Detailed folding map of part of Los Angeles, extending from Santa Monica to the Doheny Estate and Baldwin Hills.
The map includes a number of recently constructed landmarks, including the Riviera Country Club, Fox Studio, University of California, Santa Monica Municipal Airport, Occidental College Site and 5 piers (Municipal Pier, Crystal Pier, Ocean Park Pier, Venice Pier and an unnamed pier south of the Venice Pier).
The Fox Hills Country Club, California Country Club, Rancho Country Club, Hillcrest Country Club, Los Angeles Country Club, Westwood Public Golf Course, Brentwood Country Club, L.A. A.C. Golf Course and Bel Air Country Club are also shown.
Founded in 1891 by John and Martin Bekins, Bekins is the oldest still-operating household moving company in the United States. The company's innovations include containerized storage and their early use of motor trucks, operating 2 out of only 700 in the country in 1903. With the rise of Hollywood, Bekins offered its logistics for distributing reels and transporting goods to on-location shoots. In 1971, the company became front-page news when FBI agents seized Daniel Ellsberg's possessions from his Bekins Beverly Hills storage unit at 215 S. Canon Drive (here at 10D) after he leaked the Pentagon Papers.