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EARTH HOUSE HOLD; Technical Notes and Queries To Fellow Dharma Revolutionaries
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EARTH HOUSE HOLD; Technical Notes and Queries To Fellow Dharma Revolutionaries

By SNYDER, Gary

New York: New Directions Publishing Corporation, 1969. First Edition. Cloth. Fine/Near Fine. (8) 143 pages. SIGNED in ink by Gary Snyder on the title page. Illustrated dust jacket. Yellow cloth. Black spine titling. 5 1/2" x 8 1/4". The title is "a play on the root meanings of "ecology"'. A unique collection of material from Snyder's essays and journals touching on Buddhism, the environment, poetry and Snyder's experiences in the West and Far East. Scarce in the jacketed hardcover first edition. A Fine copy in a Near Fine dust jacket (toned as usual with this title). ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING of our books in boxes to any United States Addressa.

$165.00

SUCH A LANDSCAPE! A NARRATIVE OF THE 1864 CALIFORNIA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY EXPLORATION OF YOSEMITE, SEQUOIA & KINGS CANYON FROM THE DIARY, FIELDNOTES, LETTERS & REPORTS OF WILLIAM HENRY BREWER
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SUCH A LANDSCAPE! A NARRATIVE OF THE 1864 CALIFORNIA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY EXPLORATION OF YOSEMITE, SEQUOIA & KINGS CANYON FROM THE DIARY, FIELDNOTES, LETTERS & REPORTS OF WILLIAM HENRY BREWER

By BREWER, William Henry; ALSUP, William (Introduction, Notes & Photographs)

Yosemite: Yosemite Association; Sequoia Natural History Association, 1987. First Edition. Cloth-backed illustrated Boards. As New/Custom Clear Mylar. 119 (2) pages. Profusely illustrated plates, primarily from black and white photographs by William Alsup, who also contributed the Introduction and Notes. Foreword by Cathleen Douglas Stone. Linen cloth-backed illustrated tan boards. 10 3/4" x 11 1/2". Map endpapers. An un-numbered copy of an edition limited to 500 copies, by Susan Acker at the Feathered Serpent Press. List of Camps. List of Plates. Sources. As the title indicates, the history of the historic 1864 survey exploration of the Sierra Nevada, centered around the writings of William H. Brewer, the leader of the field party, which included Clarence King. A beautiful book, which belongs in every collection of Californiana. An As New copy, now in a custom clear mylar protective jacket. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING of our books in boxes via media mail to any United States address.

$135.00

CALIFORNIA COAST TRAILS; A Horseback Ride From Mexico to Oregon
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CALIFORNIA COAST TRAILS; A Horseback Ride From Mexico to Oregon

By CHASE, J. Smeaton

Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1913. First Edition. Illustrated Cloth. Very Good/Custom Clear Mylar. (xiv) 326 pages. First Edition, first printing. Illustrated from vintage black and white photographs by the author. Green illustrated cloth. Octavo. Pronouncing glossary. Index. A first person classic memoir of the author's horseback trip along the whole of the California Coast. Zamorano Select 14 ("This book is essential reading for those who want to envision the California coast as it was at the turn of the twentieth century."). Very Good or better overall (POS on ffe; front hinge starting; rubbed; some edgewear) and now in a custom clear mylar protective jacket. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING of our books in boxes via USPS media mail to any United States address.

$120.00

THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF GEORGE NIDEVER (1802-1883)
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THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF GEORGE NIDEVER (1802-1883)

By NIDEVER, George; ELLISON, William Henry (Editor)

Berkeley: University of California Press, 1937. First Thus. Cloth. Fine/Very Good Plus. (xi) (3) 128 pages. Illustrated, including frontispiece portrait of George Nidever. Introduction and edited by William Henry Ellison. Dust jacket. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Small octavo. Brown cloth. Introductory note by E. F. Murray, dated 1878. The recollections of California pioneer George Nidever as dictated by him to E. F. Murray. Nidever was a hunter, trapper and sailor, who came to California in the 1830's and stayed. He served with John C. Fremont. Nidever died in Santa Barbara in 1883. In all, a fascinating first person account of life in early California. A Fine copy in a Very Good Plus dust jacket (edgewear, spine darkened with slight evidence of tape removal), now in a clear mylar protective sleeve. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING of our books in boxes via media mail to any United States address.

$85.00

THE DISCOVERY OF GOLD IN CALIFORNIA
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THE DISCOVERY OF GOLD IN CALIFORNIA

By HITTELL, John S.; MARSHALL, James W. ; WAITE, Edwin G.

Palo Alto: Lewis Osborne, 1968. First Thus. Fine/Custom Clear Mylar. 80 (4) pages. Illustrated, primarily from issues of the 1891 The Century Magazine. Front endpaper 1849 map of the California gold and quicksilver district. Beige cloth with gilt figure of goldminer on front cover and gilt spine titling. Fold-out title page with title in gold. Un-numbered copy of limited edition of 2100 copies. Small quarto. Introduction by Richard H. Dillon. The accounts of Hittell, Marshall (the original discoverer) and Waite, as first published in The Century Magazine of February and May, 1891. A Fine copy, now in a custom clear mylar protective jacket. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING of our books in boxes via media mail to any United States address.

$25.00

GOLD VS. GRAIN; The Hydraulic Mining Controversy in California's Sacramento Valley. A Chapter in the Decline of the Concept of Laissez Faire
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GOLD VS. GRAIN; The Hydraulic Mining Controversy in California's Sacramento Valley. A Chapter in the Decline of the Concept of Laissez Faire

By KELLEY, Robert L.

Glendale, California: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1959. Near Fine/Clear Mylar (Custom). 327 pages. Illustrated including a folding map: "Central California About1880". Bibliography. Index. Original brown cloth. 6 1/2" x 9 1/2". Several pages unopened. A well-detailed history of hydraulic gold mining in California, from its inception, the battles between the foothill miner and the valley farmer, and the demise of the practice through the Sawyer decision of 1884 and the Caminetti Act. Trivial edgewear, but a Near Fine or better copy, now in a clear mylar protective jacket. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING of our books in boxes via media mail to any United States address.

$95.00

MEMORIES OF THE MENDOCINO COAST; Being a Brief Account of the Discovery, Settlement and Development of the Mendocino Coast, together with the Correlated History of the Union Lumber Company and how Coast and Company grew up together
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MEMORIES OF THE MENDOCINO COAST; Being a Brief Account of the Discovery, Settlement and Development of the Mendocino Coast, together with the Correlated History of the Union Lumber Company and how Coast and Company grew up together

By RYDER, David Warren

San Francisco: Privately Printed, 1948. First Edition. Cloth. Near Fine/Custom Clear Mylar. (xiv) 81 pages. This is a presentation copy, SIGNED/INSCRIBED by author David Warren Ryder in ink on the half-title to Norman B. Livermore, "This book is presented to Norman B. Livermore, with the esteem, admiration and all good wishes of David Warren Ryder / San Francisco, April 18, 1949." Illustrated from vintage photographs and decorations by Dan Adair. Printed by Taylor & Taylor of San Francisco. Preface by Otis R. Johnson. Red Cloth. Gilt spine titling. 6 3/4" x 9 3/4". Written primarily for members of the Union Lumber Company organization, this book contains a well-researched and well-written history of logging and mill operation on the Mendocino Coast, including a good deal about the vessels which transported lumber along the Coast. Norman B. Livermore was a well-respected environmentalist, member of a pioneer California family, influential Sierra Club member, and Governor Ronald Reagan's Secretary of Resources for the whole of Reagan's governorship. He was influential in convincing Reagan to oppose the Trans-Sierra Highway (which would have crossed the John Muir Trail), work with Nevada Governor Laxalt to preserve the Tahoe Basin, and endorse the Redwoods National Park. A nice association copy. A Near Fine or better copy (slight edgewear) now in a custom, clear mylar 4-mil jacket. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING of our books in boxes via media mail to any United States address.

$75.00

THE BIDWELL-BARTLESON PARTY. 1841 CALIFORNIA EMIGRANT ADVENTURE. THE DOCUMENTS AND MEMOIRS OF THE OVERLAND PIONEERS.; Brand Book XVIII / The Los Angeles Corral of the Westerners
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THE BIDWELL-BARTLESON PARTY. 1841 CALIFORNIA EMIGRANT ADVENTURE. THE DOCUMENTS AND MEMOIRS OF THE OVERLAND PIONEERS.; Brand Book XVIII / The Los Angeles Corral of the Westerners

By NUNIS, Doyce B. Jr. (Editor)

Los Angeles: Western Tanager Press, 1991. First Edition. Cloth. Fine/Near Fine. (x) 294 pages. Illustrated dust jacket. Gray-blue cloth with gilt titling. 7" x 10 1/4". Map endpapers. Illustrated, including two page route map. Introduction by Editor Dr. Doyce B. Nunis, Jr. Bibliography. Index. A collection of esssays, diaries, letters and other documents concerning the 1841 Bidwell-Bartleson overland party from Missouri to California, Includes several articles by John Bidwell, the two diaries of James John and the Overland Trail Drawings of Nicholas Point, S.J. Dust at top of pages, else a Fine Copy in a Near Fine dust jacket (slight edgewear), now in a clear mylar protective sleeve. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING of our books via media mail to any United States address.

$40.00

LIFE IN CALIFORNIA BEFORE THE CONQUEST
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LIFE IN CALIFORNIA BEFORE THE CONQUEST

By ROBINSON, Alfred

San Francisco: The Private Press of Thomas Russell, 1925. Reprint after the first edition of 1846. Cloth-backed boards. Very Good Plus/Clear Mylar (Custom). (xxvii), 316, (4, including two pages of advertisements for other Russell books). #21 of a limited edition of 250 numbered and signed copies. SIGNED by Thomas C. Russell. Illustrated, including illustrations by Robinson himself, reproduced by the mezzotint process. Linen-backed boards. Paper spine label. 6 3/4" x 10". t.e.g. Extra spine label in rear endpapers. Per Zamorano 80, #65: "The author and translator, Alfred Robinson, came to California as a super-cargo in 1829. He married into the de la Guerra family, one of the most prominent of the territory. Unquestioned as an authority, his work is without doubt the most important book for the period it treats, and is interesting as the first English book on California to be written by a resident of the province. Robinson originally intended his Life in California to be a preface for Fray Boscana's Chinigchinich, but in the end the "tail wagged the dog" and for the historian the Life in California is vastly more important." Apart from its historical importance, this book is a beautiful example of the astonishing presswork of Thomas C. Russell. After Russell's death, a San Francisco bookseller acquired the contents of Russell's printshop and produced a number of Russell's titles, and caused Russell's signature to be forged in each book. Unknowing dealers often sell these volumes as "signed" when, in fact, they do not contain Russell's true signature. Russell's signature is always in an elegant cursive style and easily identified. This copy, happily, contains Russell's true signature. Graff 3523. Cowan pg 536-7. A Very Good Plus copy (small liquid stain to lower front cover; spine label rubbed; corners showing), now in a custom clear mylar protective jacket. Always FREE SHIPPING via media mail to any United States address.

$385.00

LIFE IN CALIFORNIA BEFORE THE CONQUEST
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LIFE IN CALIFORNIA BEFORE THE CONQUEST

By ROBINSON, Alfred

San Francisco: The Private Press of Thomas Russell, 1925. Reprint after the first edition of 1846. Cloth-backed boards. Very Good -/Clear Mylar (Custom). (xxvii), 316, (4, including two pages of advertisements for other Russell books). #209 of a limited edition of 250 numbered and signed copies. SIGNED by Thomas C. Russell. Illustrated, including illustrations by Robinson himself, reproduced by the mezzotint process. Linen-backed boards. Paper spine label. 6 3/4" x 10". t.e.g. Extra spine label in rear endpapers. Per Zamorano 80, #65: "The author and translator, Alfred Robinson, came to California as a super-cargo in 1829. He married into the de la Guerra family, one of the most prominent of the territory. Unquestioned as an authority, his work is without doubt the most important book for the period it treats, and is interesting as the first English book on California to be written by a resident of the province. Robinson originally intended his Life in California to be a preface for Fray Boscana's Chinigchinich, but in the end the "tail wagged the dog" and for the historian the Life in California is vastly more important." Apart from its historical importance, this book is a beautiful example of the astonishing presswork of Thomas C. Russell. After Russell's death, a San Francisco bookseller acquired the contents of Russell's printshop and produced a number of Russell's titles, and caused Russell's signature to be forged in each book. Unknowing dealers often sell these volumes as "signed" when, in fact, they do not contain Russell's true signature. Russell's signature is always in an elegant cursive style and easily identified. This copy, happily, contains Russell's true signature. Graff 3523. Cowan pg 536-7.Covers are rubbed and sunned, with four corners showing; interior fine. Overall a Very Good Minus copy and priced accordingly. Now in a custom clear mylar protective jacket. Always FREE SHIPPING via media mail to any United States address.

$295.00

THE SEACOAST OF BOHEMIA; An Account of Early Carmel
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THE SEACOAST OF BOHEMIA; An Account of Early Carmel

By WALKER, Franklin

San Francisco: The Book Club of California, 1966. First Edition. Illustrated boards. Fine/Custom Clear Mylar. 129 (1) pages. First Edition. Illustrated primarily from vintage photographs. Quarto. Illustrated boards. Paper spine label. Designed by Jack Stauffacher of The Greenwood Press. Prospectus laid in. Set in Janson-Antiqua and Linotype Janson types. Printed by Graham Mackintosh. The definitive history of early Carmel-by-the-Sea, including material on George Sterling, Jack London, Jimmy Hopper, Mary Austin and Nora French among others. A very handsome production. BCC 122. A Fine Copy, now in a clear mylar protective sleeve. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING to any United States address.

$95.00

WOWAPI WAKAN. BIBLE HISTORY IN THE LANGUAGE OF THE TETON SIOUX INDIANS
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WOWAPI WAKAN. BIBLE HISTORY IN THE LANGUAGE OF THE TETON SIOUX INDIANS

By BUECHEL, Eugene, S.J.

New York: Benziger Brothers, 1924. First Edition. Cloth. Very Good/Custom Clear Mylar. 349 pages. Illustrated from vintage drawings. Purple cloth. 5 1/2" x 7 3/4". A series of Bible stories, written as history, in the language of the Teton Sioux Indians (Lakota), by Father Buechel, who lived and worked among the Lakota people on the Rosebud and Pine Ridge reservations in South Dakota. This was Father Buechel's first published work. This is an Ex-Library copy, from the Blue Cloud Abbey Library, then in Marvin, South Dakota. The Blue Cloud Abbey was an American Benedictine monastary. It was established to further the presence of the mission churhes begun by the monks of the St. Meinrad Archabbey to serve the populations of North and South Dakota, primarily the Native Americans located on reservations in the area. The Abbey was closed in 2012, and the property is run as an Inn and Retreat Center by a Catholic nonprofit organization. (Note: we do not usually offer ex-library books, unless the book is scarce, and, as here, there is an association or other unique characteristic). With many ex-library condition factors. including rubber stamps, rear card pocket, spine label remnant; spine sunned; Very Good or better overall, and now in a custom clear mylar protective jacket. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING of our books via media mail to any United States address.

$95.00

LEGENDS OF THE COMSTOCK LODE
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LEGENDS OF THE COMSTOCK LODE

By BEEBE, Lucius; CLEGG, Charles

Oakland, California: Grahame Hardy, 1950. First Edition. Cloth. Fine/Custom Clear Mylar. 79 (1r) pages. First Edition. SIGNED in ink by both authors on the front free endpaper. IIlustrated, including drawings by E. S. Hammack and vintage photographs. Cloth. 5 1/2" x 8 3/4". Tales of the Comstock Lode in and arouind Virginia City, Nevada, starting in 1859. The Comstock Lode has been described as "...the greatest bonanza in precious metals ever to be discovered in modern times...". Beebe and Clegg lived for a time in Virginia City, and ran the revived newspaper, The Territorial Enterprise. A Fine copy, now in a custom, clear mylar protective jacket. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING of our books, via media mail, to any United States address.

$18.00

COWBOY
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COWBOY

By SANTEE, Ross

New York: Cosmopolitan Book Corporation, 1928. First Edition. Illustrated Cloth. Near Fine/Custom Clear Mylar. 257 pages. first Edition. Illustrated from drawings by the Author.Illustrated cloth. Octavo. This is San Jose, California historian Clyde Arbuckle's copy, with his name in ink on the front pastedown. (Clyde Arbuckle was the brother of silent film star Roscoe "Fatty " Arbuckle.) This is the memoir of the renowned Cowboy-Artist Ross Santee, reflecting real cowboy life in the American West. Slightly rubbed and soiled from handling, but a Near Fine copy, and now in a custom clear mylar jacket. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING of our books via media mail, to any United States address.

$75.00

KIT CARSON DAYS (1809 - 1868)
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KIT CARSON DAYS (1809 - 1868)

By SABIN, Edwin L.

Chicago: A. C. McClurg & Co, 1914. First Edition. Near Fine/Custom Clear Mylar. (xv) 669 pages. First Edition ("Published June, 1914"). Illustrated from "...more than one hundred half-tones, mostly from old and rare sources", including frontispiece from photograph of Colonel Carson. 5 3/4" x 8 1/4". Original cloth. Appendix. Notes. Index. Per Zamorano 80 #67: "This book is without doubt the best of the many works that have appeared on that famous scout and trapper. There is little known material that has not been used by Sabin. The first two editions have become quite scarce. A fine index and many valuable bibliographical notes make the book an exceptionally useful work." Zamorano Club bookplate and POS in pencil on front pastedown. Internal spine and related repairs by Coriander Reisbord with her notes laid in. Near Fine as repaired, and now in a custom clear mylar protective jacket. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING of our books via media mail to any United States address.

$220.00

ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH; GARY COOPER, JACK DEMPSEY & THEIR WIVES AT CAFE TROCADERO
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ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH; GARY COOPER, JACK DEMPSEY & THEIR WIVES AT CAFE TROCADERO

By COOPER, Gary; DEMPSEY, Jack

Hollywood: Modern Magazine, 1930. First Edition. Near Fine/4-mil clear mylar envelope. This is an ORIGINAL vintage candid photograph of Jack Dempsey, Gary Cooper and their wives at the Cafe Trocadero in Hollywood, California. 8" x 10". Black and white; glossy finish; standard stock. According to text on the verso of the photograph, the photograph was taken by J. B. Scott for use in "Modern Magazine", and housed in the library of Dell Publishing Company. As the CafeTrocadero was principally in business on the Sunset Strip from 1934-1938, and from the apparent age of the principals and their dress, it is safe to say that the photograph was taken in the mid to late1930's. At the time Dempsey was the former heavyweight boxing champion of the world (1919-1926) and a New York restaraunt owner.. Gary Cooper was at the height of his popularity as a movie star. Some surface rubbing from handling, but Near Fine and now in a clear 4 mil mylar protective envelope. FREE SHIPPING to any United Sstates address.

$33.00

IN THE BUFFALO COUNTRY
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IN THE BUFFALO COUNTRY

By BREWERTON, George

Ashland, Oregon: Lewis Osborne, 1970. First Book Edition. Decorated Cloth. As New/Custom Clear Mylar. 73 pages. Edition limited to 1400 numbered copies; this copy un-numbered. Illustrations from drawings by the author. Front endpapers Map of countries explored by the United States and Mexican Boundary Commission. Introduction by David Lavender. Decorated cloth; gilt spine titling. 7 1/4" x 10 3/4". A chronicle of Lt. Brewerton's travels in the American West, including his journey with Kit Carson. He repeats Ruxton's description of the death of scout Bill Williams. Winner of the Western Book Award. An As New copy, now in a custom clear 4 mil mylar protective jacket. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING of books via media mail to any United States address.

$28.00

THE VIGILANCE COMMITTEE OF 1856; By A Pioneer California Journalist
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THE VIGILANCE COMMITTEE OF 1856; By A Pioneer California Journalist

By O'MEARA, James; BARRY, James H.

San Francisco: James H. Barry, 1890. First Thus. Original pink stapled wrappers. Very Good. 57 pages. Original pink stapled wrappers. 5" x 7 1/4". First Edition text (title page has 1887 date) with 1890 printed on wrappers. Authored by James O'Meara with possible contribution by the publisher, James H. Barry. Lists the members of the 1856 Vigilance Committee. A Vigilance Committee was first formed in San Francisco in 1851, in response to a loss of faith in the existing justice system due to incompetence and corruption. The Vigilance Committee was re-formed in 1856 in response to the murder of James King of William by James Casey. Decker 35:203. Wrappers slightly toned, chipped and rubbed; Bookplate at verso of front wrapper; small bookseller's sticker on rear wrapper, but still, Very Good or better overall, and now in a clear 4 mil mylar protective envelope. `1`.

$55.00

ORIGINAL1896 MUSICIANS CONTRACT / AD0LPH SUTRO & PAUL THEREUX (MUSICIANS UNION)
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ORIGINAL1896 MUSICIANS CONTRACT / AD0LPH SUTRO & PAUL THEREUX (MUSICIANS UNION)

By SUTRO, Adolph (SUTRO BATHS; CLIFF HOUSE)

San Francisco, 1896. First Edition. Brown wrapper. Very Good Plus/4-mil clear mylar envelope. This is an ORIGINAL SIGNED contract dated September 1, 1896 between Adolph Sutro and Paul Thereux of San Francisco. Two pages of folded typescript, with a brown stapled backing, with identifying text on the outside. SIGNED in ink by Adolph Sutro and Paul Thereux on page 2. The contract is for two months (September and October, 1896) and calls for Thereux to produce "...eight (8) first class musicians and members of the Musicians Union..." to play two three hour concerts per day at the SUTRO BATHS or, as directed by ADOLPH SUTRO, at Sutro Heights, The Cliff House and Pleasure Grounds or on the band car of the Sutro, Sutter Street and Larkin Street lines of street cars. The total pay is designated at $220 per week. In 1896, Adolph Sutro (1830-1898) was the 24th mayor of San Francisco , having made a fortune dewatering the mines of the Comstock Lode in Virginia City, Nevada . The Cliff House which is referred to in this contract, had just been rebuilt and opened in 1896, following the destruction by fire of the prior Cliff House in 1894. This new Cliff House was a splendid Victorian gingerbread chateau which survived the 1906 earthquake and fire, but was doomed to destruction by fire in 1907. Sutro Baths opened in March of 1896; i. e., the year of this contract. This is a rare signed document joining significant events and places in the history of San Francisco. Somewhat rubbed and wrinkled from handling, but Very Good Plus or better and now in a 4 mil clear mylar protecive sleeve. FREE SHIPPING.

$250.00

VOYAGE OF THE SONORA IN THE SECOND BUCARELI EXPEDITION; To Explore the Northwest Coast, Survey the Port of San Francisco and Found Franciscan Missions and a Presidio and Pueblo at that Port
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VOYAGE OF THE SONORA IN THE SECOND BUCARELI EXPEDITION; To Explore the Northwest Coast, Survey the Port of San Francisco and Found Franciscan Missions and a Presidio and Pueblo at that Port

By MOURELLE, Don Francisco Antonio

San Francisco: Thomas C. Russell, 1920. First English language edition. Cloth-backed illustrated Boards. Very Good/Custom Clear Mylar. (xii) 120 (1) pages. SIGNED by Thomas C. Russell in ink on the limitation page. (NOTE: After Mr. Russell's death, a San Francisco bookseller bought all of Mr. Russell's leaves, bound them, and had the bookseller's clerks sign the books. This is NOT one of these; this copy bears Mr. Russell's own signature.) Illustrated. Beautiful folding map of Spanish voyages at rear of book. Cloth-backed illustrated boards. Paper spine label. 11 1/2" x 8 3/4". Number 34 of 130 copies. Translated by The Hon. Daines Barrington from the original Spanish manuscript. Notes and Index. Soiled and rubbed, especially at corners; partial stamp on front pastedown; internally fine; Overall, Very Good or better, and now in a custom clear mylar protective sleeve. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING ofour books via media mail to any United States address.

$285.00

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