Camille N. Drie
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Camille N. Drie, also known as Camille N. Dry, was a draughtsman active from ca. 1871 to 1904 in the United States. Drie created pictorial maps of various cities including a 110-sheet view of St. Louis, Missouri (1875). The Library of Congress has a collection of his work.
He worked with Richard J. Compton on the St. Louis mapping project.
- dry, camille n. "Search results from Panoramic Maps, Dry, Camille N., Pictorial St. Louis, the great metropolis of the Mississippi valley; a topographical survey drawn in perspective A.D. 1875, (g4164sm.gpm00001/)". Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. 20540 USA.
- Reps, John William (May 9, 1984). "Views and Viewmakers of Urban America: Lithographs of Towns and Cities in the United States and Canada, Notes on the Artists and Publishers, and a Union Catalog of Their Work, 1825-1925". University of Missouri Press – via Google Books.