Version "A" - 7 colors on back of map
Version "B" - 3 colors on back of map
 
Folded Dimensions: 3.5" X 9.5"
Open Dimensions: 45.25 W X 19" H
Date Location: Front Cover & Legend
Cover Description: Red background with white lettering, highlighted with a dark blue. Additional  dark blue lettering and a white box containing a message about Free Distribution. 
Date Code: Non-Applicable
Southern Ontario Scale: 1" : 17.5 miles
Northern Ontario Scale: 1" : 24 miles
Main Legend Side Features: Map of Southern Ontario as far north as Sudbury, Mileage Tables, Ontario Travel Information, Ontario Provincial Police Information, Index of Southern Cities, Towns and Villages and a "No Passing Zone" feature.
Opposite Side Features: Map of Northern Ontario, Index of Northern Cities, Towns and Villages, 27 "Maps Showing Highway Routes Through Cities", and a map of "The Niagara Peninsula" and a "Key Map of the Province".
Mileage Tables: Highways No.2  through to Highway No. 105 - & "Dual Highways"  - The Queen Elizabeth Way, Highway 2A & Highway 2S
Compiled by: C. P. Robins, Adam Hay - Chief Draughtsman.
Prime Minister: Leslie M. Frost
Minister: Geo. H. Doucett, Department of Highways
Deputy Minister: J. D. Millar, Department of Highways
Copyright: Crown copyright is acknowledged, materials below are reproduced for non-commercial purposes.© Queen's Printer for Ontario, 2016. 
Other: Copyrighted 1946 - Lithographed by The Copp-Clark Co., Limited, Toronto, Canada 
Note: Version A is properly colored.
The colors red, pink, green and the blue of the water has not been applied to the back side of the map in Version B.

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Backs of Version A & B
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North Arrow Used On This Map
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This is from the back of the map - Version A - where the colors are included.
Niagara
This is from the back of the map - Version B - where the red, green, pink and water blue was omitted.

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Eastern Ontario - Highway 7 ends in Perth.  The 416 to Ottawa is still half a century from completion.

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