E-Z Guide Map of San Francisco California (with Patent Indicator) Showing at a Glance the Exact Location of Banks, Apartment Houses, Depots, Railway Offices, Theatres, Stores and Street Locations.
1921 (dated) 13 x 17 in (33.02 x 43.18 cm)
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This is a 1921 Fred B. Bain city map or plan of San Francisco, California. The map depicts the city of San Francisco from the Pacific Ocean and Laguna de la Merced to San Francisco Bay and from the Presidio Military Reservation and the Presidio Golf Club to San Mateo County. All the streets are labeled, along with myriad buildings, parks, and other points of interest. Golden Gate Park holds a dominant position and is depicted in detail, with several different animal enclosures, buildings, and other attractions identified. By employing the innovative design, one can easily find any location on the map with the help of the indicator. Hundreds of locations are indexed alphabetically on the verso, allowing for quick reference. A legend is located in the upper right corner and notes that street railway lines and railway lines are depicted in the city map and that roads and railway lines are illustrated in the inset map of the district, located along the upper right border. It depicts the region from San Francisco to San Jose. Numerous cities are labeled, including Palo Alto, Menlo Park, and San Mateo.
This map was published and copyrighted by Fred B. Bain, Inc. of San Francisco
Very good. Wear along original fold lines. Index of locations for use in conjunction with map on verso. Advertisements for The First National Bank of San Francisco on verso.