The ANU College of Asia and the Pacific houses one of the finest Asia Pacific map collections in the world. Beginning as an ANU Library collection in the 1960s, this collection now holds over 40,000 maps including topographic, cadastral, bathymetric, aeronautical, geological and tourist maps, plus a range of atlases, gazetteers and historical wall maps. While the scope is worldwide, the focus is Asia and the Pacific.
A collection of topographic or thematic maps produced using the same scale and cartographic specifications.
There are maps of Philippines such as Philippine Islands, Physical-Economic-Political, 1937, 1:1 600 000; Mineral Distribution Map of the Philippines, Iron and Ferro-alloy Metals, Sheet 1, 1964, 1:2 500 000.
Large color map of the Philippines in self closing paper wrappers illustrated with color map of the globe, showing the Pacific coast of the US and routes to the Philippines. This is the pocket edition, accompanied by a printed Postal Directory to Accompany Map of the Philippines which consists of a List of Provinces and List of Municipalities, 12pp. Map and directory bound together.