I’m finally finished! I’ve been viewing and researching every deep-sky object that I can see in the Andromeda Galaxy in my telescope for over three years now. I’m extremely glad to be able to publish it now because M31 is ripe for the viewing in the evening sky. It was a surprisingly massive undertaking considering that so many globular clusters have been discovered, reclassified, and are still being discovered in the last 86 years since Hubble's first paper on them.
Here is the link to the 13MB zip folder (follow it and you can download it) that contains everything you need to view over 85 extragalactic deep-sky objects of the Andromeda Galaxy. I did it all with a 10-inch SCT, so I believe that many, many others can too! So please pass it around because I've read too many post on this site where people say they would like to observe them but they just don't know where to get the maps!
Scott N. Harrington