Title: Over the Range to The Golden Gate. A ...
Publisher: R. R. Donnelley & Sons, Chicago
Publication Date: 1889
Edition: First edition.
Octavo. red cloth pictorially stamped in black, lettered in gilt. Profusely illustrated (including the three maps mentioned in the Foreword, but no folding map as mentioned by Flake). The book describes the area between the Missouri and the Pacific Ocean, detailing many of the cities along the way, and is wonderfully illustrated with many full page illustrations as well as numerous in text drawings and engravings, including thre emaps. [Flake 9989]. Covers slightly dust soiled, lower corners very slightly bumped, name in ink and old stamp (both faded) on front free endpaper, else fine. Bookseller Inventory # 1226
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