San Francisco: (exposition committee), no date, circa 1938. Unpaginated self-wraps, 12p. with eight pages in colors (some two-color, some almost-full-color). Offprint, booster campaign item (get-em into the tent), 9.5x6.5 inch staplebound color core (per Popular Mechanics with monochrome blue-on-white paste-fastened wrapper leaf added by the Expo floggers. Staples begun to rust; a very good copy, remarkably well-preserved actually.
Mostly distance views, imaginary or enhanced, including two of modellers reaching into their miniaturized domains. The most curious image is a multicolor aerial view of Treasure Island AFTER the exhibit building have been demolished and the whole artifice turned into radiating runways separated by huge green lawns: "When the fair is finished, the man-made island will become the airport pictured here" --a bad idea that didn't get better.