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It is a mixed media print collection of historical maps, atlases, periodicals and books that is unique in the Province in terms of its focus on the early mapping of Nova Scotia and specifically the 18th Century nautical charts of J. In addition to the maps that cover the advances in geographic knowledge over five centuries, there are a number of important atlases dating from the 18th and 19th Centuries as well as an interesting collection of Nova Scotiana from the 19th and early 20th centuries.
You can visit the Collection online at bit.ly/COGSmaps.
Morrison Special Collection started in 2000 as a result of a donation of cartographic books and maps by Walter K. Walter studied geography at Clark University in Massachusetts from where he received a Master’s Degree in geography in 1952 and later secured a position as a professional cartographer with the National Geographic Society in Washington, D. While at the NGS, he worked on a variety of innovative projects for the magazine and helped develop cartographic procedures that became standard in the business for forty years.
On his passing in 2011 the entirety of the collection was left to the College. Des Barres’ from 1731-1802, and other early European periodicals containing maps not present in other collections.
Now that our October 2017 York train meet is behind us I am pleased to report that this show was very well attended.
We sold out all of our member and dealer tables as well as all the dealer booths.
The 2017 York Meet experience was one to be remembered as history was made with the opening of the Dealer Halls on Friday and Saturday to the Public beginning with the April 2017 York Meet.If you are as enthusiastic about toy trains as we are, come see what we are all about.The April Meet Notices are mailed a few months prior to the show and will include all details plus the member, dealer, and guest registration forms.Many guests continue to express their interest in TCA and have now become members.October York proved to be a successful recruiting effort for the TCA as over 60 new members joined, and many reinstated their memberships.A big "" to everyone’s dedication, that was instrumental in making Fall October 2017 York a success for all who attended.There were approximately 10,187 people in attendance, which included members, families and guests.There was plenty of trains and camaraderie to go around.Children of all ages enjoyed the amazing operating layouts that were on display, thanks to Greater Toronto Hornby Dublo Group from Toronto Canaday, Eagle Line Railroad from Ridgely, MD, and Lower Susquehanna Valley Modular Railroaders for sharing their handy work. Throughout his career, and following his retirement in 1985, Walter added to his significant collection of antique maps and books related to the cartographic evolution of this Province. Hall Library at the Centre of Geographic Sciences site in Lawrencetown. In 1966 he joined the then Nova Scotia Land Survey Institute.