ANN: Free copy: Imago Mundi reprint from 1966 Cruz Cano's map of South America, Madrid, 1775

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Would anyone like a copy of an Imago Mundi paper bound reprint from 1966?  
 
OCLC no. 24947733
Cruz Cano's map of South America, Madrid, 1775 : its creation, adversities and rehabilitation / Thomas R. Smith
pages 49-78 : illustrations ; 28 cm
"Reprint from Imago Mundi : a review of early cartography ..."--Cover.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Angie Cope 
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Hi Angie I’d love one of it’s still available? My email is inspiritcartographics@mail.com if you want to get in touch.

Warm regards,
Jennifer

The link does not provide information on how to actually access the offer.

Anyone interested in delving deeper into this topic might like to know that Kenneth Spencer Research Library's Special Collections at the University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS holds the papers and correspondence of Thomas Russell Smith (late professor of geography) at call number MS 288 (link to finding aid): http://hdl.handle.net/10407/4027303785 ). This collection includes research correspondence and notes for his article. The original examples of maps by Juan de la Cruz Cano y Olmedilla that inspired T.R. Smith's research are also held in Special Collections at call numbers Orbis Maps 1:186 a & b and call number N5. Since I have retired and am no longer at Spencer Research Library, questions about access to this material should be emailed to: ksrlref@ku.edu.

Karen S. Cook

Thanks for the info Karen!! Such a great resource to know about. I'm going to contact them and see if they want some reprints.

Hi Angie,

I’m also interested – if still available?

Best wishes, Tim (tim.fransen@map-of-essex.uk)

My email is in the original post. If you want a copy, email your address to me.