With the growing popularity of the automobile as well as the completion of the United States’ “Mother Road” — Route 66 — New Mexico became increasingly a tourist destination. Gasoline stations provided free maps with attractive advertisement covers suggesting the fun of driving and exploring recreational activities and points of interests.
Chicago: M. H. Gousha Co., 1936. Fray Angélico Chávez History Library NMHM, Map Collection 78.9 Pb 1936.
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