Colorful pictorial map of New Hampshire's White Mountains. Places of interest are shown with pictorial illustrations, including Sunset Hill House, Crawford House Club, Peckett's, the Waumbek, Mittersill Club, Hannes-Schneider Easter Slope Ski School, Thorn Mountain ski area and prominent mountain peaks including the famous Mt. Washington. Bear and deer roam the woods. Other illustrations feature the recreational activities of the region including skiers, golfers and tennis players and a nude swimmer in Elbow Pond.
Alva Scott Garfield designed, drew and published colorful pictorial maps of New England during the 1950s and 1960s. Based in Madison, New Hampshire, and Concord, Massachusetts, Garfield produced maps that were connected to nearby areas rich in historical interest: Boston, the Harvard University campus, Concord, Salem and the White Mountains. The maps are historically oriented and annotated throughout with facts and quotations from important historical figures. Events related to colonial history and the American Revolution are frequently highlighted. Important buildings are drawn in bird's-eye style. Garfield's maps include whimsical touches such as mermaids in the waters and decorative borders related to the locale. The maps in our inventory were recently rediscovered in a warehouse in New Hampshire, accounting for their very good uncirculated condition.
Condition: Generally very good with the usual light overall toning and light edge wear.