THE DIARY OF PHILIP LEGET EDWARDS. THE GREAT CATTLE DRIVE FROM CALIFORNIA TO OREGON IN 1837.
EDWARDS, Philip Leget
San Francisco The Grabhorn Press 1932 47 pages. First Edition Thus. Introduction by Douglas S. Watson. Frontispiece view in color of Yerba Buena in Spring, 1937 from a lithograph by John Vioget. One headpiece in sepia by Arvilla Parker. Quarto. Cloth-backed marbled boards. The Grabhorn Press First Series of Rare Americana, Number 4. Baskerville types; Van Gelder paper. Bookplate of California bibliophile Arthur R. Anderson on front pastedown. In a custom slipcase made by Mr. Anderson, as was his custom. The diary of the first recorded cattle drive in California. GB 172; Six-Score 36 (note); Howes E66. Toned front and rear endpapers, as is usual for this title, else Fine and in a custom clear mylar protective jacket. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING via media mail to any United States address.
Signed: n Edition: First Thus
Jacket Condition: Custom Clear Mylar
Binding: Cloth-backed marbled boards
Condition: Near Fine
Book Id: 1731