Raised relief map

Front view of raised relief map showing the printed area. Front view of raised relief map showing the raised design. Front view of raised relief map showing the raised design. Front view of raised relief map showing the raised design. Side view of raised relief map showing the raised design. Close view of raised relief map showing the raised detail. Rear view of raised relief map showing the underside of the map. Rear view of raised relief map showing the underside of the map. Close view of raised relief map showing the underside of the map.
Front view of raised relief map showing the printed area. Front view of raised relief map showing the raised design. Front view of raised relief map showing the raised design. Front view of raised relief map showing the raised design. Side view of raised relief map showing the raised design. Close view of raised relief map showing the raised detail. Rear view of raised relief map showing the underside of the map. Rear view of raised relief map showing the underside of the map. Close view of raised relief map showing the underside of the map.

Description

A vacuum formed raised relief map of Salt Lake City, USA prepared by the Army Map Service, Corps of Engineers and presented by the United States delegation at the Xth Gerneral Assembly and the XIXth International Geographical Union, Stockholm, Sweden. August 5-13, 1960.
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Inscriptions

printed: "Presented by the United States Delegation at the Xth General Assembly and the XIXth International Geographical Congress of the International Geographical Union, Stockholm, Sweden. August 5-13, 1960. Host contries, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden. Printed by Army Map Service, Corps of Engineers. Prepared by the Ary Map Service (AM), Corps of Engineers, U.S. army, Washington D.C. Costructed and moulded in 1960 from Western United States, 1:250,000, Series X502, Edition 1-AMS, West half of sheet NK12-11" (front edges)

Object number

AIBDC : 006762

Date

1960

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Material

plastic
vinyl possibly
Dimensions
Width
415mm
Height
540mm
Depth
20mm