CALIFORNIA REDWOOD PARK; SOMETIMES CALLED SEMPERVIRENS PARK. AN APPRECIATION. Arthur Adelbert TAYLOR.
CALIFORNIA REDWOOD PARK; SOMETIMES CALLED SEMPERVIRENS PARK. AN APPRECIATION.
CALIFORNIA REDWOOD PARK; SOMETIMES CALLED SEMPERVIRENS PARK. AN APPRECIATION.
CALIFORNIA REDWOOD PARK; SOMETIMES CALLED SEMPERVIRENS PARK. AN APPRECIATION.
CALIFORNIA REDWOOD PARK; SOMETIMES CALLED SEMPERVIRENS PARK. AN APPRECIATION.

CALIFORNIA REDWOOD PARK; SOMETIMES CALLED SEMPERVIRENS PARK. AN APPRECIATION.

Sacramento: Friend William Richardson, Supt. of State Printing, 1912. First Edition. Original wraps. (10) 130 pp. Illustrated from photographs, including frontipiece showing stage coach passing through hollowed out redwood tree. Marginal page decorations. Brown wrappers; raised letter front cover titling; yapp edges. 6" x 9". The history of the efforts of the Sempervirens Club, Phoebe Hearst, George Wharton James and others to save and preserve the old growth redwoods of Big Basin in the Santa Cruz, California mountains. This is San Jose historian Clyde Arbuckle's copy, with his name stamp and acquisition date on the verso of the front cover. Laid in is a newspaper clipping profiling Arbuckle. (Clyde Arbuckle was the brother of silent film comedian Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle). A Near Fine copy (edgewear; more at the spine-ends) of this scarce piece, now in a clear mylar protective envelope with card backing. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING of our books in boxes, via media mail, to any United States address. Near Fine / Clear protective envelope with backboard. Item #2190

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