Scarborough's map of California showing all counties, townships, cities, villages, post-offices, principal highways, railroads with stations and distances, inter-urban electric railways, government and state reservations, etc. Completely indexed and accompanied by maps of San Francisco and vicinity, Los Angeles and vicinity, Yosemite Valley, Nevada, commercial chart of the Pacific, and Panama with comparative distance table. San Francisco, Boston, Indianapolis: Published by The Scarborough Company, 1904. Map, 128 x 103 cm (50 1/2 x 40 1/2 inches), folded into original black cloth cover. Detailed color map of California at the beginning of the twentieth century, with inset maps of San Francisco and vicinity, Los Angeles and vicinity, Yosemite Valley, Nevada, Panama and the planned canal, and the Pacific with shipping routes. There are three distance tables and, on the verso of the map, an index. OCLC records three copies (University of California Berkeley, University of California Santa Cruz, and The Huntington Library). Some of the details for the map of Yosemite Valley were supplied by J. N. Le Conte. A few splits along folds, a very good copy. (#162207).
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