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CD-ROM Atlases from Russia

From: Marketing Data Research <mktg@mdres.com>
Date: Sun, 10 Dec 2000 14:44:48 -0800
To: <list@mdres.com>

Dear colleague,

Subject:  CD-ROM Atlases from Russia

We have acquired and are making available several hard-to-find
CD-ROM atlases from the nations of the former USSR.

The atlases cover in detail the Ukraine, the Baltics, Russia,
Belorussia, the Caucuses, and the countries of Central Asia.
Many city street maps are included.  Scales range from 1:10,000
to 1:100,000.

The atlases are in vector format for fast, accurate, and flexible
display of information.  Many of the atlases also show the longi-
tude and latitude of any point selected by the user.

All atlases are shipped from stock in the USA, and they will run
on any PC using Microsoft Windows 95 or later.

If atlases from the former USSR are of interest to you or your
organization, we would like to invite you to visit our Web site for
details and sample map screens at the following address:


Our customers have previously included the Library of Congress,
the British Library, the New York Public Library, the National
Library of Australia, the National Library of France, the Uni-
versity of Washington, the Newberry Library, the Library of the
United Nations, the Harvard Map Collection, and many others
around the world.

We would also be pleased to answer any questions you might have.


David C. Andresen

P.S.  This e-mail is being sent to you as a person interested in
atlases and maps.  If you do not wish to receive future e-mails
about our map products from Russia, please let us know by return
e-mail, and we will remove your e-mail address from our database.
Be sure to indicate the e-mail address to which we sent this

Hamilton Global Management, Ltd.
8103 104th St., S.W.
Tacoma, WA USA 98498
Tel.  (253) 588-4149
FAX:  (253) 588-4366
E-mail:  mktgres@qwest.net
Received on Sunday, 10 December 2000 18:02:50 UTC

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