[Washington?]: 1970. Color map. Single sheet. 19" x 25" There are a few edge wrinkles and faint creases, but clean and bright overall.
Pictorial map of the lower Potomac River, featuring illustrations marking various points of interest and historic sites. The course of a Prohibition era bootlegger's vessel--the E. T. Somers--is marked between Leonardtown, Maryland and McQuire's Wharf, Virginia. Other decorations include characteristic sailing craft of the region, historical figures, homes, a waterman tonging oysters, etc. Several humorous annotations printed as well.
A very attractive and delightful map.
OCLC locates a single copy--at the Library of Congress.