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    • Map of Washington, (1881)

    • 1881
    • 1 map: col., 28 x 34 cm. One of the first successful American publishing companies to venture beyond the east coast, Rand McNally and Co. began in Chicago, 1856, under William H. Rand. Rand soon after employed printer Andrew McNally, and by 1868...
    • Map of Washington, (1882)

    • 1882
    • 1 map: col., 37 x 28 cm. One of the leading map publishing companies of the 20th century, Rand McNally and Co. began in Chicago, 1865. Under the partnership of William H. Rand and Andrew McNally (started in 1868), the company quickly grew from...
    • Washington. (1907)

    • 1907
    • 1 map: col., 48 x 65 cm. "Relative importance of places indicated by size." State capitals and county seats identified by symbols. "Rand, McNally, & Co.'s New Business Atlas Map of Washington". At top: "Issued by Bureau of Statistics and...
    • Oregon, (1884)

    • 1884
    • 1 map: col., 34 x 29 cm. "Population 174,768". "Area, square Miles 94,560". George F. Cram, a Union soldier who fought in Sherman's Army during the Civil War, returned home in 1867 to Evanston, Illinois to begin a map and atlas company with his...
    • Fruitful Washington, (1888)

    • 1888
    • 1 sheet ; 35 x 52 cm. Promotional broadside which includes: Rand, McNally & Co.'s business atlas map of Washington. Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington. Originally folded to 18 x 9 cm. View text and maps of Northern Pacific Railroad and...
    • Washington Territory, (1884)

    • 1844
    • 1 map : col., 34 x 29 cm. Population 75,116. Area, square Miles 66,880. George F. Cram, a Union soldier who fought in Sherman's Army during the Civil War, returned home in 1867 to Evanston, Illinois to begin a map and atlas company with his uncle,...
    • Fruitful Washington, (1888)

    • 1888
    • 1 sheet ; 35 x 52 cm. Promotional broadside which includes: Rand, McNally & Co.'s business atlas map of Washington. Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington. Originally folded to 18 x 9 cm. View map on front:...
    • Washington. [1894]

    • 1894
    • 1 map; col.; 56 x 74 cm. Scale: 1 inch = 16 miles. map taken from Rand, McNally & Co.'s Indexed Atlas of the World, pp. 454-455. Color coded by county. Reverse includes an index of Washington counties, creeks, Indian reservations, islands, lakes,...
    • Map of Washington and Oregon, (1886)

    • 1886
    • 1 map: col., 36 x 28. From "The People's Atlas." This map shows the defined borders of Oregon state and the Territory of Washington. Note the large county lines in the eastern half of both states. Note also that the boundary of the Washington...
    • Map of the State of Washington. (1901)

    • 1901
    • 1 map; col.; 54 x 68 cm. Scale: 1 inch = 16 miles. Original map by Rand, McNally & Co. (1895). Shading added by State Bureau of Statistics, Agriculture, and Immigration in 1901 to demarcate Olympia, Washington, Mt. Rainier, and Priest River Forest...
    • Road Map of Washington. (1912)

    • 1912
    • 1 map; col.; 53 x 71 cm. Scale: not listed; approximately 1 inch = 15 miles. map is a copy of Rand, McNally & Co.'s New Business Atlas map of Washington, copyrighted 1905; Highway Commissioner's Office traced roads in red over map. map shows roads...

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