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Eduard Imhof, a Swiss cartographer of the 20th century, was well known for his skills in mountain cartography. Though some of his books appear to be out of print, much of his work is still available on the Internet. The Alpine Mapping Guild, one of Imhof’s successors in the field of mountain cartography, has posted a number of chapters and images of his work online, including 6 chapters of his book Cartographic Relief Presentation, last printed in 1982, an article on text placement that originally appeared in The American Cartographer in 1975, and some images of his work. Another collection of his work, both as a cartographer and an artist, is available at his virtual library.

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