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Automobile Roads of Alameda County California
Oakland, 1917. About very good.. Folding map, 15 x 30.75 inches; folded to 7.75 x 4 inches. Separation at one fold with no loss, not affecting map. Minor wear and soiling. Scarce map of Alameda County, showing the primary roads from Albany south to Warm Springs and west to Altamont. Also denotes rail lines and interesting features such as the Tubercular Hospital, oil wells, salt works, and other industries and landmarks of note. With a brief text about motoring in the county, which claims that Alameda County "can boast of more good Automobile roads than any other county in the state." The verso contains a map showing the entirety of the West Coast from Canada to Mexico, with an inset map of the Lincoln Highway running from San Francisco to New York City. Separation affects the inset map, but not the map of Alameda or the coast. We locate three copies in OCLC, at UC Berkeley, Southern Methodist University, and the California Historical Society.
Bookseller: McBride Rare Books [United States]
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