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    How to View Maps - Panoramic Maps - Digital Collections

    Maps and other large images are presented as GIF or JPEG files and require no special viewers, unless you choose to download and view maps offline. For off-line viewing, you can download a possible four formats: GIF Format thumbnail JPEG format JPEG2000 format TIFF format You may require special software to view the downloaded JPEG2000 format. The following are some of the programs that ...

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    Related Resources - Panoramic Maps - Digital Collections

    The preceding overview and this bibliography were adapted from the introduction to Panoramic Maps of Cities in the United States and Canada (2d ed., Washington: Library of Congress, 1984). The most comprehensive discussion and listing of panoramic maps is found in John W. Reps, Views and Viewmakers of Urban America: Lithographs of Towns and Cities in the United States and Canada, Notes on the ...

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    Articles and Essays - Panoramic Maps - Digital Collections

    Skip to main content Loc.gov Congress.gov Copyright.gov Menu ☰ Discover Catalogs & Finding Aids Search the Library's catalog records. Formats Audio Recordings Books Films, Videos Legislation Manuscripts/Mixed Material Maps Notated Music Newspapers Periodicals Personal Narratives

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    Browse Maps by State - Panoramic Maps - Digital Collections

    Select states on the map to browse items.

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    Panoramic Artists and Publishers - Panoramic Maps - Digital Collections

    The Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division holds panoramic maps done by Albert Ruger, Thaddeus Mortimer Fowler, Lucien R. Burleigh, Henry Wellge, and Oakley H. Bailey who were among the most prolific and successful panoramic map artists. Such well known print makers as Currier & Ives also made panoramic maps. Although this was not a leading panoramic mapmaking firm, this company's distinctive views ...

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    Panoramic Mapping - Panoramic Maps - Digital Collections

    The tradition of perspective mapping flowered in Europe in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries. Mathias Merian, George Braun, Franz Hogenberg, and others produced perspective maps of European cities. These early European town plans, most often portraying major political or marketing centers, were small in size and were generally incorporated in atlases or geographical books. The perspective was usually at a low oblique ...

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    Topographical Survey of St. Louis Missouri - Panoramic Maps - Digital Collections

    Select a numbered tile to view a detailed panoramic map