Denver: The Clason Map Company, 1929. Color map [71 cm x 54 cm] / [28" x 21"] that folds-out of printed green and tan wrappers. [31pp] Sextodecimo [16 cm]. About very good. Bookplate on the front inside cover. Map is loose from rear panel and laid in. 'State and City Maps, Auto Road Logs, Railroads; Commercial Index of Towns giving Hotels, Industries, Altitudes, Population, Etc.' - title page. Item #6511
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. Reverse prints 'Mileage Map of the Best Roads of Idaho: Showing Paved Roads, Road Distances, State Highways - U.S. Highways. "There is a typical western bustle to the little cities of Idaho. Every one of them has snap and push. Well paved, electric lighted streets and modern water works are the rule. the state is well supplied with hot springs but the people don't consider that any reason why every home should not have its porcelain tub." - p.15 We are unable to locate any institutional holdings. Rare.