[Oakley, ID]: Oakley Valley Improvement Group, (c.1970). Single tan sheet [30.5 cm x 45.5 cm] printed in brown on both sides. A handul of manuscript corrections. Three vertical folds as issued. Very good. Item #4156
Large map [28 cm x 33 cm] of Oakley, Idaho on one side with a list of 33 historical buildings on the left side that are then located on the map. Map is titled: 'A Tour of Oakley: Featuring Some of Oakley's Fascinating Old Homes and Historical Buildings Built Between 1880 and 1912.' Map was drawn by Kent Hale. The reverse contains the cover and images of seven of the historical buildings of Oakley: Farmers Commercial Savings Bank, Carter Worthington Residence, Marcus Funk Residence, John C. Clark Residence, John N. Price Residence, McMurry Residence and Howell's Castle.
Oakley is a southern Idaho town near the Oregon Trail landmark 'City of Rocks' it was founded by Mormon Pioneers in the late 19th century and contains a number of historic structures.