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New York: Coverdale & Colpitts, October 1956. Paperback. 79p., numerous appended tables and maps in colors, many folded, softbound 11x8.5 inch plain printed wraps with binders-tape spine. The tape is spliting and mildly frayed, but the item is entirely handleable and sound and clean of any marks. A good copy.
San Francisco: Research Department . San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, 1937. 32p., tables aplenty and an artist's sepia aerial view of the peninsula, softbound in 11x7.5 inch stapled wraps, edgeworn with some creasing and wrinkling. No markings except light dust, sound copy, good-only.
Berkeley: Division of San Francisco Bay Toll Crossings, Department of Public Works, State of California, 1956. Paperback. xiv, thereafter various paginations totaling perhaps a hundred pages involving maps and plats (many fold-outs and a couple in colors), charts and folded statistics leaves, softbound in 11x8.5 inch wraps, a very good copy.
San Francisco: KGO Radio and the Leukemia Society, 1992. 82p., 8.5x11 inches, introduction, very good in spiral-bound wraps. Gift book given to those who donated to the Leukemia Society during KGO Radio's Leukemia Cure-A-Thon. The introduction is by local radio personality Terry Lowry and is signed twice by her.
San Francisco: Bay Bridges Educational Bureau, 1936. Pamphlet. 32p., captioned b&w photos, diagrams and a running text printed on semicoated alkaline paperstock, staple-fastened into 6.5x5 inch deco wraps. Staples have a faint touch of rust and the white background on the back cover a touch of dust, an otherwise unaged-looking.....
Burlingame, CA: Air Transport Employees Lodge 1781, 1974-75. Twelve issues of the large-format newsletter for members of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, 11x14 inches, mostly 4 pages, one eight-page issue on health and safety. Includes discussion of union politics, columns on more general current affairs, and airline-related...
San Francisco, CA: Watchword Press, 2001. Magazine. 58p., wraps, 5.5x8.5 inches. One author's name circled in pen, otherwise very good. OCLC lists only the third issue at the University of Wisconsin. First issue of the journal specializing in East European translations and emerging American authors. Includes poetry and short fiction.
San Francisco: San Francisco Convention & Tourist Bureau, no date (pre-WWII). Pamphlet. Upright brochure, sewn fascicle formatted 9x8 inches and folded in half vertically to make a 9x4 business/tourism promotional; profuse b&w captioned photography printed on coated paperstock. Color cover (looks like '30s art, an aerial view of Fort Funston.....
Alameda, CA: author, 1924-1925. 11p plus 3 newspaper clippings, 8.5 x 11 inches,typed letters and public statements by the Alameda City Council in opposing an 1925 amendment to the pension ordinance proposed by the local fire fighters and police departments, includes an analysis of the amendment by the city manager...