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Subject Source: Sackner Database

Found in 108 Collections and/or Records:

Travel Guide for 2000-2046 / Ping, Huang Yong., 2000

Identifier: CC-35735-37489
Scope and Contents

When this book is opened, the four pieces of the map compose a whole map. The sections of a globe are cut like an apple peel with dates of natural weather events. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2000

[Triangles on map] / Hrdy, Joseph., 1980

Identifier: CC-50380-71448
Scope and Contents

The triangles are formed from small o's. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1980

VISITS TO PRINKNASH ABBEY AND POTTERY / Houedard, Dom Sylvester., 1989

Identifier: CC-56488-9999893
Scope and Contents

This unfolded sheet contains the visiting hours, tour schedule, catering, pottery factory shops and other details including a hand-drawn map for visiting the abbey. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1989

Woful Dane Bottom / Furnival, John., 1993

Identifier: CC-44051-46166
Scope and Contents

This is one of a series of prints dealing with the English town of Nailsworth and its environs where the Welsh poet W.H. Davies spent the last years of his life. The collaged addition is a map of the area. Stored in the Locative and Vocative Case. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1993

You are Here / Harmon, Katharine ; Carroll L ; Scher P ; Messager A ; Hiller S ; Wolfli A ; Finster H ; Chwast S ; Kuitca G ; Oldenburg C ; Morgan E ; Kachadourian N ; Held Jjr ; Long R ; Langlands B ; Bell N ; Mora J ; Fahlstrom O ; Torres-Garcia J ; Kalman T ; Ruscha E ; Patterson S ; Boetti A ; Kenny C., 2004

Identifier: CC-42674-44692
Scope and Contents This well illustrated book deals with fanciful, artistic maps, not ones that would be used to find a location. The map (1928) by John Held, Jr. is by the illustrator not the mail artist. "Into this seemingly lighthearted 7" 10" look into people's love affairs with maps and mapmaking, Harmon packs some serious intellectual concepts about the human impulse to locate itself in the cosmos. Under the loose and expandable categories of "Personal Geography," "At Home in the World" and "Realms of Fantasy," Harmon presents 50 four-color and 50 b&w cartographical illustrations, including Professor Eugene Turner's smily and frowny faces placed on a map of Los Angeles convey data on the unemployment rates, urban stress and racial composition of individual neighborhoods, putting substantive research in a down-to-earth guise. Ellsworth Kelly's "Fields on a Map (Meschers, Gironde)" pulls an abstract pastoral out of a real place, while Kisaburo Ohara makes an octopus-like Russia seem vividly...
Dates: 2004