Very rare and attractive pictorial map of the Long Beach Peninsula, just north of the Columbia River estuary, in Washington. Showing this long spit of land in detail, the map names a great many place names and shows points of interest on the presque-isle.
Also included on the map are various photographs and an advertisement for Red's Cafe, in the southernmost part of the island.
This map was produced by Charles Muray, who, along with his wife Maureen Muray, produced several early pictorial maps of this part of Washington.
We have located a single institutional holding of this map in the University of Washington library. We were unable to trace any further mentions of this map.