Item #35488 Being a Cartograph of Ohio. The oldest state west of the thirteen original colonies; now the fourth state in the Union in population, third in manufacture; sixth in minerals mined; and among the foremost in agriculture. OHIO - PICTORIAL MAP 1934.
Being a Cartograph of Ohio. The oldest state west of the thirteen original colonies; now the fourth state in the Union in population, third in manufacture; sixth in minerals mined; and among the foremost in agriculture.

Being a Cartograph of Ohio. The oldest state west of the thirteen original colonies; now the fourth state in the Union in population, third in manufacture; sixth in minerals mined; and among the foremost in agriculture.

Ohio Commission to A Century of Progress International Exposition. 1934.
Color pictographic folding map, approx. 19 x 18 inches on sheet 24 x 19inches, folding as issued to 9 1/2 x 4 inches. Light general toning, 1/16 inch paper loss at one fold intersection; overall very good clean condition. Distributed at the Chicago Century of Progress Exposition, this cartograph by Sewah Studios, Marietta, was designed to tout the desirable and interesting nature of Ohio: "A good state to visit - Better yet to live in." Item #35488

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