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Descriptive list of the map collection in the Pennsylvania State Archives : catalogue of maps in the principal map collection (MG 11)

compiler Martha L. Simonetti ; editors Donald H. Kent, Harry E. Whipkey
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania : Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, 1976
178 p.
Pennsylvania State Archives. Manuscript Group; 011

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The State Archives in 1967 became the Division of Archives and Manuscripts in the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.

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