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(REWARD CARDS).
(REWARD CARDS).

Two California reward cards, each with a photograph of the violator and his full description. 3 1/4 x 5 1/4 inches. Hand stamps on versos.


1). San Quentin prison. Arrest card for Antonio Valenzuela who has wanted on parole violation. He was arrested in 1910 on Assault to Murder charge and was paroled in 1913. 2). Folsom prison. Card for Ignacio Flores, recidivist. He was arrested in 1919 on an "A.D. Weapon" charge. This was his third arrest.
Both cards are in fine condition.


Price: $65.00
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FINAL REPORT OF THE CALIFORNIA WORLD'S FAIR COMMISSION, INCLUDING A DESCRIPTION OF ALL EXHIBITS FROM THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA.
FINAL REPORT OF THE CALIFORNIA WORLD'S FAIR COMMISSION, INCLUDING A DESCRIPTION OF ALL EXHIBITS FROM THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA.
Sacramento: A. J. Johnston, Supt. State Printing, 1894..

240 pages. Profusely illustrated from photographs. Octavo, 9 x 5 3/4 inches. Pubishers burgundy colored cloth with gilt lettering. A fine, bright copy.


With the hand stamp "Compliments of R. McMurray" who was a member fo the California World's Fair committee. Dybwad #1796.


Price: $85.00
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SAN FRANCISCO HOTEL ASSOCIATION'S OFFICIAL HOTEL AND SHOPPING GUIDE.
SAN FRANCISCO HOTEL ASSOCIATION'S OFFICIAL HOTEL AND SHOPPING GUIDE.
San Francisco: 1938.

36 pages. Illustrated. Narrow octavo, 9 x 4 inches. Pictorial wrappers; a fine, bright copy


Price: $35.00
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SOUVENIR PETRIFIED FOREST PARK OF CALIFORNIA.
SOUVENIR PETRIFIED FOREST PARK OF CALIFORNIA.
(Santa Rosa, CA: circa 1910).

Booklet with four hand-colored gelatin silver photographs, one photo postcard and a folding promotional for this tourist attraction. Oblong twelvmo, 5 x 7 inches. Stiff brown paper, cover printed in gilt; string tied.



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STERLING FURNITURE CO.
(Educational Furniture).
STERLING FURNITURE CO.
San Francisco: circa 1895.

Two sheets. The first is a general promotional for this prominent San Francisco manufacturer. The second shows the "California Peerless Desk" and describes the seven basic stiles for this combination school chair and desk.


Price: $35.00
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SUTRO, ADOLPH.
SUTRO, ADOLPH.

A printed check drawn on the Nevada Bank of San Francisco, October 4, 1897, payable to Luke Gray for $10.00; bearing Sutro's full signature. Fine condition.


Adolph Sutro (1830-1898) was a mining engineer who planned and supervised the building of the Sutro Tunnel into Mount Davidson to reach the rich Comstock Lode. He later became the Mayor of San Francisco.


Price: $75.00
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Mead, Elwood.
THE AGRICULTURAL SITUATION IN CALIFORNIA.
(Washington: U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1901?).

(52 pages). Illustrated with halftone reproductions from photographs. Large quarto (11 1/2 x 9 1/4 inches). Original printed wrappers; some wear to spine and light soiling to covers.


Reprinted from the U. S. Department of Agriculture, Office of Experiment Stations, Bulletin 100. Mead was the irrigation expert in charge of a commission to report on the water rights and irrigation needs for the State of California.


Price: $75.00
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Parsons, Mary Elizabeth.
THE WILD FLOWERS OF CALIFORNIA. THEIR NAMES, HAUNTS AND HABITS.
San Francisco: William Doxey, 1897.

410 pages. Illustrated from drawings by Margaret Warriner Buck. 8 x 5 1/4 inches. Yellow pictorial cloth; covers lightly soiled. "Third Thousand."


Price: $45.00
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YOSEMITE VALLEY.
YOSEMITE VALLEY.
San Francisco: Southern Pacific, (1908).

24 pages. Illustrated from photographs and with a double-page map or the valley. 9 x 8 inches; folded once. A fine bright copy, with one one inch tear on one page.


Price: $50.00
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