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Auction 91, Lot 477

"Chicago Mapmakers: Essays on the Rise of the City's Map Trade",

Subject: Cartographic Reference

Period: 1984 (published)

Publication: Chicago Historical Society


7.8 x 10.5 inches
19.8 x 26.7 cm
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Seven essays trace the development of the map trade in Chicago through the careers of Rufus Blanchard, George F. Cram, Alfred T. Andreas, and the firm of Rand, McNally & Co. Collectively, they span the entire 19th century. Edited by Michael P. Conzen for the Chicago Map Society, Hard bound in buckram, 76 pages, with Mylar dj. As new condition.


Condition: A+

Estimate: $40 - $50

Sold for: $85

Closed on 6/14/2000