Disappointed with the maps of Scandinavia that were circulating throughout Europe in the early sixteenth century, Olaus Magnus (1490–1557) set out on a twelve-year quest to map the region to a leve
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Maps set “the stage on which the drama [of politics and business] is played,” reads Rand McNally’s full-page advertisement from 1924, “[and] without this stage, the plot is meaningless.” The statem
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In the late summer of 1854, an eerie silence descended over Soho in London’s West End.