CORRIDOR COUNTRY. AN INTERPRETIVE HISTORY OF THE AMADOR-LIVERMORE VALLEY; Volume One: The Spanish-Mexican Period. Reginald R. STUART, Grace D. STUART.
CORRIDOR COUNTRY. AN INTERPRETIVE HISTORY OF THE AMADOR-LIVERMORE VALLEY; Volume One: The Spanish-Mexican Period
CORRIDOR COUNTRY. AN INTERPRETIVE HISTORY OF THE AMADOR-LIVERMORE VALLEY; Volume One: The Spanish-Mexican Period
CORRIDOR COUNTRY. AN INTERPRETIVE HISTORY OF THE AMADOR-LIVERMORE VALLEY; Volume One: The Spanish-Mexican Period
CORRIDOR COUNTRY. AN INTERPRETIVE HISTORY OF THE AMADOR-LIVERMORE VALLEY; Volume One: The Spanish-Mexican Period

CORRIDOR COUNTRY. AN INTERPRETIVE HISTORY OF THE AMADOR-LIVERMORE VALLEY; Volume One: The Spanish-Mexican Period

Livermore, California: The Amador-Livermore Valley Historical Society, 1966. First Edition. (xi) 100 pages. First Edition. SIGNED by author Reginald R. Stuart in ink on the title page. Illustrated. Decorated green cloth. 7" x 10 1/2". Limited to 2000 un-numbered copies. Designed and printed by Lawton and Alfred Kennedy. Index. Glossary. This is Josephine K. Harding's copy. Mrs. Kennedy was the wife of the late Warren K. Harding, a WW2 Naval hero and the former Mayor of Pleasanton. Laid in are a number of items, including Holiday cards from the Stuarts, Mr. Harding's obituary, a book list furnished by R.R. Stuart and acknowledgments for books donated by Mrs. Harding. The definitive early history of this rich valley. A FINE copy, now in a custom clear mylar protective jacket. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING via USPS media mail to any United States address. Item #1659

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