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Detailed building level map showing the block with the Library of Congress. Buildings colored according to building material.

Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps – An Orientation and New GIS Tools

Posted by: Julie Stoner

Mapping the Gangs of Chicago

Posted by: Meagan Snow

Detail of a map of New York City that shows the subway lines in different colors.

What Goes Up Must Come Down: A brief history of New York City’s elevated rail and subway lines

Posted by: Sonia Kahn

Brown, red, and yellow tinted map illustration of the continents of Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia, with a circular frame around them

Maps of the Good Roads Movement

Posted by: Meagan Snow

Detail of map of Rome showing Mussolini's obelisk

Out and About in a Provincial Empire of Fascism

Posted by: Mike Klein

Map of the world in four parts with the first part of the Lord's Prayer written in numerous languages on the map where those languages are spoken

Words on a Map: The Cartography of Language

Posted by: Amelia Raines

Map of the United States with illustrations all over it showing different groups of people.

Louise E. Jefferson – A Hidden African American Cartographer

Posted by: Julie Stoner

Visualizing Injustice: Early NAACP Cartographers and Racial Inequality in America

Posted by: John Hessler

View of First Avenue. Power lines hang across the road, where a street car is driving down the road. Pedestrians fill the sidewalk.

Walking Seattle’s Streets A Hundred Years Ago

Posted by: Meagan Snow