Promoting Tourism in Arizona
Whimsical pictorial map of Arizona, illustrating the tourist attractions, national parks, Indian reservations, natural wonders, roads and some historical details within the state.
Don Bloodgood's work spanned a number of regions, including California, Hawaii, Texas and Arizona, with most maps relating to tourism. His career spanned from the 1930s to the early 1960s.
As with so many of Bloodgood's pictorial maps, they weren't just decorative maps, but his maps tap into the culture and life of the region, and reveal how the area would have been experienced at the time.