Current Gallery: topos (13 pieces)
Historical U. S. Geological Survey 15-minute topographic maps that have been draped over the current terrain to add a hint of shaded relief. No collar information is included, just the image; but the effect adds a three-dimensional look to these classic maps of a time where mapping was an art of manual skill and craftmanship, not some push-button technology. It was a time of "engravings", "copper plates", "lithography" and some real death-defying field surveying techniques.
"Mount Katahdin, Maine (1930)"  by davecatts
  • Mount Katahdin, Maine (1930) Mount Katahdin, Maine (1930)
from $ 13
  • Moosehead Lake, Maine (1922) Moosehead Lake, Maine (1922)
from $ 11
  • Boothbay, Maine (1893) Boothbay, Maine (1893)
from $ 11
  • Mount Desert, Maine (1904) Mount Desert, Maine (1904)
from $ 11
  • Bar Harbor, Maine (1904) Bar Harbor, Maine (1904)
from $ 11
  • Mount Washington, New Hampshire (1896) Mount Washington, New Hampshire (1896)
from $ 11
  • Stratton, Maine (1932) Stratton, Maine (1932)
from $ 11
  • Rangeley, Maine (1939) Rangeley, Maine (1939)
from $ 11
  • Rockland, Maine (1906) Rockland, Maine (1906)
from $ 11
  • Castine, Maine (1902) Castine, Maine (1902)
from $ 11
  • Blue Hill, Maine (1904) Blue Hill, Maine (1904)
from $ 11
  • Vinalhaven, Maine (1904) Vinalhaven, Maine (1904)
from $ 11
  • Deer Isle, Maine (1904) Deer Isle, Maine (1904)
from $ 11