Lively pictorial map of the Philippines, drawn by John G. Drury of the 2145th Ordnance Battalion.
This is one in a series of Mem-o-Maps published at the end of World War II. The maps were intended as souvenirs for the military. Military personnel could fill in banners "came in on good ship" and "departed on good ship", their name and organization etc.
Pictographs mark various memorable spots and wildlife (including larger-than-life insects).