A Sight-Seers' Map of Manhattan prepared by Paul Savitt under the direction of the editors of True, the Man's Magazine.
1946 (undated) 23.5 x 11 in (59.69 x 27.94 cm)
A charming 1946 pictorial map of New York City, or more specifically Manhattan, drawn by Paul Savitt for True, the Man's Magazine. The map humorously illustrates all of the fun a savvy gentleman can have visiting New York City - from swinging Harlem nightspots, to fine dining, to cashing in on the Stock Market, and a visit to 52nd or 'Swing Street'. The map features a numerical key identifying some 77 Manhattan hotspots including theaters, gentleman's clubs, nightclubs, sourest sites, cafes, and restaurants. Scarce.
Good. Some wear on original fold lines. Vargas style pinup on verso.