Pictorial Map of Indiana
Karl Smith: 1934

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Indiana Hoosier Pictorial Map
Indiana Hoosier Pictorial Map
Indiana Hoosier Pictorial Map
Indiana Hoosier Pictorial Map
Indiana Hoosier Pictorial Map
Indiana Hoosier Pictorial Map
Karl Smith
An Historical and Geographical Map of the State of Indiana “The Hoosier State”
Karl Smith, Louisville: July 1934
Compliments of John P. Morton & Company, Louisville
Represented by Charles F. Walton, Evansville, Indiana
Color photo process print
21.75 x 15.5 inches, image>
25.5 x 19 inches, overall
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Pictorial map of the state showing various towns and cities throughout with accompanying illustrations. The images include various farm animals, farmland, railroads, universities, factories, and waterfalls. The cartouche features the state seal and a view of the Capture of Vincennes in 1779 appears to the right, taken from a painting. Apparently given as a promotional item by John P. Morton & Company, Louisville, Kentucky.

In the 1930s and 1940s, the Speed Art Museum (then the J.B. Speed Art Museum) in Louisville, Kentucky, commissioned Karl Smith to make a series of pictorial maps of the states.