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Electric Street Weather Map, Atlantic City, NJ (NJ Department of Agriculture), 1917

3D map (peg model) of the Coyote Hills oil field, California. (1910)

Image from page 15 of “American Fixture Company: Catalog 4” (1920)

Map of saloons, lower Druid Hill Avenue District, made by the Colored Law and Order League, Baltimore, Md” (1908)

Image from page 126 of “Light and lighting” (1908)

“Meats” from page 89 of “The everyday cook and recipe book.” 1891

Comparative map: Africa vs US, China, India, Europe. (1915)

Temperance Education Map of the United States. (1898)

Map of Collect Pond, Giving the Present Site of The Tombs, as Drawn by John Canter, The Counterfeiter. (1874)

Portion of Map Showing Estimated Time Saving by Rapid Transit Lines as Compared with Present System used: the average subway-elevated speed, 16 m.p.h., the average surface car speed, 8 m.p.h., and the average pedestrian speed, 3 m.p.h. A differential of three minutes was allowed for walking up and down the stairsat subway-elevated stations. (1908)

Image from page 248 of “Light and lighting” (1908)

Image from page 248 of “Light and lighting” (1908)

Image from page 57 of “Bay County past and present” (1918)

Junk found while searching for stuff for the 3rd edition of Making Maps: A Visual Guide to Map Design for GIS. Out late Spring 2016.

Hazel Lee annotates the map of Russia. From “Advanced Geography.“ (1899)

Hole cut in the map. From “Advanced Geography.“ (1899)

Type borders: Torn, curled, damaged paper effect fonts. (1897)

Map: Township 40, Hamilton County, NY (1900)

“With monstrous head and sickening cry and ears like errant wings.” Image from page 49 of The Year’s at the Spring; An Anthology of Recent Poetry (1920)

Map: Races of Man (1848)

Map: Calves Slaughtered Under Federal Inspection 1920-21.

Map: Bee Colonies on Farms. (1920)

Map: Watermelons Grown. (1919)

Image from page 503 of “Transactions of the American Climatological and Clinical Association.” (1914)

Image from page 473 of “Illinois as it is” (1857)

Image from page 4 of “The Germania and Agricola of Tacitus” (1850)

German propaganda poster, 1920.

Variation of Road Widths and Sections to Suit Traffic: The above road sections show the variation in the width of roads proposed to be permitted under a Town Planning scheme of Great Yarmouth in England. (1917)

Sunlight Curves in Streets. (1917)

Junk found while searching for stuff for the 3rd edition of Making Maps: A Visual Guide to Map Design for GIS. Out late Spring 2016.

New York City: Map of New Track Capacity. (1914)

Image from page 983 of “A system of instruction in X-ray methods and medical uses of light, hot-air, vibration and high-frequency currents.” (1902)

Map: Saloons in San Francisco. (1901)

Map: Saloons of Buffalo, 1901

Map of Saloons: New York, Jewish Quarter, 1894

Image from page 427 of “Journal of electricity” (1917)

Sprayed apples, Image from page 584 of “Annual report, New York State Museum” (1902)

Fire tests on building columns. (1917)

Map: US Cantaloupe Shipments, 1914.

Typography specimen: Social Dang Germans (1897)

Typography specimen: House Dogs (1897)

Image from page 176 of “The Maule seed book for 1922” (1922)

Map: Kafir Acreage in Kansas, 1912.

Junk found while searching for stuff for the 3rd edition of Making Maps: A Visual Guide to Map Design for GIS. Out late Spring 2016.

Image from page 86 of “Scenes from every land, second series. (1909)

Map of Malarial Mosquito breeding areas, Carbondale, Illinois (1918)

Image from page 93 of “Elizabeth City State Teachers College Catalog” (1909)

Map: To show distribution of 17 scaled Kraits — Ventrals 194-237, subcaudals 43-52 (From records of 19 specimens in my note books). Implies uncertain limits. (1913)

Map: Port Natal, Harbor (1911)

Full map download PNG. Source: Natal Province: Descriptive Guide and Official Hand-book by A.H. Tallow (1911)

Image from page 351 of “Natal province : descriptive guide and official hand-book” (1911)

Egg shapes, 1920

Sketch Map of Elizabethan London (1908)

Poisons for little children (1916)

Image from page 63 of “Physical culture” (1899)

Electrical conduit standards charts. (1914)

X-ray handshake map. (1917)

Junk found while searching for stuff for the 3rd edition of Making Maps: A Visual Guide to Map Design for GIS. Out late Spring 2016.

Simple suggestions for ring laying. (1913)

Simple Suggestions for Block Laying. (1913)

Map of United States Showing Relation of Depth of Pipes to Temperature. (1909)

Organized desk (1918)

Map: Land tenure, peasants, Shirokij Log, Russia (1913)

Map: Land tenure, peasants, Novoselok, Northern Russia (1913).

“Bird children, the little playmates of the flower children” (1912)

Map: United States – Airways, 1921.

Image from page 50 of “The street railway review” (1891)

Image from page 262 of “Local and regional anesthesia (1920)

Map showing operation of Map and Tack system for planning and routing salesman (1921)

Image from page 30 of “Osteopathic first aids to the sick: written for the sick people” (1906)

Junk found while searching for stuff for the 3rd edition of Making Maps: A Visual Guide to Map Design for GIS. Out late Spring 2016.

Child Street Arrests, New York, 1915.

Map: Line of Deposition. (1904)

Aniline Black. (1874)

Map: Goiter Distribution, Washington. (1917)

The Melting Points of Fire Brick. (1912)

Image from page 1026 of “Essai philosophique concernant l’entendement humain : ou l’on montre quelle est l’extendue de nos connaissances certaines, & &c la maniere dont nous y parvenons” (1723)

Map: Annual lumber consumption for the manufacture of boxes, crates, fruit and vegetable packages. (1921)

Goethe, Zur Farbenlehre. (1810)

World Map, Population, 1917.

Colors: Table of Greens and Russets (1871)

Image from page 102 of “Three essays : On picturesque beauty; On picturesque travel; and On sketching landscape : with a poem, on landscape painting. (1825)

Seismographic record of the 1906 earthquake at the Chabot Observatory, Oakland California (1906)

Ontario Sessional Papers, No.31-35. (1907)

Image from page 16 of “Transactions of the American Ceramic Society.” (1907)

Junk found while searching for stuff for the 3rd edition of Making Maps: A Visual Guide to Map Design for GIS. Out late Spring 2016.

Map: Illinois Praries, Woods, Swamps and Bluffs (1857)

Image from page 412 of “Traité théorique et pratique de l’impression des tissus” (1846)

Chromatic Pin Map (1915)

Image from page 424 of “Traité théorique et pratique de l’impression des tissus” (1846)

Seaweed (1846)

Seaweed (1846)

Image from page 359 of “A pronouncing gazetteer and geographical dictionary of the Philippine Islands, United States of America with maps, charts and illustrations” (1902)

Image from page 60 of “A new elucidation of colours, original, prismatic, and material : showing their concordance in three primitives, yellow, red, and blue, and the means of producing, measuring, and mixing them” (1809)

Map: Glaciers, Ymesfield, Norway. (1853)

Image from page 43 of “Water & sewage works” (1913)

Image from page 24 of “Open air crusaders; a story of the Elizabeth McCormick open air school, together with a general account of open air school workin Chicago and a chapter on school ventilation” (1911)

The Economic Value of the Starling (1921).

Noses. (1890)

Simultaneous contrast. (1895)

Color: Harmonious arrangement of twenty five of the most useful pigments. (1871)

“The above cut represents Abe Lazy, the old original tramp, the man who served for half a century as a terror to women and children and a living demonstration that the world owes every man a living. He is dead now, died in the insane asylum at Harrisburg a short time ago, not that he was insane, but because no one wanted to care for him anymore.” Snyder County Annals (1895)

Junk found while searching for stuff for the 3rd edition of Making Maps: A Visual Guide to Map Design for GIS. Out late Spring 2016.

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