Map Knott’s Berry Farm and Ghost Town
An early guide to Knott’s Berry Farm in Anaheim, California.
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Though the amusement park bearing its name spans dozens of acre today, Knott’s Berry Farm had more humble origins. It began (appropriately) as a berry farm owned and operated by Walter Knott, who gradually began adding attractions to their roadside stand along a popular California highway. The ‘park’ grew gradually, but steadily, throughout the 1930’s and 1940’s, and by the 1950’s it was a popular regional destination.
This map, published around 1960, shows the park after growing to over 40 individual attractions. Many of them are illustrated and numbered throughout the image, with further descriptive information available on the verso.
Publication Date: c. 1960
Author: Knott's Berry Farm
Sheet Width (in): 17.4
Sheet Height (in): 11.1
Condition Description: Creasing and wear along originally issued fold lines, plus abrasion on the verso that has led to a bit of minor paper loss (see horizontal centerfold). One small chip in the right margin.
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