California Highways is a film developed by the California Division of Highways in 1936. It was designed to inform the public of the continual development of the state highway system. It portrays the history of road building in the state, from the days of the Franciscan friars to the mid-1930s. It consists of 355 separate scenes from the more than 11,000 miles of the state highway system as it existed in the 1930s, including mountain, valley and desert highways and their scenic attractions.

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