Folded Dimensions: 4.75" X 8.5"
Open Dimensions: 41 W X 25 H
Date Location: Front Cover & Legend
Cover Description: Light blue top and dark blue bottom. Text on map cover is in white. The upper portion of the cover features a primarily blue colored drawing of a canoe with eight occupants and the date 1760 below. The lower portion of the cover features a colored illustration of a four lane highway with two modern automobiles. An over pass is in the background.
Date Code: Non-Applicable
Southern Ontario Scale: 1" : 14 miles
Northern Ontario Scale: 1" : 28 miles
Main Legend Side Features: Map of Southern Ontario with legend, Index of Lakes, Index of Cities, Towns & Villages - (Southern Ontario), 'Ontario Highway First Aid System' information, 'What to do in case of an Accident' information and 'District Engineers Addresses & Telephone numbers'.
Opposite Side Features: Close up maps of 40 communities, Map of Northern Ontario with legend, Mileage Tables, Illustrations of Regulatory Signs, Index of Cities, Towns and Villages - (Northern Ontario), Official Travel Information and Ontario Provincial Police Locations.
Mileage Tables: Highways No.2 through to Highway No. 135 & Controlled Access Highways; QEW, 400, 401 & 402
Compiled By: C. P. Robins.
Prime Minister: Leslie M. Frost
Minister: Fred M. Cass, Department of Highways
Deputy Minister: W. J. Fulton, Department of Highways
Other: Lithographed in Canada by Rolph-Clark-Stone, Ltd.
Note: The dates 1760 - 1960 represent the bi-centennial of the defeat of France in the St. Lawrence - New France area of what became Canada and the beginnings of British Rule in Canada. In the 1760's British fur merchants and French Canadian voyageurs were active in the Ontario region.
North Arrow Used On This Map
Construction of the 417 through Ottawa has begun as portrayed on this map.