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A single-instance (one of a kind) artist's book in "magic wallet" structure. Two-paper covered boards are joined using folded strips of paper so that they may be opened in either of two ways, each of which reveals an…

Tanner - 1841 - A new map of Tennessee  with its roads and distan.jpg
Published in A New Universal Atlas Containing Maps of the various Empires, Kingdoms, States and Republics Of The World. With a special map of each of the United States, Plans of Cities &c. Comprehended in seventy sheets and forming a series of One…


Mitchell et al. - 1846 - A new map of Tennessee with its roads and distance.jpg
Map showing canals, roads, railroads, and rivers. Also table of distances and Insets of Nashville and Knoxville.

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An artist's book in two parts. One part comprises seven loose 18 x 13 cm. sheets with rounded corners, orange on recto and white on verso, plus an eighth sheet of darker orange for colophon. All sheets but the colophon…

An artist's book with no text except the colophon. Consists of seven unbound leaves of two different types of paper with abstract patterns and images, laid loose in a brown cloth-covered clamshell box (24 cm.).…
Poems on a theme of dinosaurs, with line drawings resembling abstracted dinosaur forms. The book consists of three trifold sheets, bound into the wrapper at the top of the leftmost third only, to allow unfolding to the right. Poems appear on the…

Gray and O.W. Gray & Son - 1876 - Gray's new map of Kentucky and Tennessee.jpg
Atlas Of The United States, With General Maps Of The World. Accompanied By Descriptions Geographical, Historical, Scientific and Statistical.


Vance et al. - 1826 - Map of Kentucky and Tennessee compiled from the l.jpg
Statistical table by state and status (white, free black, slave) in 1790, 1800, 1810, and 1820 given. Occupational status shown for 1820.


Rhea, Matthew and Coyle, Randolph - 1834 - Map of the Cumberland River from the Falls to Nash.jpg
Made to accompany a Report on the Improvement of that Stream for the navigation of it by Steam Boats; in obedience to a Resolution of Congress dated April 26, 1834 by Howard Stansbury, U.S. Assist. Civ Eng.; Taken from Matthew Rhea Map of Tennessee…
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