A Map of the Marked Historical Sites of California
Pictorial road map of California encouraging motor tourism to historic sites across the state.
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Nearly 500 separate historic sites across the state of California are numbered within this map’s image. According to the legend in the lower right, four symbols identify the approximate period of each location; Spanish-Mexican, Gold Rush, Agricultural Era, and the Commercial and Industrial Expansion. Vibrant illustrations provide an stylized depiction of each. The image also includes inset maps of major urban centers throughout the state, including the California Mother Lode, San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Monterrey.
Cartography by Lowell Butler, artwork by Gordon Brusstar, and published in 1952 in Vol. 44, No. 12 of Westways by the Automobile Club of Southern California.
Publication Date: 1952
Author: Lowell Butler
Sheet Width (in): 28.80
Sheet Height (in): 41.50
Condition Description: Large map originally issued folded into 16 panels, with light creasing and a bit of extraneous wrinkling along fold lines. Small holes at a few fold intersections, but overall the map remains in very good condition.
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