The Book Club of California, 1997. Hard cover. Cover boards are in great condition with no visible flaws apart from some light handling wear. Spine is shaken, but binding is secure. Inside is clean and unmarked.More
Taylor, Nash & Taylor, 1911. Hardcover. Revised from the 1907 edition. Inscribed by the author, who was mayor of San Francisco from 1907-10, to Miss Gertrude Stanford, daughter of Leland Stanford, railroad baron and founder of Stanford University, on the front endpapers. Some shelfwear.More
Gould & Curry Silver Mining Co., 1865. Soft cover. Payment receipt dated August 15, 1865. Right edge of paper is lightly bumped and creased. Bottom left corner is stained. Paper is otherwise clean.More
1980. Hardcover. One of a first edition of 2300 copies printed.
Jacket has some sunning and mild wear. Top outside corner of front cover has a small bump. Binding is tight. Pages are clean and bright.More
Putnam, 1953. Hard cover. Jacket is tanned and worn on edges. Cover is bumped on top and bottom of spine. Spine is shaken, but binding is secure. Front endpaper is tanned, but pages are clean and unmarked.More
Pacific States Telephone and Telegraph Company, 1906. Soft cover. Front cover is detached, but present. Back cover is missing. All pages remain attached to binding. Pages are tanned, but text is bright, clean, and unmarked.
Doubleday & Company, Inc, 1972. Hard cover. Inscribed by author.
Spine is cracked and shaken, but secure. Cover is worn, especially along edges. Text block and inside edges are tanned, but legibility is not affected. Inside is unmarked.More