*July Update* We are experiencing a delay in the production of Stretched Canvas Prints due to increased demand. Please allow 2-3 weeks for fulfillment of these products. Thank you. The global shipping infrastructure is under significant stress and delays are being reported as well as errors in tracking. We greatly appreciate your patience during this time. Below is a summary of the common errors and delays reported by our customers. 1) Package delays Shipping times have increased worldwide across all delivery services. When your order is shipped, you will receive a confirmation email (check your spam folder regularly). Although the average...
The featured map for February 2020 is now live. Santa Cruz County California, 1889, a map originally published by Andrew J. Hatch of San Francisco. The original map was in 6 separate pieces and was very worn down. The restoration was tough, but really came out beautiful in the end. Check out the high-resolution version here.
Syracuse.com recently featured an East of Nowhere Maps restoration of the 1852 E.H. Babcock & Co. Map of Onondaga County (this month's Featured Map). The article was shared over 850(!) times and many readers were ecstatic to explore the local history preserved in the map. You can check out this article here: https://www.syracuse.com/news/2020/01/is-your-family-name-on-this-map-check-out-what-onondaga-county-looked-like-in-1852.html
New this month is the Featured Map section which will have a rotation of high-resolution versions from the East of Nowhere Maps collection. This month, the featured map is the E.H. Babcock & Co. map of Onondaga County, NY originally published in 1852. To explore this map, navigate to the Featured Map section in the header menu or go to https://eastofnowheremaps.com/pages/featured-map
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