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“City of Oshawa” print by the Oshawa Chamber of Commerce (1963)

“City of Oshawa” print by the Oshawa Chamber of Commerce (1963)

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This spartan 1963 map of Oshawa was published by that city’s Chamber of Commerce, so it should be no surprise that the pre-Autoplex plants (”GM North Plant,” “GM South Plant,” and “GM Truck Plant”) are all clearly labelled. Also on the theme of cars: Highway 2 and Highway 40 (now known as the 401) and the main connections between them are pretty much only elements highlighted in red, and the back of this map carried further Oshawa information under the title Oshawa, Ontario: The Go-Ahead City. You can see that very informational backside at the York University Map Library. 

A reproduction available at 12x16" or 18x24" on Epson Enhanced Matte 192 gsm paper printed with Epson UltraChrome XD2 archival ink. Sold in an open edition, unframed. Based on this original public domain image held by the York University Digital Library. 

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