Folded Dimensions:3 ½" X 9 ½"
Open Dimensions:18 ¾" X 38 ¼"
Date Determination: Date based on fact there is no QEW but the Ivy Lea Bridge (which opened in 1938) does exist.  This map also shows Blue Water Bridge at Sarnia, completed October 1938.  Reference is made in the Legend to the "Speed Limit as at March 1st, 1939, 50 Miles Per Hour."
Cover Description: Blue background with large letters, "ONTARIO" above a colored drawing of a pine tree on a cliff overlooking farm country.  (Unlike previous and subsequent years - the words "Road Map" are not below the word Ontario). Below the main pine tree drawing are three additional drawings - a plane "In the Air", a boat "On the Water", a car "On Land". At the bottom of the cover is the B-A bowtie logo with the words it's All The Way.
Date Code: Non-Applicable
Scale: approximately 1" = 18 miles
Main Legend Side Features: Cover, Highway Distance Tables, map of southern Ontario, Index of Lakes, Sources of Information, Credit Card Information, Legend, Title, Index of Cities, Towns and Villages, Pennzoil Lubrication Advertisement
Opposite Side Features: Map of North Western portion of the Province, Map of Muskoka Haliburton and Algonquin Park, Graphic <Mileage Chart, Highway Mileage Tables
Other: Compiled and drawn by D. Barclay. Adam Hay, Chief Draughtsman. Lithographed in Canada by Copp Clark Ltd., Toronto, ON.
Note: Although QEW is not labelled, it appears to exist, between Hwy 2 and 5, between Toronto and Hamilton. 

Cover
Rear Cover
Title
Legend
Credit Cards

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sources

Mileage Chart