This category includes maps that typically portray the physical environment and a variety of cultural elements for a geographic area at a particular point in time. The maps in this category show a geographic area larger than a city or town and do not display a subject that is part of one of the thematic categories.
This category includes maps that depict individual buildings to panoramic views of large urban areas. These maps record the evolution of cities illustrating the development and nature of economic activities, educational and religious facilities, parks, street patterns and widths, and transportation systems.
A thematic collection exploring changing models of the universe through time, ideas of life on other words and Carl Sagan’s place in the tradition of science. It features manuscripts, rare books, celestial atlases, newspaper articles, sheet music and movie posters. Like our ancestors, we look up at the heavens and wonder. What is the structure of the universe? How significant are we? Are we ...
Sagan, Carl - Druyan, Ann - Macfarlane, Seth
This record covers single maps of Australasia, which are not represented in the LC database by separate catalog records. This collection includes single printed maps and photocopies of printed or manuscript single maps as well as some multi-sheet single maps, plates from atlases, books or periodicals, and printed facsimiles. These maps cover Australasia as a whole and regions and physical features of Australasia as ...
Title devised by cataloger. Relief shown by landform drawings. Fine-cut woodblock map of Egypt and what is now southern Israel and parts of Palestine, including as far north as Jerusalem and Jericho. From: "Quae intus continentur Syria, Palestina, Arabia, Aegyptus, Schondia, Holmiae."
Relief shown by landform drawings. Fine-cut woodblock map of Egypt and Marmarica (area between Egypt and Cyrenaica - present day Libya), or what is currently known as the Egyptian Western Desert. From "Quae intus continentur Syria, Palestina, Arabia, Aegyptus, Schondia, Holmiae."