Robert Wentworth Floyd (August 12, 1879 - 19??) was a New York mapmaker of Quaker descent active in the middle part of the 20th century. Floyd was born in Boston, the son of Colonel Robert Mitchell Floyd (18?? - 1912). In 1898, he traveled to Nicaragua with a plan to become a coffee grower, but this apparently did not pan out, as he was in New York from about 1901. Maps of New York City, mostly intended for tourists, begin appearing under his name in copyright entries as early as 1933 and as late as 1940. Around 1939, his work was acquired by Andrew Gunnar Hagstrom, who began publishing under his own imprint, by 1940, Floyd had disappeared entirely.

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