Collection of Topographical Atlas Sheets Embracing Portions of California, Colorado, and New Mexico
[George Montague] Wheeler. U.S. Geographical Surveys
West of 100th Meridian. Topographical Atlas Sheets.
[Washington: Government Printing Office], 1877. Octavo. Complete.
Publisher's quarter-cloth over printed paper boards. Ex-library
copy with filing notations, bookplate and ink-stamp of Harvard
Geology Library. Extremities rubbed, bumped, toned and soiled.
Front board and backstrip detached, but present. Includes nine
folding atlas sheets, each measuring approximately 19 x 24 inches.
Loose in binding, as issued. Sheets are lightly toned and chipped,
with some seam separation and minor tearing. About very good.
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