Dublin


Dublin

Item Information

Title:
Dublin
Title in lower margin:
World (Europe) 1:1,000,000
Dublin, Ireland
Description:
Published by the U.S. Army Map Service, the map series of which this map of Ireland is a part, had its origins in an ambitious project called the International Map of the World. The idea, conceived by German geographer Albrecht Penck, was to create a series of 2,500 topographic map sheets that would cover the planet, all in the same scale of 1 centimeter equals 10 kilometers (or 1:1,000,000). In 1913, an international conference established standards and practices for the project, giving each participating country responsibility for creating its own maps. Although the project was eventually taken over by the United Nations, funding and international enthusiasm soon waned. After World War II, several countries (including the United States and the United Kingdom) published their own world map series at a scale of 1:1,000,000.
Creator:
Great Britain. Directorate of Military Survey.
Creator:
United States. Army Map Service.
Name on Item:
published by D. Survey, War Office and Air Ministry ; prepared under the direction of D. Survey (W O and A M) by Ordnance Survey in 1956 from second edition (1942).
Date:
1956
Format:
Maps/Atlases
Location:
Boston Public Library
Norman B. Leventhal Map Center
Collection (local):
Norman B. Leventhal Map Center Collection
Subjects:
Ireland--Maps, Topographic
Northern Ireland--Maps, Topographic
Places:
Ireland
United Kingdom
Publisher:
[Washington, D.C.] : Army Map Service
Edition:
Ed. 5-GSGS
Notes:
Relief shown by contours, altitude tints, and spot heights.
Heights are in meters.
"Refer to this map as: Sheet NN 29 & PTS N 30, M 29 & 30, series 1301."
Exhibited in “Faces and Places,” at the Boston Public Library, Boston, MA, October 2003 - September 2004. MB (BRL)
Extent:
1 map : col. ; 51 x 82 cm.
Scale:
Scale 1:1,000,000 ;
Language:
English
Identifier:
05_04_000158
Call #:
G5784.D8 1956 .G7
Barcode:
39999059008852
Terms of Use:
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