National Geographic : 1942 May
Maps for Victory 677 For One Man to Letter a Whole Map Would Be Slow, and Letters Would Lack Uniformity So an expert draws the alphabet and each letter is photographed. Transparent film positives are set like type (above) and the name is printed. The late A. H. Bumstead and his son developed the method. Staff Photographer B. Anthony Stewart King Frederik VIII Land Takes Its Place on the North America Map The photographically printed names are clipped off the strip (right) and pasted in place. This sheet contains the projection, place names, railroads, and other detail appearing in black on the finished map.