by B. Herder. It is beautifully engraved, extending from coast to coast and full of much interesting information. In the west it is largely a copy of Brue's "Mexique" map of 1834 and perhaps Brue's 1833 map of North America (not seen). Yet none of Smith's routes are shown. Wheat does not mention it, but does mention a later Bromme map of 1853, which is of the eastern half of the country with an inset of the west (see our 1855 copy, #4364). Buck traces the beginning of this guide to a larger work by Bromme published in 1840. The map here is pre Fremont, pre Mexican War and seems to show a large Texas Republic, making its date around 1840-42. The guide book and map are housed in printed paper case. The larger book originally published in 1840 contained travel descriptions as well as a listing of routes. This edition only lists the routes. Bromme published many travel guides with maps in the period of 1835-1865. Sabin provides the most detailed listings. Map in outline color.
Holdredge, Sterling M.
Central California.
1866
Guide Book
Authors Holdredge, Sterling M.
Full Title Central California.
Note Map with pink line designating the California/Nevada border. Map centers on the San Francisco Bay area as well as the Gold Regions of the state.
Holdredge, Sterling M.
Southern California.
1866
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Authors Holdredge, Sterling M.
Full Title Southern California.
Note Map has outline color separating California from Nevada and Lower California. Map stretches from Monterey Bay to Los Animos.
Holdredge, Sterling M.
Northern California.
1866
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Authors Holdredge, Sterling M.
Full Title Northern California.
Note Map has outline color separating California from Nevada and Oregon. Map stretches from California's northern border to the San Francisco Bay.
Holdredge, Sterling M.
Nevada.
1866
Guide Book
Authors Holdredge, Sterling M.
Full Title Map of the State of Nevada for Guide Book of the Pacific.
Note State in outline color. Numerous exploration trails noted.
Holdredge, Sterling M.
Utah.
1866
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Authors Holdredge, Sterling M.
Full Title Utah.
Note State in outline color.
Holdredge, Sterling M.
New Mexico.
1866
Guide Book
Authors Holdredge, Sterling M.
Full Title New Mexico.
Note State in outline color. Map also includes part of northern Texas.
Holdredge, Sterling M.
Arizona.
1866
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Authors Holdredge, Sterling M.
Full Title Arizona.
Note Map in outline color with color delineations between the counties.
Holdredge, Sterling M.
Oregon.
1866
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Authors Holdredge, Sterling M.
Full Title Oregon.
Note Map in outline color.
Holdredge, Sterling M.
Washington.
1866
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Authors Holdredge, Sterling M.
Full Title Washington.
Note Map in outline color.
Tanner, Henry S.
Cover: United States roads, …
1825
Guide Book
Authors Tanner, Henry S.
Full Title (Covers to) The Traveller's Guide. A Map Of The Roads, Canals And Steam Boat Routes Of The United States ... Designed for the use of Travellers, By H.S. Tanner. Published by H.S. Tanner, 177 Chestnut St. Philadelphia. Entered ... 21st day of May 1825, by H.S. Tanner ... Pennsylvania.
Tanner, Henry S.
A Map Of The Roads, Canals A …
1825
Guide Book
Authors Tanner, Henry S.
Full Title The Traveller's Guide. A Map Of The Roads, Canals And Steam Boat Routes Of The United States ... Designed for the use of Travellers, By H.S. Tanner. Published by H.S. Tanner, 177 Chestnut St. Philadelphia. Entered ... 21st day of May 1825, by H.S. Tanner ... Pennsylvania.
Note First edition of Tanner's guide. In pocket map form, with the map and no text, as issued. Ristow says the first edition was 1834, and while that was the first issue of the enlarged guide with text, this 1825 map is from the same plate as the 1834 map and thus should be seen as the first edition of the guide. The entire lower right corner of the map is taken up with lists of "Steam Boat Routes Throughout the United States," which are keyed to letters in the map margins. In the 1834 and later editions, these lists are replaced with inset maps of U.S. cities, and the lists are given, along with added stage and railroad routes, in the body of the text. Outline color by state. In red leather covers, 13x8, gilt stamped "Traveller's Guide Through The U. States."
Jones, T.W., Moore, S.S.
Cover: Traveler's directory.
1802
Guide Book
Authors Jones, T.W., Moore, S.S.
Full Title (Covers to) The Traveller's Directory, Or A Pocket Companion: Shewing The Course Of The Main Road Philadelphia To New York, And From Philadelphia To Washington. ... From Actual Survey. By S.S. Moore & T.W. Jones. Philadelphia: Printed For, And Published By, Mathew Carey. 1802.
Jones, T.W., Moore, S.S.
Title Page: Traveler's direc …
1802
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Authors Jones, T.W., Moore, S.S.
Full Title (Title Page to) The Traveller's Directory, Or A Pocket Companion: Shewing The Course Of The Main Road Philadelphia To New York, And From Philadelphia To Washington. ... From Actual Survey. By S.S. Moore & T.W. Jones. Philadelphia: Printed For, And Published By, Mathew Carey. 1802.
Note 1st edition. Maps by F. Shallus & W. Harrison. The second American road book, after Colles. The maps are better engraved than Colles, in a style closer to the English road books of John Cary (see our 1790 copy). Descriptive text precedes the maps, describing the routes and places of interest. Smither engraved one map, I. Draper, two. The rest by Harrison & Shallus. See "New Jersey Road Maps" by Howard Rice. A second edition appeared in 1804, same maps, text rewritten. Full leather covers with no title on cover or spine.
Jones, T.W., Moore, S.S.
Philadelphia and the commenc …
1802
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Authors Jones, T.W., Moore, S.S.
Full Title Philadelphia and the commencement of the road to New York. 1. Shallus fc.
Note Map without color.
Jones, T.W., Moore, S.S.
Road from Philadela. to New …
1802
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Authors Jones, T.W., Moore, S.S.
Full Title Road from Philadela. to New York. (Maps) 2, 3, 4 and 5. Shallus, fc.
Note Maps without color. Four maps shown across two page spread covering the area between Frankford and Morrisville, New Jersey.
Jones, T.W., Moore, S.S.
Road from Philadelphia to Ne …
1802
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Authors Jones, T.W., Moore, S.S.
Full Title Road from Philadelphia to New York. (Maps) 7, 6, 8 and 9. N.B. The above Columns (7, 6) are transposed. No. 6 ought to be on the outside. Shallus, fc.
Note Maps without color. As noted on map, the strips 7 and 6 have been transposed. The area covered is from Trenton to Windsor Township, New Jersey. Four strips spread over two pages.
Jones, T.W., Moore, S.S.
Road from Philadelphia to Ne …
1802
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Authors Jones, T.W., Moore, S.S.
Full Title Road from Philadelphia to New York. (Maps) 10, 11, 12 and 13. W. Harrison, Junr. sc.
Note Four uncolored maps spread over two pages. Includes area from New Brunswick to Elizabeth Town, New Jersey.
Jones, T.W., Moore, S.S.
Road from Philadelphia to Ne …
1802
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Authors Jones, T.W., Moore, S.S.
Full Title Road from Philadelphia to New York. (Maps) 14 and 15. W. Harrison, Junr. sc. Smither sc.
Note Two maps across a two-page spread, both uncolored. Area from Newark to New York shown.
Jones, T.W., Moore, S.S.
Road from Philadelphia to Wa …
1802
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Authors Jones, T.W., Moore, S.S.
Full Title Road from Philadelphia to Washington. (Maps) 1, 2, 3 and 4. W. Harrison, Junr. sc.
Note Four uncolored maps spanning two pages from the outskirts of Philadelphia to Brandywine.
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