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W. M. Eddy, County Surveyor / Lith. by Alex. Zakreski & Co., A TOPOGRAPHICAL & complete Map of SAN FRANCISCO. 1852.

An essential early Map of San Francisco, printed on linen

One of the most important of the great early maps of San Francisco, and one of the first maps of the city published locally. Very rare, and this example unusual for being printed on linen. Unlike some other important early maps of San Francisco, this map was wholly a product of the city itself. The map was […]

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[ John Alexander Dowie ] Rev. Jno. Alex. Dowie Founder / Burton J. Ashley Chief Engineer & Landscape Architect, Plat of One of the of Zion City Subdivisions BEING A PART OF SECTIONS 21, 22, 27, and 28, IN ZION CITY…TOWN OF BENTON…LAKE COUNTY…ILLINOIS. [Chicago: Zion Land and Investment Association, ca. April 15, 1902].

John Alexander Dowie plans a utopian venture at Zion City, Illinois

Large, detailed and unrecorded promotional map of Zion City, issued in the Spring of 1902 as John Alexander Dowie sought to re-establish his Chicago-based Christian Catholic Church as a utopian community in northern Illinois. John Alexander Dowie Dowie (1847-1907) was a faith healer, founder and leader of the Christian Catholic Church and the utopian community […]

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1848 map of Charlestown Massachusetts by Felton & Parker and Barker

Felton & Parker map of Charlestown Massachusetts in 1848

A rare, interesting and accomplished map of Charlestown Massachusetts in 1848, produced by two men who were to become major figures in the American railroad sector. The map depicts Charlestown in its entirety, as well as parts of nearby Boston, Cambridge, Somerville, Malden, Chelsea and East Boston. It shows of course the street layout and […]

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