1934 Whitney Graham Calendar City Map of Buffalo, New York

BuffaloNYCalendar-whitneygraham-1934
$350.00
Hand-Needled Stylan Valu Clothes Manufactured by Simon Greenbaum 479 Washington Street, Cor. Mohawk - Buffalo, N.Y.
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1934 Whitney Graham Calendar City Map of Buffalo, New York

BuffaloNYCalendar-whitneygraham-1934

A promotional piece for a clothing brand based in Buffalo, New York featuring a 1935 calendar.
$350.00

Title


Hand-Needled Stylan Valu Clothes Manufactured by Simon Greenbaum 479 Washington Street, Cor. Mohawk - Buffalo, N.Y.
  1934 (dated)    31 x 13 in (78.74 x 33.02 cm)     1 : 36000

Description


Created as a promotional piece for Stylan Valu Clothes, this extremely rare 1934 Whitney Graham city map or plan of Buffalo, New York also features a 1935 calendar. The map, situated above the calendar, depicts the city from Lake Erie and the Niagara River to the City Line and from Grover Cleveland Park to South Park and the South Park Conservatory. Streets throughout the city are identified, as are the railroads, canals, bridges, and parks. The University of Buffalo is illustrated and labeled in the upper right quadrant. The Stylan Valu factory, located at 479 Washington Street, is marked by large black lettering and an arrow pointing out its location.
Publication History and Census
This map was created and published by the Whitney Graham Company, Inc. in 1934. There are no other known examples.

Cartographer


The Whitney-Graham Company (fl. c. 1926 - 1942) was a printing and publishing company based in Buffalo, New York active in the early- to mid-twentieth century. The company was headed by Merle B. Whitney and H.H. Graham, both of whom previously worked for Mathews-Northrup based in Washington, D.C.

Condition


Good. Bear calendar stapled to paper in map's lower quarter. Closed tears extending one, one and one half, and four inches into printed area professionally repaired on verso. Closed margin tears professionally repaired on verso. Exhibits areas of loss along margins. Close top margin. Blank on verso.
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