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1983 Chris King Pictorial Map of Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Jackson Hole Picture Map. - Main View

1983 Chris King Pictorial Map of Jackson Hole, Wyoming


Scarce pictorial map of Jackson Hole.



Jackson Hole Picture Map.
  1983 (dated)     17.25 x 34.5 in (43.815 x 87.63 cm)


This is a 1983 Chris King pictorial map of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The town of Jackson, Wyoming, occupies most of the foreground, with hotels, restaurants, shops, and more illustrated in profile. 'Signs' label businesses that occupy the same building, such as the Trading Post Mall and Cache Creek Square. Other locations are numerically marked and correspond with verso-content. The Rocky Mountains occupy the background, with Teton Village, Spring Creek Ranch, and Wagon Wheel Village are illustrated.
Verso Content
A local business directory occupies most of the verso and advertisements create a border. A highway map occupies part of the verso as well.
Publication History and Census
This map was created by Chris King and published in 1983. Published annually for tourists visiting the region, it is likely not many survive today. Five examples of the 1983 edition are cataloged in OCLC: Library of Congress, the University of Minnesota Twin Cities, Michigan State University, the University of Illinois at Chicago, and the University of Wyoming.


Chris King (fl. 1980 - Present) began publishing the Jackson Hole Picture Map in 1980 from his commercial art studio in Aspen, Colorado. He bought the Aspen Picture Map in 1982 (the map was first issued in 1974) and completely overhauled the publication. The maps are updated annually and are published by King Picture Maps, Inc. Learn More...


Very good. Light wear along original fold lines. Verso repairs to fold separations. Business directory and map of Jackson Hole on verso.


OCLC 52239611, 42026333.