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Mark Monmonier, How to Lie with Maps. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1991:1

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Patrick Abercrombie, London Plan: Social and Functional Analysis, 1943.
Three plates from Geometrical Psychology, or, The Science of Representation an Abstract of the Theories and Diagrams of B. W. Betts. 
Ernst Haeckel, Kunstformen der Natur, Bibliographisches Institut, Leipzig und Wien, 1904, plate 31, Cyrtoidea and plate 53, Prosobranchia (obsolete classification).
Charles Howard Hinton, The Fourth Dimension (1904), 1912, Ayer Co., Kessinger Press reprint.