Cover title. Originally printed on 3 sheets. Includes Harbin-Port Arthur inset. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. LC copy mounted on cloth backing, annotated, rubber-stamped, cover affixed to cloth backing, cover extensively annotated.
Wall map of history of territorial expansion of the Russian Empire (European portion) in the 16th and 17th centuries. Relief shown by hachures. Also covers Baltic States, Poland-Lithuania, and Moldavia. Title from head of map legend. Prime meridian: Ferro. Gift: The Librarian Dr. James F. Billington; January 2015. Purchase price on recto of portfolio: T︠S︡i︠e︡na karty s atlasom 3 rub. Intended audience: Middle schools. ...
Kartogr. Zav. I︠u︡.i︠u︡. Gash - Platonov, S. F. (sergeĭ Fedorovich) - Okunev, Nikolaĭ Lʹvovich - Billington, James H. - I︠a︡. Bashmakov I Ko.
Shows railroads, navigable rivers, highways, and steamship lines. Relief shown by shading. Also covers entire or parts of adjacent countries. Pulkovo (St. Petersburg) meridian. Imperfect: Halved, fold-lined, torn, taped, rubber-stamped, annotated in red ink, stained by red ink in left margin, annotated in pencil to translate title and legend to English. Includes text. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a ...
Russia. Ministerstvo Puteĭ Soobshchenīi︠a︡. Otdi︠e︡l Statistiki I Kartografīi. - Kartograficheskoe Zavedenīe A. Ilʹina
Relief and depths shown by gradient tints. Also shows railroads. In Russian. Pulkovo (St. Petersburg) meridian. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Includes table of extreme high elevations. LC copy torn at edge, taped, inscribed in ink by the author in upper margin: The Congress Library, Washington D.C., from J. de Schokalsky in remembrance of 2 visits--1912.
Shokalʹskiĭ, I︠u︡. M. (i︠u︡liĭ Mikhaĭlovich) - Russia. Pereselencheskoe Upravlenīe. - Shokalʹskiĭ, I︠u︡. M.