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Gray's Atlas Map of Washington. Engraved by Ormando Willis Gray, 1874.

A Guide to D.C. Maps in the Special Collections Research Center Special Collections Research Center Gelman Library, Suite 704 Phone: 202-994-7549 Email: [email protected] http://www.gelman.gwu.edu/collections/SCRC

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 1600-1699 ........................................................................................................... 3 1700-1799 ........................................................................................................... 3 1800-1849 ........................................................................................................... 4 1850-1899 ........................................................................................................... 6 1900-1949 ......................................................................................................... 17 1950-PRESENT................................................................................................... 24 BOOKS .............................................................................................................. 33

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1600-1699 1630 - Nova Virginiae Tabula. Amsterdam: Ex Officina Guiljelmi Blaeuw, 1630. Call Number: Special Collections G 3880 1630.N68 1631 - Nova Virginiae Tabula. Amsterdam: Mercator, 1632. Call Number: Special Collections G 3880 1632.N68 1646 - Dudley, Robert, Sir. Carta Particolare della Virginia Vecchia e Nuoua: la Longitune Comica da l'Isola di Picco di Asores: d'America Carta, III. Firenze: F. Onofri, 1646. Call Number: Special Collections G 3880 1646.D82

1700-1799 1775 - Fry, Joshua. A Map of the Most Inhabited Part of Virginia, Containing the Whole Province of Maryland with Part of Pensilvania, New Jersey and North Carolina. London: Printed for R. Sayer & T. Jefferys, 1775. Call Number: Special Collections G 3880 1775.F71 1791- L'Enfant, Pierre Charles. Plan of the City Intended for the Permanent Seat of the Government of t[he] United States: Projected Agreeable to the Direction of the President of the United States, in Pursuance of an Act of Congress, Passed the 16th Day of July, 1790, "Establishing the Permanent Seat on the Bank of the Potowmac". Washington: U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1887. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1791.L46 1887 1792 - Ellicott, Andrew. Plan of the City of Washington. Philadelphia: s.n., 1792. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1792.E43 1793 - A Description of the Situation and Plan of the City of Washington, in the District of Columbia, in North America, Now Building for the Metropolis of the United States. London: s.n., 1793. Call Number: Special Collections F 197.D47 1793 Baker, B. Plan of the City of Washington: Now Building for the Metropolis of America, and established as the Permanent Residence of Congress after the Year 1800. London: Bent, 1793. Shows major street names.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1793.B34

DC MAPS 4 Plan of the City of Washington. London: J. Good, 1793. Shows the names of a few lettered streets; no streets shown in Georgetown.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1793.P52 Robert de Vaugondy, Gilles. Carte de la Virginie et du Maryland. Paris: s.n., 1793. Call Number: Special Collections G 3880 1755.R62 1793 DD 1795 - Russell, John. Plan of the City of Washington, in the Territory of Columbia, Ceded by the States of Virginia and Maryland to the United States of America, and by them Established as the Seat of Government, after the Year 1800. London: W. Winterbotham, 1795. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1795.R8 Reid, John. Plan of the City of Washington in the Territory of Columbia: Ceded by the States of Virginia and Maryland to the United Stated of America and by Them Established as the Seat of Their Government, after the Year 1800. New York: I. Reid, L. Wayland, and C. Smith, 1795. Shows block numbers and proposed government buildings.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1795.R41 CC 1796 - Dermott, James Reed. The Red Shade, shews the part of Port Royal, belonging to Mess'rs. Sands and Lynch: City of Washington June 8th, 1796. s.l.: s.n., 1796. Shows blocks 366-563, situated between north K and north O Streets, including part of New York, New Jersey and Massachusetts Avenues.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1796.D46 Soars, Frances Leota. An 18th century map of George-town on Potomack. Washington: National Society of Colonial Dames of America in the District of Columbia, 1934. Call Number: Special Collections G 3854.G4 1796.S62 1934

1800-1849 1820 - A Correct Map of the City of Washington: Capital of the United States of America, Lat. 38"53 N. Long. 0"0. Washington: Peter Force, 1820. Includes inset views of the west front of the Capitol and north front of the President’s home.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1820.C67 CC

DC MAPS 5 1822 - Geographical, Statistical, and Historical Map of the District of Columbia. Philadelphia: H.C. Carey and I. Lea, 1822. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1822.G46 CC 1825 - Buchon, J.A.C. Carte Geographique, Statistique et Historique du District de Colombie. Paris: J. Carez, 1825. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1825.B82 CC 1826 - Farley, John. Map of the Country between Washington and Pittsburgh Referring to the Contemplated Chesapeake and Ohio Canal and its General Route and Profile, October 1826. United States: s.n., 1826. Call Number: Special Collections G 3842.C4 1826.F36 DD 1828 - DeKrafft, F.C. Map of the City of Washington. Washington: John Brannan, 1828. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1828.D45 CC 183? - Turnbull, William. Potomac Aqueduct, Cofferdam for the Northern Abutment. Washington: s.n., 183-. Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.A55 183- .T79 DD 1834 – Mitchell, S. Augustus. Engraved for the Gazeteer of the State of Virginia: Exhibiting its Internal Improvements, Roads, Distances & c. Philadelphia: S.A. Mitchell, 1834. Call Number: Special Collections G 3880 1834.M57 BB 1835 - Bradford, Thomas Gamaliel. District of Columbia. Boston: W.D. Ticknor, 1835. Shows Washington, Alexandria and surrounding areas.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1835.B72 AA Elliot, William. Plan of the City of Washington: Seat of Government of the United States. Washington: s.n., 1835. Shows block numbers, wards, existing and proposed government buildings, and radial distances from Capitol.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1835.E4 CC 1836 – Tanner, Henry Schench. City of Washington. Philadelphia: H. S. Tanner, 1836. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1836.T3 BB

DC MAPS 6 Tanner, Henry. City of Washington. Philadelphia: H.S. Tanner, 1836. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1836.T33 DD

1850-1899 1850 - Mitchell, Samuel Augustus. City of Washington. Philadelphia: Thomas, Cowperthwait, 1850. Shows major street names.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1850.M57 BB 1852 - Maps of the District of Columbia and City of Washington: and Plats of the Squares and Lots of the City of Washington. Washington: A. Boyd Hamilton, 1852. Call Number: Special Collections F 198.M3 f 1853 – J.H. Colton & Co. Delaware and Maryland 1853. New York: J.H. Colton, 1853. Call Number: Special Collections G 3830 1853.J2 BB 1854 - Bohn, Casimir. Map of the City of Washington in the District of Columbia, United States of America. Washington: Casimir Bohn, 1854. Baltimore: Lith. by E. Sachse & Co., 1854. Shows block numbers, wards, and built-up areas.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1854.B6 CC United States Commissioner of Public Buildings. Plan Submitted for the Alteration of the Streets and Ave. around the Capitol: Consequent upon its Extension. Washington: s.n., 1854. Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.U518 G45 1854.U5 AA 1855 - J.H. Colton & Company. Colton's Georgetown and the City of Washington: the Capital of the United States of America. New York: J.H. Colton, 1855. Shows major streets and numbered blocks.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3854 G4 1855.J15 BB J.H. Colton & Company. Georgetown and the City of Washington: The Capital of the United States of America. New York: J.H. Colton, 1855. Call Number: Special Collections G 3854.G4 1855.J2 CC

DC MAPS 7 Map of the City of Washington: established as the permanent seat of government of the United States of America. Washington: D. McClelland, 1855. Includes major street names and block numbers.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1855.M36 CC 1856 - Clark, Edward. Design for the New Jail for the District of Columbia. Philadelphia: P.S. Duval & Sons, 1856. Shows front elevation and ground plan of the first story.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.J3 1856.C42 DD 1858 - Meigs, Montgomery Cunningham. Map of the Potomac River about the Great Falls: Shewing the Works of the Washington Aquaduct. Washington: s.n., 1858. Call Number: Special Collections G 3792.P6 1858.M44 BB 186? – Starbuck, C.C. Plan of Foundry Site: Washington, D.C. Washington: s.n., 186-. Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.F68 186-.S7 DD 1861 - Andrews, C.H. Birdseye View of the City of Washington, with the Capitol in the Foreground. London: Illustrated London News, 1861. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.A3 1861.A52 CC Map of the City of Washington in the District of Columbia: United States of America. Washington: C. Bonn, 1861. Includes major street names and block numbers.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1861.M36 CC Magnus, Charles. Topographical Map of Virginia between Washington and Manassas Junction. New York: Chs. Magnus, 1861. Call Number: Special Collections G 3880 1861.M33 AA 1862 - Bowen & Co. Map of the Field Operations of the Army of Virginia during the Months of July and August 1862. Washington: s.n., 1862. Call Number: Special Collections G 3881.S5 1862.B68 CC General Birds-Eye View of Washington and the Vicinity, Showing the Forts, Camps, Railroads, Rivers, Etc. New York: Harper, 1862. Call Number: Special Collections G3851.A3 1862.G45 CC

DC MAPS 8 United States Coast Survery. Potomac River (in four sheets): Sheet No. 1, from Entrance to Piney Point. Washington : The Survey, 1862. Call Number: Special Collections G 3792.P6 P5 1862.U52 United States Coast Survey. Potomac River (in four sheets): Sheet No. 2, from Piney Point to Lower Cedar Point. Washington : The Survey, 1862. Call Number: Special Collections G 3792.P6 P5 1862.U53 United States Coast Survey. Potomac River (in four sheets): Sheet No. 3, from Piney Point to Lower Cedar Point. Washington : The Survey, 1862. Call Number: Special Collections G 3792.P6 P5 1862.U54 United States Coast Survey. Potomac River (in four sheets): Sheet No. 2, from Piney Point to Lower Cedar Point. Washington : The Survey, 1862. Call Number: Special Collections G 3792.P6 P5 1862.U55 1863 - United States Coast Survey. Potomac River (in four sheets): Sheet No. 3, from Lower Cedar Point to Indian Head. Washington: The Survey, 1863. Call Number: Special Collections G 3792.P6 P5 1863.U54 1864 - Map of the City of Washington: Established as the Permanent Seat of Government of the United States of America. Washington: C. Bonn, 1864. Includes major street names and block numbers.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1855.M36 1864 United States Coast Survey. Potomac River (in four sheets): Sheet No. 4, from Indian Head to Georgetown. Washington: The Survey, 1864. Call Number: Special Collections G 3792.P6 P5 1864.U5 1865 - United States Coast Survey. Defenses of Washington: Map of the Ground of Occupation and Defense of the Division of the U.S. Army in Virginia in Command of Brig. Gen. Irvin McDowell. Washington: War Records Office, 1865. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.S5 1865.U54 CC 1866 - Gamble, W. H. Plan of the City of Washington, the Capitol of the United States of America. Philadelphia: S. Augustus Mitchell, 1866. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1866.G35 BB

DC MAPS 9 1867- Johnson, A. J. Johnson’s Georgetown and the City of Washington: The Capital of the United States of America. New York: A.J. Johnson, 1867. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1867.J6 BB 1868 - Johnson, A.J. Johnson’s Washington and Georgetown. New York: A. J. Johnson, 1868. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1868.J65 BB Map of the City of Washington. Washington: W.H. & O.H. Morrison, 1868. Shows lot numbers and major streets.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1868.M37 DD 1873 - Enthoffer, Joseph. Map of the City of Washington: Showing the Progress of Buildings up to October 1873, Signifying the Buildings up to 1857, Signifying the Buildings Constructed up to Date. Washington: Enthoffer, 1873. Includes major street names and lot numbers.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1873.E57 Tyson, Philip. Map of Maryland and the District of Columbia, Colored to Illustrate the Geological Formations. Baltimore: Stedman, Brown & Lyon, 1873. Call Number: Special Collections G 3841.C5 1873.T87 BB 1874 - Gray, Ormando Willis. Gray’s Atlas Map of Washington. Philadelphia: Stedman, Brown & Lyon, 1874. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1874.G72 BB 1875 – Gray, Ormando. Washington. Philadelphia: O.W. Gray, 1875. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1875.W36 BB 1876 - Gray, Frank A. Maryland, Delaware and the District of Columbia. Philadelphia: O.W. Gray, 1876. Call Number: Special Collections G 3840 1876.G72 BB 1878 – Nicholson, W.L. Post Route Map of the States of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland and of the District of Columbia: With Adjacent Parts of New York, Ohio, Virginia and West Virginia. Washington: Post Office Department, 1878. Call Number: Special Collections G 3791.P8 1878.N52

DC MAPS 10 1880 - Harbors of Washington and Georgetown, D.C.: Showing Proposed Improvement, in General Conformity with the Plan of the Board of Commissioners of 1872, also the Winter Harbor along the Washington Front as Far as it has been Dredged at the Present Date. Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1880. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.P55 1880.H36 AA 1881 - Filling up the Old Canal, Washington, D.C., 1881: To Accompany Report of January 5, 1882. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1882. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.P53 1881.F54 CC 1882 - Davis, Theodore. Our National Capital, Viewed from the South. New York: Harper, 1882. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.A3 1882.D3 DD G.W & C.B. Colton & Co. Colton’s Delaware and Maryland. New York: G.W. & C.B. Colton, 1882. Call Number: Special Collections G 3830 1882.C64 BB Harbors of Washington and Georgetown, D.C.: Map Showing Proposed Improvement. Washington: US Government Printing Office, 1882. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.P55 1882.H36 1884 – District of Columbia Office of the Surveyor. Map of the City of Washington Showing the Public Reservations under Control of the Office of Public Buildings and Grounds. Washington: The Office, 1884. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.G5 1884.D5 CC Greene, Francis Vinton. Topographical Map of the District of Columbia and a Portion of Virginia. Washington: District of Columbia Engineer Commissioner, 1884. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1884.G73 DD Map of a Part of the River Front of the City of Washington D.C.: Showing the Docks between the Foot of D St. S.W. and the Arsenal Grounds, as Constructed up to December 31, 1885. Washington: Office of Public Buildings and Grounds, 1886. Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.S616 1885.S72 AA 1886 - Hains, Peter Conover. Potomac River at Washington, D.C., Map Showing Progress of Work: June 30, 1886. New York: American Graphic Co., 1886. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.P55 1886.H3

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1887 - Gedney, A.G. Map of the City of Washington and Surroundings: Showing Recent Subdivisions. Washington: M.M. Parker, Real Estate and Loan Broker, 1887. Shows land ownership of surrounding areas.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1887.G42 Hains, Peter Conover. Proposed Improvement of James Creek Canal. Washington: United States Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1887. Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.J4 N2 1887.H3 Silversparre, Axel. Map of Washington, D.C. and Environs: With Marginal Numbers and Measuring Tape Attachment for Instantly Locating Points of Interest Within a Radius of Twenty Miles from the Capitol. Washington: R.E. Whitman, 1887. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1887.S54 1888 - Map of the City of Washington. Washington: s.n., 1888. Showing location of fatal cases of zymotic diseases for the year ending June 30, 1888.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E24 S16.M28 DD Lusk, James Loring. Map of the city of Washington Showing the Location of Sewers: October 1st 1888. Washington: s.n., 1888. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.N46 1888.L8 1889 - Map of the City of Washington Showing the Varieties of Street Pavements Laid and under Contract on January 1st, 1889: To Accompany the Annual Report of Cap’t. T.W. Symons, Corps of Engineers, U.S.A. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1889. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.P2 1889.M36 Eastern Branch Bridge, Washington, D.C.: To Accompany Annual Report of June 30, 1889. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1889. Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.A5 1889.E2 DD 1890 - Lusk, J.L. Map of the City of Washington Showing the Location of Sewers: June 30th, 1890. Washington: s.n., 1890. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.N46 1890.L83

DC MAPS 12 Map of the City of Washington for Use of the Engineer Department of the District of Columbia. Washington: Norris Peters Co., 1890. Shows widths of streets and avenues and main sewers, sewage interceptors, drainage, and pumping stations.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1890.M37 Map of the City of Washington Showing Location of Fatal Cases of Lung Diseases for the Year, Ending June 30, 1890. Washington: s.n., 1890. Shows “Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis,” etc. Also shows block numbers.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E51 1890.M28 DD Map of the City of Washington Showing Location of Fatal Cases of Zymotic Diseases for the Year, Ended June 30, 1890. Washington: s.n., 1890. Shows “Typhoid fever,” “Malarial fevers,” etc. Also shows block numbers.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E51 1890.M3 DD Cole, Charles D. Map of the Proposed Main Sewerage and Drainage Works for the Improvement of the Sanitary Condition of the District of Columbia: Project No.1, All Sewage Pumped, Recommended. Washington: U.S. Govt. Printing Office, 1890. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.N46 1890.C637 DD District of Columbia Board of Sanitary Engineers. Profiles of Main Sewers, Project No. 1. Washington: U.S. Govt. Printing Office, 1890. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.N46 1890.D46 DD Lusk, James Loring. Map of the City of Washington Showing the Location of Sewers: June 30th, 1890. Washington: s.n., 1890. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.N46 1890.L83 1891 - Hains, Peter. Map of Anacostia River in the District of Columbia and Maryland. Washington: Corps of Engineers, 1891. Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.A5 N2 1891.H3 DD Map of the City of Washington: Location of Deaths for the Year Ending June 30, 1891. Washington: s.n., 1891. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E51 1891.M29

DC MAPS 13 Map of the City of Washington Showing Location of Fatal Cases of Lung Diseases for the Year Ending June 30, 1891. Washington: s.n., 1891. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E51 1891.M33 Map of the City of Washington Showing Location of Fatal Cases of Zymotic Diseases for the Year Ending June 30, 1891. Washington: s.n., 1891. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E51 1891.M34 Map of the City of Washington Showing Location of Patrol Boxes, Police Stations...Fire Alarm Boxes Needed. Washington: s.n., 1891. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.N4 1891.M34 Map of the City of Washington Showing Location of U.S. Electric Light Co.’s Conduits. Washington: s.n., 1891. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.N4 1891.M35 Map of the City of Washington Showing Location of Underground Conduits...of the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company. Washington: s.n., 1891. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.P94 1891.M3 Map Showing Location of Offices and Lines of the Western Union Telegraph Company in the City of Washington. Washington: s.n., 1891. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.P92 1891.M3 Plan of Proposed Conduit System for Underground Wiring in the District of Columbia. Washington: s.n., 1891. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.N4 1891.P52 1892 - City of Washington: Deaths in Residences within the City Limits from Typhoid Fever and Malarial Diseases 1888 to 1892 Inclusive. Washington: s.n., 1892. Shows district and block numbers and deaths by districts. Includes directory of “Widths of streets and avenues.”

Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E51 1892.C56 Evans & Bartle. District of Columbia. Washington: U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1892. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 S4.U54

DC MAPS 14 Map of the City of Washington Showing Location of Fatal Cases of Zymotic Diseases for the Year Ending June 30, 1892. Washington: Norris Peters Co., 1892. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E511 1892.M3 Rossell, William Trent. Maps Accompanying the Report of the Operations of the Engineer Department of the District of Columbia: For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1891. Washington: G.P.O., 1892. -Statistical map no. 1 showing the valuation of real property as determined by the assessment of 1887, city of Washington. -Statistical map no. 2 showing the street grades. -Statistical map no. 3 showing the varieties of street pavements. -Statistical map no. 4 showing the lines of shade trees. -Statistical map no. 5 showing the location of sewers. -Statistical map no. 6 showing the system of water supply & distribution. -Statistical map no. 7 showing the location of street lamps. -Statistical map no. 8 showing the location of public schools. -Statistical map no. 9 showing the location of the stations of the police and fire departments. -Statistical map no. 10 showing the location of street railways. -Statistical map no. 11 showing the schedule of street sweeping. -Statistical map no. 12 showing the location of underground cables.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.F8 S14.R6 1893 - Cole, Chas. D. Drainage Area of Rock Creek: Within the District of Columbia. Washington: National Lithographing Co., 1893. Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.R6 1893.C65 Drainage Area of Rock Creek: 77 13/100 Sq. Miles = 49,363 Acres. Washington: National Lithographing Co., 1893. Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.R6 1893.D72 BB Lukesh, G.M. Map of the City of Washington Showing Location of Deaths for the Year Ending June 30, 1893. Washington: National Lithographing Co., 1893. Shows lot numbers, widths of streets and avenues.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E51 1893.L84

DC MAPS 15 Lukesh, G.M. Map of the City of Washington Showing Sewers: To Accompany the Annual Report of the Engineer Department, D.C. for the Year Ending June 30, 1893, Correct to June 30, 1893. Washington: National Lithographing Co., 1893. Shows lot numbers, widths of streets and avenues. Brick and pipe sewers shown in red.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1893.L84 Phillips, A.E. Plan for the Improvement of Rock Creek from Massachusetts Avenue to the Potomac River. Washington: National Lithographing Co., 1893. Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.R6 1893.P54 Rand McNally & Co. Map of Washington, D.C. Chicago: Rand McNally, 1893. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1893.R35 1894 - District of Columbia Engineer Department. Map of the City of Washington Showing the Varieties of Street Pavements Laid and under Contract on January 1, 1894: to Accompany the Annual Report of the Engineer Department, D.C., for the Year Ending June 30, 1894. Washington: The Department, 1894. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.P2 1894.D5 District of Columbia Engineer Department. Map of the City of Washington Showing Water Mains: To Accompany the Annual Report of the Engineer Department, D.C., for the Year Ending June 30, 1893. Washington: The Department, 1894. Includes table of “Width of streets and avenues”. Also shows hydrants and block numbers.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.N44 1894.D49 District of Columbia Engineer Department. Map Showing Suburban Subdivisions of the Annual Report of the District of Columbia. Washington: the Department, 1894. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.G46 1894.D5 1895 - Map of the City of Washington Showing the Location of 500 Cases of Typhoid Fever...During the Months of July, August, September, and October, 1895. Washington: s.n., 1895. Also shows block numbers. Includes directory of “Width of streets and avenues.”

Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E51 1895.M36 Washington Aqueduct: Improvement of the Dalecarlia Receiving Reservoir: Plan of the Upper End of the Reservoir and the Works in the Valley of Little Falls Branch. Washington: G.P.O., 1895. Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.W36 1895.W36 AA

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1896 - United Society of Christian Endeavor, Committee of ‘96. Official Map of Washington; Fifteenth International Christian Endeavor Convention, July 8-13, 1896. Washington: The Committee, 1896. Shows street railways and radial distances from the Ellipse.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1896.U5 DD 1897 – Cole, Charles D. Section Showing System of House Plumbing, in the District of Columbia. Washington: Engineer Department, 1897. Call Number: Special Collections G3851.N44 1897.C64 CC Map of the City of Washington Showing Conduits of the Electric Lighting, Telegraph, & Telephone Companies. Washington: s.n., 1897. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.N4 1897.M3 Map of the City of Washington Showing Location of Fatal Cases of Acute Lung Diseases for the Year Ending June 30, 1897. Washington: Norris Peters Co., 1897. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E51 1897.M323 Map of the City of Washington Showing Location of Fatal Cases of Consumption for the Year Ending June 30, 1897. Washington:s.n.,1897. Shows “Typhoid fever” and “Malarial fevers.” Also shows block numbers.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E5 1897.M3 Map of the City of Washington Showing Location of Fatal Cases of Diptheria and Scarlet Fever: Also Number of Cases Thereof Reported to the Health Department During the Year Ending June 30, 1897. Washington: s.n., 1897. Shows “Death from diptheria” and “Deaths from scarlet fever.”

Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E51 1897.M3 Map of the City of Washington Showing Location of Fatal Cases of Zymotic Diseases for the Year Ending June 30, 1897. Washington: Norris Peters Co., 1897. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E51 1897.M32 Map of the City of Washington Showing Location of Fatal Diseases for the Year Ending June 30, 1897. Washington: s.n., 1897. Also shows block numbers.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E51 1897.M34

DC MAPS 17 Map of the City of Washington Showing the Location of Fatal Diseases of Diarrhoeal Diseases for the Year Ending June 30, 1897. Washington: Norris Peters Co., 1897. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E51 1897.M34 1898 - Buck, Leffert Lefferts. Details of Steel Ribs--Melan Arches, Proposed Bridge over Rock Creek, Connecticut Avenue, Washington, D.C. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1898. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.P24 1898.B82 DD 1899 - Map of the National Zoological Park, Washington, D.C., U.S.A. Washington: s.n., 1899. Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.N3 1899.M3 CC

1900-1949 19?? – Accokeek Foundation. Potomac Heritage: Landscapes of the River. Accokeek: Accokeek Foundation, 19--. Call Number: Special Collections G 3792.P6 E63 19--.A22 Ellicott, Andrew. Plan of the City of Washington in the Territory of Columbia: Ceded by the States of Virginia and Maryland to the United States of America, and by Them Established as the Seat of Their Government, After the Year MDCCC. s.l.: s.n., 19--. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1792.E44 1900z DD Gristmills of Maryland and Washington, D.C. United States: s.n., 19--. Call Number: Special Collections G 3841.M8 19--.G74 Kimmel & Foster. Bird’s Eye View of Washington, DC. New York: Kimmel and Foster, 19-. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.A35 18--.B56 1900z CC 1900 – Cole, Chas. Map of the City of Washington Showing Project Re-Arrangement of Water Distribution System. Washington: Norris Peters Co., 1900. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.N44 1900.M31 DD Map of the City of Washington for Use of the Engineer Department of the District of Columbia, 1887: Government Grounds Occupied by Railroad Corporations. Washington: U.S. Gov. Print Office, 1900. Shows block numbers.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1900.M37 DD

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Norris Peters Co. Map of the City of Washington for Use of the Engineer Department of the District of Columbia, 1887: Government Grounds Occupied by Railroad Corporations. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1900. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1900.M37 DD Norris Peters Co. Map of the City of Washington Showing Location of Fatal Cases of…for the Year Ending June 30, 1900. Washington: s.n., 1900. Call Number: Special Collections G 1276.E51 M36 1900 Parsons & Pentecost. Working Plan Showing Approximate Grades and Drains for the Treatment of that Section of the District of Columbia Situated South of Pennsylvania Avenue and North of B Street South West Washington D.C. Washington: Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army, Office of Public Buildings and Grounds, 1900. Shows proposed development in the Mall and along south side of Pennsylvania Avenue.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.M3 N46 1900.P3 1901 - Bingham, Theo. A. Historic Mall Designed by L’Enfant and Approved by Washington: Study for its Realization and Embellishment in Connection with Potomac Park and Memorial Bridge, March 1st 1900. Washington: Corps of Engineers, US Army Office of Public Buildings and Grounds, 1901. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1900.B56 Map of the City of Washington. Washington: Street Cleaning Department, 1901. Shows streets cleaned by hand or machine, sprinkled unimproved streets and public dumps.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.P2 1901.M3 1902 - Arnold, E.G. Topographical Map of the Original District of Columbia and Environs Showing the Fortifications around the City of Washington. Washington: Capital Curio Co., 1902. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.S5 1862.A7 1902 Bingham, Theodore Alfred. Plan for the Improvement of the West Side of Monument Park, 19023. Washington: Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army, Office of Public Buildings and Grounds, 1902. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1902.B56

DC MAPS 19 1903 - Symons, Thomas William. General Plan of the White House, Executive Office and Grounds, Showing the Exterior Changes Made during the Fiscal Year Ending June 30th, 1903. Washington: Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army, Office of Public Buildings and Grounds, 1903. Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.W46 1903.S95 Washington, D.C., 1903. s.l.: s.n. Call Number: Special Collections 3851.A3 1903.W3 DD 1907 - US Naval Observatory. Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1907. Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.U52 1907.U54 BB 1908 - District of Columbia Engineer Department. Map of the Permanent System of Highways, District of Columbia. Washington: Special Booklet Committee, Washington Chamber of Commerce, 1908. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1908.D53 DD Third Section, Permanent System of Highways, District of Columbia. Washington: s.n., 1908. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.G52 1908.T4 U.S. Capitol. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1908. Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.U518 1908.U54 1909 - Matthews-Northrup Company. The “Standard Guide” Ready Reference Map of Washington: To Accompany the “Washington Standard Guide”. Washington: Foster & Reynolds, 1909. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1909.M3 DD 1910 – Elliot, Bert. City of Washington and Suburbs. Washington: Elliot & Stidham, 1010. Call Number: Special Collections Ephemera 101 1911 - George F. Cram Company. Washington, District of Columbia, and its Principal Suburbs. Chicago, Ill.: George F. Cram, 1911. Includes index of suburbs, streets, parks, railway stations, steamboats, buildings, monuments and foreign legations.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1911.G46

DC MAPS 20 1912 - Atkinson, G.W. Sight-Seeing Map of the Historic Potomac River: Points of Interest Visible from Deck or Saloon of the Potomac River Steamers. Washington: G.W. Atkinson, 1912. Call Number: Special Collections G 3792.P6 1912.A84 Matthews-Northrup Company. The “Standard Guide” Up-To-Date Ready Reference Map of Washington: To Accompany the “Washington Standard Guide”. New York: Foster & Reynolds Co., 1920. Includes text, index to points of interest, and illustrations.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1920.M3 DD 1915 – National Geographic Society. The Mall, Washington, D.C.: Plan Showing Building Development to 1915 in Accordance with the Recommendations of the Park Commission of 1901. Washington: National Geographic Society, 1915. Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.M3 G45 1915 CC 1916 – Green, H. H. Bird’s-Eye Picture of the City of Washington: The Capital of Our Country and the Most Popular Tourist Resort. Buffalo: Matthews Northrup Works, 1916. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.A35 1916.G6 DD 1917 – Marshall, R.B. Washington and Vicinity. Washington: Geological Survey, 1917. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1915.G46 1917 1920 – Matthews-Northrup Company. The “Standard Guide” Up-To-Date Ready Reference Map of Washington: To Accompany the “Washington Standard Guide.” New York: Foster & Reynolds Co., 1920. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1920.M3 DD 1921 - Olsen, William. Washington, the Beautiful Capital of the Nation. Washington: Olsen, 1921. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.A3 1921.O4 Points of Interest in Washington, D.C.: During the Conference on Limitation of Armaments, November 11, 1921. Washington: U.S. Geological Survey, 1921. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E635 1921.G46 DD 1923 - Self-Directing Map of Washington, D.C. : With Complete Index to Streets, Government Buildings, Statues and Memorials, Embassies and Legations, Office Buildings, Selected Hotels, Amusements, Etc. Washington: C.C. Weaverling and M.F. Connors, 1923. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1923.S44 BB

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Virginia-Maryland, Mt. Vernon Sheet: Reconnaissance Map. Washington: Geological Survey, 1923. Call Number: Special Collections G 3884.M68 1923.G46 CC 1924 - Rand McNally and Company. Seeing Washington by Trolley: How to Reach Trolley Points of Interest in the National Capital. Washington: Capital Traction Co., Washington Ry. & Electric Co., 1924. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851 .P1 1924 .R36 BB 1927 – Boss and Phelps. Foxhall Village, Washington, D.C. Washington: Boss and Phelps, 1927. Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.F692 1927.F69 Rand McNally and Company. Rand McNally Standard Map of Washington, D.C. Chicago: Rand-McNally & Co., 1927. Shows streetcar lines.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1927.R3 DD 1929 – American Automobile Association. Special AAA Inaugural Map of Washington, D.C.: Showing Main Routes, Temporary Congested Area, Parking Space on Federal Territory and Information on Public Buildings. Washington: The Association, 1929. Call Number: Special Collections Ephemera 32 193? - Bower, Robert Fay. Bower’s Map of Washington and Environs. Washington: Robert Fay Bower, between 1931 and 1940. Includes street index.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1931.B68 1933 – Clark, George and B.S. Elliot. Rock Creek Park, Washington, D.C. Washington: Office of Public Buildings and Public Parks of the National Capital, 1933. Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.R6 1933.U5 Handkerchief Map of Washington to Aid George Washington Memorial Parkway. Washington: s.n., 1933. Call Number: Special Collections Ephemera 385

DC MAPS 22 1934 – Soars, Frances. An 18th Century Map of George-town on Potomack. Washington: National Society of Colonial Dames of the America in the District of Columbia, 1934. Call Number: Special Collections G 3854.G4 1796.S62 1934 1937 - Federal Writers’ Project. Map of the District of Columbia. Washington: Works Progress Administration, Federal Writers’ Project, 1937. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1937.F4 1938 – Baker, Susan and Roberta Tull. A Romance Map of the City of Washington. Chicago: Rand McNally and Co., 1938. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.A5 1938.B24 DD National Geographic Society. Historic and Scenic Reaches of the Nation’s Capital. Washington: The Society, 1938. Call Number: Special Collections G 3791.S1 1938.N3 1939 - Jalickee, Jack. Trails of the Potomac Valley: Chain Bridge to Great Falls. Washington: s.n., 1939. Call Number: Special Collections G 3792.P6 E63 1939.J34 1941 – Stratton, M. B. Rock Creek Park, Washington, D.C. Washington: National Park Service, 1941. Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.R6 1941.U5 CC 1942 - Capital Transit Company. Guide Map, Capital Transit Street Car and Bus Lines, Washington. Washington: Capital Transit Company, 1942. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.P1 1942.C37 1945 – G. Wm. Baist’s Sons. Baist’s Real Estate Atlas of Surveys of Washington, District of Columbia: Complete in Four Volumes. Philadelphia: G. Wm. Baist’s Sons, 1945-1950. Call Number: Special Collections G 1275.B2 1945 ff Maryland-District of Columbia Anacostia Quadrangle: 7 ½ Minute Series. Washington: Geological Survey, 1945. Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.A4 1945.G46 CC Maryland-District of Columbia, Washington East Quadrangle: 7 ½ Minute Series. Washington: Geological Survey, 1945. Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.E2 1945.G46 CC

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Rand McNally and Company. Washington, D.C.: Featuring Points of Interest, Parks and Principal Buildings. Chicago: Rand McNally, 1945. Call Number: Special Collections G3851.E635 1945.R35 AA Virginia-District of Columbia-Maryland, Alexandria Quadrangle: 7 ½ Minute Series. Washington: Geological Survey, 1945. Call Number: Special Collections G 3884.A3 1945.G46 CC 1946 – B.S. Reynolds Company. New Tourist Map of Washington, District of Columbia. Washington: B.S. Reynolds Co., 1946. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E635 1946.B2 CC Capital Transit Company. Guide Map, Capital Transit Street Car and Bus Lines, Washington: June 1, 1946. Washington: Capital Transit Company, 1946. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.P1 1946.C37 1947 - United States Army Map Service. Washington, United States. Washington: The Service, 1947. Shows roads and railroads.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1947.U54 1948 - National Geographic Society (U.S.) Map Division. A Pocket Map of Central Washington, District of Columbia. Washington: The Society, 1948. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1948.N38 National Geographic Society (U.S.) Map Division. A Pocket Map of Suburban Washington, D.C., Maryland & Virginia National Geographic Society. Washington: The Society, 1948. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1948.N38 1949 – Army Map Service. Anacostia. Washington: The Service, 1949. Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.A4 1949.U54 Shosteck, Robert. Trails of the Potomac Valley: Chain Bridge to Great Falls. Silver Spring: s.n., 1949. Call Number: Special Collections G 3792.P6 1949.S5

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1950-PRESENT 1950 - Capital Transit Company. Capital Transit Guide Map, Washington, D.C., Street Car & Bus Lines. Washington: Capital Transit Co., 1950. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.P1 1950.C3 Greater National Capital Committee. Highlights of the Nation’s Capital. Washington: Greater national Capital Committee, 1950. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E635 1950.G73 1954 – Baist, Robert. Baist’s Real Estate Atlas of Surveys of Washington, District of Columbia: Complete in Four Volumes. Philadelphia: R.H. Baist, 1954-1959. Call Number: Special Collections G 1275.B25 1954 ff General Drafting Company, Inc. Washington, D.C., and Vicinity, Road Map and Visitor’s Guide. New York: Esso Standard Oil Company, 1954. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1954.G4 1956 – Darley, James. Round about the Nation’s Capital, with Descriptive Notes. Washington: National Geographic Society, 1956. Call Number: Special Collections G 3790 1956.N3 Washington East Quadrangle, Maryland-District of Columbia: 7.5 Minute Series (Topographic). Washington: Geological Survey, 1956. Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.E2 1956.G46 DD 1959 – The Headway Recorder: August 1959. Washington: Electric Railroaders’ Association, Washington Division, 1959. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.P1 1932.H42, 1959 CC 196? – Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, District of Columbia and Maryland. Washington: National Park Service, 196-. Call Number: Special Collections G 3842.C4 196-.U5 BB District Communities: Place Names. Washington: 196-. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.F7 196-.D57

DC MAPS 25 Publishers Company. Washington, D.C. Street Map and Lodging Guide: With Major Points of Interest. Washington: Washington Convention & Visitors Bureau, between 1964 and 1968. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E635 196-.P82 CC 1960 - District of Columbia Surveyor’s Office. Map of the Permanent System of Highways, District of Columbia. Washington: The Surveyor, 1960. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1960.D52 1961 - The Headway Recorder: October 1961. Washington: National Capital Press, 1961. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.P1 1937.H42 1961 CC Prince Lithograph Co. Washington. Arlington: Tourist Map of Washington, 1961. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E635 1961.P7 1962 – American Automobile Association. Visitors Map of Washington, D.C. Washington: Washington Convention and Visitors Bureau, 1962. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E635 1962.A43 DD D.C. Transit System Inc. D.C. Transit System, Inc. Guide Map, Washington, D.C.: Transit Lines. Washington: The System, 1962. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.P1 1962.D2 General Drafting Company. Washington, D.C., Map and Visitor’s Guide: Happy Motoring. New York: Humble Oil & Refining Co., 1962. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1962.G41 AA Geological Survey. Park System of the National Capital and Environs: Under Jurisdiction of National Park Service Region Six, United States Department of the Interior: Map A. Washington; The Survey, 1962. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.G52 1962.G46 Walker Lith. & Pub. Co. Automobile Map of Washington District. Washington: s.n. 1962. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.P1 1909.W34 1962 BB Williams and Heintz Map Collection. Map Showing Location of Public School Building 1962. Washington: William & Heintz, 1962. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E68 1962.W54

DC MAPS 26 1963 - Diversified Map Corporation. Metropolitan Washington. St. Louis: Diversified Map Corp., 1963. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1963.D58 Prince Lithograph Co. Tourist Map of Washington, the Nation’s Capital: latest Visitors’ Map in Full Color Showing Points of Interest…Tennis Courts: A Complete Visitors’ Map, Easy to Follow. Arlington: Prince Lithograph Co., 1963. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E635 1963.P7 DD 1964 – Fairfax County Industrial Development Authority. Washington Metropolitan Area. Springfield: The Authority, 1964. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1962.F34 1964 1965 - Air Survey Corporation. The Nation’s Capital, Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Area. Washington: D.C. Department of Highways and Traffic, 1965. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1965.A3 1966 - H.M. Gousha Company. Street Map of Washington, D.C. and Vicinity. New York: Shell, 1966. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1966.H2 1967 - Williams and Heintz Map Collection. Map Showing Location of Public School Building 1967. Washington: William & Heintz, 1967. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E68 1967.W54 DD Stefanoff, Snejinka. Future Washington. Washington: Geographic Art Division, National Geographic Society, 1967. Includes index to existing, planned, under construction, and proposed buildings and sites.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.A3 1967.S8 1968 - 1968 Map of the District of Columbia. Washington: Office of Planning, Data Management Division, 1992. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.F7 1992.A15 AA Air Survey Corporation. Washington Metropolitan Area. Washington: Transportation Planning Board, 1968. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 S36.A31

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Alexandria Drafting Company. Alexandria Drafting Company’s Street Map of Washington, D.C. and Vicinity. Alexandria: The Company, 1968. Call Number: Special Collections G 1275.A4 1968 Baist, Robert. Baist’s Real Estate Atlas of Survey of Washington, District of Columbia. Hatboror: R.H. Baist, 1968. Call Number: Special Collections G 1275.B2 1968 ff D.C. Federation of Civic Associations. Washington: National Capital Planning Commission, 1968. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E624 1968.U54 General Drafting Company, Inc. Washington, D.C. Map and Visitor’s Guide. Convent Station: General Drafting Co., 1968. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1968.G45 Williams and Heintz Map Corporation. Map Showing Location of Public School Building 1967: Secondary School Boundaries 1968-1969. Washington: Williams & Heintz, 1968. Shows locations of public school buildings in the District of Columbia, and secondary school boundaries for the District.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E68 1968.W54 CC Williams and Heintz Map Corporation. Map Showing Location of Public School Building 1967: Senior High School Boundaries 1968-1969. Washington: William & Heintz, 1968. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E68 1968.W543 BB 1969 - Rand McNally and Company. Washington, DC Street Map. Pittsburg: Gulf, 1969. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.P2 1969.R3 1970 – Currier & Ives. The City of Washington. Birds-Eye View from the Potomac, Looking North. New York: Historic Urban Plans, 1970. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.A3 1892.C8 1970 1971 – Alexandria Quadrangle, Virginia-District of Columbia-Maryland: 7.5 Minute Series (Topographic). Washington: Geological Survey, 1971. Call Number: Special Collections G 3884.A3 1971.G46 DD

DC MAPS 28 Anacostia Quadrangle, Maryland-District of Columbia: 7.5 Minute Series (Topographic). Washington: Geological Survey, 1971. Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.A4 1971.G46 DD Proposed Urban Design Concepts. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1971. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.G45 1971.U5 DD United States National Capital Planning Commission. Architectural and Land Use Study: Washington. Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1971. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.G4 1971.U5 DD 1972 - National Capital Housing Authority. Public Housing. Washington: The Authority, 1972. Shows name and number of units for each housing project.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E73 1972.N37 1973 – Landmarks of the National Capital, Designated by the Joint Committee on Landmarks of the National Capital as of August 28, 1973. Washington: National Capital Planning Commission, 1973. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.G52 1973.U5 Washington, D.C., 1973. s.l.: s.n., 1973. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.A3 1973.W3 DD 1974 – Annotated Orthophoto Map, 1970, Washington Urban Area, DC, MD, and VA. Washington: U.S. Geological Survey, 1974. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.A4 1970.U5 Census tracts, 1970, Washington Urban Area, D.C., MD, and VA. Washington: U.S. Geological Survey, 1974. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E25 1970.U5 Comprehensive Plan for the National Capital, General Land Use Objectives: 1970/1985. Washington: National Capital Planning Commission, 1974. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.G45 85.U5

DC MAPS 29 Comprehensive Plan for the National Capital, Major Thoroughfare Plan. Washington: National Capital Planning Commission, 1974. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.P2 1974.U51 Comprehensive Plan for the National Capital, Mass Transportation Plan. Washington: National Capital Planning Commission, 1974. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.P33 1974.U5 Comprehensive Plan for the National Capital, Parks and Recreation Facilities Diagram No. 1, National Open Space System 1970/1985. Washington: National Capital Planning Commission, 1974. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.G52 1985.U52 John Wiebenson & Associates. Official Bicentennial Washington Picture Maps. Washington: Washington Books, 1975. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E635 1975.J6 Land Use Map, 1970, Washington Urban Area, DC, MD, and VA. Washington: U.S. Geological Survey, 1974. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.G4 1970.U5 Rand McNally & Co. Baltimore, Washington, D.C. and Vicinity. Chicago: Gulf Oil Corporation, 1974. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1974.R35 Urban Atlas, Tract Data for Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: Washington, D.C., MD, VA. Washington: Bureau of the Census, 1974. Call Number: Special Collections G 1277.W3 E25 U5 1974 ff 1976 - District of Columbia Office of Transportation Policies and Plans. Washington, D.C. & the Metropolitan Area. Washington: Department of Transportation, 1976. Shows the Metrorail system.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1976.D5 Washington Area Convention and Visitors Bureau. Welcome to Washington, D.C. Washington: The Bureau, 1976. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E635 1976.W37 CC

DC MAPS 30 1978 – Comprehensive Plan for the National Capital, Mass Transportation Plan. Washington: National Capital Planning Commission, 1978. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.P33 1978.U5 General Drafting Company, Inc. Washington, DC Map and Visitor’s Guide. Convent Station: General Drafting Co., 1978. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1978.G45 Passonneau, Joseph. The Mall—Washington’s Monumental Core 1987. Washington: National Capital Planning Commission, 1978. Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.M3 A3 1978.P3 CC WMATA. Metro Service. Washington: WMATA Office of Community Service, 1978. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.P33 1978.W3 DD 1979 - American Automobile Association. Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia. Falls Church: The Association, 1979. Call Number: Special Collections G 3791.P2 1984.A51 DD Anacostia Quadrangle, District of Columbia-Maryland: 7.5 Minute Series (Topographic). Reston: Geological Survey, 1979. Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.A4 1979.G46 DD The Potomac River and the C & O Canal. Rockville: Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin, 1979. Call Number: Special Collections G 3709.32.P6 I57 1982 Washington East Quadrangle, District of Columbia—Maryland: 7.5 Minute Series (Topographic). Reston: Geological Survey, 1979. Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.E2 1979.G46 DD 1980 – Washington Metropolitan Area 1980 Census Tracts: Inside Beltway. Washington: Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, 1980. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E25 198.M24 Washington West Quadrangle, District of Columbia-Maryland-Virginia: 7.5 Minute Series. Reston: Geological Survey, 1980. Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.W4 1980.G46 DD

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1981 - Alexandria Drafting Company. Lusk’s Washington, D.C., Historic Preservation Map: Landmarks of the National Capital as Designated by the Joint Committee on Landmarks of the National Capital. Washington: Rufus S. Lusk & Son, 1981. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E635 1981.A4 1982 - Air Survey Corporation of Virginia. Washington Metropolitan Area. Washington: Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, 1982. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 S36.A32 Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin. Potomac. Rockville: The Commission, 1982. Call Number: Special Collections G 3792.P6 E63 1982.I57 National Park Service. Washington DC. Washington: National Park Service, 1982. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.E635 1982.U5 DD 1983 - District of Columbia Office of Planning. District of Columbia Proposed Generalized Land Use Map Prepared (1983-2000). Washington: Government of the District of Columbia, 1983. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.G4 1983.D57 Lasker, Timothy and Toy. Flashmaps! The Instant Guide to Washington. Chappaqua: Flashmaps Publications, 1983. Call Number: Special Collections G 1275.L34 1983 1984 - ADC. Downtown Washington, D.C. Alexandria: ADC, 1984. Call Number: Special Collections G 3651.A15 1984.A31 ADC. Washington DC & Vicinity. Alexandria: ADC, 1984. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1984.A3 f Michael Hertz Associates. Metro System Route Map, D.C.-MD. Washington: WMATA Office of Marketing, 1984. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.P1 1984.M5

DC MAPS 32 Michael Hertz Associates. Metro System Route Map, D.C.-VA. Washington: WMATA Office of Marketing, 1984. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.P1 1984.M51 1985 - Michael Hertz Associates. All about the Metro System: Washington, D.C. Washington: Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, 1985. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.P33 1985.M5 DD United States National Capital Planning Commission. Federal Capital Improvements Program for the national capital region, fiscal years 1985-1989. Washington: National Capital Planning Commission, 1985. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.N23 1989.U5 DD 1986 - Champion Map Corporation. Champion Map of Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area. Daytona Beach: The Corporation, 1986. Call Number: Special Collections G 1275.C52 1986 Michael Hurtz Associates. All about the Metro System: September 1986. Washington: Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, 1986. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.P33 1986.M5 DD United States National Capital Planning Commission. Federal Capital Improvements Program for the Nation Capital Region, Fiscal Years 1982-1986. Washington: National Capital Planning Commission, 1986. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.N23 1986.U5 DD 1987 - Desmond, John. Washington, D.C.: Democracy’s Capitol City. United States: Desmond, 1987. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1987.D47 DD Lasker, Timothy and Toy. Flashmaps, the Instant Guide to Washington. New York: Random House, 1987. Call Number: Special Collections G 1275.L34 1987 United States National Capital Planning Commission. Federal Capital Improvements Program for the Nation Capital Region, Fiscal Years 1983-1987. Washington: National Capital Planning Commission, 1987. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.N23 1987.U5 DD

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1988 - United States National Capital Planning Commission. Federal Capital Improvements Program for the Nation Capital Region, Fiscal Years 1984-1988. Washington: National Capital Planning Commission, 1988. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.N23 1988.U5 DD 1989 - Map of Washington, D.C. Alexandria: ADC, 1989. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 1989.A33 Washington, D.C., 8-31-89. Washington: s.n., 1989. Aerial photograph 1989-located in reading room.

Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.A3 1989.W37 199? - L. B. Prince Co. Street Map of Washington: Including Alexandria, Arlington County, and Parts of Fairfax County, City of Montgomery County, Prince Georges County. Fairfax: L.B. Prince Co., 199-. Call Number: Special Collections G 3850 199-.L5 1990 - United States National Capital Planning Commission. Federal Capital Improvements Program for the National Capital Region, Fiscal Years 1986-1990. Washington: National Capital Planning Commission, 1990. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.N23 1990.U5 DD 1993 – Joseph Passonneau and Partners. Monumental Center of Washington, D.C. Washington: s.n., 1993. Call Number: Special Collections G 3851.G4 1993.J6 1999 - Hawkins, Don. Potomac River in Washington Area. Washington: s.n., 1999. Call Number: Special Collections G 3792.P6 1999.H38 BB

BOOKS Dermott, James. First Maps of Washington, D.C. Washington: U.S. Dept of Commerce, Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1968. Call Number: Special Collections F 195.U5 1968

DC MAPS 34 Goode, James and Laura Schiavo. Washington Images: Rare Maps and Prints from the Albert H. Small Collection. Washington: Historical Society of Washington, DC, 2004. Call Number: Special Collections F 195 L’Enfant’s 1791 Manuscript Plan for the City of Washington: Full-Color Facsimile & ComputerAssisted Reproduction. Washington: Library of Congress, 1991. Call Number: Special Collections F 195.L47 1991 Marjec, Inc. Capital Beltway: Guide and Atlas. Olney: Marjec, Inc., 1972. Call Number: Special Collections G 3852.C3 M3 1972 Miller, Iris. Washington in Maps, 1606-2000. New York: Rizzoli, 2002. Call Number: Special Collections G 1276.S1 M54 2002 Passonneau, Joseph. Washington through Two Centuries: A History in Maps and Images. New York: Monacelli Press, 2004. Call Number: Special Collections F 194.P36 2004 f Phillips, Philip. Maps and Views of Washington and District of Columbia. Norwich: Terra Nova Press, 1996. Call Number: Special Collections Z 6027.U52 W187 1996

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