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Early California Travels Series, A Chronological Summary, Index and Descriptive List by  Charles N. (compiled by) Rudkin - First Printing of the First Edition - 1961 - from About Books and

Early California Travels Series, A Chronological Summary, Index and Descriptive List

by Rudkin, Charles N. (compiled by)

Condition: Very Near Fine condition/No dust jacket

Los Angeles, California: Glen Dawson, 1961. Very Near Fine condition. Clean, square, tight, and unmarked. Sharp corners. No owner's name or bookplate. Not a remainder mark. No underlining. No highlighting. No margin notes. Full-color frontispiece. Limited to 250 copies. Printed by Paul Bailey at his Westernlore Press. #50 in the Early California Travels Series. Index of contributors. Extensive Subject Index (141 pages in length). Includes listings, in both chronological and numerical sequence, for all 50 volumes in the series. A content summary is provided for each volume. There is also a bibliographical description of each volume. Miller p. 89 (Westernlore Press bibliography). Bound in the original gray cloth, with red spine label. Gilt stamping is still bright and shiny.. First Printing of the First Edition. Hardcover. Very Near Fine condition/No dust jacket. 8vo. vii, 179pp. Great Packaging, Fast Shipping.
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