Korea city plans 1:12,500 : Kyongsong or Seoul (Keijo) / prepared under the direction of the Chief of Engineers by the Army Map Service.

United States. Army Map Service [Browse]
Third edition-AMS (FEC)
Washington, D.C. : [s.n.], 1951.
  • transverse Mercator projection ; (E 126°55ʹ--E 127°2ʹ/N 37°35ʹ--N 37°31ʹ).
  • 1 map : color ; 75 x 89 cm


Library of Congress genre(s)
  • United States. Army Map Service. A.M.S. ; [More in this series]
  • United States. Army Engineer Base Topographic Batallion, 64th. Series A.M.S. ; L951
  • Alternate title: Kyonsong, Korea. In upper left margin: Korea city plans 1:12,500. Transverse Mercator projection. Relief shown by 10 meter contour intervals and spot elevation. Korean names transcribed according to the McCune-Reishauer systerm, Japanese forms of Korean names (shown in parentheses) transcribed accirding to the modified Hepburn (Romaji) system. Verso: Administrative unit names (correct to 1943).
  • Relief shown by contours, spot heights and hachures. Depths shown by soundings.
  • Three classes of roads, three classes of railroads, and areas of vegetation and cultivation are shown. Administrative units and some buildings are named.
  • "Korean names transcribed according to the McCune-Reischauer system, Japanese forms of Korean names (shown in parentheses) transcribed according to the modified Hepburn (Romaji) system."
  • Military grid.
  • Includes glossary of Korean, Japanese and English terms, inset map "Index to sources" and notes.
Bibliographic references
Includes sources of mapping.
Other format(s)
Online version available via the Princeton University Libraries Digital Maps & Geospatial Data website.
Other title(s)
  • Kyongsong or Seoul (Keijo) Kyonggi-do (Keiki-do), Korea
  • Seoul (Keijo), Korea
Title at bottom right
  • Kyongsong, Korea
Standard map series designation
  • [Series] A.M.S. L951
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