New York. Rand McNally. 1924.
Red white and blue map 12 x 18 inches, folding as issued to pamphlet 9 x 4 inches. 4 1/2 inch split to one fold end, shorter splits (less than 1 inch) to two other fold ends; clean condition. Text on verso explains that the pamphlet "has been designed and arranged to assist the stranger who is seeking to get about Washignton by electric street car", and provides information on over fifty local attractions. Trolley lines and bus lines are shown in red. Prominent on the map are large areas of land reserved for the National Training School for Boys (a juvenile detention center), the U.S. Insane Asylum, and the U.S. Soldiers' Home. Striking color pictorial cover of Uncle Sam and the Capitol. Item #37766