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This is a detailed city plan of Seattle dating to 1948. The map, drawn by Irving M. Smith covers the city of Seattle from 98th street south to SW 132nd street. Notes individual streets, parks, golf courses, lakes, bridges, playgrounds, rivers and harbor and shorelines. Bus lines are noted in red. An inset showing the system of street designations is included in the lower left quadrant. In the bottom portion of the sheet, below the map proper, another inset depicts the postal sections. A short paragraph provides important information about Seattle. This map was issued to accompany the Seattle Map and City Guide published in 1949 - the ‘only book of its kind published in Seattle'. The guidebook provides important tourist information including a street index, hotels, clubs, schools, beaches etc. The map and guide were published by Newman-Burrows Co., Inc.