Guide to the H. Otley Beyer Map Collection

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Collection Summary

Creator
Beyer, H. Otley (Henry Otley), 1883-1966
Title
H. Otley Beyer Map Collection
Date Range
ca. 1819 – 1963
Collection Number
MFC 2
Extent
136 items in 7 map folders
Language of Materials
English
Repository
Special Collections (Maps)

Introduction

Scope and Contents

The H. Otley Beyer Map Collection consists primarily of maps collected by Beyer of the Philippines. The collection includes rainfall, topographic, land-use, language groups, ethnic groups, geological maps and road maps. There are a small number of manuscript maps about ethnic groups and language groups of the Philippines, as well as tektite sites, some of which were authored by Beyer. In addition, a small number of maps have been kept with the Beyer manuscript collection (Papers of H. Otley Beyer, 1850-1964, MS 4877).

Conditions Governing Access

Please refer to the collection's catalogue record for the access conditions (https://catalogue.nla.gov.au/Record/2038331).

Conditions Governing Use

Some of the items within this collection, including some that have been made available as digitised images, are still in copyright. Readers wishing to publish or reproduce documents should seek permission, in the first instance, from the owner of the original material.

Preferred Citation

Items from this collection should be cited as '[Title or description of map item], H. Otley Beyer Map Collection, National Library of Australia, [item number]'.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Acquired by the National Library of Australia from Henry Otley Beyer's son, William Beyer, c.1972.

Biographical Note

Henry Otley Beyer was a significant and prolific American anthropologist, archaeologist, and pre-historian specialising in cultural studies of the Philippines.

Beyer was born in Edgewood, Iowa in 1883. Following the completion of a Masters degree in Chemistry from the University of Denver, Colorado, he volunteered to teach in the Philippines. From 1905 he took up his teaching post and also undertook to study the Ifugaos of the Banaue Valley of northern Luzon.

In 1908–09 he carried out research in Asia, North Africa and Europe and undertook graduate studies in anthropology at Harvard University. Returning to the Philippines in 1909, Beyer joined the Bureau of Science as an ethnologist. He carried out fieldwork among the Ifugaos, Igorots, Apayaos, Kalingas and other peoples. In 1914 he joined the staff of the University of the Philippines and established the Department of Anthropology. He became Professor of Anthropology in 1924 and held the position until his retirement in 1954.

Beyer was the pioneer of anthropological studies in the Philippines and also made major contributions in the fields of folklore, customary law, archaeology, art and geology. Among his many publications were the Philippine ethnographic series (141 vols, 1912–22), Philippine tektites (1933–34) and Philippine folktales, beliefs, popular customs and traditions (3 vols, 1941–43).

Beyer died in the Philippines in 1966.

Item Descriptions

Maps showing the routes of excursions: Fourth Pacific Science Congress, 1:2,000,000, 1929 (Item 1) - Folder 1

Shows routes of excursion (geological, vulcanological, agricultural, etc.) and dates of various excursions. Handwritten on verso: "Book map". On sheet 23 x 59 cm.

Ciudad de Manila / Estado y clasificacion de sus edificios en 1870 (Item 2) - Folder 1

Facsimile map of the city of Manila showing location of administrative buildings, ruined buildings, and churches. On sheet 33 x 44 cm.

Carte de L'Indochine / Carte ethnolinguistique, 1:2.000.000e, 1949 (Item 3) - Folder 1

Map of Indochina showing different ethnolinguistic areas. 2 copies. On sheet 96 x 69 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Dressé sous la direction de l'Ecole Française de'Extrême – Orient, Tirage de Février. Dessine sous la direction de le Service Geographique de l'Indochine.

Philippine Islands, 1 ½ inches:200 km (Item 4) - Folder 1

Map of Philippine Islands showing islands, provinces, municipalities, townships, municipal districts and barrios in the Philippine Islands. Shows Treaty of Paris limits. Copy 1 is annotated with coloured outlines of population distributions of indigenous Philippines peoples. 2 copies. On sheet 45 x 29 cm.

City of Manila, 1:37,000, 1947 (Item 5) - Folder 1

Map of the city of Manila showing roads. A directory in the margin provides grid references for streets and buildings. On sheet 51 x 57 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Prepared under the direction of the Chief Engineer, GHQ, AFPAC, U.S. Army, by Base Map Plant no.1.

City of Manila, 8.7cm to 1 mile, 1935 (Item 6) - Folder 1

Map of the city of Manila showing main roads leading out of Manila, principal points of interest, and U.S. Army Reservations. Insets: directory of principal points of interest; directory of main roads. On sheet 49 x 38 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Prepared under the direction of the Engineer, Phil. Dept. U.S. Army.

Rand McNally standard map of Philippine Islands, Statute miles 39 = 1 inch (Item 7) - Folder 1

Map of Philippine Islands showing villages and railroads. Index on verso shows cities, towns, provinces and physical features (islands, lakes, mountains, peaks and volcanoes) of the Philippine Islands. Includes population numbers of cities and provinces. Insets show Manila and vicinity; Philippine Islands and China Sea; Batan and Babuyan Islands. "PM 650". On sheet 69 x 52.

Creator / Publisher

Chicago: Rand McNally & Company.

Visayan Sea, Philippine Islands, 1939 (Item 8) - Folder 1

Hydrographic chart. Shows soundings in fathoms. Sheet 4405. No. 77. On sheet 79 x 111 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Published by the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Manila. Department of Commerce, United states of America.

Subgrp 9-21. Mindoro, 1:50,000

Mindoro Province, Philippine Islands 1:50,000 series. More sheets are held in the general map collection. View the index at MAP G8062.M5 s50

Creator / Publisher

War Department, Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army.

Calintaan, 1944 (Item 9) - Folder 1

Topographic map of Calintaan showing trails, buildings, shallow or drying reefs, rain forests, mid flats, rice fields, sand spots, and gardens. Also shows municipal boundaries. Relief shown by form lines and contour lines. Map produced from aerial photographs. Includes legend, index to sheets, reliability diagram, approximate mean declination and Philippine polyconic grid data. On sheet 57 x 51 cm.

Series information

3348-I. "SWPA S831". First Edition SWPA 1.

Bugsanga, 1945 (Item 10) - Folder 1

Topographic map of Bugsanga showing highway roads (hard, lightly and irregularly-surfaced), tracks, and railroads. Also shows rainforest, swamp forest, mangroves, plantation/cultivated land (sugar canes, palms, coconuts), rice fields, bamboo. Map produced from aerial photographs. Includes legend, index to sheets, reliability diagram, approximate mean declination and Philippine polyconic grid data. On sheet 57 x 51 cm.

Series information

3348-II. "SWPA S731". Second Edition SWPA 2.

Dongon Point, 1944 (Item 11) - Folder 1

Topographic map of Dongon Point showing trails, buildings, shallow or drying reefs, rain forests, mid flats, rice fields, sand spots, and gardens. Relief shown by form lines and contour lines. Map produced from aerial photographs. Includes legend, index to sheets, reliability diagram, approximate mean declination and Philippine polyconic grid data. On sheet 57 x 51 cm.

Series information

3349-III. "SWPA S831". First Edition SWPA 1.

Amnay River, 1944 (Item 12) - Folder 1

Topographic map of Amnay River showing trails, buildings, shallow or drying reefs, rain forests, mid flats, rice fields, sand spots, and gardens. Relief shown by form lines and contour lines. Map produced from aerial photographs. Includes legend, index to sheets, reliability diagram, approximate mean declination and Philippine polyconic grid data. On sheet 57 x 51 cm.

Series information

3349-IV. "SWPA S831". First Edition SWPA 1.

Panangiran Peak, 1944 (Item 13) - Folder 1

Topographic map of Panangiran Peak showing buildings, rain forests, secondary growth, scattered trees, sand and cliffs. Relief shown by form lines. Map produced from aerial photographs. Includes legend, index to sheets, reliability diagram, approximate mean declination and Philippine polyconic grid data. On sheet 57 x 51 cm.

Series information

3448-II. "SWPA S731". First Edition SWPA 1.

Progreso, 1944 (Item 14) - Folder 1

Topographic map of Progresso showing trails, buildings, shallow or drying reefs, rain forests, mid flats, rice fields, sand spots, and gardens. Relief shown by form lines. Map produced from aerial photographs. Includes legend, index to sheets, reliability diagram, approximate mean declination and Philippine polyconic grid data. On sheet 57 x 51 cm.

Series information

3448-III. "SWPA S831". First Edition SWPA 1.

Obelisk Peak, 1944 (Item 15) - Folder 1

Topographic map of Obelisk Peak showing trails, buildings, shallow or drying reefs, rain forests, mid flats, rice fields, sand spots, and gardens. Relief shown by form lines. Map produced from aerial photographs. Includes legend, index to sheets, reliability diagram, approximate mean declination and Philippine polyconic grid data. On sheet 57 x 51 cm.

Series information

3448-IV. "SWPA S831". First Edition SWPA 1.

Naujan, 1945 (Item 16) - Folder 1

Topographic map of Naujan showing roads, railroads, rainforest, secondary growth, mangrove, plantation, swamps, rice fields, shallow reef and mud flats. Relief shown by form lines. Map produced from aerial photographs. Includes legend, index to sheets, reliability diagram, approximate mean declination and Philippine polyconic grid data. On sheet 57 x 51 cm.

Series information

3450-I. "SWPA S731". First Edition SWPA 1.

Calapan Point, 1944 (Item 17) - Folder 1

Topographic map of Calapan Point showing roads, railroads, rainforest, secondary growth, mangrove, plantation, swamps, rice fields, shallow reef and mud flats. Relief shown by contours. Map produced from aerial photographs. Includes legend, index to sheets, reliability diagram, approximate mean declination and Philippine polyconic grid data. On sheet 57 x 51 cm.

Series information

3451-II. "SWPA S731". First Edition SWPA 1.

Malaylay River, 1944 (Item 18) - Folder 1

Topographic map of Malaylay River showing roads, railroads, rainforest, secondary growth, mangrove, plantation, swamps, rice fields, shallow reef and mud flats. Relief shown by contours. Map produced from aerial photographs. Includes legend, index to sheets, reliability diagram, approximate mean declination and Philippine polyconic grid data. On sheet 57 x 51 cm.

Series information

3451-III. "SWPA S731". First Edition SWPA 1.

Duyagan Point, 1945 (Item 19) - Folder 1

Topographic map of Duyagan Point showing roads, railroads, rainforest, secondary growth, mangrove, plantation, swamps, rice fields, shallow reef and mud flats. Map produced from aerial photographs. Includes legend, index to sheets, reliability diagram, approximate mean declination and Philippine polyconic grid data. Verso: Copy of Tsuchiura 1:50,000, Sheet 6155-III, Central Honshu, Japan. On sheet 57 x 51 cm.

Series information

3548-I. "SWPA S731". First Edition SWPA 1.

Dumali Point, 1944 (Item 20) - Folder 1

Topographic map of Dumali Point showing roads, railroads, rainforest, secondary growth, mangrove, plantation, swamps, rice fields, shallow reef and mud flats. Relief shown by form lines. Map produced from aerial photographs. Includes legend, index to sheets, reliability diagram, approximate mean declination and Philippine polyconic grid data. On sheet 57 x 51 cm.

Series information

3550-II. "SWPA S731". First Edition SWPA 1.

Bagagay Point, 1944 (Item 21) - Folder 1

Topographic map of Bagagay Point showing roads, railroads, rainforest, secondary growth, mangrove, plantation, swamps, rice fields, shallow reef and mud flats. Relief shown by form lines. Map produced from aerial photographs. Includes legend, index to sheets, reliability diagram, approximate mean declination and Philippine polyconic grid data. On sheet 57 x 51 cm.

Series information

3550-IV. "SWPA S731". First Edition SWPA 1.

Subgrp 22-25. Philippine Islands, 1:250,000

Philippine Islands 1:250,000 series. More sheets are held in the general map collection. View the index at MAP G8060 s250 1953

Creator / Publisher

Prepared and printed by Army Map Service, Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army.

Culion, 1952 (Item 22) - Folder 1

Topographic map of Culion showing rough population numbers, railroads; international, provincial and military reservation boundaries. Also shows landing areas, seaplane airports, and landmark features. Relief shown by contours, form lines, shading, and spot heights. Spot elevation in meters. Includes grid zone data, location and reliability diagrams. On sheet 57 x 74 cm.

Series information

NC 50-4. "AMS series S501". Edition 1-AMS.

Taytay, 1952 (Item 23) - Folder 1

Topographic map of Taytay showing rough population numbers, railroads; international, provincial and military reservation boundaries. Also shows landing areas, seaplane airports, and landmark features. Relief shown by contours, form lines, shading, and spot heights. Spot elevation in meters. Includes grid zone data, location and reliability diagrams. On sheet 57 x 74 cm.

Series information

NC 50-8. "AMS series S501". Edition 1-AMS.

Puerto Princesa, 1952 (Item 24) - Folder 1

Topographic map of Puerto Princesa showing rough population numbers, railroads; international, provincial and military reservation boundaries. Also shows landing areas, seaplane airports, and landmark features. Relief shown by contours, form lines, shading, and spot heights. Spot elevation in meters. Includes grid zone data, location and reliability diagrams. On sheet 61 x 77 cm.

Series information

NC 50-11. "AMS series S501". Edition 1-AMS.

Brookes Point, 1951 (Item 25) - Folder 1

Topographic map of Brookes Point showing rough population numbers, railroads; international, provincial and military reservation boundaries. Also shows landing areas, seaplane airports, and landmark features. Relief shown by contours, form lines, shading, and spot heights. Spot elevation in meters. Includes grid zone data, location and reliability diagrams. On sheet 57 x 74 cm.

Series information

NC 50-15. "AMS series S501". Edition 1-AMS.

Rainfall types on Java and Madoera, 1:2 000 000 (Item 26) - Folder 1

Hand drawn manuscript map on rice paper of Java and Madoera [Madura] islands showing rainfall types and direction of the wind. On sheet 26 x 57 cm.

[Road map of Metropolitan Yokohama and Tokyo area], 1:500,000 (Item 27) - Folder 1

Road map of main roads around Tokyo and Yokohama metropolitan areas showing airfields, road categories, distances between points, and city boundaries. Includes note about speed limits: 'Jeeps, Sedans, motorcycles 35mph or as posted. Within metropolitan Yokohama & Tokyo area, all vehicles 20 mph or as posted'. Diagram of distances from Tokyo and Yokohama on verso. First edition. On sheet 32 x 25 cm.

Het Woningbureau Versluis N.V. Plattgrond Van Soerabaia (Item 28) - Folder 1

City plan of Soerabaia in Dutch. Also shows index of street names. Various locations have been circled and notes made in blue pencil. Index of Soerabaia institutions on verso. On sheet 55 x 40 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Druk. E. Fuhri & Co. S'Baia.

Ville de Hanoi (Item 29) - Folder 1

City map of Hanoi for tourists. Shows banks, consulates, administration buildings, hospitals, hotels, chemists, and parks. On sheet 65 x 47.

Creator / Publisher

Bureau du Tourisme en Indochine.

Thailand: For the IXth Pacific Science Congress, 1:2,000,000, 1957 (Item 30) - Folder 1

Map of Thailand showing cities, towns and major roads. Soundings in meters. Relief shown by hachures. On sheet 91 x 60 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Compiled and printed by the Hydrographic Dept., Royal Thai Navy, Krung Thep (Bangkok), Thailand.

Malay Archipelago, 1:8,500,000, 1942 (Item 31) - Folder 2

Map of East India Islands, Dutch colonies, with Thailand, French colonies, Indochina and Malay Peninsula. Height and depth shown by shading. In English and Japanese. Marked up with red arrows or routes, all passing through Singapore. On sheet 53 x 72 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Nihon Meisho Zue Sha.

French Colonies Indochina, Malay & Sumatra, 1:2.000.000, 1941 (Item 32) - Folder 2

Map of Indochina, Malay and Sumatra. In Japanese. On sheet 109 x 79 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Published by Japanese Army.

Borneo and Java, 1:2.000.000, 1941 (Item 33) - Folder 2

Map of Borneo and Java. In Japanese. On sheet 109 x 79 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Published by Japanese Army.

Plan de la Region Saigon- Cholon, 1:10,000 (Item 34) - Folder 2

Map of cities of Saigon on Cholon, showing religious buildings, police buildings, hospitals, theatres and cinemas, consulates, schools and gardens, main roads, etc. In French. On sheet 68 x 90 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Imp. A. Portail, Saigon.

Khong, 1: 400,000, 1950 (Item 35) - Folder 2

Map of Khong showing regional, provincial and state boundaries. Also showing marshes, airfields, rice-fields; ferries, bridges, canals; ponds and mountains. Shows metalled roads with distances in km, unmetalled roads, paths and tracks as well as railways in use, under construction, ferries and bridges, narrow and wide canals. Also shows 'outstanding ruins and monuments'. On sheet 83 x 66 cm.

Series information

Carte routière de L'Indochine Feuille No.17.

Creator / Publisher

Ministère des Travaux Publics et des Transports. Institut Géographique National, Paris.

Huê, 1: 400,000, 1952 (Item 36) - Folder 2

Map of Huê showing regional, provincial and state boundaries. Also showing marshes, airfields, rice-fields; ferries, bridges, canals; ponds and mountains. Shows metalled roads with distances in km, unmetalled roads, paths and tracks as well as railways in use, under construction, ferries and bridges, narrow and wide canals. Also shows 'outstanding ruins and monuments'. In French. On sheet 83 x 66 cm.

Series information

Carte routière de L'Indochine Feuille No.13.

Creator / Publisher

Ministère des Travaux Publics et des Transports. Institut Géographique National, Paris.

Map of India and Burma, 1:4,620,000, c.1900 (Item 37) - Folder 2

Map of Philippine Islands showing Lutzon, Bisaya, Mindoro-Palawan and Mindanao-Sulu groups. Modified edition. On sheet 21 x 14 cm.

Beyer's Ethnographic map of the Philippines (Item 38) - Folder 2

Map of Philippine islands showing Lutzon, Bisaya, Mindoro-Palawan and Mindanao-Sulu groups. On sheet 21 x 14 cm.

Creator / Publisher

H. Otley Beyer.

Philippine Islands and adjacent coasts, 4.5cm to 1500 kilometres, 1906 (Item 39) - Folder 2

"Graphic outline maps" base map outline of the Philippine Islands and adjacent coasts. On sheet 27 x 21 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Caspar W. Hodgson (basemap). World Book Company: New York & Manila.

Philippine Islands and adjacent coasts, 4.5cm to 1500 kilometres, 1907 (Item 40) - Folder 2

"Graphic outline maps" base map outline of the Philippine Islands and adjacent coasts. Marked up with names of countries, some cities with alternative (previous) names, and some Philippines provinces. On sheet 27 x 21 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Caspar W. Hodgson (basemap). World Book Company: New York & Manila.

Base maps of Philippine Islands, 3cm to 200 kilometres, 1928 (Item 41)

Item missing.

Creator / Publisher

Philippine Islands Education Co.

McKinley's Series of Geographical & Historical Outline Maps, 1902-1906 (Item 42) - Folder 2

Africa No.63; South America No.65; North America No.64; Europe No.61; Europe No.204; Europe and the Roman Empire No.204; Africa No.206; North America No.207. Multiple copies.

Creator / Publisher

McKinley Publishing Co.; Philadelphia, Pa.

[Base map of Philippine Islands marked up with outlines of provinces and major cities] (Item 43) - Folder 2

Four base maps each marked up with clusters of provinces and cities. Map sheets cover portions of Philippine Islands including north, north-central, south and eastern regions of archipelago. Two further base maps have markings in red pencil. Four blank base maps also included. Includes index to provinces and cities. On sheets 29 x 23 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Likely creator H. Otley Beyer.

Anthropology map of Indonesia, 4.5cm to 1500 kilometres, 1907 (Item 44) - Folder 2

Manuscript map on "Graphic outline maps" base map outline of the Philippine Islands and adjacent coasts. Marked up with locations of ten ethnic groups of Asia, South-East Asia, and Australia. Includes handwritten annotation and signature: "College of Education, U.P." and "P.S. Medrana". On sheet 27 x 21 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Caspar W. Hodgson (basemap). Content by P.S. Medrana, College of Education, University of the Philippines. World Book Company: New York & Manila.

Corregidor Islands, 4cm to 1000 yards (Item 45) - Folder 2

Map of Philippine Islands Corregidor Island showing battery sites defending against Japanese invasion, Japanese objectives, Japanese landing sites, the site of the last stand, and the site of surrender to the Japanese. Map on verso shows Japanese landings on 5-6 May, 1942. Also shows detail plan of Malinta Tunnel. Inset shows location of Corregidor Island in Manilla Bay and China Sea. On sheet 22 x 34 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Tourist Hotels and Travel Corporation. Luneta, Manila.

The Philippine Islands, 1:4.000.000, 1916 (Item 46) - Folder 2

Relief map of the Philippine Islands. Inset: Islands of Balintang Channel.

Creator / Publisher

The Bureau of Science.

Anthropology 3. Map of Indonesia. Asuncion Palma (Item 47) - Folder 2

Manuscript map of Philippine Islands and adjacent coastlines showing ten ethnic groups including Negritos, Papuans, Australoid, Ainu, Primitive Mongols, Tall Mongoloid, Indonesians, Melanesians, Malay Blend, Tall Caucasian. On sheet 34 x 28 cm.

Language map of the Philippine Islands (Item 48) - Folder 2

Map of the Philippine Islands showing language groups including Luzon groups, Bisaya groups, Mindoro and Palawan groups, and Mindanao and Sulu groups. 4 copies (2 copies on paper, 2 copies photostat negative). On sheet 43 x 29 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Drawn by Pio Moskaira from data supplied by Professor H. Otley Beyer.

Language map of the Philippine Islands, 1920 (Item 49) - Folder 2

Map of the Philippine Islands showing language groups including Luzon groups, Bisaya groups, Mindoro and Palawan groups, and Mindanao and Sulu groups. Paper mounted on board. On sheet 61 x 51 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Manila: H. Otley Beyer.

Cabarruyan Island, Province of Pangasinan, Island of Luzon, Philippine Islands, 1: 50,000 (Item 50) - Folder 2

Dyeline map of Cabarruyan Island showing roads, trails, and sites of tektites, fossils, pottery and porcelain. 4 copies. On sheet 40 x 30 cm.

List of Philippine population table, and Philippine languages and dialects, 1942 (Item 51)

Existence and Location of Originals

Map held at MS 4877 Papers of H. Otley Beyer, 1850-1964.

Creator / Publisher

Written by Prof. H.O. Beyer.

Frequency of rainfall in the Philippines, 1939 (Item 52) - Folder 2

Map of the Philippine Islands showing frequency of rainfall up to December 1939. Legend: shows a scale of average number of rainy days and corresponding shading. On sheet 33 x 21 cm.

Population distribution of the Philippines by Province: 1948, 1948 (Item 53) - Folder 2

Map of the Philippine Islands showing population distribution by province at 1948. Distribution shown by shading. "Crosshatched or shaded map." On sheet 33 x 21 cm.

Population distribution of the Philippines by Province: 1948, 1948 (Item 54) - Folder 2

Map of the Philippine Islands showing population distribution by province at 1948. Distribution shown by spot symbols. "Spot or point symbol map." On sheet 33 x 21 cm.

Population distribution of Capiz, Philippines by Municipality and by sex: 1960, 1960 (Item 55) - Folder 2

Map of the Capiz, Philippine Islands showing population distribution by municipality at 1960, including a male to female breakdown. Distribution shown by graphs superimposed on municipalities. "Map with graphic form superimposed." On sheet 21 x 33 cm.

Table of Contribution of the College of Agriculture to the promotion of private agricultural and other enterprises, 1934 (Item 56)

Existence and Location of Originals

Map held at MS 4877 Papers of H. Otley Beyer, 1850-1964.

Eden. Before the upheaval of Central Asia. Before the subsidence of the Pacific Continent. Before the change in the position of the Polar regions. Before the Deluge, 1914 (Item 57) - Folder 2

Maps of Asia and Eastern Europe showing religious points of interest relevant to the Bible Book of Genesis. English edition. Supplement to "The creation and the origin of the Chinese by Tse Tsan Tai. Handwritten notes in red ink. "N.B. This map should be used to study the Bible, Genesis, Chapter I to XI". Writing in red notes that the Chinese title means "Cradle of the Human Race". Note on the top left corner: "Antediluvian North Pole. Latitude 75 longitude 40 [...]" "Change about 1,000 miles". On another copy of same map there is a note: "The four "heads" of the Tarmin River were torn asunder by the great upheaval of Central Asia". In English and Chinese. The three copies with identical annotations, and each annotation includes an illegible signature. 3 copies. On sheet 30 x 32 cm.

Creator / Publisher

According to Tse Tsan Tai. Published by Mssrs Kelly & Walsh Ltd., Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore and Yokohama.

[Map of Mindanao on three sheets showing Lanao and Bukidnon, Cotabato, Davao] (Item 58) - Folder 2

Map of part of Mindanao Island, Philippine Islands, on three sheets showing provinces of Lanao and Bukidnon, Cotabato, Davao. Also shows provincial boundaries, language boundaries, roads, languages and settlers. 1 map on 3 sheets: 4 copies of each sheet.

Family tree of Wigan (Item 59)

Existence and Location of Originals

Map held at MS 4877 Papers of H. Otley Beyer, 1850-1964.

Family tree of Manádjar and Pota'al (Item 60)

Existence and Location of Originals

Map held at MS 4877 Papers of H. Otley Beyer, 1850-1964.

Family tree of Ngehínge and Incho'lyo (Item 61)

Existence and Location of Originals

Map held at MS 4877 Papers of H. Otley Beyer, 1850-1964.

Rainfall, temperature and hours of sunlight recorded at Banaue, Ifugao, Philippines (Item 62)

Existence and Location of Originals

Map held at MS 4877 Papers of H. Otley Beyer, 1850-1964.

Statistical data on land resources (Item 63)

Existence and Location of Originals

Map held at MS 4877 Papers of H. Otley Beyer, 1850-1964.

Second Floor Plan. Typical academic building "A", University of Philippines. Mariquina Esate Rizal, 1 to 300 (Item 64)

Existence and Location of Originals

Map held at MS 4877 Papers of H. Otley Beyer, 1850-1964.

Second Floor Plan. Type "B", 1:100M (Item 65)

Existence and Location of Originals

Map held at MS 4877 Papers of H. Otley Beyer, 1850-1964.

Second Floor Plan. Typical academic building "B", University of Philippines. Diliman Estate, 1:100M (Item 66)

Existence and Location of Originals

Map held at MS 4877 Papers of H. Otley Beyer, 1850-1964.

Plano de la Ciudad de Manila Capital de las Yslas Filipinas Siendo Su Situacion Geografica en la la, 1819 (Item 67) - Folder 3

Dyeline map of the city of Manila showing city walls and regional boundaries. Also shows hills and rises (with hachures). Also shows location of places of interest including as sanctuaries and cemeteries. Names of main roads and squares shown. In Spanish. On sheet 48 x 56 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Francisco Navier de Herrera lo Grabò. Por el Deposito Topografico de Manila.

The rice terraces of Mangitong (Northern Section), Sagada, Mountain Province, 1 inch = 100 feet, 1963 (Item 68) - Box 8

Facsimile map of the rice terraces of Mangitong and Sagada. On sheet 107 x 163 cm.

Creator / Publisher

By William Henry Scott, Eduardo Bete and Paulino Gayagay.

Map of the Poblacion of Sagada, Mountain Province, 1 inch = 100 feet, 1963 (Item 69) - Box 8

Facsimile map showing populated areas of Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippine Islands. On sheet 163 x 107 cm.

Creator / Publisher

By William Henry Scott, Eduardo Bete and Paulino Gayagay.

The rice terraces of Western Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippines, 1 inch = 100 feet, 1963 (Item 70) - Box 8

Facsimile map of the rice terraces of Mangitong and Sagada. On sheet 107 x 96 cm.

Creator / Publisher

By William Henry Scott, Eduardo Bete and Paulino Gayagay.

Sketch map of Banaue, Mountain Province, Philippines (Item 71)

Item missing.

Glacial map of North America, 1:4,555,000, 1945 (Item 72-73) - Folder 3

Map of the North American continent showing glacier types and features. "Special papers, number 60, (part 1), Western half." "Special papers, number 60, (part 2), Eastern half." Signature in top right corner: "E.D. Hester". On sheet 140 x 107 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Reprinted for the American Geographical Society of New York by courtesy of the Geological Society of America. New York.

Philippine Islands, 1:2,000,000, 1911 (Item 74) - Folder 3

Map of the Philippine Islands. Copy 1: colour. Copy 2: black and white, with extensive handwritten notes, and markings of regions in red pen. On sheet 82 x 62 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Compiled and published by John Bach, Manila.

Preliminary geologic map of the Philippine Islands, 1:2,000,000, 1926 (Item 75) - Folder 3

Preliminary geologic map of the Philippine Islands showing Cenozoic geological regions by shading. Marked up with lines in blue pencil. On sheet 99 x 72 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Compiled by the Division of Geology and Mines, Bureau of Science, Manila, under the supervision of Victoriano Eliciaño Leopoldo A. Faustino and Antonio D. Alvir.

Subgrp 76-79. Philippine Islands, 1:200,000

Creator / Publisher

Bureau of Coast and Geodetic Survey, Manila.

Samar, 1937 (Item 76) - Folder 3

Map of the island of Samar, Philippine islands, showing provincial boundaries, first and second-class roads, roads under construction and railroads. On sheet 111 x 97 cm.

Series information

Philippine Islands, No.13.

Leyte, 1935 (Item 77) - Folder 3

Map of the island of Leyte, Philippine islands, showing provincial boundaries, first and second-class roads, roads under construction and railroads. On sheet 118 x 70 cm.

Series information

Philippine Islands, No.14.

Negros, 1931 (Item 78) - Folder 3

Map of the island of Negros, Philippine islands, showing provincial boundaries, first and second-class roads, roads under construction and railroads. On sheet 127 x 90 cm.

Series information

Philippine Islands, No.16.

Panay, 1934 (Item 79) - Folder 3

Map of the island of Panay, Philippine islands, showing provincial boundaries, first and second-class roads, roads under construction and railroads. On sheet 103 x 97 cm.

Series information

Philippine Islands, No.17.

Map of Mountain Province, Philippine Islands, 1:200,000 (Item 80) - Folder 4

Blueprint map of Mountain Province, Philippine Islands, showing provincial boundaries and roads. On sheet 119 x 76 cm.

Map of Mountain Province, Philippine Islands, 1:200,000 (Item 81) - Folder 4

Blueprint map of Mountain Province, Philippine Islands, showing provincial boundaries and roads. On sheet 118 x 85 cm.

Map of Macayan-Suyog, Lepanto Province, 3.375, 1904 (Item 82) - Folder 4

"Bulletin No.4 Plate XLIII". 1 map on 4 sheets. Sheets up to 235 x 107 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Topography by Maurice Goodman and Harry Ickis (field assistants), A.J. Eveland (geologist in charge). Department of the Interior Mining Bureau, Manila.

The rice terraces of Mangitong (Southern Section), Sagada, Mountain Province, 1 inch:100 feet, 1963 (Item 83) - Box 8

Facsimile map of the rice terraces of Mangitong and Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippine Islands. On sheet 107 x 140 cm.

Creator / Publisher

By William Henry Scott, Eduardo Bete and Paulino Gayagay.

The rice terraces of Kapay-aw, Sagada, Mountain Province, 1 inch:100 feet, 1963 (Item 84) - Box 8

Facsimile map of the rice terraces of Kapay-aw Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippine Islands. On sheet 146 x 106 cm.

Creator / Publisher

By William Henry Scott, Eduardo Bete and Paulino Gayagay.

Proposed development plan of the city of Iliolo and vicinity, 1:10,000 Mts, 1930 (Item 85) - Folder 4

Dyeline plan of the city of Iloilo showing proposed improvements to the port. "Set 2520 Sheet No.!" On sheet 60 x 83 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Submitted by the Consulting Architect to the Director of Public Works.

Map of gold mines located in the municipalities of Surigo Placer and Mainit Province of Surigao, 1:40,000 (Item 86) - Folder 4

Blueprint map of gold mines located in the municipalities of Surigo Placer and Mainit Province of Surigao. On sheet 111 x 88 cm.

Creator / Publisher

V de Rosario.

Province of Ambos Camarines, 4 cm = 5 miles, 1902 (Item 87) - Folder 4

Blueprint in 28 pieces backed on linen. Includes annotationsin pencil. On sheet 74 x 100 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Headquarters Philippines Constabulary, Division of Information. Map Section. Manila.

Preliminary geologic map, Philippine Islands, 1:1,000,000 (Item 88) - Folder 4

Facsimile map of the Philippine Islands showing types of rocks (igneous and sedimentary). Map is hand coloured with geological regions. On sheet 201 x 133 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Compiled by Dion L. Gardner.

Port Sual to Comas Island, Lingayen Gulf, West Coast of Luzon, Philippine Islands, 1:15,000, 1944 (Item 89) - Folder 4

Hydrographic chart of the Lingayan Gulf from Port Sual to Comas Island. Soundings in feet. "No.4239". "No.156". 3 copies. On sheet 102 x 66 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Published at Washington, D.C. Oct. 1904, by the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, reissued at Manila in June 1941, reprinted by the United States Army Map Service, 1944.

Bold Point to Malanao Island, East Coast of Palawan, Philippine Islands, 1944 (Item 90) - Folder 4

Hydrographic chart of the east coast of Palawan from Bold Point to Malanao Island. Soundings in fathoms. "No.4321". "No.57". On sheet 85 x 116 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Published at Washington, D.C. Nov. 1920, reissued at Manila in November 1939 by the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey, reprinted by the United States Army Map Service, 1944.

Subgrp 91-96. Luzon, 1:31,680

Luzon, Confidential, Sheet No. 32 A, Copy No. 336, 1914 (Item 91) - Folder 5

Dyeline topographic map showing metalled roads, good roads, poor or private roads, trails, paths and Nipa and Mangrove swamps. Relief shown by contours. From a controlled reconnaissance survey in 1912-13. On sheet 68 x 120 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Traced by P. Benavides. Office Department Engineer, Philippine Department, Manila.

Luzon, Confidential, Sheet No. 32 D, Copy No. 317, 1925 (Item 92) - Folder 5

Dyeline topographic map showing metalled roads, good roads, poor or private roads, trails, paths and Nipa and Mangrove swamps. Relief shown by contours. From a controlled reconnaissance survey in 1912-13. On sheet 68 x 120 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Traced by Marciano Marcelo. Office Department Engineer, Philippine Department, Manila.

Luzon, Confidential, Sheet No. 32 H, Copy No. 137, 1912 (Item 93) - Folder 5

Blueprint topographic map showing metalled roads, good roads, poor or private roads, trails, paths and Nipa and Mangrove swamps. Relief shown by contours. From a controlled reconnaissance survey in 1911-12. Stamped on the back: "This map has been prepared for a particular purpose, and must not be allowed to fall into the hands of unauthorized persons." On sheet 68 x 120 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Traced by V.Y. Ygnacio and V. Escobar. Office Department Engineer, Philippine Department, Manila.

Luzon, Confidential, Sheet No. 32 G, Copy No. 571, 1922 (Item 94) - Folder 5

Dyeline topographic map showing metalled roads, good roads, poor or private roads, trails, paths and Nipa and Mangrove swamps. Relief shown by contours. From a controlled reconnaissance survey in 1912-13. On sheet 68 x 120 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Traced by P. Benavides. Office Department Engineer, Philippine Department, Manila.

Luzon, Confidential, Sheet No. 35 A, Copy No. 438, 1912 (Item 95) - Folder 5

Blueprint topographic map showing metalled roads, good roads, poor or private roads, trails, paths and Nipa and Mangrove swamps. Relief shown by contours. From a controlled reconnaissance survey in 1911-12. Stamped on the back: "This map has been prepared for a particular purpose, and must not be allowed to fall into the hands of unauthorized persons." On sheet 68 x 120 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Traced by S. Rivera. Office Department Engineer, Philippine Department, Manila.

Luzon, Confidential, Sheet No. 35 B, Copy No. 105, 1912 (Item 96) - Folder 5

Topographic map showing metalled roads, good roads, poor or private roads, trails, paths and Nipa and Mangrove swamps. Relief shown by contours. From a controlled reconnaissance survey in 1912-13. Stamped on the back: "This map has been prepared for a particular purpose, and must not be allowed to fall into the hands of unauthorized persons." On sheet 68 x 120 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Traced by S. Rivera and D. Samonte. Office Department Engineer, Philippine Department, Manila.

Transportation lines in the Visayan Islands and Mindanao (Item 97) - Folder 5

Hand drawn manuscript map in red and black ink. As well as transportation lines, shows first and second class roads, railroads and boundary lines. On sheet 73 x 58 cm.

Mandaloyon Estate Subdivision, 1953 (Item 98) - Folder 5

Facsimile map of Mandaloyon Estate Subdivision showing city plan and surrounding districts. Includes buildings including 'Welfareville and Psychopathic Hospital' as well as private property. Marks in blue pen circling areas called 'Wack Wack Gold Club and Country Club Park' and area in Pasig, near Ortiga Avenue and the Radio Centre. Carries handwritten signature of Francisco Ortigas, President of Ortigas & Co. On sheet 51 x 69 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Drafted by C.C. Santos. Ortigas and Co., Ltd.

Nargyan tribes of Mindoro Island, Philippines (Item 99) - Folder 5

Facsimile map. Contains list of tribes and languages with brief descriptions/notes alongside. Map shows provincial boundaries, tribal boundaries. Shows areas concerning which no reliable information was available and shows survey routes of the Tweddell and Reed party Dec 1956 and Jan 1957. "Information incorporated in the map was that available to the Overseas Missionary Fellowship in January 1957." On sheet 50 x 44 cm.

[Portion of map] Manila to Cavite, Manila Bay, Philippine Islands, 1:30,000, 1935 (Item 100) - Folder 5

Portion of hydrographic chart "sheet 4243" of Manila Bay showing lights, beacons, buoys and dangers as well as information about tides and water levels. Contains note: 'Typhoon warnings and time signals are broadcasted by the Manila Observatory thru station NPO. Time signals are sent daily. Lower portion of map. On sheet 44 x 73 cm.

Creator / Publisher

R.S. Patton, Director. Published at Manila by the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey.

Map of the Paracale, Mambulao and Labo mineral districts, showing Lode mineral claims controlled by different mining companies located before November 15, 1935, situated in the Province of Camarines, North Island of Luzon, 1:60,000, 1937 (Item 101) - Folder 5

Shows lode mineral claims controlled by different mining companies located before November 15, 1935. On sheet 54 x 74 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Traced from Jose Castro & Co. Compliment Map. Marsman & Co. Inc., Paracale Camarines, Norte.

Metropolitan water district. Angat Project. Index Map, 1:20,000, 1926 (Item 102) - Box 9

Included faded annotations. On sheet 163 x 84 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Traced by J. Ordonez. Engineer in charge: P. Comack.

Northern Luzon, Philippine Islands, western sheet, 1:200,000, 1922 (Item 103) - Box 9

Shows first, second and third class roads as well as trails and roads under construction. Elevation in metres. Sheet No. 3. On sheet 145 x 100 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Bureau of Coast and Geodetic Survey, Manila.

Metropolitan water district. Angat project.Topographic map along cut and cover line. Novaliches-Payong Aqueduct. Contract No. 2, 1:20,000 (Item 104) - Folder 5

Novaliches-Payong Aqueduct. Sheet No. 1. On sheet 106 x 89 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Plans examined and approved by A.D. Williams, Consulting Engineer.

Bureau of Lands of Northern Luzon, showing roads, trails, triangulation and provincial boundary surveys executed by this Bureau, 1:300,000 (Item 105) - Box 9

Map of Northern Luzon, showing roads, trails and provincial boundaries. On sheet 116 x 99 cm.

[Base map of the world showing paddy terrace distribution], 10.5cm = 4000 kilometres (Item 106) - Folder 5

Three-part map: Oceania, South America and Africa. Marked up with red pencil on South-East Asia, Philippines, and Madagascar showing location of paddy terraces. On sheet 57 x 87 cm.

McKinley's Wall Outline Maps. K. South America, 1907 (Item 107) - Folder 5

Base map with outline of South America.

Creator / Publisher

McKinley Publishing Co.: Philadelphia.

[Map of Taiwan showing indigenous ethnic groups] (Item 108a) - Folder 5

Hand drawn map of Taiwan showing indigenous populations. Indigenous tribes include: Saisiyat, Atayal, Bunun, Ami, Puyuna, Paiwan and Yami. On sheet 101 x 79 cm.

[Map of Taiwan showing indigenous ethnic groups] (Item 108b) - Folder 5

Hand drawn map of Taiwan, marked up with letters, likely showing the distribution of indigenous ethic groups. On sheet 110 x 77 cm.

[Map of Taiwan showing indigenous ethnic groups and archaeological sites] (Item 108c) - Folder 5

Hand drawn map of Taiwan showing aboriginal groups and sinicized groups as well as archaeological sites. Archaeological sites "in reference with the photos by Segawa." On sheet 110 x 79cm.

Revised development plan Jolo Sulu, 1:4 000M, 1927 (Item 109) - Folder 5

Facsimile map of Jolo Sulu subdivision showing planned and proposed streets, and marked up in red pencil with Barrio boundaries. On sheet 53 x 65 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Prepared by G. Antonia, Draftsman.

Central Manila, 8cm to ½ mile (Item 110) - Folder 5

Map of central Manila showing main roads and location of public buildings (schools, medical buildings, hospitals, government offices, play grounds). Contains note on bottom left corner detailing how Manila was saved from the Japanese in 1945: 'Manila lives to once again become the seat of democratic government in the Philippines, and a beacon of freedom to the Far East'. On sheet 61 x 46 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Published by Information and Education Section, U.S.A.F.F.E.

Road map of the Philippines, Visayas and Mindanao, 30 kilometres to 250cm, 1941 (Item 111) - Folder 6

Road map of the Philipinnes. Island of Luzon on recto (with Manila inset). Visayas and Mindanao on verso (with Island of Jolo inset). On sheet 85 x 62 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Percy Warner Tinan, Cartographer. Mobil Oil Company.

Road map of Philippine Islands, various scales (Item 112) - Folder 6

Road map of the Philippine Islands showing northern islands on recto and southern islands on verso. Shows 1st and 2nd class roads, railways, distances, lakes, rivers, hospitals, provincial boundaries, municipalities, barrious and elevations. Insets include Manila, Iloilo City and Cebu City. On sheet 54 x 76 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Issued by the Shell Co. of Philippine Islands, Ltd. A Foldex Ltd. Production.

Manila and environs, 1931 (Item 113) - Folder 6

Road map of Manila. Lists all street names and shows location of important landmarks. On sheet 57 x 73 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Percy Warner Tinan.

Philippine Road Map 1955, various scales, 1955 (Item 114) - Folder 6

Map of the Philippines showing principal, secondary and connecting roads, trails, capital cities, railroads, provincial boundaries. Shows Visayas-Mindanao on recto and Luzon on verso. Contains distance chart, as well as detail maps of Baguio and Manila. Also shows points of interest with pictures of landmarks and short descriptions. On sheet 84 x 59 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Rand McNally and Company, Chicago, Ill. Lithographed in the U.S.A. Mobil Oil Company.

Map sheet showing 9 maps of tektite sites, 1961 (Item 115) - Folder 6

9 maps on 1 sheet.

Map no. 1. World map showing all known genuine tektite finds to date

Map no. 2. Tektite sites in the Philippines

Map no. 3. The great circle band within which all Austro-Indo-Malayasianites have so far been found

Map no. 4. Sketch map of Pugad Babuy site

Map no. 5 Rizal-Bulacan archaeological map (including the tektite sites)

Map no. 6. Sketch map of Santa Mesa tektite site

Map no. 7. Tektite and prehistoric stone age sites east of Manila

Map no. 8. Province of Camarines Norte, Luzon (showing all known tektite sites)

Map no. 9. Known Philippine tektite sites in 1945.

On sheet 97 x 64 cm. 5 copies.

Atlas Geográfico de La Islande Luzón y Adyacetes (Item 116)

Existence and Location of Originals

Copy removed. Held at MAP Ra 215

Creator / Publisher

Manila.

Official road map of the Philippines (Item 117)

Item missing.

Creator / Publisher

Bureau of Public Works.

Census atlas of the Philippines, 1940 (Item 118)

Existence and Location of Originals

Copy removed. Held at Census of the Philippines

Creator / Publisher

Manila.

Official road map of the Philippines (Item 119) - Folder 6

Book of 15 road maps of the Philippine Islands including index map.

Creator / Publisher

Bureau of Public Works.

Census atlas of the Philippines, 1940 (Item 120)

Existence and Location of Originals

Copy removed. Held at Census of the Philippines

Creator / Publisher

Manila.

Gazetteer of the Philippine Islands, 1945 (Item 121)

Existence and Location of Originals

Copy removed. Held at YY 2014-915

Creator / Publisher

U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Coast & Geodetic Survey: Washington D.C.

[Map of the Philippine Islands] (Item 122) - Folder 6

Map of the Philippine Islands showing island names and main district boundaries. 14 copies. On sheets 39 x 29 cm.

[Map of Laos showing Tektite area in Soyabourge] (Item 123) - Folder 6

Map of Laos showing main cities and provinces, and surrounding territories. Marked up in red pencil to show location of tektite sites in Sayaboury province. On sheet 56 x 42 cm.

Philippine road map, various scales, 1962 (Item 124) - Folder 6

Map of the Philippines showing principal, secondary and connecting roads, trails, capital cities, railroads, provincial boundaries. Shows Visayas-Mindanao on recto and Luzon on verso. Contains distance chart, as well as maps of Baguio and Manila. Also shows points of interest with pictures of landmarks and short description attached. Also shows list of airports. 28th edition. On sheet 63 x 75 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Rand McNally and Company, Chicago, Ill. Lithographed in the U.S.A. Mobil Oil Company.

Street map of Singapore, 5" to 1 mile (Item 125) - Folder 6

Street map of Singapore also showing tram routes and railway lines. A.B.C. 5th edition. On sheet 58 x 80 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Kelly Walsh Ltd, Singapore.

Road map of Central Luzon & City of Baguio, 1917 (Item 126) - Folder 6

Road map of central Luzon, showing 1st, 2nd and 3rd class roads, trails, railroads.

Creator / Publisher

by John Bach / Imp. Lit. Carmelo & Bauerman, Manila, P.I.

[Map of Major Banks in South East Asia], 1942 (Item 127) - Folder 6

Blueprint map of Major Banks in South East Asia. In Japanese. On sheet 50 x 80 cm.

Creator / Publisher

[Japanese Army] : Yokohama.

China Provincial atlas & geography (Item 128)

Existence and Location of Originals

Copy removed. Held at YYf 915.104 C539

Creator / Publisher

Shanghai.

[Base maps of North America, South America, Africa, and Asia including Australia] (Item 129) - Folder 6

Four base maps including Asia (showing Micronesia, Polynesia and Australia), Africa, North America and South America. Base maps are for showing "Region represented by collection". On sheets 27 x 21 cm.

Plano de Manila y sus Arrabales 1894, 1:5 000, 1894 (Item 130) - Folder 6

Blueprint map of Manila on 2 sheets showing main streets, the Hotel de l'Oriente, churches and nunneries, markets, and a bridge under construction. Divided into regions. On sheets up to 100 x 79 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Chofrey Co. : Manila.

Philippine Islands, 1.3cm = 50 km (Item 131) - Folder 6

Blueprint map showing provinces of the Philippine Islands. On sheet 55 x 35 cm.

A draught of the Great Bay of Manilla, and harbour of Cavita, ca. 1 inch = 170 yards (Item 132) - Folder 7

Hydrographic chart of the bay of Manila. Shows the British occupation of Manila in 1762. Includes notes about the tide, the depth of the water, and places to anchor a ship. On sheet 114 x 98 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Surveyed & drawn with great accuracy by William Nichelson. Reproduced by the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey by courtesy of Library of Congress, Washington D.C.

Central Luzon: Philippine Islands, 1:200 000, 1931 (Item 133) - Folder 7

Map of Central Luzon, Philippine Islands, showing details of road system (first and second class roads, trails, roads under construction and roads proposed). Shows districts, provincial boundaries, railroads and light house. Sheet No. 5. On sheet 132 x 88 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Bureau of Coast and Geodetic Survey, Manila.

Northern Luzon, Philippine Islands, Southern sheet, 1:200 000, 1935 (Item 134) - Folder 7

Map of Northern Luzon, Philippine Islands, showing details of road system (first and second class roads, trails, roads under construction and roads proposed). Shows districts, provincial boundaries, railroads and light house. Sheet No. 4. On sheet 133 x 97 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Bureau of Coast and Geodetic Survey, Manila.

Philippine Islands: physical - economic - political, 1:1 600 000, 1927 (Item 135) - Folder 7

Map of the Philippine Islands showing terrain, provincial boundaries and capitals. Inset maps show types of produce: corn, rice, coconut palms, sugar cane, abaca. Notes on main map of where fish, timber, pearl, copra, trepang, shark fins, tobacco, cattle, etc. can be found. On sheet 132 x 94 cm.

Creator / Publisher

John Bach and Hugo Miller, Manila.

Forest map of the Philippine Islands, 1:1 600 000, Dec. 1934 (Item 136) - Folder 7

Forest map of the Philippine Islands showing Forest Districts, types of forest and soil (commercial forest, cultivated land, open land, swamp land, unexplored land, etc.) as well as sawmills (with indications of whether they are in operation, shut down, band mills or circular mills). On sheet 132 x 93 cm.

Creator / Publisher

Compiled from the latest official data under the direction of Arthur F. Fisher, Director of Forestry. Manila, P.I.


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