MEMORIES OF THE MENDOCINO COAST; Being a Brief Account of the Discovery, Settlement and Development of the Mendocino Coast, together with the Correlated History of the Union Lumber Company and how Coast and Company grew up together. David Warren RYDER.
MEMORIES OF THE MENDOCINO COAST; Being a Brief Account of the Discovery, Settlement and Development of the Mendocino Coast, together with the Correlated History of the Union Lumber Company and how Coast and Company grew up together.
MEMORIES OF THE MENDOCINO COAST; Being a Brief Account of the Discovery, Settlement and Development of the Mendocino Coast, together with the Correlated History of the Union Lumber Company and how Coast and Company grew up together.
MEMORIES OF THE MENDOCINO COAST; Being a Brief Account of the Discovery, Settlement and Development of the Mendocino Coast, together with the Correlated History of the Union Lumber Company and how Coast and Company grew up together.
MEMORIES OF THE MENDOCINO COAST; Being a Brief Account of the Discovery, Settlement and Development of the Mendocino Coast, together with the Correlated History of the Union Lumber Company and how Coast and Company grew up together.
MEMORIES OF THE MENDOCINO COAST; Being a Brief Account of the Discovery, Settlement and Development of the Mendocino Coast, together with the Correlated History of the Union Lumber Company and how Coast and Company grew up together.
MEMORIES OF THE MENDOCINO COAST; Being a Brief Account of the Discovery, Settlement and Development of the Mendocino Coast, together with the Correlated History of the Union Lumber Company and how Coast and Company grew up together.

MEMORIES OF THE MENDOCINO COAST; Being a Brief Account of the Discovery, Settlement and Development of the Mendocino Coast, together with the Correlated History of the Union Lumber Company and how Coast and Company grew up together.

San Francisco: Privately Printed, 1948. First Edition. Cloth. (xiv) 81 pages. This is a presentation copy, SIGNED/INSCRIBED by author David Warren Ryder in ink on the half-title to Norman B. Livermore, "This book is presented to Norman B. Livermore, with the esteem, admiration and all good wishes of David Warren Ryder / San Francisco, April 18, 1949." Illustrated from vintage photographs and decorations by Dan Adair. Printed by Taylor & Taylor of San Francisco. Preface by Otis R. Johnson. Red Cloth. Gilt spine titling. 6 3/4" x 9 3/4". Written primarily for members of the Union Lumber Company organization, this book contains a well-researched and well-written history of logging and mill operation on the Mendocino Coast, including a good deal about the vessels which transported lumber along the Coast. Norman B. Livermore was a well-respected environmentalist, member of a pioneer California family, influential Sierra Club member, and Governor Ronald Reagan's Secretary of Resources for the whole of Reagan's governorship. He was influential in convincing Reagan to oppose the Trans-Sierra Highway (which would have crossed the John Muir Trail), work with Nevada Governor Laxalt to preserve the Tahoe Basin, and endorse the Redwoods National Park. A nice association copy. A Near Fine or better copy (slight edgewear) now in a custom, clear mylar 4-mil jacket. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING of our books in boxes via media mail to any United States address. Near Fine / Custom Clear Mylar. Item #2072

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