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Washington The City that no Patriotic American can visit without a Better Realization of the Value of His Citizenship (Map title: Washington The Beautiful Capital of the Nation. Baltimore and Ohio. America's First Railroad. Washington's First Railroad.)

WASHINGTON D.C.)

Editorial: Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. 1923., 1923
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Booklet, large folding map at rear, illustrated throughout in black and white and with a black and white centrefold map, 48pp, 9 x 6 inches, decorative stiff card wrappers. Bird's eye view, uncolored, image and text approximately 20 1/2 x 29 inches, folded as issued. Spectacular bird's eye view of Washington D.C. At lower right is the caption: "WASHINGTON. THE HEART OF THE NATION. This Aero View of Washington is the most remarkable map picture that has ever been made. Remarkable for its great range of vision and the stupendous task in making such a drawing and the extreme accuracy in the architectural "lay-out." It shows the city in perspective from a point of vantage east of the Congressional Library looking northwest, thus including the most attractive suburbs with the Capitol in the foreground. This work occupied two years of continuous time of the greatest Bird's-Eye View artist in the country. No map view of this vast and comprehensive nature has ever been made of any City and it is especially a great accomplishment when it is considered that Washington's immense area of public buildings, parks and suburbs is here shown in a picture from which anyone may become familiar with locations of the streets, business blocks and public buildings. Even though it has a "Bird's-Eye View" effect, it has all been sketched from the ground and every block and building is in proper survey." The legend beneath the image identifies "Location of all the Public Buildings and Places of Interest." This map is featured in the Library of Congress' online exhibition of Panoramic Maps. N° de ref. de la librería

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Título: Washington The City that no Patriotic ...
Editorial: Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. 1923.
Año de publicación: 1923

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WASHINGTON D.C.)
Editorial: Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. 1923. (1923)
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Descripción Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. 1923., 1923. Booklet, large folding map at rear, illustrated throughout in black and white and with a black and white centrefold map, 48pp, 9 x 6 inches, decorative stiff card wrappers. Bird's eye view, uncolored, image and text approximately 20 1/2 x 29 inches, folded as issued. Spectacular bird's eye view of Washington D.C. At lower right is the caption: "WASHINGTON. THE HEART OF THE NATION. This Aero View of Washington is the most remarkable map picture that has ever been made. Remarkable for its great range of vision and the stupendous task in making such a drawing and the extreme accuracy in the architectural "lay-out." It shows the city in perspective from a point of vantage east of the Congressional Library looking northwest, thus including the most attractive suburbs with the Capitol in the foreground. This work occupied two years of continuous time of the greatest Bird's-Eye View artist in the country. No map view of this vast and comprehensive nature has ever been made of any City and it is especially a great accomplishment when it is considered that Washington's immense area of public buildings, parks and suburbs is here shown in a picture from which anyone may become familiar with locations of the streets, business blocks and public buildings. Even though it has a "Bird's-Eye View" effect, it has all been sketched from the ground and every block and building is in proper survey." The legend beneath the image identifies "Location of all the Public Buildings and Places of Interest." This map is featured in the Library of Congress' online exhibition of Panoramic Maps. Nº de ref. de la librería 35587

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