The Travel Agency story is a complicated one. What is known is they are from California, formed in San Francisco and featured Frank Davis who had previously worked in the studio with the Fever Tree in Texas. They then appear to have relocated to Los Angeles and released two excellent 45s on LA labels Tanqueray ("Time/Made For You". 1966) & Kookaburra ("Time/Emit". 1967). Both of these are excellent folk-rock 45s with Time being the same version on both 45s.
The confusion then begins as "Made For You/MFY" was also issued on Kookabura, credited the Act III. I havn't heard this 45 but I understand it's the same version, and I assume the b-side is an instrumental version. Perhaps someone can clarify this?
A self-titled LP, produced by Bread's James Griffin, was released on LA's Viva Records in 1968. This was followed by a final Viva 45 ("What's A Man/She Understands") in 1969. Both tracks were different edits to the LP versions. The assumption is that this LP is the same band that recorded the earlier 45s, however hasn't been confirmed.
Both pre-LP 45s are very cool and highly infectious West Coast folk-rock tracks including the Kookaburra track here, "Time". Emit is an instrumental version of the top side.