• 1927 Michigan Map is 22" x 18" and printed with metallic copper & teal inks.

1927 Michigan Map


The year was 1927. America was bootlegging its way through Prohibition, Charles Lindbergh made his solo flight across the Atlantic, and Henry Ford introduced his long-awaited replacement of the Model T, the Model A.

Everyone was on the move.

Michiganders were no different. They were exploring the Great Lakes, scenic coastlines, and vast expanses of natural beauty that fill the landscapes of our two peninsulas. By automobile, bus, train, and steamship—Michigan was becoming a haven for travel tourism.

Our 1927 Michigan Map shows the extent of the roadways, railways, and ship lines that crisscrossed our state. Suitable for framing, or navigating a route to go exploring!


  • Size: 22" x 18"
  • 100# cover weight paper from French Paper in Niles, Michigan
  • Hand screen printed with metallic copper and teal inks
  • Ships flat
Respectfully reproduced by Peninsulas using authentic vintage imagery and inspiration.