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In 1910, the Marin County Promotion League was formed to foster the growth of Marin, and "attract the attention of home-seekers and other desirable people to settle in this county." A more permanent organization known as "Marvelous Marin" formed in 1925, and served as a booster club, "with good roads as the paramount issue." The opening of the Golden Gate Bridge in 1937 provided a chance to publicize a variety of activities in Marin. This illustrated map highlights many of these special features, including agricultural crops (artichokes, peas, white turkeys, dairy, hay), and recreational opportunities, such as swimming, fishing, hiking, and horseback riding. Also highlighted are physical features and landmarks: Mt. Tamalpais State Park; Hamilton Field, the Old Mill in Mill Valley, Indian Mounds, lakes, trees, beaches, private schools, golf courses, and Redwood Highway (today's Highway 101). This 1937 map is part of a promotional brochure titled "Marvelous Marin County: San Francisco's Most Unique Suburb."