HIGHWAY MAP OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA SHOWING INTERESTING PLACES TO VISIT, DISTANCES BETWEEN CITIES, AUTOMOBILE FERRY SCHEDULES, BIRD'S-EYE MAP OF SAN FRANCISCO BAY, AND LOCATIONS OF SHELL SERVICE STATIONS. SHELL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA [cover title]. N.p. Shell Company of California, n.d. [circa 1926]. Highway map, 46x31 cm, copyright 1926, printed in red and black, folded to make 12 panels. Recto has a three-panel "Bird's-eye View of a Section Around San Francisco Bay," with locations of Shell Service Stations indicated by red dots, a printed list of the stations, and Bay Area "Automobile Ferry Schedules." Verso is large map of California from Santa Barbara on the west and Tehachapi Pass on the east, north to Crater Lake in Oregon, showing paved highways, "good" dirt roads and "other" roads, with "red circles" indicating "Shell Service Station towns." Accompanying the map is a list of "Places Worth Visiting in Northern California," including many Sierra Nevada destinations. Mild wear along folds, some soiling to outer panels, a good copy. (#168986).