“Plan shewing principle characters of work used in mapping.”
A map of nowhere showing everything.
Without and with color.
“Plan shewing proposed new street.”
Maps are propositions, right?
Trees and terrain.
George G. André
The Draughtsman’s Handbook of Plan and Map Drawing
Including Instructions for the Preparation of Engineering, Architectural, and Mechanical Drawings.
London, New York, E. & F. N. Spon, 1891
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