\ John Snow | CWS
Supplementary Figures:
  • 1831: Lancet, Map of the progress of the cholera in Asai, Europe, Africa. Download: PDF
  • 1832: Massachusetts Medical Society, Chart of the progress of the cholera-morbus of 1831. Download: PDF
  • 1832: Massachusetts Medical Society, Map of the principal places in Hindostan visited by the contagious cholera from August 1817 to January 1819. Download: PDF
  • 1845: Health of Towns Commission, Map of the [London] metropolis shewing the districts of sewers. Download: PDF
  • 1845: Health of Towns Commission, Map of the [London] metropolis shewing the districts supplied by the different water companies. Download: PDF
  • 1850: General Board of Health, Map exhibiting the progress of the late epidemic cholera from Hindustan to Great Britain. Download: PDF
  • 1850: General Board of Health, Plan of the Muck Garths, Witham, Hull. Download: PDF
  • 1851: General Board of Health (Grainger), Cholera Map of the Metropolis, 1849. Download: PDF
  • 1851: General Board of Health (Hector Gavin), Map of the Parish of Bethnal Green, Shewing the Cholera Mist in 1848–1849, and Plan of the Parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch, Shewing the Deaths from Cholera during the Epidemic of 1848–1849. Download: PDF
  • 1852: General Register Office, Plate 1. Map of England shaded to show the prevalence of Cholera in the several districts during the epidemic of 1849. Download: PDF
  • 1852: General Register Office, Plate 2. All England. Diagram representing the deaths from cholera and diarrhoea on each day of the year 1849. Download: PDF
  • 1852: General Register Office, Plate 3. Eleven Divisions of England. Diagram representing the deaths from cholera on each day of the months of May, June, July, August, September, October & November in the year 1849. Download: PDF
  • 1854-09-22: Metropolitan Commission of Sewers, Frontage plan in the parish of St. James, Westminster (Edmund Cooper's Spot Map). Download: PDF
  • 1855-01: John Snow, Map 1. Showing deaths from cholera in Broad Street, Golden Square and the neighbourhood from 19 August to 30 September 1854. "A black mark or bar for each death is placed in the situation of the house in which the fatal attack took place. The situation of the Broad Street pump is also indicated, as well as that of all surrounding pumps to which the public had access" (MCC2, viii). Download: PDF
  • 1855-01: John Snow, Map 2. Showing the boundaries of the Registrar-General's districts on the south side of the Thames in London, and also the water supply of those districts (MCC2, vii). Download: PDF
  • 1855-07-25-a/b: Cholera Inquiry Committee, Plan [Map] shewing the ascertained deaths from cholera in part of the parishes of St. James, Westminster and St. Anne, Soho during the summer and autumn of 1854. Download: PDF
  • 1855-07: General Board of Health, Medical Council, Plan [Map] shewing the ascertained deaths from cholera in part of the parishes of St. James, Westminster and St. Anne, Soho during the summer and autumn of 1854 that accompanied the Report by Fraser, Hughes, and Ludlow in the Appendix to Report of the Committee for Scientific Inquiries in Relation to the Cholera-Epidemic of 1854. Download: PDF
  • 1855-08: John Snow, map depicting cholera mortality during the outbreak, with equidistant walking lines between the Broad Street pump and nearest riival pumps, in Cholera Inquiry Committee, "Dr. Snow's Report." Download: PDF
  • 1872: Surrey Buildings and Truscott's Court, Thomas Street, Horsleydown—Detail from Ordnance Survey map.
  • 1987: Patrice Bourdelais, Maps of three cholera pandemics from Une peur bleue [A big fear].
  • Disease Theory Diagrams [partial list--more to come]. Download: PDF
  • Holistic Equilibrium Model Diagram
  • London Streetfinder, 17—depicts current location of the 1854 Broad Street cholera field.