1950's Map of Lexington Kentucky
This is a print that is 11 x 14 with a black mat It is printed with an ink jet printer on archive quality paper, Paper is white Pearl Metallic gloss. Price includes shipping anywhere in the continental United States.
This is the only copy that I know exists of this map. My dad, James E Neace did the illustrations around the border of the map for the Chamber of Commerce in the 1950's. It shows scenes around the border of the historic horse farms and points of interest in the area during the 1950's.
Ed Wilder and A.L. where the draftsmen for the base map. I remember going to the Chamber of Commerce with my dad when he turned the completed job in to them. The Chamber of Commerce was then located in a church that was across the corner from the intersection of High Street and the Harrison Street Viaduct, which was next to the Union Terminal in downtown Lexington.
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