From the Mitchell World Atlas this “Time Zones of the World” piece is a provocative addition to the Atlas as a whole. Gives us a broad and very graphic sense that time and space are relative. The reference at the bottom of the time zones map to “Air Line Distance” might be better understood to mean “as the crow flies”, since 1874 saw nothing as exotic as flying machines.
Archival reproduction print from high resolution scan. 12" x 15"