Most Ticonometers are missing the maps which is like having a computer without software! It may run but there is nothing you can do with it.
This is an example of a Straight Line Map developed by Lillian Huffaker in 1933 for use with the Ticonometer. It covers US Rt. 101 from Tijuana to San Francisco showing the route, side trips, places of interest and Lillan’s favorite watering holes.
Lillian also developed maps for US 99, US 66, and mountain and desert tours in Southern California. Lillian’s company, Time Controlled Indicators, was on Wilshire Blvd. in Los Angeles and she developed maps for the local So. Calif regions for the most part.
You need to expand this map to see the details, The map can be printed but will require sprocket holes along the edges to be used in a Ticonometer.