C.H. Ruth (19xx - 19xx) was a cartographer and mapmaker active in the early to mid-20th century in the American West. Three pictorial maps of northern Colorado are known to have been created by Ruth and issued in 1939, 1940, and 1941 and focus on the region around Rocky Mountain National Park and the town of Estes Park. We have also found a source that credits a 'C.H. Ruth' for creating 'single sheet topographic maps' of national forests for the U.S. Forest Service. However, that source states that Ruth 'could not be found in Forest Service directories or in Polk's city directories of Missoula, Montana or Washington, D.C.' That source also speculates that since most of the maps created by C.H.Ruth were of forests in Idaho, that Ruth may have been based in Idaho.

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