Center for Jewish History
The collection consists of printed and hand-drawn maps of countries, regions, cities and towns around the world. The maps are grouped into two series, General and Holocaust. Both series are arranged alphabetically by geographical place name. The General series includes: political maps; topographic maps; city and street maps; maps showing Jewish populations of various countries. The collection focuses on Europe and Israel. Included are maps of Austria, Germany, England, Israel, Lithuania, Palestine, Poland, Russia. The Holocaust series includes: maps and plans of concentration camps, extermination centers; maps of ghettos; maps of deportation routes from various countries to concentration camp points; maps showing centers of resistance and underground activity; maps of Europe showing locations of concentration camps; maps of POW camps in Germany. Countries include Austria, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Germany, Russia and Soviet Union. The greatest number of maps relate to Poland
Oregon State Archives
Series illustrates the Northwest Region and is used by the Wildlife Biologist for reference
Connecticut Historical Society
Amateur drawings of several eastern states of the United States, of Palestine, South America and Africa, showing county boundaries, rivers and major towns
State Library of Victoria
Four charts: the Victoria River, 1839; Port Adelaide and Holdfast Bay, 1841; the Southern part of the Gulf of Carpentaria. 1841; and Bass Strait, 1843
National Library Board, Singapore
Includes transit maps, street maps and tourist maps of Singapore
Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library
Article about geologic maps of Indiana, history of panoramic maps, "Upsy-Downsy Map" depicts one man's unique view of Indiana, list of lithographs of towns and cities in the U.S. and Canada, list of selected maps and territories, George F. Cram Company, John Jackson is a cartographer for the Indiana Department of Highways, Indianapolis resident Edward Jones discovers a 300-year-old map commissioned by King Louis XIV of France, Sanborn Fire Insurance maps help to document the history of cities
Connecticut Historical Society
Lot divisions in Andover, Conn., 1720,1730, 1740 and 1750
State Library of Victoria
Maps from various sources related to the Victorian Exploring Expedition
Kentucky State Archives Guide Project
These early manuscript maps of Bowling Green, Kentucky and Warren County, Kentucky include one of Bowling Green (1807) and copies of early plans of the city
Alabama Department of Archives and History
This series consists predominantly of correspondence but there are also reports, publications, and financial records. The bulk of the series concerns personnel issues and reference requests. There is some documentation of WPA staff members and their projects. The records also contain information regarding the division's involvement with patriotic organizations such as the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Colonial Dames. The division's efforts to have records preserved on microfilm or have photostat reproductions made is documented in these records. Also included is information on the Society of American Archivists' meeting in Montgomery in 1940