San Francisco: the temple, 1931. Single leaves folded once to make four-panel programs, each 7.5x6 inches headed by a large engraved sketch of the magnificent domed structure with its flanking outbuildings. Ex library with accession and withdrawn stamps; further folded for its owner's convenience, with some dust-soil. Good-only copies, the two as a pair. Issue of the 23rd announces "an address to be delivered by Mr. B. E. Witkins" on the subject of "California's cause celebre" (i.e., Mooney, about 40 words). That of the 30th reports the success of the talk (also 40 words). Witkins was member of the S.F. Bar.