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Omiya, Honshu, Japan: Saitama-ken
- Washington, D.C. : Army Map Service, U.S. Army, 1946.
Alternate title: Omiya. Polyconic projection. Names transcribed according to modified Hepburn (Romaji) system. Relief shown by 10 meter contour intervals and spot elevations. In upper left margin "Japan city plans 1:12,500". In upper right margin: "Tokyo and environs, sheet 1". Includes "Glossary"."Reproduced from compilation manuscript by overprint."
- Topographic maps, Land use, and Ōmiya-shi (Japan)—Maps
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- G7964.T7C2.s12.A7M3 sh1
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