A research collection of historical maps and prints of the Caribbean Islands. Part 1: photographic prints, photocopies and facsimiles
Found, William C.
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Part 1 of the collection of historical Caribbean maps and prints is composed of facsimiles, photographic copies, and photocopies of originals, acquired over a period of approximately 30 years (beginning in 1980). All of the copies were selected for research purposes, primarily for my research on the “Making of the Caribbean Landscape”. The bulk of the copies were purchased from libraries, with the legal understanding that the maps/prints were to be used for personal research – and that duplication or publishing of the items could occur only with the full, written agreement of the library in question. Consequently, the maps/prints in this collection may not be copied. In this report, however, I provide full information regarding each item (if available) so that anyone who wants to obtain a personal copy may do so by contacting a relevant library or map/print dealer. If available, I provide information from the British Library since the on-line ordering of copies from that library is particularly expeditious. The copies in this collection will be available for study in the York University Archives.