In addition to featuring beautiful cover artwork, issues of Fortune magazine in the 1930s
also included detailed and colorful maps and graphics to accompany the articles.
On this page we present a number of maps and
graphics from early issues of Fortune dating from 1930 to 1934.
Many maps portray accurate geography relative to
business - for example, the presence of International Telephone and Telegraph (IT&T)
in South America. Others take a bit of artistic license with the concept of a map -
A Map of Beef to accompany an article in 1934 about beef processing at the Armour company.
As noted below, some map series are sold as a
pair and not individually.
Click here to view
the current online collection of Fortune covers from the 1930s.