San Francisco: San Francisco Convention & Tourist Bureau, no date (pre-WWII). Pamphlet. Upright brochure, sewn fascicle formatted 9x8 inches and folded in half vertically to make a 9x4 business/tourism promotional; profuse b&w captioned photography printed on coated paperstock. Color cover (looks like '30s art, an aerial view of Fort Funston and Crissy Field) bears the rubberstamp of a Denver travel bureau, item has faintest edgewear, original threads are intact and perfect, a very good copy.
Sample remarks: "Delegates and newspaper correspondents to the Democratic National Convention of 1920 are still talking of its ideal facilities." - "Summer noonday temperature averages only 65" (65 degrees if one averages in the brief September dog days, Mark Twain got it right).