The 1958 edition includes the Physiographic division of the Moon that was published only in 1961. Background: ACIC.
1958 edition, printed in Japan
Far side of the Moon: M 1:5.5M. Shaded relief aibrush map, based on Lunar Orbiter I-V images. 1969
Apollo landing sites 1969
CS. Hammond and CO., 1966 and 1969
Background photo from ACIC
Encyclopedia of Aviation and Space Sciences
Map 49 x 71 cm.
Courtesy Ton Lindeman
ACIC, 1st Edition, 1961.
Source: Carder, R. W. 1962. Lunar Charting on a Scale of 1:1000000. In: The Moon, (Kopal, Z., and Mikhailov, Z. K., editors) IAU Symposium 14, Academic Press, pp. 117-129, supplement to the book
Hackman, Robert J. (research and compilation)
Modified 1961 Engineer Special Study of the Surface of the Moon
Greyscale units, linework
1:9M (approx), originally compiled at 1:3.8M
Prepared for the Office of the Chief of Engineers by the U.S. Geological Survey, as part of a joint program with the Army Map Service
Source: AC Mason, RJ Hackman, Photogeologic study of the Moon. In: Kopal Z, Mikhailov ZK, 1962 eds: The Moon. Academic Press. London and New York. Large size supplement to the book.
Map of the Moon: the nearside in telescopic view. 1967 1:5M cartographer I. I. Katyaev, ed. V. A. Bronshten in transverse (equatorial) orthographic projection on the basis of the Photographic atlas of the Moon by Kuiper (1960) and the catalogue (Blagg and Muller 1935). Description of lunar surface compiled by Shishakov V.A. (Contributor: Zh. Rodionova)
Source of image: http://collections.lib.uwm.edu/digital/collection/agdm/id/1110/rec/1