Compiled for Field Intelligence Department, Cape Town, February 1900 ; John T. Wood. Includes crest for Wood & Ortlepp, map compilers and publishers, in lower margin. Map originally folded into an outer cover. Inside cover has signature, "Wm E Anderson, 1 C.M.R., Kroonstad, Transvaal, South Africa." McMaster's copy has been detached from the cover. Location: Research Collections, Rare Map Collection no. 107796.
Printed map. Cartographer unknown. Visual scale [71 mm=75 English miles]. Includes oval portraits of "President Stephen John Paul Kruger" (1825-1904) and "the Right Hon. Joseph Chamberlain" (1836-1914) in the upper corners of the map. Covers the Republic of South Africa, with Transvaal, Orange Free State, Natal, British South Africa, and Portuguese East Africa. Shows roads and railways. Due to population and wealth, Transvaal was divided into four smaller provinces, namely North-West Province, Gauteng, Limpopo Province, and Mpumalanga (Columbia Gazetteer of the World (Online)--viewed May 31/2017).
Compiled for Field Intelligence Department, Capetown. 1st edition. Imperial map of South Africa. Map shows farm boundaries and fences, divisional boundaries, roads, rivers, telegraph lines and railways in the Pitsani area. Map also indicates hills, pans (often dry), homesteads, cultivated land and trees. Includes crest for Wood & Ortlepp, map compilers and publishers, in lower right corner. "G.F.N. Henderson [,] Colonel. Director of Military Intelligence." McMaster University Library, Research Collections, Accession no. 107797.