San Francisco: Published by Fred B. Bain Inc, (1920). 1st printing (presumed). Single sheet of stiff stock, folded 3x for 6 panels, printed both sides, with map side have a rivet-mounted 6-7/8" central pointer as the "Patent Indicatior". 4 outer panels with Street names corresponding to pointer segments. One outer panel, "Facts Concerning Oakland". 6th panel, title panel, with advert for First National Bank of Oakland & The American Bank [including graphic showing the 2 firms' buildings]. Map side with inset in upper left, indicating distances & routes to divers cities in Northern California, e.g., Sacramento & Truckee. Unfolded: 14" x 17-3/4". Folded: 9" x 4-3/4". Printed self-wrappers, now housed in an archival mylar sleeve. Soiling, staining & prior owner annotations to outer panels. Withal, a VG copy. Item #47243
Uncommon early 20th C map of Oakland, California, with OCLC showing just one holding institution: OPL.