A Byegone Sense of Place


Launched just about a year ago, Wildsam Field Guides travel series just released its new San Francisco edition. Joining Nashville and Austin editions, this terrific travel guidebook is rich in local lore, city heritage, wonderful illustrations—like artist Lisa Congdon‘s Golden Gate above—and marvelous hand-drawn maps.



Editor Taylor Bruce describes the books as a “new American travel series with a byegone sense of place.” With a decidedly retro, handmade (in the best sense) feel, the Wildsam Field Guides offer a refreshing take on the locally sourced travel guide with a literary vibe.


You can purchase the books individually, or in a handsome three guide—Nashville, Austin, San Francisco—card stock sleeve.




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