Outing map of north eastern California and southern Oregon[.] Camping fishing hunting[.] Prepared by the Outing and Map Service Departments of the Automobile Club of Southern California ... [cover title]. Los Angeles: Automobile Club of Southern California, n.d. 1920s. Single sheet, 51.8x90.9 cm (20.4x35.8 inches), folded to 27.8 x 12 cm. A detailed, undated large-scale map, circa the 1920s, printed in red and black, extending north from Lake Tahoe to Crater Lake, including the El Dorado National Forest, the Tahoe National Forest, the Plumas National Forest, Lassen National Park, Modoc National Forest, Shasta National Forest, and Crater National Forest and Crater Lake National Park. Legend includes good camp sites, supplies obtainable, gasoline and oil obtainable, meals and lodgings, post offices, boats for rent, ranches where butter, eggs, etc. may be bought, guides, packers, pack animals, etc. may be obtained, points of special interest, forest scenic areas, borders of game refuges, and main trails. Locations where various species of fish and game may be found is shown in red ink. The verso has descriptions of scenery and points of interest along various roads in the region. The Club's Outing Bureau provided information on camping, fishing, hunting, yachting and swimming. From 1934 to 1941 the Club held an annual "Outing Show" at its headquarters in Los Angeles to promote outdoor vacations. The event was canceled during World War II and not revived. A fine copy. (#166448).