Imago Mundi No. 28
By The Journal of the International Society for the History of Cartography, 1976
Imago Mundi No. 28 (Second Series, Volume 2)
- Author: The Journal of the International Society for the History of Cartography
- Publication place: Lympne Castle, Kent
- Publisher: Imago Mundi Ltd.
- Publication date: 1976.
- Physical description: Hardcover, bound in blue cloth, 149 pages.Articles include:‘Willem Janszoon Blaeu’s map of Europe (1606), a recent discovery in England’, Gunter Schilder; ‘A descriptive census of Willem Blaeu’s Sixty-Eight centimetre globes’, Tony Campbell; ‘Some notes on the organization of hydrographical services in Portugal before the beginning of the nineteenth century’, A. Teixeira da Mota; ‘Organization and evolution of the Dutch East India company’s hydrographic office in the seventeenth century’, Gunter Schilder; ‘A catalogue of maps and atlases of the Middle West printed before 1900’; ‘As to its position in respect to the heavens’, William Ravenhill; ”Grand Atlas d’allemagne’ edited by Johann Wilhelm Jaeger, Frankfurt am main, 1789’, Walter Satzinger; ‘Pioneer charting of the gulf stream: The contributions of Benjamin Franklin an dWilliam Gerard de Brahm’, Louis De Vorsey; ‘Thomas Pennant’s map of Scotland, 1777: A study in sources, and an introduction to George Paton’s role in the history of Scottish cartography’, Gwyn Walters; ‘Early thematic mapping: The work of Philippe Buache’, George Kish; ‘Nathaniel Blackmore’s plaine chart of Nova Scotia: Isobaths in the open sea?’, Arthur H. Robinson.
- Inventory reference: 2009