The Globe #78, journal of the Australian and New Zealand Map Society has just been published.
 

Contents are:

 

New Light on the Origin of the Tasman-Bonaparte Map

Brian N. Hooker

 

Maps and Mapmakers of the 1914-18 Official History: A brief overview

Granville Allen Mawer

 

National Mapping’s Aerodist surveys in Western Australia 1971-74: Horizontal control for the national topographic map series

Laurie MacLean & John Manning                             

 

Preserving History: Digitising WWII Terrain Studies of the Southwest Pacific Area (SWPA)

Bronwyn Foott & Barbara Wojtkowski                   

 

Book Reviews                   

- Katy Börner, The Atlas of Knowledge – Anyone Can Map

- Mark Monmonier (ed.), The History of Cartography, v.6: Cartography in the Twentieth Century

- Karl E. Ryavec, A Historical Atlas of Tibet.

- Graeme Lay, The Secret Life of James Cook: a novel

- Graeme Lay, James Cook’s New World: a novel

- Graeme Lay, James Cook’s Lost World: a novel

 

 

Brendan Whyte

editor, The Globe.

 

Dr Brendan Whyte

Assistant Curator of Maps

National Library of Australia

Parkes Place

Parkes

ACT 2600

AUSTRALIA

 

Ph: +61 2 6262 1192

Fax: +61 2 6262 1653

bwhyte@nla.gov.au

http://www.nla.gov.au/map/index.html