OML’s first founding collection, the Smith Collection features a broad and rich collection of maps, globes, and atlases from the early sixteenth century to the twentieth century.
OML’s second founding collection comprises a broad and rich collection of maps, navigational charts, globes, atlases starting in the fifteenth century. Included is a collection of late 19th to early 20th century transportation and geographical board games.
A varied collection of miscellaneous materials formed since 1994 either from small gifts or by direct acquisition by OML.
A small collection of early maps of the state of Maine.
About 150 maps, almost all of early modern and modern Spain and Spanish territories.
Annual reports of the U.S. Coast [and Geodetic] Survey, 1844-1919.
An extensive collection of twentieth-century U.S. road maps and books, emphasizing the genre’s cover art.
A varied assembly of modern maps and facsimiles collected as examples for the teaching of cartography and the history of cartography.
A substantial collection of twentieth-century U.S. road maps and books.
A comprehensive collection of ocean-liner memorabilia, mostly transatlantic, from the 1870s to the 1970s.
A wide-ranging collection of U.S. land-ownership maps, atlases, and gazetteers from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
A collection of Portland, Maine, related items.
A comprehensive collection of nineteenth- and twentieth-century guidebooks (esp. Baedeker), maps, and other works related to travel and tourism.
A selection of modern topographical maps and charts.
A collection of over forty color lithograph posters advertising war bonds from the First World War.
To browse the collection, all of which has been imaged, use Osgood.