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1915 Hammond Pocket Map of Florida

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1915 Hammond Pocket Map of Florida


Distributed by the Way's Auto Inn from Orlando.



  1915 (dated)     12.5 x 9.25 in (31.75 x 23.495 cm)     1 : 2977920


This is a 1915 C. S. Hammond map of Florida, for distribution by Way's Auto Inn in Orlando. Major roads are illustrated and cities, towns, and villages throughout the state are labeled. An inset in the lower-left focuses on the Florida Panhandle from Alabama to West Bay. An index along the left presents the most recent population data for fifty-five Florida cities, given in alphabetical order.
Publication History and Census
This map was created and published by C.S. Hammond and Company in 1915. The present example was issued for and distributed by the Way's Auto Inn of Orlando, Florida.


Caleb Stillson Hammond (1862 - 1929) was the founder of C. S. Hammond & Company, a map making and printing firm based in Brooklyn, New York. Hammond started his career in mapmaking as the head of Rand McNally's offices in New York City, where he began working in 1894. Hammond split with Rand McNally, forming his own printing concern in Brooklyn, New York, in 1900. The firm was subsequently incorporated in 1901 and relocated to Manhattan, and then to Maplewood, New Jersey, near Hammond's family home. Hammond rose to become one of the largest cartographic publishers in the United States, second only to Rand McNally in volume. On his retirement, C. S. Hammond passed the firm to his son, who subsequently passed it to his own son, C. D. Hammond, who sold the company to Langenscheidt Publishers in 1999. The firm has since been folded into Universal Map, an affiliate of Kappa Publishing Group. This archives of the Hammond World Atlas Corporation, an invaluable resource, where donated to the Library of Congress in 2002. Learn More...


Good. Exhibits light wear along original fold lines. Exhibits wear and infill where once attached to accompanying binder.