The White Mountains of New Hampshire.
1937 (dated) 16.5 x 19.5 in (41.91 x 49.53 cm)
An attractive pictorial 1937 map of the White Mountains of New Hampshire issued by National Geographic. Covers the region from Littleton and Sugar Hill to the Maine border. Notes towns, historical sites, roads, railroads and river ways. Topography is shown with elaborate shading. Surrounded by thirteen decorative views of various New Hampshire scenes including the Mount Washington Railways, the Old Man of the Mountains, The flume or Franconia Notch, Echo Lake, Dolly Copp Forest Camp, Glen Ellis Falls, and the summit of Mount Washington. Edited by Gilbert Grosvenor for National Geographic Magazine. Dated and copyrighted, 1937.
Very good. Original fold lines. Blank on verso.