Denver: The Clason Map Company, 1927. Color map [71 cm x 51 cm] / [28" x 20"] that folds-out of printed green and tan wrappers. [31pp] Sextodecimo [16 cm]. Very good. 'State and City Maps, Auto Road Logs, Railroads; Commercial Index of Towns giving Hotels, Industries, Altitudes, Population, Etc.' - title page. Item #6510
Index booklet opens with a description of the state, its industries, roads, mining, agriculture, parks, monuments, features, etc. etc. Map locates county seats, county lines, railroad lines, national forest boundaries, and roads. Index of towns with locating coordinates and population printed to the right of the state's panhandle.
"Fishing is might good in Idaho for fish are plentiful in every lake and stream. These include trout, bass, white fish, salmon, perch, sunfish and char. The salmon runs up the rivers from the ocean and the state law permits them to be speared or caught on a snag hook." - p.13
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