Rand McNally Pocket Maps of Florida


“For tourists, travelers, shippers, general commercial and business reference” [pg. 1]

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This spectacularly detailed overview of Florida was published in Chicago by Rand McNally in 1941. Using data from the 1940 Census, it provides a comprehensive snapshot of the Sunshine State shortly before U.S. entry into World War II. Thirty-six pages of text encased within illustrated wraps contain a general description of Florida, indices of towns, physical features, and counties, and a list of transportation routes in operation.

A double-sided folding map is affixed to the back cover and measures approximately. One side, vibrantly colored, emphasizes the railroads and includes inset maps of the areas around Tampa Bay, Miami, and Jacksonville. The verso is a blue and white map that highlights the highway network across the state. An inset map of the Panhandle and Cuba can be seen in the lower left.

Map Details

Publication Date: 1941

Author: Rand McNally

Sheet Width (in): 19.9

Sheet Height (in): 26.6

Condition: A

Condition Description: 36 pp. printed booklet with illustrated stiff paper covers and stapled binding. Includes a large double-sided folding map. Faint wear on the front cover and some creased corners, but overall in near fine condition.


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