About the 1969 version below....
The copy I found on the internet used staples in the middle,
The rulebook I have, uses thread - I cleaned up the map to make it easier to read by removing the staples,
Both, even though dated 1969, show the BN, which wasn't formed until a year later,
Probably because the map was updated in 1984 and 1987.
And thanks to Matt K, I know now that P&G stands for Proctor and Gamble.  Thanks Matt!


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