Attractive early map showing the neighborhood of Bellevue in eastern Seattle. The map shows major roads railroad lines and more. The Medina peninsula is shown with significant annotations, including the location of the old "Bay School" and an offshore sailboat.
Bridle Trail State Park appears at the top of the map, and the map extends as far eastwards as Lake Sammamish. The floating bridge across Lake Washington is shown.
This map was produced by Maury Johnson, an oil dealer located near the border between Medina and Bellevue. The verso of the map shows a map of roads from Bellevue eastwards to the foot of the Cascades.