Author:Henry William Mardon

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Henry William Mardon
(19th century – 20th century)
Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society


  • "Memory Map Atlas, specially prepared for use in Egyptian schools", George Philip & Son Ltd., The London Geographical Institute, 1903. maps
  • A Geography of Egypt and the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan (1906)
  • "Arabia," in Encyclopædia Britannica (12th ed., 1922)
  • Plain lettering for map drawing and plans. Vere Foster's copy books. London / Glasgow: Blackie & Son,


  • EGYPT AND THE ANGLO-EGYPTIAN SUDAN by H. W. Mardon (pp. 45-46) Review by: E. R. WETHEY [1]

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