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Two copies of a map of Cambridge.

'Map of Cambridge in the vicinity of Harvard University'


Scale: 1 inch to 600 feet

On the reverse, map of 'Harvard University Cambridge, Mass.' (1 inch to 200 feet).

.1 One copy; 43.4 x 35.4 cm

.2 One copy; 43.3 x 35.4 cm


Nine pages with reproductions of a model for a new building, and of display cabinets and exhibits of the Field Museum of Natural History at Chicago.


From 'Reports, PI.'

All sheets rubber-stamped with 'Station Zoologique de Cette'.


'Historical Chicago, as depicted in mural painting executed by Lawrence C. Earle, Main Banking-Room, the Chicago National Bank.'

Two pages with reproductions of murals, mounted on one sheet.

Page 1:
'The Winter Quarters of Father Marquette 1674.'
'The First Fort Dearborn, built in 1803.'
'The Kinzie House, near Fort Dearborn, 1804.'
'The Last Council of the [B]ottawatomies, 1833.'

Page 2:
'The Chicago River, near Wolf Point, 1833.'
'The First Bridge Across Chicago River, 1834.'
'The First Grain Elevator in Chicago, 1838.'
'The Great Flood in the Chicago River 1849.'

From 'The Inland Architect'.

Earle, Lawrence Carmichael, 1845-1921, painter


Four pages with perspective drawings of the 1909 Chicago Plan by Daniel Hudson Burnham, mounted on 1 sheet.

  • 'CXXVIII. Chicago. Proposed Plaza on Michigan Avenue West of the Field Museum of Natural History in Grant Park, Looking East from the corner of Jackson Boulevard.'
  • CVII. Chicago. View looking North on the South Branch of the Chicago River, showing the suggested arrangement of streets and ways for teaming and reception of freight by boat, at different levels.'
  • 'CXXI. Chicago. Proposed Twelfth Street Boulevard at its intersections with Michigan Avenue and Ashend Avenue.'
  • 'LI. Chicago. View looking south over the lagoons of the proposed park for the south shore.' 'LIIC. Section through the Park proposed for the South shore.'

'Copyright , 1909, Commercial Club Chicago.'

Jules Guerin after Daniel Hudson Burnham.

Guérin, Jules, 1866-1946, painter


Reproduction of a drawing, produced for fund raising purposes, explanatory text on the reverse.

'Bahai Temple - designed by Louis Bourgeois, To be built near Chicago, Ill.'

'Louis Bourgeois, Architect, 1920' signed bottom right corner of original image.

Louis Bourgeois.

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