Four-fold brochure, green and black ink with black & white photos of tourist destinations along U.S. Highway 16, and a map showing the highway route from Detroit, over Lake Michigan by ferry, to Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. Includes several racial stereotype images of Native-Americans.;This brochure is a good example of the graphic style used for tourism materials during the mid-20th century. It shows a popular route which led west from Michigan for vacationing families.;In pencil script on front, 'aju / July 1954'. |
Virtual Discovery Kit: A is for Autos (April 2020) Automobiles take us places, from school, to work, to leisure. Learn about the history of cars, Michigan’s impact in the automobile industry, traveling and what draws people to own and drive cars.