Saint Paul, MN: McGill Warner Company, 1936. Color bird's eye view map [80 cm x 45 cm] that folds down to pamphlet size [22 cm x 10.5 cm] with folds as issued. Near fine. Item #2120
The reverse is illustrated with black and white photographs of the area with tips for travelers, offered tours and descriptions of the parks, there is also a list of Great Northern Railway offices. Roads and trails are shown and table of distance is listed at the foot.
"Hardly a quarter of a century ago, this natural vacation land was the undisputed home of bighorn sheep and Rocky Mountain goats. Today from upland slope or gale-swept crag - they look down on highways, forest trails, and rippling lake-paths cut by motor-launches. Today, when they venture to the loveliest vantage points, they discover great hotels or picturesque chalets. Today, they tread the by-paths, frisk among the boulders, as the friendly and protected guests of two nations." - from the park description.