Nice vintage tourist map of California, showing the Depression-era layout of the state. This map was issued in the 1930s in Portland by the United States Tourist Service.
The front of the map shows the northern part of the State and includes a detailed inset map of San Francisco Bay and the Bay District. The verso shows an inset of greater Los Angeles. Numerous advertisements are shown throughout, both in red overprint on the map and also in the margins of the map.
We locate two examples of the map per OCLC, at California State University, Fresno, and at the University of Chicago.