Attractive vintage folding map of the western United States. The map focuses on steamship services provided up and down the western seaboard, with services to San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Astoria, and Seattle. The map names numerous coastal cities and features so that passengers could track their voyages.
Adjacent to the map are photographs showing the various advantages of traveling on the steamship, from the amenities for children and the regalness of the stateroom. The verso lists prices and a sailing schedule.
The Pacific Steamship Company was a freight and passenger service that operated between 1916 and 1936. The company provided an Admiral Line Service, which followed the western coast of the US, and an Admiral Oriental Line, which traveled westward across the Pacific.