This bizarre government issued map was created for the 63rd Annual Congress of the American Prison Association to be held in Atlantic City in 1933. It was found in the Rutgers historical archive, and while the landmarks on the map are somewhat hard to make out, it quickly becomes apparent that each one is a part of the New Jersey prison system at the time. Restored from the archives and reprinted for you morbid pleasure.
It's got a creepy "New Jersey: many visit, none escape." kinda vibe to it. The perfect way to make your house a home.
All of our prints are beautifully rendered on 13 by 19 professional heavyweight matte photo paper. All images are printed exactly as shown to order. Old photos and other vintage media sometimes have a bit of blur which we are careful to keep, as we do with the creases in film posters or antique maps so that your print will still carry with it the true character of the original. All prints are carefully rolled for shipping and safely inserted in a high quality shipping tube. When purchased with a frame, we frame the print for you and it is shipped in a high quality shipping box especially designed for frames to ensure it gets to you in mint condition.