Topsfield, MA: The Wayside Press, 1926. Hard Cover. Very good in very good- red dustjacket. Wear to dust jacket includes rubbing and fading as well as chipping to the spine ends a closed tear along the top half of the front hinge. The interior is clean and bright with wondeful illustrations throughout. New England. NEWENG01/123199. Very Good in Very Good- DJ.
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San Francisco: The Grabhorn Press, 1934. Hardcover. One of 550 copies. These historic documents were assembled for this book with an introduction by Douglas S. Watson. The "Plan" and "Junta" have been translated from the Spanish documents by Douglas S. Watson and Thomas Workman Temple II, and the "Diario" of Miguel Costansó follows the translation of Frederick J. Teggert. Includes a facsimile of the original map provided by Henry R. Wagner. Printed in Franciscan type designed by Frederic Goudy for the Press. With two woodcut portraits by Zena Kavin. Bound in original orange and brown patterned paper boards with brown linen spine with orange title label. Spine label is torn as is the top right edge of the spine. Bumped corners and small black line on rear cover. Interior pages are clean with untrimmed edges. Bookplate of Niels P. Thomsen on front pastedown. Very good condition. Measures 8 x 11 inches, 63 pages. PRI/040221. Very Good.