1940 Pictorial and Tourist Map of the City of Ottawa 36x24” print ($60 CAD)
Besides being a handsome oversized map of the City of Ottawa made in 1940 by that city's Industrial and Publicity Bureau, that orange line shows a "suggested motor tour" route of Ottawa and Hull, and the box at bottom left gives a list of worthwhile stops. Included in that list of worthwhile stops: the Masonic Hall, National Revenue Building, and Royal Mint. Someone please take the tour route and let me know if it's still fun eighty years later. A reproduction of an image I found buried in the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee's map collection, of all places.