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A.M.S. (Series); 5207. First edition - AMS 1. Lambert conformal conic projection. "Prepared under the direction of the Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army, Washington, D.C. Compiled by the Army Map Service June 1943."

"Prepared under the direction of the Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army, Washington, D.C. Compiled by the Army Map Service, May 1943." Lambert conformal conic projection.

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"Prepared under the direction of the Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army, Washington, D.C. Compiled by the Army Map Service April 1943". Polyconic projection.

RC0141_S01_B01a_F02_P001a.tif.tiff
Series 1: Correspondence. -- 1916-1917. -- 5 cm of textual records. -- Title based on content of the series. Letters from England. All letters are handwritten and written to Trotter’s mother or father, “folks” or “people”, unless otherwise…

This 1842 map is a layout of 20 lots in the Corktown neighbourhood, at the base of the escarpment. Since Hamilton did not achieve official city status until 1846, the lots are shown as "town lots." Writing on the map is very faint but some details…

Printed map. "LONDON, Printed by J. Cary, No.181 Strand, July 12. 1813." Shows waterways and roads. Acquired as part of the Lord Cholmondely collection.

Sheet 2 of 2. "October 1921." Includes coloured legend and inset, continuation north.
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