San Francisco: Cardinell-Vincent Company, no date [circa 1915]. Oversized Paperback. [48p] profuse captioned views reproduced in sepia overlaid on black, printed on buff stock, very attractive; soft covers are 10 1/4 inches wide by 8 3/16 inches tall holding stapled sheets measuring 10 x 8 inches. Features the sites of Southern California, from a tourist perspective Lifestyles of the rich and famous a plenty... See Millionaire Row in Pasdena, the sunken gardens of Adolphus Busch... champagne wishes and caviar dreams, turn-of-the-(last)-century-style. Just a hint of the breathless get-rich-quick aura of early 20th century Southern California (Plenty of Fruit where you can make your millions but how about Pigeon farms? Ostriches? Alligators!?! The cover, decorated with a panorama of Central Square and Auditorium, has little nicks across the top edge and the foredge is somewhat creased and handled with a hint of thumbsoil, yet remains a very good copy,sound and generally quite clean.