(Wyoming) Resource Map of Wyoming

Mapmaker: Clason

(Wyoming) Resource Map of Wyoming

c. 1920

  • ~Catalog 60~
  • (Wyoming) Resource Map Of Wyoming

    A rare and very attractive promotional map for Wyoming. Produced by the up and coming Clason company based in Denver, this is surrounded with black and white images of the agricultural bounty that could be made, as well as images at the top of the map for industry such as lumber mills, mining operations and refineries. Bold printed color helps identify the major auto roads, national forests (shown in blue) and lands irrigated (shown in green). Includes the towns, railroads and rivers of course, but also does a good job at showing the abundant oil fields, as well as points of oil shale. Each of the fields are named, such as the "Lost Soldier Oil Field and Mahoney Dome" or "Muskrat or Dutton Dome".

    Condition is very good. Image size is approximately 21.25 x 31.25 (inches)