The inside cover of the folio says "This folio contains sixteen colored views of points of interest along Southern Pacific Lines. These attractive views are suitable for framing." Copyright 1942
However my set only contains 12 and five of them have stains on the back that bleed through some more than others. The stains do not significantly alter the pics. The cover is in good shape. There is a slight stain on the back of it.
On my computer the cover looks like there is yellow on it. However in real life, there is not.
I can sell the whole set or piece by piece for $2.00 nonstained pieces and $1.00 for stained pieces.
The views I have are:
Mission San Miguel Arcangel, San Miguel. Founded 1797 - no stain
Effects of Pioneer Hydraulic Gold Mining, California - no stain
Lake Odell, Oregon - no stain
Upper and lower angora lakes, fallen leaf lake and Lake Tahoe - no stain
State Capitol, Sacramento, California - no stain
Emerald Bay, Lake Tahoe - no stain
Mount Shasta, elevation 14,161 feet - no stain
Bucking Snow in the High Sierras - slight stain - is not very noticeable.
Pit River Bridge. The upper deck is 500 feet above present water level. - slight stain on back. Does not come through on picture.
Historic Donner Lake, California - stain on back - not noticeable on the front.
San Francisco - Oakland Bay Bridge. (From Yerba Buena Island) - stain on the back - bleeds through in the sky on the left side above the hills. Not real noticeable as it kind of blends in with the picture.
Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco - stain on back - bleeds through in the sky on the left but is not extremely noticeable as it blends in with the picture.
I can send a scanned image of both sides of the stained views.