Good. California heritage, no. 49 1963 Hardcover. 117 p. Former Library book. "Ridpath's account of his journey appears in an 1888 report of the American Horticultural Society." Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Shipped to over one million happy customers. Your purchase benefits world literacy!
Fine. Foreword by Joseph V. Sullivan. Oakland, California: Biobooks, 1963. First California edition, one of only 650 copies printed. A leading 19th century American historian and educator, Ridpath (1840-1900) recorded these observations during an excursion of the American Horticultural Society to the Pacific coast in 1888. Includes particularly sharp accounts of the journey from Yuma to Los Angeles, the agricultural riches of the San Joaquin Valley, Santa Rosa and San Rafael, and Riverside. Green cloth binding, with gilt lettering. A fine copy.
Very good. First Edition. First California Edition. Limited to 650 Copies. 117 pp. Original forrest green cloth with gold lettering to spine-Clean and unmarked. only slight shelf wear Very Clean Copy-Over 500, 000 Internet Orders Filled.
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