26. Cambridge 1574-1904. A Portfolio of Twelve Maps Illustrating the Changing Plan of Cambridge from the sixteenth to the early twentieth century. Edited by Elizabeth Stazicker.


26.  Cambridge 1574-1904. A Portfolio of Twelve Maps Illustrating the Changing Plan of Cambridge from the sixteenth to the early twentieth century. Edited by Elizabeth Stazicker.

An invaluable reference compilation for all students of Cambridge history.

First published as a Cambridgeshire Records Society ‘additional publication’, edited by Tony Baggs and Peter Bryan, in 2002, and reprinted with slight revision in 2012.

Now, reformatted, and substantially revised, with additional cartographic information, in 2020, edited by Elizabeth Stazicker.

In 1921 J.W. Clark and A. Gray published Old Plans of Cambridge accompanied by a portfolio of maps from 1574 – 1798, but this has long been out of print. This portfolio, makes available new copies of most of the original plans and has updated the sequence to the twentieth century. They are intended to show how the city has grown since the first known map of 1574.

The portfolio contains black and white copies of the following Cambridge maps:

Map 1. Richard Lyne 1574

Map 2. George Braun 1575

Map 3. William Smith 1588

Map 4. John Hamond 1592

Map 5. John Speed 1610

Map 6A and 6B. David Loggan 1688

Map 7. Thurlbourn & Woodyer 1763

Map 8. William Custance 1798

Map 9. Dewhurst and Nichols 1840

Map 10 A and B. W. P. Spalding 1881

Map 11 A and B. The Ordnance Survey 1886

Map 12 A and B. The Ordnance Survey 1901

Booklet introducing the maps.

Special price until 30 November 2021: £10.00 each copy (thereafter £12.50) plus £3.00 for postage & packing (£1.00 extra each additional copy). Order online or use this Order Form .

As always CRS members should use the order form to purchase at members' discount price of £9.



ISBN: 978-0-904323-28-3

Published: 2020

Price: £ 10.00

Contents

17 black and white maps (A3 folded + 2 x A4 sheets) ; Booklet: 34 pages A5 ; in card folder (12 ins. tall).

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Stazicker, Elizabeth

Elizabeth Stazicker is Archivist at Ely Cathedral & The King’s School and a former Cambridgeshire County Archivist.