"Map of the District of Columbia 1901… For the Preparation of a Plan for the Improvement of the Park System of the District of Columbia", U.S. Government
Subject: District of Columbia
Period: 1901 (dated)
Color: Printed Color
28 x 26.3 inches
71.1 x 66.8 cm
A large and nicely engraved map that shows current park areas, proposed street development plan, topography and schools. This ambitious map is absolutely filled with information including the Permanent System of Highways, Authorized New Railroad Locations, Areas controlled by the War Department, and much more. The map extends to just show a corner of Alexandria in the south, and north to include some or all of Kenilworth, Burrville, Woodridge and Takoma, west to American University Park, and east about 2 miles past the Anocostia River. The map is numbered "No. D-99" at lower left. North is oriented to the upper left. Prepared by J.G. Langdon and printed by the A. Hoen & Co. of Baltimore.
Folding as issued with bright impression, fine coloring and full margins. One tiny spot near title, still fine.