THE. October 2 MENTOR, 1916 ., W. D. Moffat, number 16 volume 4, whole number 116.

New York: The Mentor Association, Inc., October 2, 1916 (volume 4, number 16, whole number 116). 25.8x18.2 cm (octavo), single issue, illustrations, pictorial wrappers, stapled. The entire issue is devoted to a 12-page illustrated article, "The Yosemite Valley," by "lecturer and traveler" Dwight L. Elmendorf. "Describes topographic and scenic features in order of their appearance to traveler coming from Merced" (Voth, Yosemite, 1941, p. 17). The inside front cover prints "The Incomparable Valley," a short article by John Muir. The small illustrations in the text are from photographs made by J. T. Boysen and Arthur C. Pillsbury. This issue includes six loose plates, 24.2x17.8 cm, each with a color illustration of a scene in Yosemite Valley "from a water color painting" (artist not identified) on the recto, and a full page of explanatory text "prepared by the Editorial Staff of the Mentor Association" on the verso. The wrappers are worn along the spine panel, the six laid in plates are very good to nearly fine. (#167427).

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