1907. Map. 5 1/2" x 8 1/4". This interesting map of the United States in 1902 depicts libraries and institutions established by Andrew Carnegie. It distinguishes between technical institutions, libraries, and education institutions, also including museums and galleries. A list of institutions he established in Great Britain and Ireland is present as well. Published in the Americana.
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London: Edward Stanford, 1866. Case map in 12 sections. Engraving with hand coloring pasted on linen. Image measures 58.5" x 63". Stunning wall map of Europe from the Atlantic to the Caspian Sea with rare geological manuscript additions. Shows in great detail towns and cities, major routes, railroads, waterways and topographical features. Published as an educational tool for libraries and other institutions. Coloring according to geological outcrops (denoting various ages: Jurassic, Triassic, Tertiary etc.) was added later. This map is.....
New York: Pierpont Morgan Library, 1993. Many illustrations in color and black and white. 310 pages, 4to, gilt stamped black cloth (text on spine a little worn), green cloth slipcase with pictorial label (slipcase worn at corner but it did a good job of protecting the book itself.) New York: Pierpont Morgan Library, (1993). A near fine copy in a good slipcase.
Zwolle: Waanders Uitgevers, 1994. A Hundred Highlights from the Koninklijke Bibliotheek. Translated into English by Lysbeth Croiset Van Uchelen- Brouwer. Profusely illus. in full-color. 223pp. Folio, cloth, d.w. Zwolle: Waanders Uitgevers, (1994). First Edition. A fine copy. Bilingual edition Dutch-English.