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Korea city plans 1:12,500. Kyomip'o / prepared under the direction of the Chief of Engineers by the Army Map Service
- United States. Army Map Service
- Washington, D.C. : Army Map Service, U.S. Army, 1946.
- Relief shown by contours and spot heights. Depth shown by soundings. "Contour interval 5 meters. Depths in fathoms." "Korean names are transcribed according to the McCune-Reischauer system. Names in parentheses are Japanese and transcribed according to the modified Hepburn (Romaji) system. Names in brackets are conventional forms of place names". Map shows administrativel boundaries, roads, railroads, trails, areas of vegetation and cultivation. Some buildings are named. "2-46." Includes glossary, coverage diagram, and index to boundaries. Alternate title: Kyomip'o (Kenjihi), Korea. In upper left margin: Korea city plans 1:12,500. Polyconic projection. Relief shown by 5 meter contour interval and spot elevation. Depth shown by fathoms. Korean names transcribed according to the McCune-Reischauer system. Japanese forms of Korean names (in parenthesis) transcribed according to the Modified Hepburn (Romaji) system. With a glossary.
- Topographic maps, Bathymetric maps, Songnim-si (Korea)—Maps, and Korea (North)—Maps
- Call number:
- G7909.S65C2 1946 .A7M3
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