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British Library digitised image from page 218 of "Map Modeling in Geography, including the use of sand, clay, putty, paper pulp, plaster of Paris ... Also Chalk Modeling in its adaptation to purposes of illustration. Fully illustrated"

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Title: "Map Modeling in Geography, including the use of sand, clay, putty, paper pulp, plaster of Paris ... Also Chalk Modeling in its adaptation to purposes of illustration. Fully illustrated"

Author(s): Maltby, Albert Elias [person]

British Library shelfmark: "Digital Store 10004.d.28"

Page: 218 (scanned page number - not necessarily the actual page number in the publication)

Place of publication: New York (United States of America)

Date of publication: 1895

Publisher: E. L. Kellogg

Type of resource: Monograph

Language(s): English

Physical description: 223 pages (8°)

 

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002358484 (physical copy) and 014818279 (digitised copy)

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