International Boundary Commission Triangular and Traverse Sketches
International Boundary Commission Triangular and Traverse Sketches 1931 Antique Geography Canada United States Color Maps Plates Portfolio. Author-Signed Ogilvie Van Wagenen Report Upon the Demarcation of The Boundary 1931 Antique United States Canadian History International Boundary Commission Color Fold-Out Maps 1931 Signed by both the Britannic Majesty’s Commissioner Noel J Ogilvie and the United States Commissioner James H VanWagenen. Triangulation and Traverse Sketches to Accompany the Commissioners' Report on the Reestablishment of the International Boundary from the North-westernmost Point of Lake of the Woods to Lake Superior, Signed at Washington, October 27, 1931 E. C. Barnard, E. Lester Jones, James H. Van Wagenen, J. D. Craig, J. J. McArthur, Noel J. Ogilvie, O. H. Tittmann, W. F. King Government Printing Office. Washington, D. C. 1931. This volume is bound in green cloth with gilt lettering and pictorial design to the front cover, and gilt lettering to the spine. The volume displays very faint moisture markings, light bumps at the corners, and slight rubbing to the exterior. This work is bound as a portfolio, with a folder on the interior containing loose plates, as issued. The folder displays faint scattered smudges. This volume is complete, with an index sheet and forty plates--labeled A-D, then 1-36--of color maps. The plates are clean, bright, and in great condition. Joint Report Upon the Survey and Demarcation of the Boundary Between the United States and Canada from the North westernmost Point of Lake of the Woods to Lake Superior E. C. Barnard, E. Lester Jones, James H. Van Wagenen, J. D. Craig, J. J. McArthur, Noel J. Ogilvie, O. H. Tittmann, W. F. King Government Printing Office Washington, D. C. 621 pages. This volume is signed by British Commissioner Noel J. Ogilvie and U. S. Commissioner James H. Van Wagenen on page III, page 187, and page 188. The work is bound in half leather with green cloth boards, gilt lettering and pictorial design to the front cover, gilt lettering and decoration to the spine, and five raised bands. This volume displays external wear, with rubbing to the covers and edges, light fading to the spine, and a large ripple in the cloth on the rear cover. The binding is sound, and the hinges have been reinforced with cloth. The volume is adorned with marbled endpapers. The volume is internally clean and bright, with photo illustrations and three-fold-out maps, two of which are in color. A crease appears in the bottom corner of pages 573-584. This volume contains the indices. It is almost impossible to find these two volumes together signed and in such amazing condition. This is a heavy item please ask for a shipping quote!