Signed example of Ernest Dudley Chase's sought after map of South America.
Rumsey describes the map as follows:
World War II-era pictorial map of South America with a positive message of solidarity between South America and the U.S. The cartouche featuring intricately drawn vignette images of important buildings, scenic spots in South America and portrait of Simon Bolivar. The cartography includes landmarks, rivers, cities and towns, and major mountain ranges. In addition, on the map there are small vignettes featuring the attractions of the countries: Peru, Equador, Venezuela, Colombia,Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay and Bolivia. The map is decorated with pink, black and yellow compass. . . .