Collection ASM0311 - N.B.T. Roney map collection

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ASM0311

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Title

N.B.T. Roney map collection

Date(s)

  • 1644-1860 (Creation)
  • 1692-1860 (Creation)

Extent

28 Items

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Scope and content

N.B.T. Roney moved to Miami Beach in 1918 and went on to become one of the largest builders in Beach history. Two of his most important developments are the Roney Plaza Hotel and Española Way. His map collection consists of 28 pre-20th century maps of the West Indies or Florida, and include works by famous cartographers such as Blaeu, Sanson, Popple, and Homanno.

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This collection is open for research.

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Conditions governing reproduction

N. B. T. Roney Map Collection Finding Aid © 1991 University of Miami. All rights reserved. Permission to publish materials must be obtained in writing from the Head of Special Collections.

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  • Latin
  • French
  • English

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Filename

asm0311CL.pdf

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application/pdf

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120 KiB

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