San Francisco: The Grabhorn Press, 1939. Stapled. Quarto size,  pp. Fine. Item #190313048
This publication by the renowned San Francisco-based Grabhorn Press is a keepsake from the annual meeting of The American Institute of Accountants in 1939, and contains brief, humorous descriptions of some attractions in San Francisco and California's Pacific Slope. Laid in is a colour map of the gold regions of California, detailing various routes for those travelling to California.
___DESCRIPTION: Two sheets each folded once, stapled binding, lettering in black and gold with illustration in black on the front cover, fore-edge uncut, floral initial capital, with colour map folded inside, titled "Map of the Gold Regions of California"; quarto size (10" by 6.5"), four unnumbered pages.
___CONDITION: Fine, clean, with only very slight wear to the corners, with faint off-setting to the rear cover; the map is clean and without wear, with only original folds.
___CITATION: Grabhorn Press Bibliography, Miscellaneous, pp. 179-180.
___POSTAGE: International customers, please note that additional postage may apply as the standard does not always cover costs; please inquire for details.
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