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)
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).
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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