Format Maps
Contributors American Automobile Association. Touring Information Board
Dates 1911
Location East
United States
Language English
Subjects East
East (U.S.)
Steamboat Lines
United States
North and South, map of main-traveled routes : showing principal roads in the Northern and Central Western States, and their connections with the main-traveled highways of the South : [Eastern U.S.] /
Other Title
Routes between the Northern States, Middle Western States, and the South
Contributor Names
American Automobile Association. Touring Information Board.
Created / Published
New York : American Automobile Association, Route and Map Service, c1911.
Subject Headings
-  Roads--East (U.S.)
-  Steamboat lines--East (U.S.)
-  United States--East
-  Road map of Eastern U.S.
-  Also shows car-carrying steamship routes between New York City, Galveston, and intermediate ports.
-  Title from panel.
-  LC copy imperfect: Use-worn, rubber-stamped, slightly torn at fold lines, stained at title-panel fold line. DLC
-  Includes notes and New York metro-area inset.
-  Text, 5 city route maps, map of Manhattan steamship line piers, 2 Savannah approach route maps, AAA logotype, and advertisements on verso.
-  In lower right corner: D.M.
-  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
1 map ; 58 x 46 cm., folded to 25 x 10 cm.
Call Number
G3706.P2 1911 .A4
Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 USA dcu
Digital Id
g3706p ct003366r
g3706p ct003366v
Library of Congress Catalog Number

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