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Rand McNally standard map of China and Japan
- Rand McNally and Company
- [Chicago] : Rand McNally & Co., 
- Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Map is plate 58-59 [China and Japan] of the Commercial atlas of foreign countries. Map shows International boundaries, and China's provincial boundaries. Dated from the British Museum Catalog of Maps. Includes index on margin. In lower left corner: "1-13-'12." Map was originally published as atlas plate 58, 59 in "Rand McNally Commercial atlas of foreign countries : a companion volume to the Commercial atlas of America : containing maps - showing all recent boundary changes - of all the countries and principal political divisions of the world outside the United States of America, and detail maps of important islands, cities and ports, with an alphabetical index of more than 150,000 place names and names of physical features, with key to location on map; latest available population figures; chief ports of call; many industrial, commercial and historical notations; altitudes of principal mountains, lengths of chief rivers, and depths of principal lakes", Second edition. 1921. At head of title: Rand McNally. Map shows: Jiaozhou Wang with a note: "Kiaochow (to Japan)".
- China and Japan
- Administrative and political divisions—China—Maps, Administrative and political divisions—Japan—Maps.., China—Maps, Japan—Maps, Mongolia—Maps, Tibet, and Tibet Autonomous Region (China)—Maps
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- G7821.F1 1921 .R3
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