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1 ANTELOPE A NAVAHO INDIAN BOY.
The Platt & Munk Co. , 1935. 
7" x 8". 18cm. x 20cm. Illustrated softcover. Fine.

 
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2 FUN-TIME GAMES.
The Platt & Munk Co. , 1937. 
7" x 8". 18cm. x 20cm. Illustrated softcover. Very good.

 
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3 GRAY BIRD A LITTLE PLAINS INDIAN.
The Platt & Munk Co. , 1935. 
7" x 8". 18cm. x 20cm. Illustrated softcover. Fine.

 
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4 JACK AND THE BEANSTALK.
The Platt & Munk Co. , 1934. 
7" x 8". 18cm. x 20cm. Illustrated softcover. Fine.

 
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5 LEAPING TROUT A LITTLE IROQUOIS BOY.
The Platt & Munk Co. , 1935. 
7" x 8". 18cm. x 20cm. Illustrated softcover. Fine.

 
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LOS ANGELES TOURIST:  A BOOK FOR THE TRAVELER AND THE PLEASURE SEEKER. Vol. 1, Number 12.
6 LOS ANGELES TOURIST: A BOOK FOR THE TRAVELER AND THE PLEASURE SEEKER. Vol. 1, Number 12.
Los Angeles: Browne and Hair, June, 1910. Periodical Staplebound Wraps Very Good + in Wraps 
Promotional pamphlet. The Los Angeles Tourist was published every month, given away free, and distributed to all passengers on Santa Fe trains. Includes information about places of interest in Los Angeles, map, list of things to do while visiting Los Angeles, and advertisements for an ostrich farm, Santa Catalina Island, hotels, housing, and hot air balloon excursions. A nice piece of history. Better than very good condition, with the top right corner bent (but not creased) and a small smudge mark on the lower front cover .

 
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7 MANUEL OF MEXICO.
The Platt & Munk Co. , 1935. 
7" x 8". 18cm. x 20cm. Illustrated softcover. Remnant of price sticker to front cover. Very good.

 
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8 MICCO A SEMINOLE INDIAN BOY.
The Platt & Munk Co. , 1935. 
7" x 8". 18cm. x 20cm. Illustrated softcover. Fine.

 
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9 MORNING STAR A LITTLE PUEBLO GIRL.
The Platt & Munk Co. , 1935. 
7" x 8". 18cm. x 20cm. Illustrated softcover. Fine.

 
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10 NIGALEK A LITTLE ESKIMO BOY.
The Platt & Munk Co. , 1935. 
7" x 8". 18cm. x 20cm. Illustrated softcover. Fine.

 
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11 THE KING'S RIVER REGION SHOULD BE A NATIONAL PARK. FIRST FILM BY THE SIERRA CLUB.
San Francisco: The Sierra Club, 1939. 
In 1939 the Sierra Club produced its first film -- Sky-Land Trails of the Kings -- and published this booklet to promote the establishment of King's Canyon National Park.

 
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12 THE OVERLAND MONTHLY, VOL. XI, NO. 62, SECOND SERIES. FEBRUARY, 1888.
San Francisco: The Overland Monthly Company, 1888. 
Sm. 4to. Bound in tan printed wrappers. Some chipping to head and foot of spine. Small amount of soiling and edgewear. Very good. Article, "Around San Diego Bay" [pp. 113-121] features sketches and photographs of the development of San Diego, including a photograph of the construction of the Hotel Del Coronado. Founded by Bret Harte in 1868, The Overland Monthly aspired to be like Atlantic Magazine. Though it ceased publication in 1875, it returned in January 1883, labelled "Second Series," and was published until July, 1935. Early work written by Ambrose Bierce, Mark Twain, Jack London, and Edwin Markham was published in the journal. Each month the magazine featured profiles of places like Monterey, Fresno, Santa Rosa, Mt. Shasta, San Diego, Los Angeles, and San Francisco along with stories of pioneers or those who had been in the gold mining camps. With book reviews and many pages of illustrated advertisements.

 
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13 THE OVERLAND MONTHLY, VOL. XII, NO. 71, SECOND SERIES. NOVEMBER, 1888.
San Francisco: The Overland Monthly Company, 1888. 
Sm. 4to. Bound in tan printed wrappers. Some chipping to head and foot of spine. Small amount of soiling and edgewear. Very good. Article, "Women on School Boards" [pp. 547-554] features the debate over, "admitting women to a share in educational supervision." Founded by Bret Harte in 1868, The Overland Monthly aspired to be like Atlantic Magazine. Though it ceased publication in 1875, it returned in January 1883, labelled "Second Series," and was published until July, 1935. Early work written by Ambrose Bierce, Mark Twain, Jack London, and Edwin Markham was published in the journal. Each month the magazine featured profiles of places like Monterey, Fresno, Santa Rosa, Mt. Shasta, San Diego, Los Angeles, and San Francisco along with stories of pioneers or those who had been in the gold mining camps. With book reviews and many pages of illustrated advertisements.

 
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14 THE OVERLAND MONTHLY, VOL. XII, NO. 74, SECOND SERIES. FEBRUARY, 1889.
San Francisco: The Overland Monthly Company, 1889. 
Sm. 4to. Bound in tan printed wrappers. Some chipping to head and foot of spine. Small amount of soiling and edgewear. Very good. Article, "Hydraulic Mining Illustrated" [pp. 113-122] features sketches of mining machinery and processes as well as a thorough explanation of how they were employed. Founded by Bret Harte in 1868, The Overland Monthly aspired to be like Atlantic Magazine. Though it ceased publication in 1875, it returned in January 1883, labelled "Second Series," and was published until July, 1935. Early work written by Ambrose Bierce, Mark Twain, Jack London, and Edwin Markham was published in the journal. Each month the magazine featured profiles of places like Monterey, Fresno, Santa Rosa, Mt. Shasta, San Diego, Los Angeles, and San Francisco along with stories of pioneers or those who had been in the gold mining camps. With book reviews and many pages of illustrated advertisements.

 
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15 THE OVERLAND MONTHLY, VOL. XX, NO. 118, SECOND SERIES. OCTOBER, 1892.
San Francisco: The Overland Monthly Company, 1892. 
Sm. 4to. Bound in tan printed wrappers. Some chipping to head and foot of spine. Small tears and edgewear. Large closed tear on front cover. Large piece torn off of back cover. Good. Article, "University of California" [pp. 337-362] features many photos of the then young University of California campus. Founded by Bret Harte in 1868, The Overland Monthly aspired to be like Atlantic Magazine. Though it ceased publication in 1875, it returned in January 1883, labelled "Second Series," and was published until July, 1935. Early work written by Ambrose Bierce, Mark Twain, Jack London, and Edwin Markham was published in the journal. Each month the magazine featured profiles of places like Monterey, Fresno, Santa Rosa, Mt. Shasta, San Diego, Los Angeles, and San Francisco along with stories of pioneers or those who had been in the gold mining camps. With book reviews and many pages of illustrated advertisements.

 
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16 TWENTY-NINTH ANNUAL CIRCULAR AND CATALOGUE OF THE WILLIAMS & ROGERS ROCHESTER BUSINESS UNIVERSITY: 1893-1894.
Rochester, NY: Press of Democrat and Chronicle, 1893. 
6" x 8". 124 pp. Blue cloth-covered boards embossed with brown decorative devices and gilt lettering. Ink marks on front board, bottom of spine chipped, mild wear. Overall very good. A treasure trove of information for those interested in Rochester, NY, history or academia. Many black and white photographs of the interior and exterior of the campus. The beautiful buildings, their interiors and even the manual typewriters all in a row give a glimpse into late 19th century business education. Detailed course descriptions, many recommendations and comments from former students, and a list of the names of former students.

 
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17 WATLALA AN INDIAN OF THE NORTHWEST.
The Platt & Munk Co. , 1935. 
7" x 8". 18cm. x 20cm. Illustrated softcover. Fine.

 
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18 A Mother. MY EARLY DAYS: OR, SCENES OF REAL LIFE, REVIVED.
Philadelphia: American Sunday-School Union, (1851). Good 
Sm. 8vo. Navy blue boards, blind-stamped with elaborate scrollwork. Spin has gilt title and elaborate gilt design. Tissue-guarded engraved frontispiece. Previous owner name in pencil dated 1853. Foxing. Corners worn. Spine slightly cocked. Glassine envelope with old newspaper article about Andrew Carnegie at Skibo Castle laid in along with the calling card of Mr. William Henry Schofield.

 
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19 Adams, E[mma] H[ildreth]. TO AND FRO IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA WITH SKETCHES IN ARIZONA AND NEW MEXICO.
Cincinnati: W.M.B.C. Press, 1887. First edition 
12mo. 5" x7 1/2". [1-4]5-288 pp. Brown cloth black, blindstamped borders, gilt lettering, and gilt Joshua trees. Cloth heavily rubbed along edges. Previous owner signatures and one previous owner embossed library mark on ffep. Stamped in several places throughout the book, including the title page, are the words A.G. & P. Co., Mare Island. Good. During her travels to Southern California, the author sent letters to several Eastern newspapers (chiefly the Cleveland "Leader and Herald" describing all the events, problems, industries, and people she saw and experienced in Southern California during her time there in 1884 and 1886. She also devotes a few chapters to her travels in Arizona and New Mexico. Rocq 2761.

 
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BENEATH THE SURFACE; OR, THE WONDERS OF THE UNDERGROUND WORLD WITH 115 ILLUSTRATIONS Wonders of Nature, Adams, W. H. Davenport.
20 Adams, W. H. Davenport. BENEATH THE SURFACE; OR, THE WONDERS OF THE UNDERGROUND WORLD WITH 115 ILLUSTRATIONS Wonders of Nature
London: T. Nelson and Sons, 1876. Cloth Else very good. 
12mo. 560 pages. Dark green cloth stamped with decorative black borders. Gilt cartouche and titles. Rubbing to edge of spine, fraying to tips. Shelfwear to head and tail of spine. Dark green enpapers. Amazing book has descriptions of underground formations, mineral and metallic deposits, underground springs, coal mines, quarries and caves from all over the world. It even includes a chapter called "Buried Alive". All kinds of exciting information for spelunkers, cave enthusiasts, and geologists. Very scarce.

 
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