San Francisco: J.P. Chadwick, 1923. 128pp. plus folding map, 14 x 16.5 inches. Narrow octavo. Original printed wrappers, stapled. Minor wear and soiling. Slight chipping to first and last few leaves, text lightly tanned. Very good. Item #805
Directory and street guide for San Francisco, designed to help navigate the city’s streetcar lines. “Containing all streets, hotels, apartments, buildings, banks, churches, consulates, railroad and steamship agents; city and auto road maps. Clubs, theatres, hospitals, places of interest, pier directory.” The information is all keyed to the various streetcar lines, indicating which lines are most convenient to which hotels, etc. With information on all the major sights and municipal attractions, as well as hotels, banks, theatres, etc. A listing of the routes of each streetcar line occupies the final two pages. The map shows the city and county of San Francisco with the streetcar lines demarcated in red. A rare survival -- we find one copy of this edition in OCLC at the Milwaukee County Library, with one or two copies of other editions located at UC Berkeley, the New York Public Library, California Historical, and the Marin County Library.