A faithful translation of the papers respecting the grant made by Governor Alvarado to John A. Sutter reprinted from the original pamphlet published in 1850. John Plumbe, Neal Harlow.
A faithful translation of the papers respecting the grant made by Governor Alvarado to John A. Sutter reprinted from the original pamphlet published in 1850
A faithful translation of the papers respecting the grant made by Governor Alvarado to John A. Sutter reprinted from the original pamphlet published in 1850

A faithful translation of the papers respecting the grant made by Governor Alvarado to John A. Sutter reprinted from the original pamphlet published in 1850

Sacramento & San Jose: printed and bound by Industrial Arts Laboratory Press at San Jose State College for the Sacramento Book Collectors Club, 1942. Hardcover. xxi,13p., frontis-map, rubricated title page, preface, notes to preface, the pamphlet, remarks of John Plumbe, notes to text. errata slip affixed at colophon which reads: "Of this book, eighty copies have been printed and the type distributed, June,/1942. The type is the American Founders' beautiful Garamond/Oldstyle. paper for the cover is Canson et Montgolfier Ingres;/for the text, Strathmore All Rag Book has been used;" followed by a rubricated device. Untrimmed fore edge, fine in purple boards and white cloth backing with paper title label on spine. Laid in find two printed slips, both listing charter members of the Club identical in text but in different fonts and on differing paperstock. Publication Number One.

The first publication of the Book Club, a reprint of what was believed to be the first book printed in Sacramento, a small pamphlet of twelve pages published in April of 1850. The membership slips laid-in list Walter E. Stoddard, Edward H. Crussell and Edward L. Sterne as officers. Thirty-six of the original eighty are held in institutions according to OCLC (1/2017) Fairly scarce on the market.

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