Julius Hutawa was among the early German immigrants to Saint Louis, Missouri, arriving with the Berling Society in 1833 with his brother Edward.
The brothers engaged in lithography and publishing, and among the maps created by Julius were Frémont and Nicollet’s Map of the City of St. Louis (1846; see Peters, America on Stone, p. 2287), Map and Profile Sections Showing Railroads of the United States (1849), Map of the United States Showing the Principal Steamboat Routes and Projected Railroads Connecting with St. Louis (1854), etc. (see Tooley). The brothers also published city views (see Reps. Views and Viewmakers of Urban America 774, 1002, 2036, and 2043. Tooley’s Dictionary of Mapmakers, Vol. II, p. 399. Ristow, American Maps & Mapmakers, p. 252, 451-452,462).
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Clark’s New Sectional Map of Missouri compiled & engraved from the United States land surveys and other reliable sources. St. Louis: J.C. Clark & Co., 1860
Rare St. Louis-printed map of antebellum Missouri, meant to inspire a new wave of emigration and settlement.Place/Date: St. Louis / 1860$4,500 Add to cart
Map of Mexico & California Compiled from the latest authorities by Juls Hutawa Lithr. Second St. 45 St, Louis, Mo. 2nd Edition 1863
A rare pocket map for California and the Transmississippi West, including detailed environs of Santa Fe.Cartographer(s): Julius HutawaPlace/Date: St. Louis / 1863$3,300 Add to cart