Miami, FL. Dade County Newsdealers Supply Co., 1943. War Time Edition.
Color bird's eye view pictorial map, approximately 15 x 26 inches on sheet 20 x 32 inches folding to 10 x 4 inches, map is bordered by hotel listings, multiple fold as issued. Inset map of Distances to Miami. Verso is accommodation listings and two column listing of what to see. Light toning along the edges and centrefold (mostly noticeable in the text areas; short separations at fold intersections, short split at lower fold edges (in the margin only). Overall very good condition. This is a detailed bird's eye view map of Miami Beach and Miami viewed from the east with major roads marked and small pictographs for noteworthy buildings. Places marked include the Harvey Firestone Estate, McClellan Ocean Villa, several hotels along the ocean front and the Venetian Islands. Around the map is an extensive list of hotels, War Time Accommodations in Greater Miami": "There are hotel and apartment accommodations available here for civilian occupancy this spring and summer. Despite the fact that the army and navy are training thousands of men in Greater Miami every day of the year, you can find attractive accommodations here at reasonable prices." On the verso, there is a listing of "What to See, Places to Go and Things to Do in Miami." A most interesting document of War-time Miami. Item #39069