Lot 67 of 703:
Rare pictorial souvenir of Long Beach California 1900  

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Souvenir of Long Beach


Long Beach, California

Published for Long Beach Board of trade by A. Stert



[39] pp. Profusely t from photographs; folding bird's-eye view & map. 12.5x20 cm (5x7¾"), pictorial wrappers with raised lettering in gilt. First Edition. 

Splendid promotional brochure for Long Beach, primarily consisting of photographs but with some text extolling its excellent climate, points of interest, hotels and boarding houses, and how to get there. The bird's-eye view shows the city and its beachfront, with a map on the back showing Southern Pacific rail lines in Southern California. OCLC/WorldCat lists only five copies, at the California State Library, Long Beach Public Library, the Huntington Library, the University of California Berkeley, and the University of California Davis.

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