Kansas City: F. E. Gallup Map Co, 1910. Folding colored map originally published by Rand McNally and measuring 14 x 22 inches. Folding into blue printed wrappers, 6 x 3 1/2 inches. A few small tears repaired. Carroll County is in North central Missouri, with the largest city being Carrollton.
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Kansas City: F. E. Gallup Map Co., 1910. Folding, colored map, originally published by Rand McNally and measuring 22 x 13 3/4 inches. Folding into blue printed wrappers 6 x 3 1/2 inches. Pettis county is in North central Missouri and includes the city of Sedalia.
Chicago: Rand McNally, 1888. Folding map measuring 21 x 27 1/2 inches. Housed in printed paper wrappers, 5 1/2 x 2 1/2 inches. Light wear to wrappers.
Philadelphia: S. Augustus Mitchell, 1945. 572 pages. 9 x 5 3/4 inches. Green leather backed marbled boards; lightly rubbed. With the bookplate and ink signature of Thomas R. Lambert.
New York: American Book Company, (1883). 75 pages. With wood-engravings and colored maps. 9 x 6 1/2 inches. Cloth backed pictorial boards; light rubbing at tips. The Pacific Coast Edition. With a section at the rear showing maps of California, Nevada, Washington and Oregon.
Chicago: 1914. Folding colored map measuring 21 x 13 1/2 inches. Folding into brown cloth covers with gilt lettering. There is one old tape repair to the upper margin causing a two inch stain.
Chicago: Rand McNally & Co., (1920). Folding map measuring 28 x 22 inches; folding into printed wrappers, 7 1/2 x 4 inches. In fine condition, with only a minor blemish on front wrapper.
Chicago: Rand McNally & Company, (1916). 30 pages of text and advertisements. With a large, folding map measuring 21 x 29 inches. Map removed from printed wrappers; tear along one crease; otherwise a fine copy. Includes "railroads and electric lines, counties, congressional townships, cities, towns, villages, post offices, lakes, rivers...
New York: circa 1940. Folding colored map of New York City and vicinity, showing the recently opened Queens Midtown Tunnel. On Verso is a close up map, text and photographic illustrations of the interior of the tunnel. 17 x 20 inches. The tunnel opened in November of 1940 and was...
Norwich: Jarrold & Sons, (1887). A fine, folding colored map of the region, measuring 29 1/2 x 22 1/2 inches and folding into green cloth boards with gilt lettering. In fine condition. The map was issued from the Ordnance Survey.
A colored map measuring 19 x 27 inches, folding into printed wrappers 8 1/2 x 4 1/4 inches. Wrappers split at fold and taped. Issued to promote the State of Oaxaca during Mexico's Olympic games.
Columbus: The State of Ohio, 1905. Large, folding, linen backed map measuring 32 x 29 inches. Folding into cloth covered boards measuring 8 1/4 x 3 3/4 inches; some wear to linen backing at folds. An impressive map, listing all steam and electric railroads running in the State of Ohio.
Jaffa: Esco Foundation for Palestine, 1947. Three section colored map, each measuring 31 x 25 inches (for a total map area of 75 x 25 inches). Folding into a paper folder with printed paper label. A fine, bright copy. Issued to accompany the two volume "Palestine. A Study of Jewish...
Colon: Persons' Travel Bureau, (1924). Folding map measuring 9 3/4 x 20 14 inches showing streets and prominent buildings in downtown Panama City. Folding into printed wrappers 5 1/2 x 3 1/4 inches. Wrappers lightly soiled, one split at fold and 1 1/2 inch split at spine. Included are five advertisements for various businesses or shops.
London ? circa 1935. A tall, one-sheet poster, 60 x 39 inches, chromolithographed in bright colors. Folded, but in excellent condition. The beautiful woman in this poster is Fay Compton who played in "Dick Whittington and his cat," in 1932. "Pantomimes are traditionally performed over the Christmas period and along...
Pittsburgh: R. L. Polk & Co., (1923). Large, highly detailed stencil colored map measuring 29 x 42 inches. Folding into printed wrappers 8 x 4 inches. One tear along a fold repaired with archival tape. Though the map is dated 1922 on the recto, the verso, which lists a key to streets is dated 1923.
Prague: Charles Bellmann, 1905. A fine, folding map measuring 19 1/2 x 26 inches. A highly detailed city map issued during Prague's prewar splendor.
Chicago: Rand McNally, (1901). 13 pages + 7 pages of advertisements. With a folding map measuring 14 x 27 inches. Folding into printed wrappers, 6 3/4 x 4 1/4 inches. Wrappers chipped and spine taped; map fine.
Edinburgh & London: W. & A.K. Johnston, circa 1895. A linen backed folding map with outline color measuring 39 1/2 x 31 inches. Folding into cloth covers 8 x 4 1/4 inches. A Fine Bright copy.
Chicago: The Fort Dearborn Publishing Co, circa 1900. A colored map measuring 9 x 11 1/2 inches, folding into printed wrappers, measuring 5 1/4 x 3 1/4 inches and titled "Pocket Map of South Africa." Wrappers have chips removed from lower corners, but map is in excellent condition. A post Boer War map of the region.
Vienna: Freytag & Berndt, (1954). Large folding map, printed in red, green, blue and black showing monuments, parks and the outskirts of this great Austrian city. 22 1/2 x 18 1/4 inches; marginal notes in ink, light staining on rear. The maps title is "Zentrales Stadtgebiet von Wien."
Chicago: Rand, McNally & Co, (1907). 30 pages of text + large, colored folding map measuring 21 x 28 inches. Housed in printed brown wrappers 6 1/2 x 4 inches. The map has two small tears at the folds and the lower left corner is creased. A nice, early Rand McNally pocket map of the state, listing 18 railroads.
Chicago: Rand McNally & Company, circa 1925. A colored map measuring 14 x 21 inches and folding into gray printed wrappers 6 1/2 x 4 inches. Minor stains to covers. With insets for Jamaica, Porto Rico and the Lesser Antilles. On the verso are listings of Islands, Lakes, Mountains, Rivers and towns.
N.p. Earl F. White, 1954. Folding map printed in red and black and measuring 17 x 22 inches. Small stain and separation at one fold. Informative tourist map, written and drawn by White. This copy has the hand stamp "Summit of Pikes Peak. Altitude 14,110 feet. August 5, 1955."
Circa 1920. Eight pages of text and a large folding map measuring 33 x 27 inches, folding into printed wrappers, 7 1/4 x 4 1/4 inches. An attractive city map printed in red, green and black. The map depicts "street car lines, wards, house numbers; including sites of all parks...