Drafted by D.W. Riley. Map depicting Wrightsville Beach. Shows all of the additions and subdivisions done in the 1930s. Has Waynick, one of the first maps without the trolley. Covered in red marks, check marks, and small red circles which seem to indicate buildings. There are names written in various zones of the beach with check marks on them. Unclear as to what these zones were used for. However, given the time and activities of the Robinson Family, who owned the map, it is suspected that it was associated with WWII blackout/night watch policing. Paper and ink. Condition Notes: "Some water staining and a few small tears."