This hand-drawn map is one of a series of driving guides from the late 1940's and features the North Channel of Lake Huron and Manitoulin Island area.
These maps are from a time when going on a "driving tour" through the beautiful Ontario countryside was a well-accepted activity for Saturday afternoon or a family vacation. These maps were essential for trip planning and highlight the roadways, cities & towns, and particularly scenic viewing points of the region.
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