Gilman Joslin was one of America’s most prolific globe makers. Read more about him in our Guide to Globe Makers.
Cartouche on Horizon Band: IMPROVED GLOBE, BOSTON./ MANUFACTURED BY GILMAN JOSLIN,/ CORRECTED TO DATE./ Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1852, by Charles Copley in/ the Clerks office, of the District Court, of the Southern District of New York./
Dekker, Elly and van der Krogt, Peter. Globes from the Western World. London: Zwemmer, 1993. pp. 126, 140, 176.
How to Use a Globe, Joslin’s Terrestrial and Celestial Globes/ Joslin’s Hand-book to the Terrestrial and Celestial Globes. Gilman Joslin & Son, Manufacturers and Dealers, 5 Mt. Vernon Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts: [n.d., but c. 1890], pp. 3-4.
Warner, Deborah Jean. вЂњThe Geography of Heaven and Earth,вЂќ Rittenhouse Journal of the American Scientific Instrument Enterprise, Vol. 2, No. 3. 1987. pp. 100-103.
Yonge, Ena L. A Catalogue of Early Globes, Library Series No. 6. American Geographical Society: 1968. pp. 37-38.