Talbot, Katherine, active approximately 1870, First course of maps , approximately 1870
First course of maps / Katherine Talbot.
- Convent of the Holy Child Jesus, St. Leonard's on Sea, approximately 1870.
- Physical Description:
- 1 atlas : 29 maps ; 16 x 23 cm
- Rare Books and ManuscriptsG73 .T35 1870Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon FundAccessible by request in the Study Room [Request]
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- Copyright Status:
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- Maps & Atlases (manuscript)
- The Convent of the Holy Child Jesus was established in 1863 by Cornelia Connelly, founder of the Society of the Holy Child, an order of nuns inspired by the Jesuits and dedicated to teaching young women.
Bound in green half roan and green cloth; the initials "K.T." stamped in gilt on front cover.
Manuscript atlas with 29 maps of countries and regions of the world. The maps are very neatly drawn and delicately colored. The title page identifies the atlas as the work of Katherine Tablot, a pupil at the Convent of the Holy Child Jesus in St. Leonards on Sea.
- Subject Terms:
- Catholic schools -- England -- East Sussex.Convent of the Holy Child Jesus (St. Leonards, East Sussex, England)Europe -- Maps.Geography -- Study and teaching.Society of the Holy Child Jesus.Talbot, Katherine, active approximately 1870.
- The world
- British Isles
- England, physical
- England, political
- Holland & Belgium
- Norway & Sweden
- Switzerland & Italy
- Turkey in Europe & Greece
- Syria & Kingdoms of Judah & Israel
- Arabia & Turkey in Asia
- Chinese empire [two maps]
- North & south Africa
- Africa & Egypt
- United States
- Central America, Mexico & West Indies
- South America
- Australia & New Zealand
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