Berkeley: The University [of California] Press, 1910. Paperback. Pp.358-426 followed by inserted coated plates (showing arrowheads and human skeletal remains), and several folding plates (elevations and plats of the mound and various trenchings). Softbound in 10.5x7.3 inch plain printed journal wraps. Very edgeworn, spine panel and front cover heavily chipped and nearly detached; back cover is also nearly detached. UC Pubs in American Archaeology and Ethnology; vol. 7, no. 5. April 21, 1910.
First ownership legend, rubber-stamped, is Adan E[duardo] Treganza's, founder of the Anthro Dept at San Francisco State College. This name is crossed out and supplanted by C.E. Smith's holograph.