Maps The Rand-McNally new library atlas map of Europe /

Format Maps
Contributors Rand McNally and Company
Dates 1912
Location Europe
Language English
Subjects Europe
The Rand-McNally new library atlas map of Europe /
Other Title
New library atlas map of Europe
Contributor Names
Rand McNally and Company.
Created / Published
Chicago : Rand McNally & Co., 1912.
Subject Headings
-  Europe--Maps
-  Europe
-  Relief shown by hachures.
-  Shows subterranean telegraph lines running through Atlantic Ocean, North, Baltic, Mediterranean, and Black Seas.
-  Gift: Mrs. Lilla B. Sampson, Jan. 29, 1943.
-  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
1 map : col. ; 47 x 65 cm.
Call Number
G5700 1912 .R3
Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 USA dcu
Digital Id
Library of Congress Catalog Number
Other Formats
MODS Record
Dublin Core Record
Catalog Record

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