MapMapamondi. Relief and depths shown pictorially. Title from first word of descriptive text on first facsim. leaf. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. In Catalan; introd.; uncaptioned in Spanish by J. Vernet and D. Romano. Traditionally attributed to A. Cresques, with the possible collaboration of his son, J. Cresques. Facsim. of the 1375 ed. of the Catalan atlas, ...
- Contributor: Cresques, Abraham - Bibliothèque Nationale De France
- Date: 1959
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CollectionMilitary Battles and Campaigns This category contains maps showing campaigns of major military conflicts including troop movements, defensive structures and groundworks, roads to and from sites of military engagements, campsites, and local buildings, topography and vegetation. Some of the maps are manuscripts drawn on the field of battle, while others are engraved including some that have manuscript annotations reflecting the history of the battle or campaign. A significant ...
- Date: 1570
Map[Heezen-Tharp collection]. Consists of a wide variety of materials relating to an effort to map ocean floors carried out by the Lamont-Doherty Earth Science Observatory of Columbia University. This work was accomplished by geologist Bruce C. Heezen and oceanographer/cartographer Marie Tharp. The materials included maps, preliminary drawings, earth science data, precision depth recordings, scientific and technical reports, papers, correspondence, cruise logbooks, printing masters, reproducibles, and globes. ...
- Contributor: Heezen, Bruce C. - Tharp, Marie
- Date: 1957
MapChart of limits of seas and oceans. Map shows locations of bags, seas, straits, and oceans. Includes indexes by alphabet and number to the bodies of water. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
- Contributor: Aeronautical Chart and Information Center (U.S.)
- Date: 1953
Collection[CIA terrain board collection]. The collection consists of 34 groups of manuscript terrain maps of various regions of the world, prepared using Swiss "ridge and valley" techniques by the Central Intelligence Agency's terrain specialists. The base terrain maps (shaded relief and lowland tints) were drawn on boards created from two sheets of paper fused to an aluminum core. The boards are accompanied by 1 to 4 manuscript overlays ...
- Contributor: United States. Central Intelligence Agency
- Date: 1958
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