2 edition of John Philipps Emslie (1839-1913) and his topographical drawings of the London area found in the catalog.
John Philipps Emslie (1839-1913) and his topographical drawings of the London area
John Francis Charles Phillips
|Statement||(Reprinted from Guildhall studies in London history, vol. II, no. 2, April 1976).|
|Contributions||Emslie, John Philipps.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||(8) p., plates :|
Exploring the Gospel of Matthew (John Phillips Commentary), Exploring Romans (John Phillips Commentary Series), Exploring the Scriptures (John Phillips. The image itself is a large detail from "Illustrations of Natural Philosophy, Pneumatics", a colored lithograph by John Philipps Emslie, and made in This copy is from the Wellcome Collection, London, and try as I might I have not yet been able to find out in what book .
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John Philipps Emslie (), British topographical artist and folklorist, original member of The Folklore Society George Nigel Hannington Emslie (b. ), Lord Emslie, Scottish retired judge of the Supreme Courts of Scotland, son of George Emslie, Baron Emslie.
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New Canterbury tales. London: Griffith, Farran, Okeden, & Welsh, [?] (OCoLC) W.R. Emslie was the brother of John Philipps Emslie, whom he worked with on the illustration of the magazine The Architect. Book digitized by Google from the library of University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
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He illustrated a large number of maps and contributed to the British topographical archive in. Illustrated Topographical Record Of London: Changes And Demolitions () by John Philipps Emslie ISBN ISBN Paperback. Emslie is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Alfred Edward Emslie (–), British painter and photographer; Bob Emslie (–), Canadian baseball pitcher; Claire Emslie (born ), Scottish footballer; John Philipps Emslie (–), British topographical artist and folklorist; Lord Emslie (disambiguation) George Emslie, Baron Emslie (–) Lord.
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UTC About the version.Astronomical Diagram. Comparative magnitudes of the Planets. Drawn and engraved by John Emslie. Published by J. Reynolds, Strand.
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