One side is a major road map of Southern California including all or parts of the following counties; Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside, San Diego, and Imperial. The other side of the map is a street map of the city of San Diego with a street index. Bank of America locations are circled in red on both maps. The maps were copyrighted by Rodney Stokes Co, Inc of San Diego. This side indicates all Bank of America locations in San Diego County. The map is undated but can not be later than the early 1930s due to the presence of the Atlantic Avenue which would be renamed Pacific Avenue in the early 1930s.