C1950’S TOPOGRAPHICAL RELIEF MAP OF GETTYSBURG

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This is a circa 1950s relief map of Gettysburg produced from a copy of General G.K. Warren's map from the Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies 1861-1865.  This is a very interesting map of the Gettysburg area made of plastic and moulded in relief to show the terrain. Union and Confederate positions are shown in blue and red. All features illustrated including homes, wooded areas, hills, mountains, and roads.

It was republished in 3-dimensional form by Aero Service Corporation, Philadelphia 20, Pennsylvania and sold by the Haverford Map Company. It is a second edition map; it measures 13 ½  x 20 ½”.  Overall excellent edition in original mailing box postmarked March 4, 1960; it was purchased from Encyclopedia Britannica Home Library Service. [dm/ld][ph:L]

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