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Publisher: New York:, D. Appleton-Century Company, 1939
Edition: First Edition – First Printing.[with (1) on last page of text]
Sketches of California's most romantic cities, including San Diego, Laguna, Hollywood, Pasadena, Santa Barbara, Carmel, Monterey, Weaverville, Coloma, Grass Valley, Nevada City, and Palo Alto and others.Bindings tight and square. Text clean, light even toning. Moderate handling wear. Lacks Dust Jacket. 456 pages with Index. Color frontispiece of the Art Museum in Balboa Park, San Diego, illustrated endpapers. View more info
By: Jenkins, Peter
Publisher: Nashville, TN, Rutledge Hill Press, 1995
Edition: 1st Edition
The blend of first-person travelogue and observations of the peoples and wildlife along the way makes for an unusual coverage which will make a fine gift. -- Midwest Book Review.No Flaws or Blemishes; Gift Quality. View more info
Publisher: Los Angeles:, Borden Publishing Co,, 1949.
Edition: Centennial Edition. First Edition, Thus.
William Lewis Manly (1820-1903) and his family left Vermont in 1828, and he grew to manhood in Michigan and Wisconsin. On hearing the news of gold in California, Manly set off on horseback, joining an emigrant party in Missouri. Death Valley in '49 (1894) contains Manly's account of that overland journey. Setting out too late in the year to risk a northern passage thorugh the Sierras, the group takes the southern route to California, unluckily choosing an untried ... View more info
Publisher: Mkiami, Banyan Books, 1980
Edition: Second Printing.
Ralph Middleton Munroe (1851 - 1933) was an American yacht designer and early resident of Coconut Grove in south Florida. His home, now The Barnacle Historic State Park, is the oldest house in Miami-Dade County still standing in its original location. Photography was another important aspect of Munroe's life. He was an accomplished amateur photographer. During his lifetime many of his photographs were used in magazines, newspapers, and books as illustrations. Thr... View more info