1930's - Hollywood Pictorial Map by Ruth Taylor White

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Ruth Taylor White was a renowned American cartographer who created many pictorial maps from the 1920s-1940s. Taylor White labeled them "cartographs" due to their signature bobble-headed cartoon figures playing in colorful and inviting terrains. These distinctive maps attempted to be precise and precise, but also carried deep-rooted prejudices concerning culture, ethnicity, gender, and social class, exemplifying Taylor White's taste and the cultural norms of white middle-class Americans. These unique maps are a valuable insight into the cultural norms of the era, providing a detailed look at the values of the time and a historically significant representation of the world.

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