Maker: Wallace Bruce / Bryant Union
Antique map of the Hudson River, New York, by Wallace Bruce, published by Bryant Union, copyright 1894 and included in the book The Hudson by Daylight published in 1902. This fantastic book takes you on a guided tour of early 20th century Hudson River, from New York City to Albany with reproduced photographs along the way, showing notable scenes, such as the Statue of Liberty, the home of Washington Irving, "Old Cro' Nest and Storm King" and many more. The map, as the title explains, includes towns, cities, public spaces, property owners' names, historic locations, etc. Map is folded as issued and attached at the back of the book. Map could be removed for framing however the very top section just above the title would be lost. Very good antique condition. The book is complete and sturdy with some stains on the cover, toning of the pages. Map has some minor stains at paper edges. The map, being very long, is composed of multiple joined sheets. It could be sectioned for framing. Book measures approx. 6.25 x 5 inches and map measures approx. 102 inches tall by 5.5 inches wide.
Item Number: NYO1024