"New Popular Family Atlas of the World",
Period: 1892 (published)
Color: Printed Color
12 x 13.8 inches
30.5 x 35.1 cm
This is an uncommon atlas published by the Mercantile Specialty House of Chicago with maps evidently supplied by Rand McNally. The volume is filled with information on history, finance, commerce, agriculture, mining, manufacturing, politics and education. It is illustrated by 135 charts and diagrams, plus 85 full or double page maps, 56 of which are U.S. states and city plans. Folio, 565 pages. Hardbound in original black buckram.
Covers moderately shelf worn, contents clean and binding tight.