The Supervue Map of New York City Every Point of Interest Before Your Eyes. A Complete Guide of What to Do Where to Go and What to See.
Fine black and white bird’s eye view of New York City, copyrighted by Samuel Freedman in 1933. It was published as pamphlet for tourist promotional works showing map of Manhattan extending from the Statute of Liberty and Governors Island in the south to Van Cortlandt Park (Bronx) and Botanical Garden. On the left inset of Central Park. A key at bottom shows Points of Interest, Districts and Steamship Piers. Streets are listed at right column. The later editions of this nice map appearing with color added.