1960 Enco Folklore and Legends Map of the United States
Description: An appealing and colorful pictorial map of the United States illustrated with our national folklore and legends. Recognizable figures include Paul Bunyan and his great Blue Ox, Long Jon Silver, Moby Dick, Jonny Appleseed, the heroes of the Alamo, the Headless Horseman, and many others. Insets in the lower left focus on the folklore and legends of Hawaii and Alaska – respectively.
This map was prepared by the General Drafting Company of eNCO. eNCO was a secondary retail division of Humble Oil. The brand lasted from roughly 1960 to 1973. Humble Oil was part of the eSSO (exxon Mobile) corporation and created by that corporation in an attempt to comply with antitrust laws. The eNCO / Humble Oil name was most commonly associated with retail service stations in the American southwest.
Date: 1960 (undated)
References: National Library of Australia, 12245368.
Size: Printed area measures 33 x 22.5 inches (83.82 x 57.15 centimeters)
Condition: Very good. Some edge wear. Original fold lines exhibit light wear.
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Code: FolkloreandLegends-enco-1960 (to order by phone call: 646-320-8650)