Pictorial map of the United States, focusing on Dallas as the center of the country. The map shows distances from Dallas to many other major cities in the United States. The map was published as part of the centennial of the Republic of Texas celebrations in Texas in 1936.
On the front of the four-page pamphlet is a picture of a Longhorn standing across all of the United States, the verse underneath the picture says:
If All the Texas Steers were one STEER, he could stand with his front feet in the Gulf of Mexico and his hind feet in Hudson Bay, and with his horns punch holes in the moon, and with his tail brush the mists off the Aurora Borealis.
On the U.S. map a man in a cowboy hat says "Texans don't brag they just tell the truth".
A rare "Texas Brags"-type map.