James River Ceramics Club

1951

Jamestown James River Ceramics Club Field Trip

Unrecorded map for First Annual Field Trip of James River Ceramics Club to Jamestown Island Archeological Laboratory and James O'Donnell Pottery

DESCRIPTION: Unrecorded and hand-colored pictorial route map for the James River Ceramics Club. Mid 20th-century birds-eye perspective map of the area surrounding the James River near Jamestown, Virginia, location of the first permanent English settlement in North America.

Made for the occasion of the first annual field trip of the James River Ceramics Club to the Jamestown Island Archaeological Laboratory and to James O'Donnell Pottery on Sunday, August 12, 1951. Shows the towns of Williamsburg, Hilton Village, Benn's Church, Bacon's Castle, Surry, Burrowsville and more. With the logo for the James River Ceramics Club.

CREATOR: James River Ceramics Club

PUBLICATION DATE: 1951

GEOGRAPHIC AREA: United States

BODY OF WATER: James River

CONDITION: Good.  Somewhat age-toned on the recto. Two small chips in the top margin and a few white spots. No folds, or tears, and one tiny hole near Hilton Village.

COLORING: Hand colored.

ENGRAVER: 

SIZE: 16 " x 10 "

ITEM PHYSICAL LOCATION: 

PRICE: $350


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