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KERN: Land of The Sun

by [KERN COUNTY] Irvine, Leigh H

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Octavo (9 1/4 X 6 1/8 Inches) Bakersfield, California: Kern County Chamber of Commerce, 1925. 24-page staple bound booklet in wrappers, decorative colored cover with radiant sun imagery; very good condition.

Promoting sunlight and health, coupled with heat, and pure air as the reasons to settle in Kern County.


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[KERN COUNTY] Irvine, Leigh H
Staple bound wraps
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Used - Near fine
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Kern County Chamber of Commerce
Place of Publication
Bakersfield, California
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California and the West; Ephemera; Promotional;

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Caravan Book Store

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About Caravan Book Store

For more than 65 years, we have specialized in rare and out of print books on the Western experience, satisfying a vast and varied clientele. Our focus is on early California and Los Angeles, represented by books, ephemera, paintings, and prints. Fine press, printing history, literature, gastronomy, aviation, railroads, and voyages are also available. Our store opened in downtown Los Angeles in 1954, and is now closed; but we are still available by phone, regular mail, and email. We issue occasional catalogs online.


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