Relief shown by hill shading. Inset: Cairo. Scale 1:150,000. -- Nile valley. Scale 1:5,000,000. -- Alexandria. Scale not given. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Shows: railways, roads, routes.
Ahead of title: Africa." "N. Peters Photo-Lithographer, Washington, D. C." -- on lower margin. Relief shown by hachures. Shows political boundaries, Red Sea coastal towns (Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia, Eritrea, and Somalia), the Nile watershed, major cities and populated places, cataracts, names of the tribes, other water features, and desert tracks. Includes the Nile River navigation notes, and travel distances.
Relief shown by hachures. Some maps or plans carry names of "Bormay & Co. Engr's., N.Y." or "Wagner & Debes, Leipzig." (as engravers). Includes explanaions of map system "Patented U.S.A., August, 21, 1900 ; Patented Great Britain, March 22, 1900 ; Patented France, March 26, 1900 ; S.G.D.S Switzerland, Patent, Nr. 21,221." Appears in James Henry Breasted's "Ancient Records of Egypt", 1906-07.
Relief shown by contours, gradient tints, and spot heights. The maps and plans are in pocket. Some maps or plans carry names of "Bormay & Co. Engr's., N.Y." or "Wagner & Debes, Leipzig." [as Engravers].
Underwood & Underwood - Breasted, James Henry - Bormay & Co. - Wagner & Debes
"Int. Div., W. O., No. 1067." "All rights reserved." "Lithographed at the Intelligence Division, War Office, Novr. 1894." "Published on behalf of the War Office by Edward Stanford, 26 and 27, Cockspur St. Charing Cross, London S.W." Relief shown by shading and spot heights. Map describes a stony area, known by "Batn el Hagar" south of the second cataract on the river, on modern ...
Great Britain. War Office. Intelligence Division
Shows physical features, administrative boundaries, settlements, ethnic groups & tribes, railroads, roads, and desert trails. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. "London : Published by Edward Stanford, 55 Charing Cross, Feby. 16th, 1885." Accompanied by a text on verso of detached panel cardboard "Major Kitchener's Report", 1 page. Includes geographical notes describeing weather, wind, climate, flood level, and marching time of selected routes. ...
Background map for PMS from AP Newsfeatures, mailed from New York October 29, 1951. For use November 1 or thereafter. Map 1 shows locations of historical events, and monuments. Map 2 shows Egypt geographical location, and its political boundaries with the adjoining African countries. Title from head of accompanied text. Accompanied by text by Warren Bennett.
Associated Press - Faruk I - Bennett, Warren
"Intelligence Branch No. 381." "Published on behalf of the War Office by Edward Stanford, 26 and 27, Cockspur St. Charing Cross, London S.W." "Revised Feb. 1888; do. [drawan?] Jan. 1895; Small corrections & additions Jan. 1898." Relief shown by shading and spot heights. Shows populated places, waterways, roads, and desert tracks.
Great Britain. War Office. Intelligence Division - Edward Stanford Ltd
Title devised by cataloger. Relief shown by form lines. On top margin : "Harison Series Historical and Gegraphical Outline maps, Egypt, No. 34A." "Copyright 1906, by William Beverley Harison, 47 Broad St., New York." Shows Egypt geographic location on north east portion of Africa. It also covers the Nile River Valley (from its sources on the White Nile and the Blue Nile to its ...
"London: Edward Stanford, 26 & 27 Cockspur St., Charing Cross, S. W., July 1889." Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. A detailed map of the Nile River Valley displays its sources at the Great Lakes of Africa: Albert, Victoria, and Lake Tana; its tributaries: the White Nile and the Blue Nile meet at modern tim Khartoum, Sudan forming the great watershed running north ...
Shows physical and topographic features, political boundaries, neighboring countries, major roads, desert trails, and maritime navigation distance. Relief shown by spot heights. "Copyright, 1942, George Philip & Son, Ltd. ; Printed in Great Britain by George Philip & Son, Limited, London." Includes "Explanation of Arabic terms".
London Geographical Institute - George Philip & Son
Shows physical features, political and administrative boundaries, settlements, tribes name, railroads, roads, and desert trails. "London : Published by Edward Stanford, 55 Charing Cross, Decr. 10th, 1884." Accompanied by a text on cardboard "Major Kitchener's Report", 4 pages, on verso panel, and publisher's advertisements. Includes inset map titled "A scketch of the course of the Nile shewing the area embraced by the large scale ...
Relief shown by gradient tints and spot heights. Title and legend in English, French, and Arabic. Title from panel. Includes index, location map inset, ancillary maps of "The Nile Valley," Giza pyramids, North Saqqara pyramids, Luxor, and col. ill. Text, index, business guide, location map, ancillary maps of Cairo, central Alexandria, publisher's list, and col. ill. on verso.
Relief shown by hachures. "The part coloured green shows the extent of the inundation ... and of the cultivated country." The publisher's statement is printed on a paper revision slip affixed over the name (A. Arrowsmith) printed on each sheet. Hand colored in green, light blue, and light yellow. Imperfect: Fold-lined. Includes text, notes, and statistical tables. Insets: Supplement to the map of Egypt ...
Covers Egypt, Egyptian Sudan, and the Nile River Basin, based on Speke & Grant discoveries. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Shows sources of the river at the Africa Great Lakes (Victoria, Albert, and Tana), flowing northward through its major tributaries, White Nile, Blue Nile, and Atbara, forming the river watershed to the Mediterranean Sea. Also, it shows approximate political, ethnic and tribal ...
"London: Published by Edward Stanford, 55 Charing Cross, Dec. 1st 1884." Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Nineteenth century comprehensive map of the Nile River Valley displays its sources at the Great Lakes of Africa: Albert, Victoria, and Lake Tana; its tributaries: the White Nile and the Blue Nile meet at modern tim Khartoum, Sudan forming the great watershed running north to Nile ...
Relief shown by shading and spot heights. Title and place names in English. Legend in English, German, and French. Cover title. At head of cover title: Nelles maps. Includes index to map of Cairo (al-Qāhira), coverage diagram, index map, and publisher's map list.