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Text Page: Admiral Jackson Heads Spanish War Veterans
Imray, James
Text Page: Admiral Jack...
1933
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Imray, James
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(Text Page to) Admiral Jackson Heads Spanish War Veterans. (to accompany) An Outline Chart of the World Intended for the Purpose of Marking Off a Ship's Track. London: Published by Jas. Imray & Son, 1883 (additions to 1889).(on the lower margin) London, James Imray & Son 102 Minories, 1855. (in upper margin): Sheet 3.
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Large uncolored world map on Mercator's projection segmented and mounted on linen panels, folded to fit in a custom made box measuring 7 1/2 x 20 1/2. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Depth shown by bathymetric soundings. First published in 1883, with "additions to 1889." Good detail along coasts and in oceans and a good deal of Antarctica is delineated. This Hydrographic chart of the world showing ocean currents. Includes detail note on the navigation of North and South Pacific, and Note: "This chart is merely intend to mark off vessel's track, so that for general purpose of navigation reference should be made to the larger ocean charts ..." Navigation routes and voyages marked in color. Also package includes a news paper article by Marcy B. Darnall, titled " Admiral Jackson Heads Spanish War Veterans", and Richard Harrison Jackson's biographical sketch, published in Herald The Florence, Volume 49. Florence, Alabama, Friday, January 13, 1933.
An Outline Chart of the World
Imray, James
An Outline Chart of the...
1889
Case Map
 
Author
Imray, James
Full Title
An Outline Chart of the World Intended for the Purpose of Marking Off a Ship's Track. London: Published by Jas. Imray & Son, 1883 (additions to 1889).(on the lower margin) London, James Imray & Son 102 Minories, 1855. In upper margin: Sheet 3.
Note
Large uncolored world map on Mercator's projection segmented and mounted on linen panels, folded to fit in a custom made box measuring 7 1/2 x 20 1/2. First published in 1883, with "additions to 1889." Good detail along coasts and in oceans and a good deal of Antarctica is delineated. Hydrographic chart of the world showing ocean currents. Includes detail note on the navigation of North and South Pacific, and Note: "This chart is merely intend to mark off vessel's track, so that for general purpose of navigation reference should be made to the larger ocean charts ..." Relief shown by hachures. Depth shown by soundings. Navigation routes and voyages marked in color. Also package includes a news paper article by Marcy B. Darnall, titled " Admiral Jackson Heads Spanish War Veterans", and Richard Harrison Jackson's biographical sketch, published in Herald The Florence, Volume 49. Florence, Alabama, Friday, January 13, 1933.
Covers: An Outline Chart of the World
Imray, James
Covers: An Outline Char...
1889
Case Map
 
Author
Imray, James
Full Title
(Covers to) An Outline Chart of the World Intended for the Purpose of Marking Off a Ship's Track. London: Published by Jas. Imray & Son, 1883 (additions to 1889).(on the lower margin) London, James Imray & Son 102 Minories, 1855. In upper margin: Sheet 3.
Note
Large uncolored world map on Mercator's projection segmented and mounted on linen panels, folded to fit in a custom made box measuring 7 1/2 x 20 1/2. First published in 1883, with "additions to 1889." Good detail along coasts and in oceans and a good deal of Antarctica is delineated. Hydrographic chart of the world showing ocean currents. Includes detail note on the navigation of North and South Pacific, and Note: "This chart is merely intend to mark off vessel's track, so that for general purpose of navigation reference should be made to the larger ocean charts ..." Relief shown by hachures. Depth shown by soundings. Navigation routes and voyages marked in color. Also package includes a news paper article by Marcy B. Darnall, titled " Admiral Jackson Heads Spanish War Veterans", and Richard Harrison Jackson's biographical sketch, published in Herald The Florence, Volume 49. Florence, Alabama, Friday, January 13, 1933.
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