REMINISCENCES AND INCIDENTS OF EARLY DAYS OF SAN FRANCISCO (1845-1850)
BROWN, John Henry
San Francisco The Grabhorn Press 1933 (12) 138 (5) pages. First Thus. Seven illustrations reproduced from Annals of San Francisco. Folded map from plan map of San Francisco streets in 1846. One of 500 regular copies. Cloth-backed marbled boards. Paper spine label. Introduction and Reader's Guide by Douglas Sloane Watson. Paper label on front cover with facsimile of Brown's signature. Title and chapter headings in sepia. First Series of Rare Americana, No. 10. Bookplates of prominent Los Angeles attorney William W. Clary and Margaret Grafton Austin on front pastedown; British fur trader turned hotelier and prominent man of affairs, John Henry Brown describes the colorful early days of San Francisco, from 1845 to 1850. Zamorano 80: 10. Wheat, Gold Rush, 23 note. Kurutz 88b. Heller & Magee 190. Howes B-853. Mintz 60. Rocq 8430. Significant edgewear; rubbed; spine cloth roughed and paper spine label partially missing, affecting text; interior text fine; Good Plus overall, and now in a custom, clear mylar protective jacket. Condition reflected in the price for this classic. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING via media mail to any United states address.
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Jacket Condition: Clear Mylar (Custom)
Binding: Cloth-backed Marbled Boards
Condition: Good Plus
Book Id: 1734