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Publisher: San Francisco, A. Roman & Co:
Seller ID: 022012
The first six annual volumes. Hardcover, green pebbled cloth, gilt titles and logo on spine. Each volume 550-600 pp. First appearance of Bret Harte's The Luck of Roaring Camp, as well as early contributions by Mark Twain and tales and poems by California Bohemian founders Charles Warren Stoddard and Ina Coolbrith. Among the tales and articles in this short run are Harte's "The Luck of Roaring Camp," "Dickens in Camp," and "Plain Language from Truthful James," and Ambrose... View more info
Publisher: Industrial Arts Laboratory Press at San Jose State College for the Sacramento Book Collectors Club: 1942
Edition: 1st ed. thus.
Seller ID: cr180226l
Published by printed and bound by Industrial Arts Laboratory Press at San Jose State College for the Sacramento Book Collectors Club, Sacramento & San Jose, 1942 8vo, ¼ linen, violet boards. xxi,13p., frontis-map, rubricated title page, preface, notes to preface, the pamphlet, remarks of John Plumbe, notes to text. Errata slip affixed at rear colophon. The first publication of the Sacramento Book Collectors Club; limited to eighty copies. Laid in is a printed slip l... View more info
By: Ainsworth, Ed
Seller ID: 040302
1st ed., 1948. A fine copy in a very good dust jacket, signed by author Ainsworth as well as the cover artist, Clyde Forsythe and Los Angeles County Sheriff Eugene Biscailuz. The book is in fine condition; the d/w has light wear along the edges and a few nicks at top and bottom of spine. View more info
By: Carpenter, Edwin
Publisher: Los Angeles, Dawson's Book Shop: 1973
Edition: 1st ed.
Seller ID: 1409
1st ed., limited to 300 copies. 8vo, illustrated boards, 48 pp. Illustrated with contemporary photographs and graphics - LA cemeteries up to the year 1885. Fine, without d/w -- as issued. View more info
By: CLEMENS, Will M.
Publisher: San Francisco, The Clemens Publishing Company: 1992
Edition: 1st ed.
Seller ID: dg121701
1st ed. 12mo, publisher’s printed wrappers with a portrait of Twain on front. 211 pp. First edition. BAL, p. 251. Fair: Internally clean and tight. Covers rubbed at extremites; bottom right corner of front cover and first leaf clipped 1/8”, similar sized crease on next several leaves; covers tanned with some light rubbing. Bindery glue residue on front hinge. Ex-libris Ruth Ann Newport; County Historian for the County of Tuolumne, Ca with her blind stamp at bottom of... View more info
Publisher: Kentfield, Mallette, Dean [Allen Press}: 1959
Edition: 1st ed.
Seller ID: dg17121005
4to, quarter cloth, blue on green boards with ocean wave pattern; printed title label on spine.  pp. One of 200 unnumbered copies set in Bulmer types and printed on handmade Umbria paper. After a pioneering voyage from Boston to California to seek fame and fortune, Duchow settled in the gold rush town of Columbia where he became a respected journalist and newspaper publisher. View more info
Publisher: NY, The Press Of The Pioneers, Inc: 1935
Seller ID: DG17090613
First Edition. 8vo Red Buckram with gilt titles. 526 pp, History of the gold rush era Tuolumne Co California. General history plus a list of the pioneers, physicians and surgeons prior to 1854, and the towns and camps of the region. Sixteen full-page photographs. Pristine copy copy in a fine jacket. The d/w has a ¼”x1” closed tear at bottom of spine, otherwise also pristine, not price-clipped. The best copy we have seen. View more info
Publisher: Stockton CA, Russell C Grigsby: 1943
Edition: 1st ed.
Seller ID: dg17121605
1st ed., 8vo, dark green boards, 154 pp. Grigsby lived in the Tuolumne/Yosemite region of the Sierra Nevada from 1907. This memoirs cover his early years, through the Depression and his work with the California Conservation Corp, through the publication date 1943. Good+: Presents as very good-near fine overall but chip at top of spine results in loss in 1/8” of cloth, lightly rubbed corners. Inscribed by Grigsby on fep to Ruth Ann Newport, County Historian, Tuolumne Co... View more info
By: J. Ross Browne
Publisher: Paisano Press: 1959
Edition: 1st ed
Seller ID: dg17121004
Large 8vo, ochre linen covered boards with gilt writing on spine with gilt illustration on cover. 86 pages. .Limited edition, # 408 of 500 copies; reprinted from Harper's New Monthly Magazine 1861-62. Fine copy in very good d/w. The book itself is as-new; the dustjacket has light surface wear and several small nicks at edges; no tears or chips, not price-clipped. View more info
Publisher: Sonora, CA, Tuolumne County Historical Society,: 1966
Edition: 1st ed.
Seller ID: dg17120101
24mo, Maroon cloth with gilt lettering on spine 160 pages. One of 500 unnumbered copies printed. Fine. Inscribed by the editor Carlo de Ferrari to Ruth Ann Newport, County Historian for the County of Tuolumne Calif. - with Newport’s blind-stamped ex-libris at bottom of title page and last page View more info
Publisher: Glendale CA, Arthur H. Clark Company: 1981
Seller ID: 31801
1st ed. "The Fremont Cannon" is Volumn 11 in the Frontier Military Series. This book covers J.J. Fremont's attempt to bring a brass cannon from the Mississippi River to California. The effort failed and the cannon has been lost to history. The prevalent theories at that the cannon was buried somewhere on the east slope of the Sierra Nevadas and never found or that the cannon was dug-up by Native Americans and dumped into one of the deep remote canyons found on the easter... View more info
Publisher: Sacramento, Sacramento Book Collectors Club,: 1959
Edition: First Thus
Seller ID: 000254
The texts of a "Memoir" (1877-1878) and an interview (1883) between Low and H.H. Bancroft, in which the ninth governor of California (1863-1867) reflected on his business and political life, with particular emphasis on the Gold Rush, the railroads, and the question of Chinese immigration. Club publication number 7. Limited to 310 copies, printed by the Grabhorn Press. 78 pp. Edited, with Preface and Notes by Robert H. Becker. Quarto. Pp. xiii, , 78. Frontis portrait ... View more info
Publisher: Los Angeles, UAW Western Region 6: 1969
Edition: First thus
Seller ID: 022021
1st ed., 8-1/2x11" stapled wrappers. Pamphlet offprint published by the UAW of two New Yorker articles [June 21 and 28, 1969, that were the basis for his later book Sal Si Puedes. Signed by Matthiessen on the cover below his name 24 pp. [Nicholas p. 13] A pristine copy. View more info