Wood and Ortlepp (FL. 1898-1904) were a surveying and mapmaking firm based in Cape Town, who specialized in regional maps of South Africa. In 1899 they formed an agreement to produce on behalf of the Field intelligence Department in Cape Town a detailed mapping of the Transvaal and Orange Free State, which was published as the thirty-one sheet ‘Imperial Map of South Africa,’ whose first edition was printed between January and April of 1900.

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