A pictorial map of New Zealand produced by MacDonald Gill in 1931 for the Empire Market Board (EMB), a small government body established to promote the British Empire trade.
The map shows distribution of agricultural, horticultural and forestry industries across the country with numerous annotations and vignettes describing the produce. Two panels along the left and right margins contain tables with statistics for years 1929–30 including information on the products and natural resources giving total quantity and value of goods produced.
- Article by:
- Caroline Walker, Andrew Johnston
Caroline Walker and Andrew Johnston lift the lid on 20th-century cartographer MacDonald Gill. Learn about his life and career including his wartime maps and pictorial revamp of the map of the London Underground.