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    • THE VIKING PRESS, 1939
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    • Bibliographic details: Octavo Frontispiece portrait and other illustrations blue cloth spine lettered in gilt over yellow cloth boards pictorial dust jacket (glued to a carrier of paper, some loss of paper at spine ends and corners) Top edges a little dust soiled, else fine With a lengthy inscription dated De. 39, and signature of Knud Merrild Read more
    • AUGUST 25, 1913
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    • Bibliographic details: 8.5" x 11" single letter sized sheet of paper letterhead in black, typed in black, signature in black ink Offsetting due to another sheet laid on top, long narrow piece lacking at bottom right, cello residue on back Read more
    • AUGUST 28, 1897
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    • Bibliographic details: 8.5" x 11" single letter sized sheet of paper, letterhead in black, typed in blue, signed by the president in black ink, red rubber stamp at top front corner, red stamped endorsement on the back signed in ink To: "Sir" stating that in addition to present duties the recipient, Oliver D. Norton, U. S. N., is permitted to take a course in practical bacteriology at the U. S. Navel Laboratory. "Naval Laboratory and Department of Instruction Brooklyn, N. Y. Aug 30, 1897 P.A. Surgeon, U. S. N." Crease marks of original folding, very scarce spotting, cello tape residue to back not effecting text, e... Read more
    • EDWARD SELDEN SPAULDING, 1961
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    • Bibliographic details: Quarto Illustrated with full page plates of all the missions, and portrait of Ford original brown cloth, pictorially stamped and lettered in gilt, pictorial endpapers Fine Inscribed, signed and dated by the author Read more
    • 1898
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    • Bibliographic details: 16mo yellow wrappers sewn in yellow, lettered in black, with admission card laid in Invitation to an instrumental concert and program of speeches celebrating the California Golden Jubilee. Admission card to the Golden Jubilee Reception by the Society of California Pioneers at Pioneer Hall on the evening following the concert Fine Read more
    • BOOK CLUB OF CALIFORNIA, 1953
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    • Bibliographic details: Quarto leaf folded once Book Club of California Keepsake. Consisting of twelve folders, containing reproductions of humurous drawings of the period. Edited by Carl I. Wheat, with comments by various authorities First and twelfth leaves slightly browned on front and back, otherwise a fine set Printed by the Grabhorn Press [GB #532] Read more
    • HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN, 1947
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    • Bibliographic details: Octavo original green cloth lettered in gilt pictorial dust jacket (edges a little nicked and rubbed, small tear) Prouty had close ties with Sylvia Plath, having financed Plath’s education as well as coming to her aid after Plath suffered a breakdown in 1953. Among Prouty’s other popular novels were Stella Dallas and Oil for the Lamps of China Rubber stamp on front free endpaper, else fine Scarce Read more
    • BINFORDS & MORT, (1967)
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    • Bibliographic details: Octavo Illustrated orange cloth lettered in dark brown, map endpapers pictorial dust jacket (as new) Trapper, trader, explorer, mountain man - Ewing Young from Tennessee became one of the most influential figures in the history of the American fur trade of the Far West. Yet never till now has this unsung giant of western pioneering been the subjcet of a full-scale biography. In this unique story, based on original, firsthand sources, Ewing Young emerges as a decision maker, a molder of other men’s destinies, steadily thrusting the edge of American enterprise farther and farther west As new Read more
    • NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY, (1997)
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    • Bibliographic details: Oblong octavo Profusely illustrated with map frontispiece, photographs, color photographs, drawings, facsimiles, and color maps red-brown textured boards with gilt and blind-stamped lettering pictorial dust jacket (slight silverfishing, repaired tear to front panel) “Unlike many general works about the West, which attempt to cover the entire 19th century, my story begins with the discovery of California gold in 1848 and ends with the stampede tot he Klondike in 1898.” -from the Introduction Silverfishing to front endpapers, else fine Read more
    • UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO PRESS, (1994)
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    • Bibliographic details: Octavo Illustrated with photographs, drawings, and maps green cloth with copper lettering pictorial dust jacket (fine) “Captivating tales of lost mines and buried gold bars await you [through this] wealth of adventurous treasure stories.” -from the dust jacket Fine Read more
    • THE MARINERS’ MUSEUM, 1954
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    • Bibliographic details: Volume two only [15], 2-384; [13], 386-775 pp. Frontispiece portraits and numerous inserted plates from vintage photographs green cloth with gilt spine and cover titles and ornamentation A detailed and favorable biography published by a Museum founded by Collis P. Huntington. Beautifully illustrated Fine condition Read more
    • ARTHUR H. CLARK, (1991)
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    • Bibliographic details: Quarto Illustrated navy cloth lettered in gilt pictorial dust jacket (fine) “The Sutil and Mexicana sailed along the coast of the Pacific Northwest in 1792... through painstaking research, the translator and editor identified the original manuscript account of the voyage” -from the dust jacket Fine Northwest Historical Series XVI Read more
    • UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PRESS, (1999)
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    • Bibliographic details: Small folio Illustrated with photographs by the author, drawings, diagrams, tables, charts, and graphs by Laura Simonds Southworth, and maps by Janice C. Fong black cloth spine lettered in silver over light gray boards with map endpapers pictorial dust jacket (slight rubbing) “[This book] documents the consequences of rapid population growth, under way since the late 1960s, to the social, economic, and ecological characteristics of the Sierra Nevada. Timothy Duane shows how further unfettered population growth threatens the very values that have made the region a desirable place to live and... Read more
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