First is a folding map (30.5 x 21") covering the Northeastern part of the United States. It was produced by the Automobile Club of America and compiled by the Bureau of Tours. The roads are all marked in red and noted along the routes are 300 hotels that have been approved by the bureau. Second is a folding map (15.5 x 9") published by the Ohman Map Co., NY showing the subway transit system in New York City. Station distance and timetables are on verso. Both interesting early 20th century maps.