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New York. 1973. Ballantine Books. 1st Ballantine/Comstock Printing. Very Good In Slightly Worn Wrappers. paperback. Richard Hugh Dillon (born January 16, 1924 in Sausalito, California) was a librarian and the author of many articles and books on California, including California trail herd (1961), The legend of Grizzly Adams (1966), Fool's gold: the biography of John Sutter (1967), Humbugs and heroes: a gallery of California pioneers (1970), and Delta country (1982). The collection consists of ca. 300 photographs of old and new San Francisco Chinatown and the Mother Lode country, as well as photostats, captions, and signed mounts. There are also illustrative photographs used in Richard H. Dillon's Hatchet men (1962). 034503094x. keywords: 42242. inventory # 29708. FROM THE PUBLISHER-Thirteen true tales of sea adventures that have become legendary-The Last of the Great Pirates-Captain Billy Hayes; The Lonely Odyssey of Bernard Gilboy-survived in an 18-foot open craft without touching land between San Francisco and Australia; and more.
Fair. Ballantine Books 1973 By: Richard H. Dillon. Front cover missing replaced by previous owner, previous owner's stamp on replacement cover, tight bright pages. Light creasing to bright glossy back cover.
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