Scarce pictorial map of the United States, promoting pre-planned vacation packages offered by Greyhound.
The map is illustrated with regional tourist attraction vignettes, with numbers keyed to Greyhound's vacation tour packages described on the verso.
The artwork is by M.E. Bush and includes views of familiar landmarks like Hoover Dam, the Alamo, and Great Smoky Mountains National Park, along with a few that have since vanished from the landscape, like Ellinor Village, the largest family resort in Florida in the 1940s and 1950s.
A total of 45 vacation tours are listed on the verso.