New York: William B. dana, 1914. Paperback. 176p., 8.5x13 inches, tables. photos, ads, reports, light wear and toning otherwise very good in original printed gray wraps with chipping to head of spine.
"The purpose of the publishers in offering this edition is to provide an authentic and reliable work of reference on the commercial and financial conditions existing in the Pacific Coast territory of the US at the time of the opening of the Panama Canal" Chapters on the opening of the two California Expositions and much statistical/financial information. At the top of the front cover is stated "Two Sections - Section Two" but this bibliographer can find no mention elsewhere of the "first section" This seems complete in and of itself.