"The People's Unrivaled Family Atlas of the World [together with] Guyot's New Intermediate Geography", People's Publishing Co.
Period: 1885 (published)
Color: Printed Color
12 x 14 inches
30.5 x 35.6 cm
First is a nice 19th century atlas with maps by George F. Cram (with the decorative borders). Contents complete with individual maps for each state and territory, plus about 30 maps from the rest of the world. Maps printed back to back and double-page maps are folded and pasted to blackstrap. 200 pages. Second is the Kansas-Nebraska edition of Charles Scribner's Sons geography. Includes a nice printed color map of those two states and a few other maps of the major counties and regions of the world.
First - covers worn, binding sound, maps fine. Second - covers worn, binding sound, maps good.