1911 Hathaway’s Guide & Birds-Eye Map of Winnipeg 24" square print ($40 CAD)
Winnipeg bloomed early in the 20th century, and when R. W. Hathaway and J. K. Wright made this in 1911 it was the third largest city in Canada and had much to show off, pictorially. Of note: the train bisecting St. Boniface on the CPR line at bottom, the treed parks and cemeteries, the tiny buildings and the accurately-drawn bridges, all small enough that you might have to zoom in to see them. Oh, and also that “west” is “up.” While this map isn’t necessarily rare (I’m pretty sure you can order it on pillows, phone cases, shower curtains, etc. online), it is an absolute gem.