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Geographia's Complete Street Atlas of Cleveland, 1963


This is the map's front cover, including a photo of the Cleveland skyline.

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· 996×1288 JPG, 349KB, 100dpi

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This is a section of the Downtown portion of the main map. Cartography was generally nice. Main roads were highlighted with yellow, a standard convention used by Geographia's other maps, as well as Hagstrom's map of New York City from around that time. This comes from Page 7.

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· 582×411 JPG, 73KB, 150dpi
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This is the other section of the Downtown portion of the main map. Some parts of town will always be split across pages in a book-form map of a large metropolitan area, but it's unfortunate that Downtown was one of them. Unfortunately there was absolutely no overlapping area betwen pages, see previous map. This comes from Page 17.

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· 302×175 JPG, 21KB, 75dpi
· 605×350 JPG, 70KB, 150dpi
· 1210×701 JPG, 248KB, 300dpi


A single image showing portions from Pages 7 and 17 to demonstrate the lack of overlapping.

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An attempt to ``mosaick'' the two portions from Pages 7 and 17 together edge-to-edge using simple image cutting-and-pasting. No I didn't cut pages from the atlas with scissors. :)

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· 303×393 JPG, 34KB

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This is a portion of the page covering the northeast corner of Cuyahoga County. Have you noticed yet that if you point up on the piece of paper you are not pointing northbound? A few maps are characterized by this, but not many. Mapco's maps of Cleveland from around this time also have this characteristic.

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· 635×819 JPG, 121KB, 150dpi
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This portion of the map includes a couple of interchanges on the Willow Freeway, illustrating the inconsistency in the quality in which they're illustrated. While the diamond interchange at the top is drawn almost perfectly, the one at the bottom is indescribably bad.

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This portion covers the area including the two rapid transit stations on East 79th. I scanned this portion because it best illustrated the treatment of many features, such as zip code boundaries, bus lines, freight railroads, and rapid transit. The big red 4 is a zip code.

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· 1346×1013 JPG, 447KB, 300dpi

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This section of the overview map illustrates the portion of the area covered by each page. As you can probably tell, some of the pages covering the southeasteern portion of the county are at a smaller scale than the other pages.

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