No title or other explanation is given for this map, which shows shipping lanes going to San Francisco rather than Oakland ports, the Key Route pier (Berkeley, 1903-1961), the Mare Island Naval station, Goat Island (Yerba Buena), and train routes, as well as cities, towns, and other landmarks. It extends from Napa in the north to New Almaden in the south, and from the Pacific Ocean just west of the Golden Gate to Livermore in the east, showing mountain ranges and waterways. The town of Hayward is spelled "Haywards," though the terminal "s" had been officially dropped in 1894. The publisher only operated from 1907-1919. The back has the rose-and-dagger dividing line associated with Edward H. Mitchell, who was a partner in the 1911 Exposition Publishing Company that included the publisher of this card.