Osher Map Library Sheet Map Collection

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Cram's Panoramic Work Map of the World.
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Dimensions: 93 x 128 cm
LC Call Number: G3200 1950.C7
OCLC: 967634076
Accession Number: OML-1950-237
Donation Date: May 25th, 2022
Cram's Panoramic Work Map of the World.

A plan of the compact part of the town of Exeter, at the head of the southerly branch of the Piscataqua River by P. Merrill, 1802.
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Dimensions: 38 x 34 cm
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LC Call Number: G3744.E89 1802 M4
OCLC: 1337491813
Accession Number: OML-1802-21
A plan of the compact part of the town of Exeter, at the head of the southerly branch of the Piscataqua River by P. Merrill, 1802.

Map of the City of New York
Date/Date Range Produced: 1930
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Dimensions: 51 x 53.5 cm
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OCLC: 1337610683
Accession Number: OML-1930-260
Map of the City of New York

Historical map of the old Northwest Territory
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Date/Date Range Produced: 1937
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Dimensions: 56 x 42 cm, on sheet 58 x 44 cm, folded to 22 x 10 cm
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LC Call Number: G4071.S1 1937 R4
Accession Number: OML-1937-193
Historical map of the old Northwest Territory

Trade and the Empire: graphically represented by 56 coloured maps and diagrams
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Date/Date Range Produced: 1903
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Dimensions: 69 x 97 cm on sheet 73 x 101 cm folded to 19 x 26 cm
Historical Context: The British Empire was the largest empire, its influence and power stretched globally. It lasted for more than 300 years. The Philip map indicated the imperial power Britain still maintained at the time.
LC Call Number: G5741.S6 1903 P4
OCLC: 1378796535
Accession Number: OML-1903-142
Trade and the Empire: graphically represented by 56 coloured maps and diagrams

Festival of Life
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Date/Date Range Produced: 1968
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Dimensions: 28 cm x 22 cm
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Historical Context: Counter-culture packet published by the Youth International Party or Yippies during a time of turmoil in the country especially regarding the Vietnam War. The festival was to coincide with the 1968 Democratic Convention in Chicago which devolved into violent clashes with the Chicago Police Department resulting in many injuries and arrests. An introductory text was supposedly penned by Jerry Rubin, one of the founding members of the Yippies.
LC Call Number: DS557 1968.Y6
OCLC: 1325593832
Accession Number: OML-1968-232
Festival of Life

Map of New England
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Date/Date Range Produced: 1848
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Dimensions: 63 x 49 cm on sheet 78 x 68 cm with border 70 x 59 cm
LC Call Number: G3720 1848.E5
OCLC: 1393186221
Accession Number: OML-1848-49
Map of New England

Eating 'round the map
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Dimensions: 21 x 31 cm on sheet 26 x 35 cm + magazine article
LC Call Number: G3701.A5 1940 C3
OCLC: 1379855394
Accession Number: OML-1940-249
Eating 'round the map

The House Beautiful map of old Massachusetts houses by Raymond Lufkin
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Dimensions: H 29 x W 45 cm, on sheet H 31 x W 47 cm
LC Call Number: G3761.E644 1930 L8
OCLC: 223264120
Accession Number: OML-1930-268
The House Beautiful map of old Massachusetts houses by Raymond Lufkin