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Guide to the Pacific Coast: Santa Fe Route (California, Arizona, New  Mexico, Colorado, and Kansas) by  J. W Steele - Hardcover - 1893 - from Back of Beyond Books, ABAA and

Guide to the Pacific Coast: Santa Fe Route (California, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Kansas)

by Steele, J. W

Condition: Good

Chicago: Rand, McNally & Company. Good. 1893. Hardcover. Yellow boards are in good condition. Title in gilt on spine and front. Significant wear and soiling on boards. First signature has become loose at the top of binding. "This guide is intended for the convenience of those persons who, wishing to make a journey to California, find their most convenient route to lie through Kansas City… This narrative will also include a glance, as careful as space will admit of, of what lies between; - Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona." ; 8.25" x 6"; 212 pp .


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