Lake George

Ephemeral brochure advertising steamer routes along Lake George in New York

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This charming little map was created and published in Boston by the Rand Avery Supply Company in 1912 to advertise the routes of The Delaware & Hudson Company (railroads) and the Lake George Steamboat Company (steamship lines).

Hotels, wharves, historic sites, and geographic features are labeled between Ticonderoga in the north and the town of Lake George in the south, with an index in the lower right for use as a finding aid. Shaded topography loosely reflects the region’s rugged terrain – an ideal environment for outdoor enthusiasts. Timetables and a map of the Delaware and Hudson network are presented on the verso.

Map Details

Publication Date: 1912

Author: Rand Avery Supply Company

Sheet Width (in): 6.5

Sheet Height (in): 20.5

Condition: A-

Condition Description: Small pamphlet with centerfold map that folds into six panels. Light to moderate wear, including a bit of repaired separation, along former fold lines. Otherwise in very good to near fine condition overall.

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