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[San Francisco]: the Association, [1928?]. Pamphlet. 26p., 6x9 inches, illustrations, very good in lightly-soiled printed stapled white wraps. The Association was founded to popularize Vallejo's contributions to the history of California and to convert his Sonoma home to landmark status. Primarily a history of Vallejo and the conquest of California...
Carmichael, CA: The Press of the Winding Way, no date. 16p., 5.5x8.5 inches, illustrated with vintage drawings from magazines of the period, fine booklet in stapled yellow pictorial wraps. "Selected from 'Put's Golden Songster' and other collections of lusty popular ballads, published by Appleton & Co. in San Francisco (1853-1861)...
Washington: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1968. 20p., 9x6 inches oblong, illustrated with b&w art reproductions and photos, very good in original stapled pictorial wraps. A short, general, and biased history of the Sioux, the Chippewas, the Ft. Laramie Treaty and Custer's Last Stand.
Los Angeles: County of Los Angeles Department of History and Science, 1962. 66p., 7.5x10.5 inches, foreword, appendixes, heavily illustrated with photos, very good revised second printing with added bibliography and two statistical appendixes in original pictorial wraps. Period images reasonably well-reproduced. Aerial view of UCLA under construction; a dandy in...
San Francisco: International Industrial Conference, 1965. 11p.+ 5p, 7.24x10.5 inches, illustrations, designed and printed by Lawton and Alfred Kennedy, very good booklet in stapled pictorial white wraps with cover design by James Sanford. On the early history of California and guide to Bay Area Californiana, printed for the Conference.