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My head is a map : essays & memoirs in honour of R. V. Tooley / edited by Helen Wallis and Sarah Tyacke
Bib ID 1700125
Format BookBook
Description London : Francis Edwards and Carta Press, 1973 
xvi, 148 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. 
Full contents
  • List of publications by R. V. Tooley (p. xv-xvi)
  • Wallis, H. The map collections of the British Museum Library.
  • Verner, C. Engraved title-plates for the folio atlases of John Seller.
  • Gardiner, R. A. Some lesser men.
  • Tyacke, S. Map-sellers and the London map trade c1650-1710.
  • Campbell, T. The Drapers' Company and its school of seventeenth century chart-makers.
  • Smet, A. de John Dee et sa place dans l'histoire de la cartographie.
  • Laor, E. Memoirs of a map-collector.
  • Stockwell, R. R. V. Tooley: an appreciation.
 
Notes

English or French.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Tooley, R. V. - (Ronald Vere), - 1898-  |  Cartography - England.  |  Map collections - England.
Other authors/contributors Tooley, R. V. (Ronald Vere), 1898-1986  |  Wallis, Helen, ed  |  Tyacke, Sarah, ed

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