Detail View: Touchton Map Library: A folding color Official Transportation Map of the State of Florida. The map was copyrighted in 1991 by the State of Florida, published by the Florida Department of Transportation, and distributed by the Florida Department of Commerce. When unfolded, one side has a road map of the entire state with a Legend insert, an Index of Cities and Towns, and magnified box insets of: Gainesville, Tallahassee, St. Augustine, Pensacola, Orlando and Vicinity, Jacksonville, the Tampa Bay Area, Daytona Beach and Ormond Beach, and the John F. Kennedy Space Center. Smaller inset boxes contain information on: Amtrak Stations, Interstate Highways, and the NOAA Weather Radio Network. The border contains numbers along the horizontal "x" axis and letters along the vertical "y" axis for orienting and pinpointing locations. The reverse contains a magnified inset map of Stuart to Florida City and other insets containing information on: Official Highway Mileage, Florida's Turnpike, Public Recreation Areas, Attractions, and the Wildflower Program. A cartoon sailing ship is depicted alongside information about Florida's Columbus Jubilee, 1492-1992. When folded, the title, "Florida Official Transportation Map" is printed on a panel featuring a color photograph of the Sunshine Skyway Bridge. The opposite folded side contains a "Welcome To Florida" letter from the Governor, Lawton Chiles, with a color photograph of the Governor and the Great Seal of the State of Florida.

Accession Number: 
2019.053.012
Short Title: 
A folding color Official Transportation Map of the State of Florida. The map was copyrighted in 1991 by the State of Florida, published by the Florida Department of Transportation, and distributed by the Florida Department of Commerce. When unfolded, one side has a road map of the entire state with a Legend insert, an Index of Cities and Towns, and magnified box insets of: Gainesville, Tallahassee, St. Augustine, Pensacola, Orlando and Vicinity, Jacksonville, the Tampa Bay Area, Daytona Beach and Ormond Beach, and the John F. Kennedy Space Center. Smaller inset boxes contain information on: Amtrak Stations, Interstate Highways, and the NOAA Weather Radio Network. The border contains numbers along the horizontal "x" axis and letters along the vertical "y" axis for orienting and pinpointing locations. The reverse contains a magnified inset map of Stuart to Florida City and other insets containing information on: Official Highway Mileage, Florida's Turnpike, Public Recreation Areas, Attractions, and the Wildflower Program. A cartoon sailing ship is depicted alongside information about Florida's Columbus Jubilee, 1492-1992. When folded, the title, "Florida Official Transportation Map" is printed on a panel featuring a color photograph of the Sunshine Skyway Bridge. The opposite folded side contains a "Welcome To Florida" letter from the Governor, Lawton Chiles, with a color photograph of the Governor and the Great Seal of the State of Florida.
Year: 
1991