Scenic Views Along The Overland Route in Color. Path of the Pioneers

Published by The National Color Press, San Francisco, 1948
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Title: Scenic Views Along The Overland Route in ...

Publisher: The National Color Press, San Francisco

Publication Date: 1948

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Very Good


Pictorial Wrapper. This folio contains sixteen colored views of points of interest along Southern Pacific Lines. "Suitable for Framing". Includes In Part: Wawona Tunnel Tree, Yosemite National Park; Bay Bridge, S.F., Golden Gate Bridge; Tabernacle, Salt Lake City; Half Dome; Yosemite Falls; Streamliner City Of San Francisco Crossing Great Salt Lake; Reno; Emerald Bay Lake Tahoe; State Capitol, Sacramento; & ferry Building at Night, San Francisco. Size: 10-1/4 Inches. Bookseller Inventory # 000105

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