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1927 American Automobile Assoc. Map of the Atlantic Yellowstone Pacific Highway

Atlantic Yellowstone Pacific Hiway - Main View

1927 American Automobile Assoc. Map of the Atlantic Yellowstone Pacific Highway


Highlights transcontinental roads leading to Yellowstone National Park.



Atlantic Yellowstone Pacific Hiway
  1927 (undated)     9 x 31.5 in (22.86 x 80.01 cm)     1 : 5585000


This is a c. 1927 American Automobile Association map of the Atlantic Yellowstone Pacific Highway. The map depicts the United States from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean and from Montana and Duluth, Minnesota to Norfolk, Virginia and Carson City, Nevada. The Atlantic Yellowstone Pacific Highway is highlighted in red, with the route from Chicago, Illinois to Twin Falls, Idaho marked in bold. Myriad cities and towns throughout the U.S. are labeled, with state capitals marked by star inscribed in a circle. Other highways across the country are illustrated as well, with different markings used to denote differing road grades. National parks, mountain ranges, lakes, and rivers are noted as well. A chart tracing the elevation of the highway from Chicago to Twin Falls is situated along the top border and highlights the increase in elevation, with the highest point along the route at th4e summit of the Togwotee Pass.
Publication History and Census
This map was published by the American Automobile Association c. 1927. Two examples are catalogued in the OCLC as being part of the collection at the Wisconsin Historical Society and the University of Wyoming.


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Very good. Light wear along original fold lines. Text on verso.


OCLC 44457177.