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Rand McNally and Company
Covers: (U.S. Northwest Railroad Map of the United States.
1891
Case Map
Authors Rand McNally and Company
Full Title (Covers to) (Rand, McNally & Co.'s New Shippers' Railroad Map of the United States. Scale: 18 miles to one inch).
Note This is the north half of the west coast section of the larger map, on a reduced scale of 18 miles to 1 inch.
Rand McNally and Company
(U.S. Northwest) Railroad Map of the United States.
1891
Case Map
Authors Rand McNally and Company
Full Title (North West section, Rand, McNally & Co.'s New Shippers' Railroad Map of the United States. Scale: 18 miles to one inch).
Note This is the north half of the west coast section of the larger map, on a reduced scale of 18 miles to 1 inch.
Rand McNally and Company
(U.S. Southwest, Mexico) Railroad Map of the United States.
1891
Case Map
Authors Rand McNally and Company
Full Title (South West section, Rand, McNally & Co.'s New Shippers' Railroad Map of the United States. Scale: 18 miles to one inch).
Note This is the south half of the west coast section of the larger map, on a reduced scale of 18 miles to 1 inch. Includes an inset map at larger scale of the area around Mexico City.
Rand McNally and Company
Covers: (U.S. Southwest, Mexico) Railroad Map of the United State …
1891
Case Map
Authors Rand McNally and Company
Full Title (Covers to) (Rand, McNally & Co.'s New Shippers' Railroad Map of the United States. Scale: 18 miles to one inch).
Note This is the south half of the west coast section of the larger map, on a reduced scale of 18 miles to 1 inch. Includes an inset map at larger scale of the area around Mexico City.
Rand McNally and Company
Composite: (U.S. West) Railroad Map of the United States.
1891
Case Map
Authors Rand McNally and Company
Full Title (Composite Map of) (Western section of Rand, McNally & Co.'s New Shippers' Railroad Map of the United States. Scale: 18 miles to one inch).
Note This is a composite of the north and south parts of the west coast section of the larger map, on a reduced scale of 18 miles to 1 inch.
Rand McNally and Company
Shippers' Railroad Map.
1909
Case Map
Authors Rand McNally and Company
Full Title The Rand McNally Shippers' Railroad Map Scale: 8 Miles To One Inch. Railroads Corrected to Sept. 1909. Copyright, 1888 ... 1891 ... 1895, by Rand, McNally & Co.
Note Shows most of Missouri and Arkansas, with parts of adjoining states. In the margin is printed: "Rand McNally & Co' New Shippers' Map of the United States. Copyright, 1888... 1891... 1895." The title above is front a printed paste down label in the bottom margin. This large scale map was part of a huge and comprehensive railroad map of the United States, first issued by Rand McNally in 1888 (see our 5802). This is probably a reduced scale issue of our #3117, first issued in 1885. Outline color by state. Dissected into 32 sections. Map has a brown marbled paper end sheet and folds into a new gray cloth folding case 29x23 with "Shippers' Railroad Map Rand McNally 1909" stamped in gilt along the spine.
Varle, Charles P.
Map of the United States.
1817
Case Map
Authors Varle, Charles P.
Full Title Map of the United States Partly From New Surveys Dedicated to the Citizens thereof, by their humble servant Chas. Varle Engineer and Geographer 1817. Entered according to Act of Congress. Published by the Author, Baltimore. Engrav'd by J.H. Young Philada. (with) inset Map of North America. (with) inset Physical Sections from "Washington City to Wheeling and from thence to the mouth of Columbia river" and from the "Pacific Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico."
Note This is an important early map of the United States, and one of the earliest maps engraved by J.H. Young. This ranks with the Melish and Lewis maps of 1816, and the Shelton/Kensett map of 1817. Large map dissected into 24 pieces and mounted on linen with silk edging. In outline color on main map and block color on the inset. Physical sections show relief in varying scale. Folds to 29x27 with no cover.
Bidwell, John, 1819-1900, Larkin, Thomas Oliver, 1802-1858
Map of the Valley of the Sacramento including the Gold Region.
1848
Case Map
Authors Bidwell, John, 1819-1900, Larkin, Thomas Oliver, 1802-1858
Full Title Map of the Valley of the Sacramento including the Gold Region. This map is a correct tracing of the map of Bidwell, Land Surveyor, by Thos. O. Larkin Esq: late Consul of the U.S. for California, and by him stated to be the best reference in California. Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1848 by J.H. Bufford & Co. in the Clerks office for the District Court of Massachusetts. Table of Distances (distances by sea to California and points in between)
Note Escala de 15 Leguas Spanish (linear scale). Lithograph, 21 3/8"x 17 1/4", full color. Scale about ---. Folded in cloth case, 5"x 3 1/4", blind stamped, "Gold Region" in gilt on front cover, on verso of front cover, printed paper label, in gilt, reading, "A Correct Survey of the Gold Region California." The map shows Ranchos in the Central Valley and along the American river has "Gold Region" on both sides. Signature in ink on verso front cover, "Stickney & Thaxter". Contained in red leather drop case, gilt trim, title in gilt on spine. Original in Warren Heckrotte Collection, which is the source of description and notes.
Cruchley, G., Laurie, Richard Holmes
Cover: Fredonia or the United States of North America.
1833
Case Map
Authors Cruchley, G., Laurie, Richard Holmes
Full Title (Covers to) Fredonia Or The United States of North America, Including Also Cabotia, Or The Canadian Provinces, The Western Territory To The Pacific Ocean, And the Northern Part of the Mexican States. 14th August, 1830. Additions 1833.
Cruchley, G., Laurie, Richard Holmes
Fredonia Or The United States of North America.
1833
Case Map
Authors Cruchley, G., Laurie, Richard Holmes
Full Title Fredonia Or The United States of North America, Including Also Cabotia, Or The Canadian Provinces, The Western Territory To The Pacific Ocean, And the Northern Part of the Mexican States. 14th August, 1830. Additions 1833.
Note The third edition (although I can detect no changes from the first issue of 1830). Has the note in the lower left explaining the origin of the term of Fredonia. This map is the only one I have seen that copies almost literally three earlier maps: Lewis and Clark (1814), Long (1822), and Arrowsmith's Mexico (1820). Laurie used the term Fredonia, we may assume, to create a novelty of his map, in the same manner as his "Cabotia" map of 1814. Has the original case with label, and an advertisement for Crunchley's publications on the verso of the map. W. Heckrotte has another edition dated 1834 improved to 1836 (with changes in California based on John Arrowsmith's Map of British North America, 1834), and the second edition of 1832. The western topography is changed to incorporate Arrowsmith's map of 1834 (British North America) and an independent Texas is shown. Editions seen of 1830, 1832, 1834, 1836, 1849. It appears that the map was updated frequently in order to keep it current. It is an excellent and beautiful map.
Cruchley, G., Laurie, Richard Holmes
Fredonia Or The United States of North America.
1849
Case Map
Authors Cruchley, G., Laurie, Richard Holmes
Full Title Fredonia Or The United States of North America, Including Also Cabotia, Or The Canadian Provinces, The Western Territory California, Oregon and the Northern Part of the Mexican States. 1849.
Note Late edition, 1st edition 1830. Lacks the note in the lower left corner regarding the origin of the term Fredonia, such note appears in the earlier editions. However, the western geography of this edition is most interesting, as it incorporates Fremont's discoveries. It does not have indications of gold discoveries. Graphically, a very beautiful map. See Spafford's Geography 1809 for further discussion of Fredonia. Cruchley published the 1830, 1832, and 1833 editions (as did Laurie, according to Wheat 393).
Lay, Amos
Map Of The State Of New York.
1817
Case Map
Authors Lay, Amos
Full Title Map of the State of New York with part of the States Of Pennsylvania, New Jersey &c. Compiled Corrected and Published from the most recent Authorities and accurate Surveys by Amos Lay 1817. Entered ... 12th day of May 1817 by Amos Lay ... New-York.
Lay, Amos
Seat of War in Lower Canada.
1814
Case Map
Authors Lay, Amos
Full Title A New Correct Map of the Seat of War in Lower Canada. Protracted from Hollands Large Map compiled from actual Survey made by order of the Provincial Government. Laid down with many late Additions and Improvements by Amos Lay, Land Surveyor. Published by A. Lay & J. Webster, Philada. H.S. Tanner sc.
Note A case map version folded into orginal half leather marbled covers 20x14 with "Lower Canada. A. Lay"printed on a label on the spine. See our wall map version 0423.000. Dissected into 21 sections and backed on linen. Outline color.
Lay, Amos
Covers: Seat of War in Lower Canada.
1814
Case Map
Authors Lay, Amos
Full Title (Covers to) A New Correct Map of the Seat of War in Lower Canada. Protracted from Hollands Large Map compiled from actual Survey made by order of the Provincial Government. Laid down with many late Additions and Improvements by Amos Lay, Land Surveyor. Published by A. Lay & J. Webster, Philada. H.S. Tanner sc.
Note A case map version folded into orginal half leather marbled covers 20x14 with "Lower Canada. A. Lay"printed on a label on the spine. See our wall map version 0423.000. Dissected into 21 sections and backed on linen. Outline color.
Lay, Amos
Northern Part of the State Of New York
1812
Case Map
Authors Lay, Amos
Full Title Map Of The Northern Part of the State Of New York. Compiled from actual Survey By Amos Lay 1812. Entered ... 16th day of July 1812 by Amos Lay ... New-York.
Note 2nd Lay map of N.Y. State, 1st was in 1801. In 1817 Lay extended the State map south to include New York City. This map extends only to the Pennsylvania border. Lay's 1801 map covers only the most northern parts of the state. For some reason, his 3 editions of the state map expand coverage from north to south ending with complete coverage in the 3rd edition. Phillips states that this map was engraved by Samuel Maverick in Newark, New Jersey, although nothing on our copy indicates this. Shows the Proposed Canal from Rome to the west, and shows Indian Reservations in yellow. Much information on land surveys and development, Military tracts, and evolving towns. Signature of Franklin Bache on inside cover. Bache was the great grandson of Benjamin Franklin, brother of A.D. Bache (head of the Coast Survey), and a noted teacher and scientist. Bache was in the War of 1812, and it is possible that this map was acquired for use therein, as it shows many of the areas of the conflict. Dissected into 40 sections and mounted on linen. Outline color by county. Map folds into original marbled card covers 22x14, and into a new tan cloth folding case 23x15 with "Northern Part Of New York Amos Lay 1812" stamped in gold on the spine.
Lay, Amos
Covers: Northern Part of the State Of New York
1812
Case Map
Authors Lay, Amos
Full Title (Covers to) Map Of The Northern Part of the State Of New York. Compiled from actual Survey By Amos Lay 1812. Entered ... 16th day of July 1812 by Amos Lay ... New-York.
Note 2nd Lay map of N.Y. State, 1st was in 1801. In 1817 Lay extended the State map south to include New York City. This map extends only to the Pennsylvania border. Lay's 1801 map covers only the most northern parts of the state. For some reason, his 3 editions of the state map expand coverage from north to south ending with complete coverage in the 3rd edition. Phillips states that this map was engraved by Samuel Maverick in Newark, New Jersey, although nothing on our copy indicates this. Shows the Proposed Canal from Rome to the west, and shows Indian Reservations in yellow. Much information on land surveys and development, Military tracts, and evolving towns. Signature of Franklin Bache on inside cover. Bache was the great grandson of Benjamin Franklin, brother of A.D. Bache (head of the Coast Survey), and a noted teacher and scientist. Bache was in the War of 1812, and it is possible that this map was acquired for use therein, as it shows many of the areas of the conflict. Dissected into 40 sections and mounted on linen. Outline color by county. Map folds into original marbled card covers 22x14, and into a new tan cloth folding case 23x15 with "Northern Part Of New York Amos Lay 1812" stamped in gold on the spine.
Fisher, Samuel B.
Anthracite Coal Field, Pottsville, Pennsylvania.
1836
Case Map
Authors Fisher, Samuel B.
Full Title Map Of The First And Second Anthracite Coal Field. By Samuel B. Fisher Pottsville, Pennsylvania. 1836. Watson's Lith., Philada. Lithog. by J.F. & C.A. Watson, No. 62 Walnut Street, Philadelphia.
Note Very large and detailed map of the coal fields around Pottsville, Pennsylvania. This must be one of the earliest maps of this type, and we can find no record of it. Watson's Lithography produced other coal maps during this period, and this is earlier than any that were listed. This is an unusual thematic map showing coal deposits and ownership. Edged in green silk and dissected into 36 sections. Map has marbled end sheets and folds into a new dark teal cloth folding case 39x22 with "Pennsylvania Coal Fields S.B. Fisher 1836" stamped in gilt on the spine.
Geological Survey of California, Craven, A., Hoffman, Hoffmann, C …
Map Of California And Nevada.
1874
Case Map
Authors Geological Survey of California, Craven, A., Hoffman, Hoffmann, C.F., Leicht, F.
Full Title State Geological Survey Of California, J.D. Whitney, State Geologist. Map Of California And Nevada. Drawn By F.v. Leicht And A. Craven ... J. Bien, Lith. N.Y. 2nd edition Revised by Hoffmann and Craven and issued by authority of the Regents of the University of California given May 12th 1874.
Note 1st edition was 1873. Under the title is the following Note: "In the compilation of this map the following materials were used. For California: The work of the State Geological Survey and that of the U.S. Coast and Land Surveys. For Nevada: The work of the Fortieth Parallel Survey, under Clarence King, the U.S. Engineer Explorations under Williamson and Wheeler, the Central Pacific Railroad Survey under Butler Ives, and the work of the California Survey, by Wackenreuder, Craven, Wilson and Loehr from 1863 to 1872." Full printed color. Map is dissected into 54 sections and mounted on linen. Folds into a tan cloth folding case 19x13 with "California & Nevada California Geological Survey 1874" stamped in gold on the spine.
United States. Post Office Dept., Von Haake, A.
Post Route Map Of The Hawaiian Islands.
1901
Case Map
Authors United States. Post Office Dept., Von Haake, A.
Full Title Post Route Map Of The Hawaiian Islands Showing Post Offices And Mail Routes In Operation On The 1st Of September, 1901. Published By Order Of Postmaster General Charles Emory Smith Under The Direction Of A. von Haake, Topographer P.O. Dept. (seal) Post Office Department. United States Of America. "With Celerity, Certainty And Security". (inset) Oahu Hawaiian Islands.
Note Similar to other postal maps, except that many of the routes are by sea from one island to another, and then around the coast to the various coastal towns. Only one red line leaves the island group, with the notation "From San Francisco, Cal., 1 round trip every 3 weeks." With a larger scale inset map of Oahu. Printed color. Map is dissected into 12 sections and folds into end sheets 33x31.5 of stiff black cloth with a paper label reading "Post Route Map Of Territory Of Hawaii."
United States. Post Office Dept., Von Haake, A.
Covers: Post Route Map Of The Hawaiian Islands.
1901
Case Map
Authors United States. Post Office Dept., Von Haake, A.
Full Title (Covers to) Post Route Map Of The Hawaiian Islands Showing Post Offices And Mail Routes In Operation On The 1st Of September, 1901. Published By Order Of Postmaster General Charles Emory Smith Under The Direction Of A. von Haake, Topographer P.O. Dept. (seal) Post Office Department. United States Of America. "With Celerity, Certainty And Security". (inset) Oahu Hawaiian Islands.
Note Similar to other postal maps, except that many of the routes are by sea from one island to another, and then around the coast to the various coastal towns. Only one red line leaves the island group, with the notation "From San Francisco, Cal., 1 round trip every 3 weeks." With a larger scale inset map of Oahu. Printed color. Map is dissected into 12 sections and folds into end sheets 33x31.5 of stiff black cloth with a paper label reading "Post Route Map Of Territory Of Hawaii."
United States. Post Office Dept., Von Haake, A.
Post Route Map Of New Hampshire, Vermont
1912
Case Map
Authors United States. Post Office Dept., Von Haake, A.
Full Title Post Route Map Of The States Of New Hampshire, Vermont Showing Post Offices With The Intermediate Distances On Mail Routes In Operation On The 1st Of March, 1912. Published By Order Of Postmaster General Frank H. Hitchcock Under The Direction Of A. von Haake, Topographer P.O. Dept. (seal) Post Office Department. United States Of America. "With Celerity, Certainty And Security".
Note A very late example. With printed outline color, water printed in blue. Dissected and mounted on linen. Map folds into black paper end sheets 32.5x28 with a paper label reading "Post Route Map Of New Hampshire And Vermont."
United States. Post Office Dept., Von Haake, A.
Covers: Post Route Map Of New Hampshire, Vermont
1912
Case Map
Authors United States. Post Office Dept., Von Haake, A.
Full Title (Covers to) Post Route Map Of The States Of New Hampshire, Vermont Showing Post Offices With The Intermediate Distances On Mail Routes In Operation On The 1st Of March, 1912. Published By Order Of Postmaster General Frank H. Hitchcock Under The Direction Of A. von Haake, Topographer P.O. Dept. (seal) Post Office Department. United States Of America. "With Celerity, Certainty And Security".
Note A very late example. With printed outline color, water printed in blue. Dissected and mounted on linen. Map folds into black paper end sheets 32.5x28 with a paper label reading "Post Route Map Of New Hampshire And Vermont."
Stanford, Edward, W. & A.K. Johnston Limited
Cover: United States.
1861
Case Map
Authors Stanford, Edward, W. & A.K. Johnston Limited
Full Title (Covers to) United States. W. & A.K. Johnston, Edinburgh. (inset) Plan Of Charleston, Vicinity And Harbour.
Stanford, Edward, W. & A.K. Johnston Limited
United States.
1861
Case Map
Authors Stanford, Edward, W. & A.K. Johnston Limited
Full Title United States. W. & A.K. Johnston, Edinburgh. (inset) Plan Of Charleston, Vicinity And Harbour.
Note Separate issue of Johnston's National Atlas Map of the United States. Rare variant issue of this map: it has an inset of Charleston Vicinity and Harbor that does not appear on any other issues of the maps, and most importantly, the southern slave states and northern free states are color coded (solid red for slave and outline red for free). Two printed notes relate to the boundaries of the slave states and the cotton growing regions. The three forts at the entrance to Charleston Harbor are underlined in red. Although the presence of Minnesota Territory would indicate a date no later than 1858 (when it became a state), this map has much Civil War information and, in typical British fashion, it is probably a bit out of date as to political information, so we date it at the beginning of the war, 1861. Not in Stephenson. Map is dissected into 18 sections and mounted on linen with dark purple cloth covers 18.5x12 of Edward Stanford's map establishment, labeled with "Map Of The United States. London: Edward Stanford, 6, Charing Cross, S.W."
Stanford, Edward, W. & A.K. Johnston Limited
United States.
1861
Case Map
Authors Stanford, Edward, W. & A.K. Johnston Limited
Full Title United States. Engraved & Lithographed by W. & A.K. Johnston, Edinburgh. (inset) The Bahama Islands Showing the position of the Paradon Grande Light House Near which the Trent was boarded by the San Jacinto, Nov. 1861.
Note Another National Atlas U.S. map issued separately as a Civil War map by Stanford. This is the same map as the 1861 U.S. with Charleston Inset, except that the inset is changed to a map of "The Bahama Islands Shewing the position of the Paradon Grande Light House Near which the Trent was boarded by the San Jacinto, Nov. 1861." Slave holding states are shown in printed full color. Map is dissected into 15 sections and mounted on linen with burgundy cloth end sheets 21x14 labeled with "No. XIII, United States, 1861" in ms.
Stanford, Edward, W. & A.K. Johnston Limited
United States.
1862
Case Map
Authors Stanford, Edward, W. & A.K. Johnston Limited
Full Title United States. (untitled inset map of Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia).
Note Yet another Stanford Civil War map on the base map by Johnston. Now the upper left inset in an untitled map of Washington and Northern Virginia, with battle sites underlined in red. Slave holding states and the inset are in full printed color. Map is dissected into 15 sections and mounted on linen with burgundy cloth end sheets 21x14 labeled with "No. XVII, United States, 1862" in ms.
Freyhold, Edward, Warren, Gouverneur Kemble, 1830-1882, United St …
U.S. West of Mississippi R. 1.
1879
Case Map
Authors Freyhold, Edward, Warren, Gouverneur Kemble, 1830-1882, United States. Army. Corps of Engineers
Full Title Map of the Territory of the U.S. West of the Miss. Riv. Sheet no. 1. (Prepared by authority of the Hon. the Secretary of War in the Office of the Chief of Engineers under the direction of Brig. General A.A. Humphreys Chief of Engineers and Brevet Maj. Gen. U.S. Army. By Edward Freyhold 1879)
Note Hand col. lithographed map. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Has annotations.
Freyhold, Edward, Warren, Gouverneur Kemble, 1830-1882, United St …
U.S. West of Mississippi R. 2.
1879
Case Map
Authors Freyhold, Edward, Warren, Gouverneur Kemble, 1830-1882, United States. Army. Corps of Engineers
Full Title (Map of the Territory of the U.S. West of the Miss. Riv. Sheet no. 2. Prepared by authority of the Hon. the Secretary of War in the Office of the Chief of Engineers under the direction of Brig. General A.A. Humphreys Chief of Engineers and Brevet Maj. Gen. U.S. Army. By Edward Freyhold 1879)
Note Hand col. lithographed map. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights.
Freyhold, Edward, Warren, Gouverneur Kemble, 1830-1882, United St …
U.S. West of Mississippi R. 3.
1879
Case Map
Authors Freyhold, Edward, Warren, Gouverneur Kemble, 1830-1882, United States. Army. Corps of Engineers
Full Title (Map of the Territory of the U.S. West of the Miss. Riv. Sheet no. 3. Prepared by authority of the Hon. the Secretary of War in the Office of the Chief of Engineers under the direction of Brig. General A.A. Humphreys Chief of Engineers and Brevet Maj. Gen. U.S. Army. By Edward Freyhold 1879)
Note Hand col. lithographed map. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights.
Freyhold, Edward, Warren, Gouverneur Kemble, 1830-1882, United St …
U.S. West of Mississippi R. 4.
1879
Case Map
Authors Freyhold, Edward, Warren, Gouverneur Kemble, 1830-1882, United States. Army. Corps of Engineers
Full Title Map of the Territory of the U.S. West of the Miss. Riv. Sheet no. 4. (Prepared by authority of the Hon. the Secretary of War in the Office of the Chief of Engineers under the direction of Brig. General A.A. Humphreys Chief of Engineers and Brevet Maj. Gen. U.S. Army. By Edward Freyhold 1879) (with) Territory of Alaska.
Note Hand col. lithographed map. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Covers also part of Baja California. Alaska inset at scale (ca. 1:9,000,000).
Freyhold, Edward, Warren, Gouverneur Kemble, 1830-1882, United St …
U.S. West of Mississippi R. 5.
1879
Case Map
Authors Freyhold, Edward, Warren, Gouverneur Kemble, 1830-1882, United States. Army. Corps of Engineers
Full Title Map of the Territory of the U.S. West of the Miss. Riv. Sheet no. 5. (Prepared by authority of the Hon. the Secretary of War in the Office of the Chief of Engineers under the direction of Brig. General A.A. Humphreys Chief of Engineers and Brevet Maj. Gen. U.S. Army. By Edward Freyhold 1879)
Note Hand col. lithographed map. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Covers also part of northern Mexico.
Freyhold, Edward, Warren, Gouverneur Kemble, 1830-1882, United St …
U.S. West of Mississippi R. 6.
1879
Case Map
Authors Freyhold, Edward, Warren, Gouverneur Kemble, 1830-1882, United States. Army. Corps of Engineers
Full Title Map of the Territory of the U.S. West of the Miss. Riv. Sheet no. 6. Prepared by authority of the Hon. the Secretary of War in the Office of the Chief of Engineers under the direction of Brig. General A.A. Humphreys Chief of Engineers and Brevet Maj. Gen. U.S. Army. By Edward Freyhold 1879.
Note Photocopy of hand col. lithographed map. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Covers also part of northern Mexico.
Freyhold, Edward, Warren, Gouverneur Kemble, 1830-1882, United St …
Composite: U.S. West of Mississippi R.
1879
Case Map
Authors Freyhold, Edward, Warren, Gouverneur Kemble, 1830-1882, United States. Army. Corps of Engineers
Full Title (Composite of) Map of the Territory of the United States, west of the Mississippi River. (Prepared by authority of the Hon. the Secretary of War in the Office of the Chief of Engineers under the direction of Brig. General A.A. Humphreys Chief of Engineers and Brevet Maj. Gen. U.S. Army. By Edward Freyhold 1879. (inset) Territory of Alaska.
Note 5 original sheets of 6, with the title sheet No. 6 (southeast corner) is photocopy. Each sheet is dissected into 24 sections and backed with linen. Wheat: "a complex map very different in aspect from that of 1868, yet no less beautiful, and employing the new information that had reached the War Department during the 1870's." It is a complete redrawing of the Freyhold/Warren map of 1868, larger in scale, and so dense in information that the itineraries are no longer shown. There is an inset of Alaska in the lower right. This copy belonged to James Douglas, the founder of the Phelps Dodge mining empire in Arizona and for whom Douglas, Arizona, was named. In the same year the Army issued somewhat larger versions of this map on thin paper for field use, one example being the Map of California and Nevada with Parts of Utah & Arizona (see our #3360). Each sheet folds with a marbled end paper into brown cloth covers 21.5x12.5, the sheet no. and region shown in each map is written in ms on the inside covers, alongside bookplates reading "Jamais Arriere. Ex Libris James Douglas. History Science Literature Theology ..." The photocopy of sheet 6 folds into new brown cloth covers very similar to the original covers. All six maps reside in a new brown cloth slip case 22.5x13.5 with a black label on spine reading "Territory of the U.S. west of the Mississippi River. Edward Freyhold. 1879" in gilt. With outline color by state, water in full color.
Freyhold, Edward, Warren, Gouverneur Kemble, 1830-1882, United St …
Covers: U.S. West of Mississippi R.
1879
Case Map
Authors Freyhold, Edward, Warren, Gouverneur Kemble, 1830-1882, United States. Army. Corps of Engineers
Full Title (Covers to) Map of the Territory of the United States, west of the Mississippi River. (Prepared by authority of the Hon. the Secretary of War in the Office of the Chief of Engineers under the direction of Brig. General A.A. Humphreys Chief of Engineers and Brevet Maj. Gen. U.S. Army. By Edward Freyhold 1879. (inset) Territory of Alaska.
Note 5 original sheets of 6, with the title sheet No. 6 (southeast corner) is photocopy. Each sheet is dissected into 24 sections and backed with linen. Wheat: "a complex map very different in aspect from that of 1868, yet no less beautiful, and employing the new information that had reached the War Department during the 1870's." It is a complete redrawing of the Freyhold/Warren map of 1868, larger in scale, and so dense in information that the itineraries are no longer shown. There is an inset of Alaska in the lower right. This copy belonged to James Douglas, the founder of the Phelps Dodge mining empire in Arizona and for whom Douglas, Arizona, was named. In the same year the Army issued somewhat larger versions of this map on thin paper for field use, one example being the Map of California and Nevada with Parts of Utah & Arizona (see our #3360). Each sheet folds with a marbled end paper into brown cloth covers 21.5x12.5, the sheet no. and region shown in each map is written in ms on the inside covers, alongside bookplates reading "Jamais Arriere. Ex Libris James Douglas. History Science Literature Theology ..." The photocopy of sheet 6 folds into new brown cloth covers very similar to the original covers. All six maps reside in a new brown cloth slip case 22.5x13.5 with a black label on spine reading "Territory of the U.S. west of the Mississippi River. Edward Freyhold. 1879" in gilt. With outline color by state, water in full color.
Walker, J. & C.
Map of the World.
1840
Case Map
Authors Walker, J. & C.
Full Title To Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria, This Map Of The World On Mercator's Projection, Is Most Respectfully Dedicated, By Her devoted Subjects, J. & C. Walker. Published by J. & C. Walker, No. 9 Castle Street Holborn. 1840. Published For The Proprietors, By J. And C. Walker, 9, Castle Street. (inset) The North Pole And The Adjacent Lands. (inset) The South Pole And The Lands Adjacent.
Note Map measures 81x128 without including the tables on the side margin. Extensive tables of population, size of countries, chief productions, important towns and cities, values of imports and exports, national debt, number of naval vessels and distances surround the map of the world. Classic example of Victorian obsession with maps and statistics showing the growth of western cultural dominance over the world. Full color. Dissected into 28 sections and folded into brown cloth covered boards 39x25 with "Walker's World With Statistical & Distance Tables." stamped in gold on the cover.
Walker, J. & C.
Covers: Map Of The World.
1840
Case Map
Authors Walker, J. & C.
Full Title (Covers to) To Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria, This Map Of The World On Mercator's Projection, Is Most Respectfully Dedicated, By Her devoted Subjects, J. & C. Walker. Published by J. & C. Walker, No. 9 Castle Street Holborn. 1840. Published For The Proprietors, By J. And C. Walker, 9, Castle Street. (inset) The North Pole And The Adjacent Lands. (inset) The South Pole And The Lands Adjacent.
Note Map measures 81x128 without including the tables on the side margin. Extensive tables of population, size of countries, chief productions, important towns and cities, values of imports and exports, national debt, number of naval vessels and distances surround the map of the world. Classic example of Victorian obsession with maps and statistics showing the growth of western cultural dominance over the world. Full color. Dissected into 28 sections and folded into brown cloth covered boards 39x25 with "Walker's World With Statistical & Distance Tables." stamped in gold on the cover.
Walker, John, Walker, John & Alexander
Cover: United States.
1827
Case Map
Authors Walker, John, Walker, John & Alexander
Full Title (Covers to) Map of the United States, and the Provinces of Upper & Lower Canada, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia, compiled from the latest Surveys and other authentic information. By John & Alexr. Walker. Published by J. & A. Walker, 47 Bernal Street, Russell Square, London, and 33 Pool Lane, Liverpool, June 1st, 1827. (with) A General Map of North America. (with) The Continuation of East Florida, on the same scale.
Note Map in full color by state, region or territory. Highly detailed map showing county boundaries, court houses, the homes of doctors, and explanations of the topography ("These Rivers head in Flat Glady Land.") Includes two inset maps: one of the southern part of Florida, and the second of North America from Columbia in the south to Greenland in the north. On 1 sheet, disected into 64 sections, backed on cloth, mounted as single sheet with marbled board paper sides, folded to 25 x 16 cm., in marbled board slip case 26 x 18 cm. Slip case has label in pen-and pink: Map of the United States and Territories, and of the Canadas & other British North American Possessions. Published in 1827. Size 5 1/2 by 3 1/2 feet. Has spine by Thomas Streeter in pencil.
Walker, John, Walker, John & Alexander
Map of the United States.
1827
Case Map
Authors Walker, John, Walker, John & Alexander
Full Title Map of the United States, and the Provinces of Upper & Lower Canada, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia, compiled from the latest Surveys and other authentic information. By John & Alexr. Walker. Published by J. & A. Walker, 47 Bernal Street, Russell Square, London, and 33 Pool Lane, Liverpool, June 1st, 1827. (with) A General Map of North America. (with) The Continuation of East Florida, on the same scale.
Note Map in full color by state, region or territory. Highly detailed map showing county boundaries, court houses, the homes of doctors, and explanations of the topography ("These Rivers head in Flat Glady Land.") Includes two inset maps: one of the southern part of Florida, and the second of North America from Columbia in the south to Greenland in the north. On 1 sheet, disected into 64 sections, backed on cloth, mounted as single sheet with marbled board paper sides, folded to 25 x 16 cm., in marbled board slip case 26 x 18 cm. Slip case has label in pen-and pink: Map of the United States and Territories, and of the Canadas & other British North American Possessions. Published in 1827. Size 5 1/2 by 3 1/2 feet. Has spine by Thomas Streeter in pencil.
Walling, H. F., Borden, Simeon
Map Of The State Of Massachusetts.
1861
Case Map
Authors Walling, H. F., Borden, Simeon
Full Title Topographical Map Of The State Of Massachusetts Based On The Trigonometrical Survey By Simeon Borden, The details from Actual Surveys under the direction of H.F. Walling. Published by H. & C.T. Smith & Co. No. 358 Pearl St. N.Y. Entered ... 1861 by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts ... Massachusetts. (with 25 inset maps).
Note Large scale map of the state, which is a lithographic reissued of Borden's 1844 map (see our copy) with updates and additions by Walling. Numerous inset maps of cities, a climatological map by Blodgett, a geological map by Hitchcock, statistics from the 1860 census, and a table of distances. The new material on the map is based on the Massachusetts county surveys and maps made by Walling from 1855-60. Full color. Map is dissected into 24 sections and backed and bordered with linen. Folds with marbled end sheets into a new blue cloth folding case 38x34 with "Topographical Map Of Massachusetts Walling & Borden 1861" stamped in gold on the spine.
Walling, H. F., Chace, J.
State of Maine.
1862
Case Map
Authors Walling, H. F., Chace, J.
Full Title Map Of The State Of Maine. From Surveys made by the United States Coast Survey, from the British and American Boundary Commissioners Survey, from the State Land Surveys, the New Brunswick Provincial Surveys, and from Actual Surveys by H.F. Walling & J. Chace Jr. ... H.F. Walling. Published By J. Chace Jr. & Co. 55 Exchange St. Portland. 1862. M. Clemens, T.W. Baker, Assistant Draughtsmen. W. Hatfield, Engraver, 132 Nassau St. J. Chace Jr., Sanborn & Carter, 55 Exchange St. Portland. Bailey & Noyes, 56 & 58 Exch. St. Portland. Entered ... by H.F. Walling & J. Chace Jr. ... New York. (inset) Map Of The United States Of America By H.F. Walling, 1861. Engraved by D. Griffing Johnson, N. York. (with 28 smaller inset maps).
Note The first large scale map of the state to be issued after the Greenleaf third edition of 1844. This copy is dissected and folded. The 29 inset maps include: Presque Isle, Houlton, Calais, City Of Bangor, Ellsworth, Eastport, Machias, Mountains In Maine - With Their Heights In Feet, Map Of The United States..., Map Of The World, Belfast, Saco And Biddeford, Auburn And Lewiston, Rockland, Thomaston, Brunswick, Portland, Waldoboro, Bath, Farmington, Waterville, Augusta, Fryeburg, Paris Hill, Hallowell, Gardiner, Dover & Foxcroft, Skowhegan, and Wiscasset. Full color. Dissected into 36 sections, and edged and backed with linen. Map has a tan linen border and folds into end sheets of brown marbled paper then into a new tan cloth folding case 29x29 with "Maine Walling & Chace 1862" stamped in gilt on the spine. Relief shown with hachures.
Dutton, E. P., Walling, H. F.
Map Of Boston.
1860
Case Map
Authors Dutton, E. P., Walling, H. F.
Full Title Map Of Boston And The Country Adjacent, From Actual Surveys By H.F. Walling Supt. Of The State Map. Published At The Boston Map Store By E.P. Dutton & Co. 106 Washington St. Boston, 1860. Entered ... 1860 by E.P. Dutton & Co. ... Massachusetts. Printed by Meisel Brothers.
Note Full color. Dissected into 36 sections and mounted on linen. Folds into end sheets of red marbled paper 18x14 and a new gray slip case 19x14.5 with "Boston And The Country Adjacent. H.F. Walling 1860" stamped in gilt on the spine.
Walling, H. F.
Cover: Norfolk County, Massachusetts.
1858
Case Map
Authors Walling, H. F.
Full Title (Covers to) Map of the County of Norfolk, Massachusetts based on the trigonometrical survey of the State. The details from actual surveys under the direction of Henry F. Walling, Supt. of the State map. 1858. Engraved, printed, colored & mounted at H.F. Wallings Map Establishment, No. 90 Fulton St., New York. Published by Smith & Bumstead, 106 Washington St., Boston and 90 Fulton St., New York. Entered ... 1858 by H.F. Walling ... Massachusetts. (with inset maps of Roxbury, Quincy, Dedham, Brookline, Jamaica Plain, geological map, etc.)
Note This is a classic Walling county map with four views of prominent residences in the four corners, forty six inset maps of towns, a geological map of the county, a table of distances and a business directory. An earlier, smaller map of Norfolk County was published by Walling in 1853. Map has full hand color, cloth edging, and is dissected into 36 sections. Folds with marbled end sheets into brown cloth covered boards 28.5x27 with ties, titled in gold "Map Of Norfolk County Mass." Shows structures, landowners, etc. Relief shown by hachures.
Walling, H. F.
Map of the County of Norfolk, Massachusetts.
1858
Case Map
Authors Walling, H. F.
Full Title Map of the County of Norfolk, Massachusetts based on the trigonometrical survey of the State. The details from actual surveys under the direction of Henry F. Walling, Supt. of the State map. 1858. Engraved, printed, colored & mounted at H.F. Wallings Map Establishment, No. 90 Fulton St., New York. Published by Smith & Bumstead, 106 Washington St., Boston and 90 Fulton St., New York. Entered ... 1858 by H.F. Walling ... Massachusetts. (with inset maps of Roxbury, Quincy, Dedham, Brookline, Jamaica Plain, geological map, etc.)
Note This is a classic Walling county map with four views of prominent residences in the four corners, forty six inset maps of towns, a geological map of the county, a table of distances and a business directory. An earlier, smaller map of Norfolk County was published by Walling in 1853. Map has full hand color, cloth edging, and is dissected into 36 sections. Folds with marbled end sheets into brown cloth covered boards 28.5x27 with ties, titled in gold "Map Of Norfolk County Mass." Shows structures, landowners, etc. Relief shown by hachures.
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