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    Joslin's six inch terrestrial globe, containing the latest discoveries

    Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Gift; Philip Colman; Dec. 2002. Imperfect: Some cracking from mounting at poles, and cracking on zodiacal circle. Paired with G3160 1840.J62 Vault Cabinet. Acquisitions control no.: 2003-16.

    • Contributor: Joslin, Gilman - Annin, William
    • Date: 1840
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    Laing's Planetarium

    Shows the motion of the Earth and Mercury around the Sun, and the Moon around the Earth. Date from dealer's information. Terrestrial globe dated to 1891. Title from metal plate affixed to wooden arm. Metal label attached to base shows the months, seasons, and zodiac. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Acquisition made possible by Marjorie S. ...

    • Contributor: Laing Planetarium Company - Rand McNally and Company
    • Date: 1895
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    The world on Mercator's projection,

    Scale ca. 1:33,000,000. Hand colored. Sectioned and mounted on cloth backing. Relief shown pictorially. "Published by John Melish & Saml. Harrison." Cartouche: H. Bridport, deld. [sic], G. Murray, sct. Includes text "To find the distance of one place from another" and statistical table. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Vault AACR2: 100; 650/1; 700/1; 700/2

    • Contributor: Melish, John - Harrison, Samuel - Bridport, Hugh - Murray, George
    • Date: 1817
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    The world on Mercator's projection,

    Scale ca. 1:33,000,000. Hand colored. Mounted on cloth backing. Relief shown pictorially. LC copy 2 imperfect: Small pieces missing. Discolored, surface varnished. "Published by John Melish & Saml. Harrison." Cartouche: H. Bridport, deld. [sic], G. Murray, sct. Includes text "To find distance of one place from another" and statistical table. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Vault ...

    • Contributor: Melish, John - Harrison, Samuel - Bridport, Hugh - Murray, George
    • Date: 1818
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    The world on Mercator's projection,

    Scale ca. 1:33,000,000. Hand colored. Mounted on cardboard and cloth backing. Relief shown pictorially. LC copy imperfect: Small pieces missing. Discolored and brittle. Cartouche: H. Bridport, deld. [sic], G. Murray, sct. Includes text "To find the distance of one place from another" and statistical table. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Vault AACR2: 100; 650/1; 700/1; 700/2

    • Contributor: Melish, John - Harrison, Samuel - Bridport, Hugh - Murray, George
    • Date: 1820
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    The world, on a globular projection, exhibiting the geographical researches of modern travellers & navigators

    Relief shown pictorially. Purchase; FY '13 Philip Lee Phillips Society purchase; March 2013. Includes statistics and illustrations of the world's highest mountains and longest rivers by continents. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. LC copy sectioned into 24 and mounted on cloth to facilitate folding. Two marbled covers affixed to verso. Dealer: Vobam, Sweden

    • Contributor: Vance, D. H. (david H.) - Vance, D. H.
    • Date: 1826
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    The world

    "January 1833." Relief shown by hachures. Pen-and-ink and watercolor. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Vault Acquisitions control no. 99-43

    • Contributor: Van Schaack, Mary
    • Date: 1833
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    Sekai bankoku Nihon yori kaijō risū ōjō jinbutsuzu.

    Shows countries of the world, their people, and distances from Japan. Also shows the continents (Asia, Europe, Libya [i.e. Africa], North and South America), the oceans, some capitals, the equator, and the tropics. Pictorial map. Relief shown pictorially. Japanese. Cover title: Sekaizu ichiran. Cover and cover title added of a later date. Wood block print. Includes explanatory notes. LC copy: Hand-drawn and colored anatomical ...

    • Date: 1800
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    Map of the square and stationary earth : four hundred passages in the Bible that condemn the Globe Theory, or the Flying Earth, and none sustain it ; this map is the ...

    Relief shown by hachures. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Gift; Don Homuth; September 2011. Accompanied by envelope containing illustrations, CD-ROM of Ferguson family gravesite, transcriptions of Orlando Ferguson's obituaries, and photocopy and CD-ROM of "The globe theory of the earth refuted". Fold-lined. Conserved.

    • Contributor: Ferguson, Orlando - L.H. Everts & Co.
    • Date: 1893
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    A new map of the world.

    "Published June 28th, 1800 by John Wallis at his Map Warehouse, 16 Ludgate Street." Map consists of 2 hemispheres each 20 cm. in diam. Includes 6 ancillary maps showing circles, parallels, zones, meridians, definitions of land and water, and world. LC copy imperfect: One piece missing. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Vault Shelf

    • Contributor: Wallis, J. (john)
    • Date: 1800
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    Wallis's New dissected map of world : engraved from the latest authorities for the use of young students in geography ; Neele, sculpt., Strand.

    "Published June 25th 1812 by John Wallis, 42 Skinner Street, London." Title from label on wooden box. Label on spine of wooden box: Scotland. Map consists of 2 hemispheres each 32 cm. in diam. LC copy imperfect: Several pieces missing. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Vault Shelf

    • Contributor: Wallis, J. (john) - Neele, Samuel John
    • Date: 1812
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    World.

    Relief shown by hachures. Box title. Alternate title: The world on Mercator's projection. Accompanied by: The world on Mercator's projection. 1 map : col. ; 29 x 44 cm. LC copy imperfect: One broken piece; small portion of a piece missing; accompanying map brittle. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Vault Shelf

    • Contributor: Philip & Tacey Ltd
    • Date: 1840
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    The geographical area and the population of the kingdom of light (the baptized) and the kingdom of darkness (the unbaptized).

    Shows Christians and non-Christians. From the papers of William McKinley. Pen-and-ink and watercolors. Biblical verse in lower margin. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Vault

    • Contributor: McKinley, William
    • Date: 1890