San Francisco: Paul Elder and Company, 1906. Decorations and illustrations in black and blue. Square 8vo, beige buckram with reproduction onlay. Item #802
A bright, unused copy of this early piece of automotive humor. There are numerous pages to document your trips, titled Time, Place and Cast. Maxims include: "Better a horse with a dinner of herbs than a stalled auto and contention" and "Two things doth the autoist leave always behind him: his common sense and the commoner scent of gasoline."