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Tinkham, George H.

A History of Stockton, from Its Organization up to the Present Time, including A Sketch of San Joaquin County, comprising a history of the government, politics, state of society, religion, fire department, commerce, secret societies, art, science, manufactures, agriculture [sic] and miscellaneous events within the past thirty years. Illustrated with portraits & familiar woodcuts.

A History of Stockton, from Its Organization up to the Present Time, including A Sketch of San Joaquin County, comprising a history of the government, politics, state of society, religion, fire department, commerce, secret societies, art, science, manufactures, agriculture [sic] and miscellaneous events within the past thirty years. Illustrated with portraits & familiar woodcuts.
click to zoom A History of Stockton, from Its Organization up to the Present Time, including A Sketch of San Joaquin County, comprising a history of the government, politics, state of society, religion, fire department, commerce, secret societies, art, science, manufactures, agriculture [sic] and miscellaneous events within the past thirty years. Illustrated with portraits & familiar woodcuts.
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Record Printing Co., Stockton, CA. 1880, xvi, 397p., illustrated with two original 6x4 inch photographs mounted on their original rubricated cardstock, a steel engraving and several other fullpage period images. Hardbound in publisher's dark brown cloth, spine-titled gilt and ruled and paneled in blind. A generally sound copy, somewhat edge worn with card exposed along bottom margin and at corner-tips, small losses and fraying at both rims of the spine, gilt still bright, cloth overall quite sound; the pink endsheets are in good shape with a bit of toning and an ownership legend from the period (a Stockton-dweller). Frontis (one of the mounted photos) is detached, this leaves a slight gap in the hinge, no other damage is involved and the photo and mounting are unaffected. Chapter XVI, "Pioneer Buildings," ends at p.196, there follow three dim wood-engravings of public architecture, then text resumes at p.203 : other copies on the net mention a similar gap. The second original photograph like the frontispiece is on thick card and does not lie well in the textblock; here, it protrudes slightly from foredge.

Cat.No: 203218

Price: $225.00

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