Now showing items 1-9 of 9
This Plan of the City of Baltimore: as enlarged & laid out by T.H. Poppleton under the direction of the Commissioners appointed by the General Assembly of Maryland in February 1818.
(Maryland General Assembly, 1852)
1 map on four sheets, each sheet 58 x 73 cm. Hand colored. Scale: 1:7,300. Includes list of public buildings and 35 vignettes of city monuments, churches, and public institutions.
New and Enlarged Map of Baltimore City: Including Waverly, Hampden, All the Parks, and a Miniature Map of the State
(Baltimore: John F. Weishampel, Jr., 1886)
1 color map; 63 x 75 cm. Scale: 1: 14,076 (1 inch = 1173 feet)
(Baltimore: A. Hoen & Co. Photo Lith., 1890)
1 map; 35 x 40 cm. Scale: ca. 1:22,000
(Charles Magnus & Co., 1858)
Charles Magnus & Co. Frankfort, St. NY. published views and prints of many eastern cities between 1850 and 1899. Although attributed to Magnus, our original may be a copy reprinted at a later date. This bird’s eye view ...
(New York: W. Williams, 1848)
1 col. Map; 18 x 20 cm.
Baltimore, the Liverpool of America
(A. Hoen & Co., 1872)
1 map: ill.; 60x54 cm.,on sheet 72x56 cm.
New and Enlarged Map of Baltimore City: Including Waverly, Hampden, All the Parks, and a Miniature Map of the State [Hand colored]
(Baltimore: John F. Weishampel, Jr., 1872)
1 color map; 62 x 74 cm. Scale: 1: 14,076 (1 inch = 1173 feet)
City of Baltimore Maryland
(New York: J.H. Colton & Co., 1857)
This map is Plate No. 25 from a J.H. Colton atlas that we believed was published in 1857. Copyright statement on map: "Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1855 by J. H. Colton & Co. in the Clerk's Office ...
Maryland, Baltimore Sheet
(Washington: U.S. Geological Survey, 1892)
Scale 1:62,500. Size of original printed map height 19.5 inches, width 15.5 inches.