Map[Collection of maps relating to publication of "New Hampshire, a guide to the Granite State" by Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration for the State of New Hampshire]. Consists of state maps showing tour routes, administrative divisions, geology, and forest reserves; maps of cities of Dover, Portsmouth, and Rochester; map of village of Durham; and map of Connecticut River watershed in New Hampshire that "shows progress of the crest of the flood, Nov. 3-6, 1927." Accompanied by 2 sheets of text and sheet with geological graphs. Some maps indexed. Some sheets annotated ...
- Contributor: Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration for the State of New Hampshire
- Date: 1927
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MapVölker und Staaten in Mitteleuropa Shows ethnic groups (esp. Germans) and international boundaries. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. LC copies probably removed from textual publications; copy 2 imperfect--wrinkled, soiled in margins. Includes text, footnote, and statistical (population) tables. 2 copies
- Contributor: Winkler, Wilhelm - Austria. Kartographisches Institut
- Date: 1924
MapRussian Socialist Federated Soviet Republic 1922 Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available The principal map shows nationality-based administrative divisions in the European portion of what was later termed the U.S.S.R.; the small inset shows the Asiatic portion. The statements of attribution were typewritten in the lower margin of the original map sheet. Original map "Copyright by 'Foreign Affairs', 1922". Positive photostat copy. LC copy imperfect: Rubber-stamped, red pencil annotations, mounted on paper base (French surplus map ...
- Contributor: Martin, Lawrence - United States. Department of the Army. General Staff. Military Intelligence Division
- Date: 1922
MapAna Vatan : [Turkey]. Shows political and administrative boundaries. At head of title: (Sûdî)'nin yeni harıta külliyatından. Relief shown by hachures. Includes 2 insets showing the Istanbul Region and Ankara, a portrait of Attaturk, and large images of a soldier and a woman draped in the Turkish flag. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. LC copy sectioned in two and mounted ...
- Contributor: Kitaphane-Yi Sûd
- Date: 1927