User: whatatwit (reddit)
Number of maps: 20
Average score: 64
Homepage on reddit: https://reddit.com/u/whatatwit
1 - 20 of 20 whatatwit's maps:

America, its Folklore: Depicting 61 legends, tall tales, and literary heroes by William Gropper. (Zoomable interactive map, downloads and article in comments.)
Chicago 1931 by Charles Turzak & Henry Chapman. Showing major rivers and other bodies of water, with drawings of landmarks, streets, railroads, parks, planes, ships and boats, and whimsical beings such as the sea monsters, etc. (Downloads, interactive & larger versions in comments).
Stanford University 1934 by Edward M. Farmer: Pictorial map, not drawn to scale. Shows various buildings, orchards, roads and sport facilities. (interactive version and downloads in comments)
A composite image of a 3D model of San Francisco in 1940. The San Francisco Model is a 42' x 38' (13m x 12m) wooden replica of San Francisco in 158 pieces at a scale of 1 inch to 100 feet. Federal Works Agency, Work Progress Administration from a 1938 aerial survey by Harrison Ryker. (MIC).
Map of London, made from an actual Survey in the Years 1824,1825 & 1826. By C. and J. Greenwood, Extended and Comprising the various improvements to 1835. (interactive version in comments)
Map Descriptive of London Poverty, 1898-9 sheet 7 of 12) by the Social Reformer, Charles Booth, and a team including his cousin, Beatrice Potter. (Interactive Composite Map in comments – via u/londonskater)
London Theatreland in 1915 by MacDonald (Max) Gill. This map is "filled with detail of a humorous character, the peculiarities of every district being happily parodied, and it forms an abundant source of amusement." Commissioned by the Underground Electric Railways Company.
Eastern division of Paris: containing the Quartiers – (1833) by cartographer William Barnard Clarke for the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain). Engraved by James Shury. . Downloads, larger version, and interactive map in comments.
How to get from London to Weymouth with a novel strip map in 1675 by Scottish cartographer John Ogilby.
Wonderground - by MacDonald “Max” Gill. A map from 1914 that helped save the London Underground. Packed with little jokes and mischievous details. (large interactive map in comments)
Tea Revives the World a pictorial world map by MacDonald Gill (in 1940) – decorated with images and notes about the journey that tea makes from bush to pot, published to celebrate the culture and history of tea. Shows consumption, production, chief suppliers, and imports/exports of tea 1900–1938.
Pratt's High Test Plan of the Roads of the South Coast (of England in 1932) by Alfred E. Taylor, 1925-1940.
Part of "A Geographical Description of the Four Parts of the World. 1670": Designed by Mousieur Sanson Geographer to the French King, and rendred into English, and illustrated by Richard Blome by His Majesties especiall command. Very large files available for download. This crop is max file size.
Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA – Willy Nilly Map by C. Barnes in 1946 – Wildlife and park life are depicted in vignette cartoon illustrations.
Pratts High Test Plan of the New Forest by Alfred Taylor for the Anglo American Oil Company in 1930
Paris in the early 1730s, for Michel-Etienne Turgot, provost of merchants. Portrayed by Louis Bretez of the Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture, and engraved by Claude Lucas, engraver of the Royal Academy of Sciences. Prints, downloads, much larger version, and interactive map in comments.
OS Terrain 50 is a height product for Great Britain available to all, for free, to download and use through OS OpenData™. Created using a Slope and Aspect analysis package to convert the OS Terrain 50 into a simple Aspect model, each pixel represents angle of Aspect relative to grid north in °s.
A fragment of Wonderground by MacDonald “Max” Gill, younger brother of the master sculptor Eric Gill. Links in a comment.
% of Constituents per Constituency petitioning the UK Government Grant a People's Vote if Parliament rejects the EU Withdrawal Agreement. (Interactive map in comments.)
Explore an interactive model of the 16th Century table globe by Mercator (link in comments)
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