Detail View: David Rumsey Historical Map Collection: Lloyd's Official Map Of The State Of Kentucky

Author: 
Lloyd, J.T.
Date: 
1863
Short Title: 
Lloyd's Official Map Of The State Of Kentucky
Publisher: 
J.T. Lloyd
Publisher Location: 
New York
Type: 
Pocket Map
Obj Height cm: 
78
Obj Width cm: 
109
Scale 1: 
506,880
Note: 
Highly detailed, large scale map of the state issued "with linen backs for Army Officers" (this copy without linen). At the eastern border with Tennessee is a printed note next to a railroad line: "Military Rail Road propos: by the President in his last message to connect Danville, Ky with Knoxville, Ten." This has the usual idiosyncratic Lloyd ads, testimonials from Military authorities, and disparagements of competitor H.H. Lloyd. Oddly, folded into stamped dark brown cloth Colton covers 16x10 saying "Map of Kentucky - G.W. & C.B. Colton" in gilt, apparently as issued. Second edition, first edition being 1862. Full color by county. Relief shown by hachures.
Reference: 
Stephenson 216.5; Modelski 225.
State/Province: 
Kentucky
Event: 
U.S. Civil War
Full Title: 
Lloyd's Official Map Of The State Of Kentucky Compiled from Actual Surveys and Official Documents, Showing Every Rail Road & Rail Road Station with the distances between each station ... 1863. New York J.T. Lloyd, Publisher, 164 Broadway. Price. 50 Cents each, colored in sheets. Entered ... 1862 by J.T. Lloyd ...
List No: 
4786.002
Series No: 
2
Publication Author: 
Lloyd, J.T.
Pub Date: 
1863
Pub Title: 
Lloyd's Official Map Of The State Of Kentucky Compiled from Actual Surveys and Official Documents, Showing Every Rail Road & Rail Road Station with the distances between each station ... 1863. New York J.T. Lloyd, Publisher, 164 Broadway. Price. 50 Cents each, colored in sheets. Entered ... 1862 by J.T. Lloyd ...
Pub Reference: 
Stephenson 216.5; Modelski 225.
Pub Note: 
Highly detailed, large scale map of the state issued "with linen backs for Army Officers" (this copy without linen). At the eastern border with Tennessee is a printed note next to a railroad line: "Military Rail Road propos: by the President in his last message to connect Danville, Ky with Knoxville, Ten." This has the usual idiosyncratic Lloyd ads, testimonials from Military authorities, and disparagements of competitor H.H. Lloyd. Oddly, folded into stamped dark brown cloth Colton covers 16x10 saying "Map of Kentucky - G.W. & C.B. Colton" in gilt, apparently as issued. Second edition, first edition being 1862. Full color by county.
Pub List No: 
4786.000
Pub Type: 
Pocket Map
Pub Height cm: 
78
Pub Width cm: 
109
Image No: 
4786002
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Authors: 
Lloyd, J.T.