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Contributing members may receive a copy of all current publications. Previous issues may be made available online in either abbreviated form or in their entirety.

The Philip Lee Phillps Society Occasional Papers highlight selected map collections of the Library of Congress.

Occasional Paper, Number 13 The Story of a World War I Mapmaker: The War Diary of Willard B. Prince
Fifth Division Headquarters AEF
Written and Compiled at the Front.
Ryan J. Moore (2017)
Occasional Paper, Number 12 Maps of the First World War: An Illustrated Essay and List of Selected Maps in the Library of Congress, Second Edition.
Ryan J. Moore (2017)
Occasional Paper, Number 11 The King of Maps: Philip Lee Phillips' First Acquisitions Trips In the Deep South 1903 and Europe 1905.
Cheryl Fox (2016)
Occasional Paper, Number 10 The History of the Gulf Stream's Missing Chapter: John William Gerard De Brahm.
Louis De Vorsey (2016)
Occasional Paper, Number 9 From Alterity to Allegory: Depictions of Cannibalism on Early European Maps of the New World.
James Walker (2015)
Occasional Paper, Number 8 Maps of Stephen F. Austin: An Illustrated Essay of the Early Cartography of Texas.
Dennis Reinhartz (2015)
Occasional Paper, Number 7 Maps of the First World War: An Illustrated Essay and List of Select Maps in the Library of Congress.
Ryan J. Moore (2014)
Occasional Paper, Number 6 From L'Enfant to the Senate Park Commission: Mapping the Nation's Capital from 1791 to 1902.
Richard W. Stephenson (2014)
Occasional Paper, Number 5 Projecting Time: John Parr Snyder and the Development of the Space Oblique Mercator Projection.
John Hessler (2004)
Occasional Paper, Number 4 Gustavus Sohon's Cartographic and Artistic Works: An Annotated Bibliography.
Paul D. McDermott and Ronald E. Grim (2002)
Occasional Paper, Number 3 The World Image Expressed in the Rudimentum Noitiorum.
Wesley Brown (2000)
Occasional Paper, Number 2 The Napoleonic War in the Dutch East Indies: An Essay and Cartobibliography of the Minto Collection.
John A. Wolter (1999)
Occasional Paper, Number 1 A Separate Apartment for Maps and Atlases in the Library of Congress by Philip Lee Phillips, F.R.G.S.
Richard W. Stephenson (1998)

 



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