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Yosemite about to become a National Park 1904  

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Yosemite Valley: History, description and statement of conditions relative to the proposed recession to the national government


[San Francisco?]

California State Board of Trade



33 pp. Folding color map. (8vo) 22.3x15.2 cm (8¾x6"), original printed wrappers. First Edition.

Compilation of historical, statistical, and fiscal details on Yosemite as it was about to become a national park. The map is "Map of Yosemite Forest Reserve" showing the park proper, plus a fair amount to the south and a little to the north and east. OCLC/WorldCat lists only four copies, at the California Historical Society, California State Library, Society of California Pioneers, and the University of California Berkeley.

Lot Amendments

Some adhesion damage along spine where removed from a library binder, light stains to lower front wrapper; a few library marks covered over or partially removed within, very good.

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