"Birdseye View of Puget Sound Country and Vicinity Compiled Expressly for Puget Sound Navigation Company",
Period: 1910 (circa)
Color: Printed Color
19.8 x 13.6 inches
50.3 x 34.5 cm
This very attractive map was produced for the Puget Sound Navigation Company and was distributed to the ferry lines' passengers. The map shows railroads, auto roads and electrical lines. A list of 69 towns with their distances from Seattle is along the left border. On verso is a romantic narrative describing the "Beauties and Wonders of Puget Sound", complete with nearly a dozen picturesque black and white photographs of the natural settings within the Sound. Map folds into colorful decorative self-wrappers depicting bathers on the beach with snow-capped mountians in the background.
A short fold separation has been repaired with archival tape on verso. Some minor toning along folds.