Adolphe Hippolyte Dufour (1798 - 1865), also known as Auguste-Henri Dufour, was a Paris based map and atlas publisher active in the mid to late 19th century. Dufour claimed to be a student of another French cartographer, Emile Lapie. His is known to have worked with numerous other cartographers, publishers and engravers of the period including Dyonnet and Duvotenay. His corpus includes numerous maps and atlases, the most striking of which is probably his monumental 1857 elephant folio Grand atlas Universel physique, historique et politique geographie ancienne et moderne. Click here for a list of rare maps by the A. H. Dufour.