Bradstreet's Pocket Atlas Of The United States. This Edition Is Published For Macullar, Parker & Company Boston, Massachusetts.
New York: The Bradstreet Company, 1880. 5 ¼ x 3 ¼. Leather covers, back nearly detached. Gold lettering. Shelf worn. Interior clean and tight.
Clothing manufacturer Macullar, Parker published this small handy atlas as a promotion to be distributed to its customers.
Maps are: the Cunard Ship lines across the Atlantic; the Thirteen Colonies of 1776; the United States; the 38 States and 9 Territories that would compose the “Lower 48” (“Dakota” would become two states); plus Ontario and Quebec.
Also included are: advertisements for Macullar, Parker; points of “Business Law for Daily Use;” state by state “Taxes Governing Commercial Travelers;” a table of “Interest Laws” (per cents) of states and territories; a table of distances and time zones from Boston; Boston fire alarm telegraph regulations; Massachusetts legal holidays; 1870 populations of states and territories; populations of large cities in the world; a list of U.S. Presidents and Vice-Presidents plus one of English Kings and Queens; an abridgement of Post Office regulations; and other such information.