Attractive color-printed plan of the foreign concession area of Shanghai, published for Carl Crow's handbook on China in the late 1910s or early 1920s.
Southwest is at the top of the map. This was an interesting period for the foreign settlement and concession system in China, as it underwent major changes in the aftermath of the First World War, but before the Japanese take over.
Major street names are listed, as are public parks, train stations, tramways, railways, etc.
Folding map. Minor toning at folds.