THE ROAD OF A THOUSAND WONDERS[:] THE COAST LINE-SHASTA ROUTE OF THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY FROM LOS ANGELES THROUGH SAN FRANCISCO, TO PORTLAND, A JOURNEY OF OVER ONE THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED MILES[.] THESE PAGES PICTURE AND TELL OF THIS REGION AND ITS WONDERS, OF THE VARIED CHARMS OF THE SEA AND SKY, OF MOUNTAINS AND VALLEY, FIELD AND FOREST AND OF CLIMATIC FEATURES WHICH MAKE PLEASANT ALL THE YEAR; OF NUMEROUS RESORTS ATTRACTIVE FOR HEALTH-SEEKING IDLING ENJOYMENT, AND ALL OUT-OF-DOOR RECREATION. San Francisco, California: Passenger Department Southern Pacific Company, 1907. 27x19.8 cm, pp. [1-4] 5-72 [73: printer's imprint] [74: blank], color illustrations, color frontispiece map, original pictorial yapp-edged black wrappers printed in purple, silver and gold (cover illustration by W. H. Bull), black endpapers, stapled. Later edition. A very elaborate promotional work prepared by the staff of SUNSET, THE MAGAZINE OF THE WEST, first published in 1905. See Rocq 17160. The inner surface of the fold over fore-edge flap is repaired with tape, 10 mm chip from lower spine end, a very good copy. The delicate construction paper-like covers are easily cracked or chipped; this is a much better than average copy of this book. (#166934).
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