Shows southern Ontario, northern New York State, parts of Vermont and Michigan, but Quebec is left blank (except for the Montreal area). Does not show Northern Ontario beyond the line North Bay - Sudbury - Sault Ste. Marie. Many ads.
advertisements of back side and part of front side
Shows districts/counties, townships (lots & concessions), major cities, towns and villages, railway lines, major roads, lakes, and rivers from Georgian Bay to Ottawa River & Lake Nipissing to top of Frontenac County. Includes Algonquin Park.
Shows counties, places, highways, and railways. Lists incorporated cities, towns and villages. Legend shows types of roads and Travel and Tourist spots. AM and FM radio stations listed. Describes first toll road. Gives distances between locations. Settlement index gives directory of names. Many insets of towns.
2 maps. First shows proposed electoral boundaries and townships including indexed list by number and name of Southern Ontario. The reverse side gives the proposed electoral boundaries of Metropolitan Toronto.
Pages 11 & 12 of Ottawa Journal newspaper dated Jun 15, 1965
printed by William Collins & Sons Ltd. Glasgow and London.
paper - coloured
Size: 33.5 x 26.5
Scale: printed scale
Scope and Content
Counties are in colour. Shows places and railways.. Only some townships are shown, including McNab, and they are marked as places rather than townships. White Lake is marked, and so is Arnprior. The map bears the number 27 b.
The distance lines are given in English miles and kilometres.
Map was purchased by Peter Hessel in Sydney, Australia, for $30 Australian, and donated in September 2003.
Reproduction from the Ontario Archives, Ref.: C-28. Shows (a) Ontario was once a part of Quebec, and (b) the region later called Upper Canada was divided into the districts of Lunenburg, Mecklenburg, Nassau and Hesse. Arnprior-McNab was in Mecklenburg.
Shows districts, counties, townships, post offices, Indian reserves, railway stations, steam & electric railway, canals & roads, lighthouses, water depths, cities, towns, villages, and unnumbered lots and concessions.