Port of San Francisco, strategic center of world trade
Focal Center of World Commerce
Situated in the center of the Pacific Coast of North America on the SHORTEST DIRECT SEA ROUTE between the Atlantic seaboard and the Orient, the Port of San Francisco is the FOCAL CENTER OF WORLD TRADE.
Distributing Center for Pacific Coast
The central location of the port makes San Francisco the radial point for coastwise traffic. It is the jobbing and manufacturing center of the Pacific Coast.
Financial and Industrial Center
The Port of San Francisco is the financial, business and industrial center of Western America
Premier Port of the Pacific
San Francisco bay is the greatest land locked harbor in the world. Its developed facilities exceed those of any other port on the Pacific.
Western Entrepot of America
The Port of San Francisco offers more direct rail routes to the farming and industrial centers of America than any other port on the Pacific Coast. Five trunk lines running east, north, and south reach every section of America.
The Port of San Francisco is the world's central market
Sea Routes shown on the butterfly map invented by J.S. Cahill F.R.G.S.