Referencing The Difference in Time Between The Principal Cities of The World
By far the oldest chart to come across my desk this week, this time table was taken from Mitchell’s New General Atlas, 1864 “Containing Maps Of The Various Countries Of The World, Plans Of Cities, Etc. Embraced In Forty-Seven Quarto Maps, Forming A Series Of Seventy-Six Maps And Plans, Together With Valuable Statistical Tables.”
The best part about the Mitchell’s New General Atlas series, which ran from 1860 to 1893, is the consistency of its design and palette. The Atlases are full of gorgeous maps, plans and charts, including this wonderful map of my neck of the woods:
You can flip through the 1861 version here.