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195 Notes Chapter 1 1.  Christine Bold, The WPA Guides: Mapping America (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 1999); Marguerite S. Shaffer, See America First: Tourism and National Identity, 1880–1940 (Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 2001). These two books treat the broad subject of tourism and national identity with well-developed insight and admirable clarity. 2.  Abigail van Slyck, “Mañana, Mañana: Racial Stereotypes and the Anglo Rediscovery of the Southwest’s Vernacular Architecture, 1890–1920,” Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture 5 (1995): 95–108; David J. Weber, “The Spanish Legacy in North America and the Historical Imagination,” The Western Historical Quarterly 23, no. 1 (February 1992): 5–24; Chris Wilson, The Myth of Santa Fe: Creating a Modern Regional Tradition (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1997); Glen Gendzel, “Pioneers and Padres: Competing Mythologies in Northern and Southern California, 1850–1930,” The Western Historical Quarterly 32, no. 1 (Spring 2001): 55–79; E. B. Mann, New Mexico, Land of Enchantment (East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 1955). 3.  H. H. Condon, “Sunshine and Progress,” Arizona Highways, August 1930, 8; [Raymond Carlson?], “Arizona is Nation’s Largest Vacationland,” Arizona Highways, June 1931, 8; Ira L. Wood, “Tourists Will Spend $16,000,000 in Arizona During 1936 as They Tarry in Nation’s Wonderland,” Arizona Highways, March 1936, 8; Frank Lloyd Wright, “To Arizona,” Arizona Highways, May 1940, 8–9; [George Avey and Raymond Carlson?], “Indian Reservations in Arizona,” Arizona Highways, June 1940, 1; [Raymond Carlson?], “Winter in the Old West,” Arizona Highways, November 1940, n.p. [insert]. 4.  Miner Raymond Tillotson and Frank J. Taylor, Grand Canyon Country (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1929). Foreword by Horace M. Albright, illustrations by Ruth Taylor White. 5.  For the San Diego Exposition, the map is Don Bloodgood and Shell Oil Company , “San Diego: The California Pacific International Exposition,” pictographic (San Diego: Shell Oil, 1935). For the San Francisco Exposition, the maps are Francis DeFoy, “Treasure Island Viewed from the Mainland, Souvenir Cartograph,” pictographic (San Francisco: Davidson & Licht Jewelry Co., 1939); Ruth Taylor, “A Cartograph of Treasure Island in San Francisco Bay: Golden Gate International Exposition,” pictographic (San Francisco: H. S. Crocker, 1939). 6.  F. Gordon Chadwick, “A Cartograph of the Island of Oahu,” pictographic (Honolulu : Honolulu Star Bulletin, 194?). 7. Frank Antoncich, “Cartomap: Leech Lake, Minnesota,” pictographic (Virginia: Fisher Company, 1940); Alva Scott Garfield, “A Scott-Map of Boston, Massachusetts,” 196  •  Notes to Pages 7–11 pictographic (Concord: Scott-Maps, 195?); Carlo Nisita and C. Eleanor Hall, “A Romance Map of the Northern Gateway [1934],” pictographic (Buffalo: Holling Press, 1951). 8.  Don Bloodgood, “A Pic-Tour Map of Southern California: Where to Go, How to See, and What to Do Southern California” (San Francisco: H. S. Crocker, 1956); William H. Blackburn, “Arizona: Land of the Sun,” pictographic (Phoenix: Bob Petley, 1948); Emory Cobb, “Sunkist Trail” (Phoenix: Arizona Mapping Service, 1930); Gerald Eddy, “Panorama of Boulder Dam [and] Grand Canyon: Showing Routes of Scenic ‘Wonder Air Tours’” (Los Angeles: United Air Lines, 195?). 9. James R. Akerman, “Selling Maps, Selling Highways: Rand McNally’s ‘Blazed Trails’ Program,” Imago Mundi 45 (1993): 77–89. 10.  Vincent J. Del Casino and Stephen P. Hanna, “Representations and Identities in Tourism Map Spaces,” Progress in Human Geography 24, no. 1 (March 1, 2000): 23–46. 11.  John Pickles, “Text, Hermeneutics and Propaganda Maps,” in Writing Worlds: Discourse, Text and Metaphor in the Representation of Landscape, ed. Trevor Barnes (New York: Routledge, 1991), 193–230. 12.  Richard V. Francaviglia, The Shape of Texas: Maps as Metaphors (College Station : Texas A&M University Press, 1995). 13.  Denis Wood, The Power of Maps, Mappings (New York: Guilford Press, 1992). 14.  Daniel K. Connolly, “Imagined Pilgrimage in the Itinerary Maps of Matthew Paris,” The Art Bulletin 81, no. 4 (December 1999): 598–622. 15.  Akerman’s “Selling Maps, Selling Highways” builds on an earlier article by Walter W. Ristow, “A Half Century of Oil-Company Road Maps,” Surveying and Mapping 24 (1964): 617–37. 16.  Nigel Holmes, Pictorial Maps (New York: Watson-Guptill Publications, 1991). 17.  Federal Writers’ Program, Arizona: A State Guide, 3rd ed. (New York: Hastings House, 1940). See endpapers. 18.  Arizona: A State Guide, 232–33. This is the map of “Phoenix Vicinity, 1939.” 19. Bold, The WPA Guides, 12. Bold offers a history of the series, as well as critical analysis of several states’ guides. She demonstrates the ways in which the federal government engaged the politics of representation during the New Deal era. 20.  Marc Treib, “The City Character Print,” Design...


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