Los Angeles: Dawson’s Book Shop, 1965. No. 2 in the Baja California Travel Series. tan cloth with gilt lettering. Fine. Octavo. Illustrated with drawings, tables, and a fold-out map near end of book One of 600 copies “San Diego of 1870 must have felt as much interest in Lower California as it does today. Throughout those early years, a large proportion of [newspaper] stories related to its Mexican neighbor. In order to give a background to this news of Lower California, the San Diego Union in the spring of 1870 ran a series of nine articles describing the prospects of Lower California...” -from the Introduction. (Inventory #: 34026)
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