Item 2002. - Suggested Highway Routes to Alaska

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Suggested Highway Routes to Alaska

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53.3 cm x

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? Colorful map of mostly Yukon, BC, AB, and parts of Alaska, Northwest Territories and southern part of the United States.
? Legend, Mileage Tables and notes are printed on a white sheet that is then glued onto the map
? Legend includes: 1) Main Routes shown, 2) Roads Fully or Partially Constructed in B.C. and Yukon, 3) Roads Elsewhere, 4) Airports.

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Part of the H.G.T. (Harry) Perry fonds

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? Mileage Tables includes 2 Route Bs. One Route B is the Easterly Rout via Manson Creek Road, and the other Route B is the Easterly Route via Summit Lake/ Parsnip Road.
? Vancouver to Alaska Boundary by Route B via Summit L. – Parsnip R. is 1759 miles.
? n.d [it is pre-1949] – c.1942?
? Hand drawn with coloured felts are different routes along with some notes.
? Includes a smaller map of Canada, with a scale of 6 mm – 100 miles.

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