Fox, William F.; et al. Map of the Adirondack Forest and Adjoining Territory (1898); Compiled from the Official Maps and Field Notes on file in the State Departments at Albany, N. Y. Albany: Fisheries, Game and Forest Commission, 1898. 
Scarce wall map of the entire Adirondack Region, printed in colors; two separate sections as issued, each measuring 38 x 58 inches, the entire map measuring 76 x 58 inches; scale of 1 : 12700. With the green map case, measuring 5 1/2 x 9 inches, brown string closure intact, light soil, bright gilt "Adirondack Map. 1898." to front, "State of New York | The Fisheries, Game and Forest Commission" above. The top section map has a 12" split in one fold beginning at the right margin; both section have smaller 1" splits at many center folds. These would all press out nicely if mounted, or respond well to repairs. Bright, warm colors greatly enhance the appearance of this magnificent Adirondack map. Good.
This map encompasses the entire Adirondack region and is colored to identify state forest preserve lands, lands bought or under contract by the Forest Preserve Board, and lands of joint state & private ownership. The border of the Park is outlined in blue. Individual tracts of land are drawn, and the uncolored regions indicate private ownership in 1898. Smaller inset map of the railroads and counties of northern New York state.
An impressive Adirondack item with accurate details, over 6 feet high!