Item #2782 DIGGING FOR GOLD WITHOUT A SHOVEL. THE LETTERS OF DANIEL WADSWORTH COIT FROM MEXICO TO SAN FRANCISCO 1848-1851. George P. HAMMOND.
DIGGING FOR GOLD WITHOUT A SHOVEL. THE LETTERS OF DANIEL WADSWORTH COIT FROM MEXICO TO SAN FRANCISCO 1848-1851
DIGGING FOR GOLD WITHOUT A SHOVEL. THE LETTERS OF DANIEL WADSWORTH COIT FROM MEXICO TO SAN FRANCISCO 1848-1851
DIGGING FOR GOLD WITHOUT A SHOVEL. THE LETTERS OF DANIEL WADSWORTH COIT FROM MEXICO TO SAN FRANCISCO 1848-1851
DIGGING FOR GOLD WITHOUT A SHOVEL. THE LETTERS OF DANIEL WADSWORTH COIT FROM MEXICO TO SAN FRANCISCO 1848-1851
DIGGING FOR GOLD WITHOUT A SHOVEL. THE LETTERS OF DANIEL WADSWORTH COIT FROM MEXICO TO SAN FRANCISCO 1848-1851
DIGGING FOR GOLD WITHOUT A SHOVEL. THE LETTERS OF DANIEL WADSWORTH COIT FROM MEXICO TO SAN FRANCISCO 1848-1851

DIGGING FOR GOLD WITHOUT A SHOVEL. THE LETTERS OF DANIEL WADSWORTH COIT FROM MEXICO TO SAN FRANCISCO 1848-1851

Denver: Old West Publishing Company, 1967. First Edition. 116 pp. Illustrated from drawings by Daniel Wadsworth Coit, including frontispiece self-portrait. Historical introduction by Editor George P. Hammond. Edition limited to 1250 un-numbered copies, designed and printed by Lawton and Alred Kennedy of San Francisco. Gilt spine titling. Illustrated cloth. 9" x 13". Includes twenty-one letters written by artist/financier Daniel Wadsworth Coit (1787-1876) to his wife, from February 10, 1848 to December 13, 1851. He describes the business and social life of San Francisco during the Gold Rush. Kurtuz 142. A Very Fine copy, now in a custom clear mylar protective jacket. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING of our books in boxes, via media mail, to any United States address. Fine / Custom Clear Mylar. Item #2782

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