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To his Excellency the Count of Monterey : this limned map and history of his own harbour and peninsula - discovered by Viscaino AD 1602 occupied by Portola AD 1770 showing its points of interest, its manifold allurements and the properties being developed by the undersigned is humbly dedicated by your Excellency's Obedient & most humble servt's the Del Monte Properties Compy
Del Monte Properties Company, creator
Mora, Joseph Jacinto, 1876-1947, cartographer
A.M. Robertson (Firm)
Date Created and/or Issued
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Huntington Library
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No old shelf mark. Jo Mora was the master of the pictorial map. Following title: "All the foregoing and attending being the Gospel Truth and limned without error or omission and in so far as in my power to detect, I, the Count of Monterey do hereby vow my approval my satisfied acceptance, and affix my signature hereto in proof" with the signature underneath. This map dated 1927 the same year as his California map was created. Surrounded by historic scenes and filled with vignettes of current life. Many figures and vignettes. Prime meridian: GM. Relief: pictorial. Projection: Cylindrical. Printing Process: Lithography.
1 map ; printed col. ; 69 x 51 cm., sheet 74 x 56 cm.
Monterey Peninsula (Calif.)--Maps, Pictorial
Time Period
North America
United States
Monterey Peninsula
W 121°53'46" N 36°34'04"
Huntington Rare Book Maps
Maps, Huntington Digital Library

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