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    Robert E. Lee. Maps of the Harbor of St Louis (2). Related to improvements in St. Louis harbor, a project that was overseen by a youthful Robert E. Lee in 1837 and 1838. The larger map (42.5" x 16.25") is an engraved folding map of the "Harbor of St. Louis, Mississippi River. Oct. 1837", surveyed by Lee, and drawn by Montgomery C. Meigs. Accompanying it is a smaller map (16.25" x 9") titled, "Sketch of the Des Moines Rapids, Reduced from Captn Lee's Map of 1837."

    Condition: Usual folds with some minor creasing, light toning and soiling. Map of the harbor has two small separations at folds, else very fine.

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    March, 2018
    17th Saturday
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