2.CLARK, Richard.Map of the Town of Watertown, Litchfield County, Conn [Connecticut].Philadelphia: Richard Clark, 1853.
From Actual Surveys by E.M. Woodford. 46 by 38 inches. Very Good. Some minor loss to top six inches; closed three inch tear top center, dges lightly frayed, lacking bottom roller. Insets of 23 drawings of churches, homes, and other noteworthy buildings.Item #32429
6.HATHEWAY, B. [Benjamin] F. (Surveyor).Official Map of the Incorporated Village of Granville, Washington Co. New York. Stamford, Connecticut.New York: B. F. Hatheway, Surveyor, 1894.
41.5 by 36.75 inches. Drawn, Lithographed and mounted at Bridgman’s Map Establishment. Very Good. Four inch closed tear upper left corner; top roller detached but present; bottom roller 1/3 detached but present. Very small hole upper left corner. Lightly frayed on edges, not affecting the image. Shows two rivers; borders the state of Vermont.Item #32446
7.KAYLER, R. S.Railroad Map of Ohio.Columbus, Ohio: Published by the State, 1898.
32 by 28.5 inches. With an inset of the Ohio Railroad showing a picture of an engine. Very Good, minor stains, two closed tears at bottom, one of five inches, one of two inches. Lacking lower roller.Item #32457
8.MCCARTHY, D.Map of the Boroughs of Danbury and Bethell [Bethel] Fairfield County Conn.Philadelphia: D. Mc. Carthy D. E., 1854.
Consists of three maps on one sheet: Danbury Village; Bethel; Mill Plain. Also 15 inset views of buildings. Published in circa 1854. 45.3 inches wide by 35.8 inches long (115.1 x 91.0 cm). Wall map in very good condition and very recently backed on new linen with rods by Green Dragon Bindery. Very scarce wall map.Item #27501
9.MCNARY, Julia, Red Hook Academy.[Map of] Europe.[Redhook, New York]: No Publisher, 1850.
14.5 by 19 inches. Manuscript map hand-colored on canvas with square rollers. Believed to refer to the Red Hook Academy located at Redhook, Dutchess County, New York, incorporated by state legislature April 23, 1823. Circa 1850's. Near Fine condition. One small half-inch closed tear on the left hand margin.Item #32447
13.PARSONS, William Barclay, Chief Engineer.Boston, Cape Cod, and New York Canal.New York: Cape Cod Construction Company, .
22.5 by 34.75 inches. Good. Six-inch closed tear upper left corner, affecting map description but not map image; description still readable. Four-inch closed tear upper right-hand corner. Darkening at bottom three inches. Inset map showing from Boston to the Cape and islands, 12.5 by 12 inches. No printed date but circa 1909. Lacking top roller.Item #32433
14.REA AND OTLEY SURVEYORS.Map of Livingston County, New York From Actual Surveys.Philadelphia: Smith & Gillet, 1852.
38 by 52 inches. Very Good. Some loss top center; very small loss bottom right corner. Age toned to medium-dark, wrinkles from varnish, edges frayed. Includes seven small inset maps of parts of the county.Item #32430
15.SANFORD AND EVERTS.Map of the Village of Keene, New Hampshire.Philadelphia: Sanford & Everts, 1873.
54 by 42 inches. Fair. Numerous wrinkles of the varnish and several closed tears up to five inches in length throughout the map, mostly concentrated at the top and bottom. Substantial damage to the upper left corner, staining and some loss to upper right corner. Image of the village itself in reasonably good condition.Item #32439
16.SHEDD, Herbert.Plan of Chestnut Hill in Brookline and Newton [WALL MAP].[Boston]: Herbert Shedd, 1856.
Original wall map, 28 by 30 1/2 inches. Very scarce black and white wall map of Chestnut Hill, no references found. Unlike most Massachusetts villages, Chestnut Hill encompasses parts of three separate municipalities, each located in a different county: the town of Brookline in Norfolk County; the city of Boston in Suffolk County (parts of its neighborhoods of Brighton and West Roxbury), and the city of Newton in Middlesex County. Professionally restored. Very Good.Item #34839
19.WALKER LITHOGRAPH CO.Map of the Town of Winchendon, Mass [Massachusetts].Boston: Walker Lithograph & Publishing Co, .
30.5 by 27 inches. Very Good. Small half-inch squared piece missing, lower center. Edges frayed. Lacking top roller. Attractively age toned. We find no reference to this map, but circa 1890's.Item #32440
20.WALKER, Amasa, Secretary of the Commonwealth (Massachusetts).A Map of Massachusetts Showing the Congressional Districts as Proposed by the Senate of 1852. With an inset map of Plan of the Principle Triangles in the Trigonometrical Survey of Massachusetts.Boston: [Secretary of the Commonwealth], .
22.5 by 37.5 inches. Good. Many splits to top four inches with some minor loss; three by two inches of loss in upper right-hand corner not affecting the map image. Fraying to edges and few stains to upper third most significantly to upper left corner. Top four inches of verso repaired with black electrical tape.Item #32444
22.WALLING, Henry Francis.Map of Middlesex County, Massachusetts.Boston: Smith and Bumstead, 1856.
By Henry Francis Walling. Lithographed wall map with rollers, in full vibrant colors. Map of Middlesex County with 69 inset town plans showing streets and even individual dwelling places. 58.3 inches wide by 60.3 inches long (plus margins) (148.1 x 153.2 cm). Wall map in excellent condition and very recently backed on new linen by Green Dragon Bindery. References include Phillips, A List of Maps of America, p. 429, and Ristow, American Maps and Mapmakers, chapter 20, Henry Francis Walling. Scarce wall map.Item #27502
23.WALLING, Henry Francis.Map of the Towns of Gloucester and Rockport Essex Co. Massachusetts.Boston: John Hanson, 1851.
By Henry Francis Walling. Very good wall map with rollers published by Hanson in 1851. 36 inches wide by 46 inches long (92.0 x 117.0 cm). Very scarce wall map professionally conserved by Green Dragon Bindery, including cleaning and backing on new linen. Very attractive.Item #27503
25.WILSON, John.Map of South Carolina, Constructed and Drawn from the District Surveys, ordered by the Legislature: by John Wilson, late Civil and Military Engineer of So. Cara. The Astronomical Observations.Philadelphia: Professor Geo. Blackburn and I. M. Elford, 1822.
Engraved by H. S. Tanner. Entered according to Act of Congress, the 10th day of April 1822, by John Wilson, Agent of the Board of Public Works of the State of South Carolina. Excellent large wall map that was the first large scale map of South Carolina made after independence. Includes an inset map of Charleston Harbor. John Wilson was charged with the task of creating an accurate state map that would show all of the new internal improvements to the State. Tanner referred to the map as "one of our best and most scientific maps." Based on the district surveys commissioned by the State, the map later became the source of the district maps in Mills' Atlas of South Carolina of 1825. The wall map is a composite map of 4 separate sections very recently mounted on new linen by Green Dragon Bindery. It is 45.7 inches wide by 59.8 inches long (116.1 x 151.9 cm) with original outline and wash color, and is in wonderful condition for its age and size. As often occurs with maps issued in sections, the top 2 sections are very slightly wider than the bottom two sections, so when the sections are joined, the border edges do not align perfectly. The map includes a presentation on the original linen as follows: "Presented by John Hazlett, Esq. of Charleston, S.C. March 24, 1823. This very scarce map is infrequently offered.Item #27500