1976 Carawan Pictorial Map of Key West, Florida

Key West. - Main View

1976 Carawan Pictorial Map of Key West, Florida


Wonderful pictorial map of Key West.


Key West.
  1976 (dated)     24.5 x 18.5 in (62.23 x 46.99 cm)


This is a comical 1976 Robert G. Carawan pictorial map of Key West, Florida.
A Closer Look
Oriented to the northeast, streets are illustrated and labeled throughout with buildings illustrated in profile. Labeled sites include the Hemingway House, Audubon House, Little White House (where presidents from William Howard Taft through John F. Kennedy spent time, but President Truman spent the most time - 175 days), Fort Taylor, and the Southernmost Point in the continental United States. Commercial establishments, among them the Days Inn and Travelodge, and Ramada Inn are identified as well, along with numerous restaurants, shops, and the Lighthouse Museum. Several Conch Train Tours appear throughout the town, an attraction that visitors to Key West can still enjoy.
Publication History and Census
This map was created by Robert G. Carawan and printed and published by Greene Street Graphics in 1976. Scarce.


Robert Griffith Carawan (February 14, 1952 - December 14, 1994) was an American artist active in Florida during the late 20th century. Born in Key West, Carawan exhibited his work in Florida and published a pictorial map of Key West with Greenstreet Graphics in 1976. More by this mapmaker...

Greene Street Graphics (1969 - 1981) was a printer and publisher in Key West, Florida. Founded by Ethel and Donald Nettleton, Greene Street Graphics was Key West's largest print shop when it was seized by the IRS for unpaid employee-related taxes in September 1981. Learn More...


Good. Some creasing.