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Collection:
David Rumsey Historical Map Collection
Author:
Gray, Frank Arnold
Date:
1873
Short Title:
New railroad map of the states of Maryland, Delaware, & District of Columbia.
Publisher:
Stedman, Brown & Lyon
Baltimore
Type:
Atlas Map
Obj Height cm:
40
Obj Width cm:
62
Scale 1:
633,600
Note:
Hand col. lithographed map. Includes table of railroads in Maryland, Delaware and D.C. with lengths. Prime meridian: Washington.
State/Province:
Delaware; District of Columbia; Maryland
City:
Washington (D.C.)
Subject:
Railroad
Full Title:
New railroad map of the states of Maryland, Delaware, and the District of Columbia. Compiled and drawn by Frank Arnold Gray, 1873. (Published by Stedman, Brown & Lyon, Baltimore. 1873)
List No:
2239.006
Page No:
(43-44)
Series No:
9
Publication Author:
Gray, Ormando Willis; Lloyd, H.H.; Martenet, Simon J.; Walling, H. F.
Pub Date:
1873
Pub Title:
New topographical atlas of the State of Maryland and the District of Columbia. With descriptions historical, scientific, and statistical, together with maps of the United States and Territories. By S.J. Martenet, H.F. Walling, and O.W. Gray, civil and topographical engineers. Published by Stedman, Brown & Lyon, Baltimore. 1873. (on verso) Entered ... 1872, by H.F. Walling, and O.W. Gray, and Simon J. Martenet ... Washington.
Pub Reference:
Phillips 1497,1780; LeGear Atlases of the United States, L1524; Phillips Maps of America, p. 266, 398.
Pub Note:
With maps of U.S. by H.H. Lloyd (no imprint). These Lloyd maps are in a different configuration than the Lloyd maps(from the same base) used in Warner, Higgins & Beers "Atlas of Illinois," 1871. Full color maps. Covers are half leather brown cloth covered boards with "Atlas of Maryland, District of Columbia and the United States" stamped in gilt.
Pub List No:
2239.000
Pub Type:
State Atlas
Pub Maps:
30
Pub Height cm:
45
Pub Width cm:
36
Image No:
2239006
Institution:
Rumsey Collection
Ownership Statement:
Copyright 2005
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