Lot 349 of 455:
Collection of Sierra Club bulletins, 1907-1958  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyer's Premium):$120
Estimate:
$200 - $300

Title:
Collection of Sierra Club bulletins, 1907-1958
Author:
Place:
San Francisco
Publisher:
The Sierra Club
Date:
1907-1959
Description:

78 volumes. (49 vols. are perfect bound, 29 are saddle-stitched pamphlets.) Illustrated from photographs, charts, etc. (8vo), wrappers. First Editions.

The Sierra Club Bulletin was first published in January, 1893, with an initial emphasis on firsthand reports about the Sierra Nevada, as well as reports about members' outings to the mountains. Until 1960, it was entirely edited by volunteers. It has evolved over the years into the Sierra magazine of today. 

Perfect bound volumes include:

  • Vol. V, nos. 2 and 3. 1907.
  • Vol. VI, nos. 4 and 5. 1908
  • Vol. VII, nos. 1-4. 1909, 1910.
  • Vol. VIII nos. 1-4. 1910, 1911.
  • Vol. IX, nos. 1, 2 and 4. 1913, 1915.
  • Vol. X, nos. 1-4. 1916-1919.
  • Vol. XI. no. 2. 1921.
  • Vol. XII, nos. 1-4. 1924-1927.
  • Vol. XIII, no. 1. 1928.
  • Vol. XIV, no 1. 1929.
  • Vol. XV, no. 1. 1930.
  • Vol. XVI, no. 1. 1931.
  • Vol. XVII, no. 1. 1932.
  • Vol. XVIII, no. 1. 1933
  • Vol. XIX, no. 3. 1934.
  • Vol. XX, no. 1. 1935.
  • Vol. XXI, no. 1. 1936. (2 copies).
  • Vol. XXII, no. 1. 1937.
  • Vol. XXIII. no. 2. 1938.
  • Vol. XXIV, no. 3. 1939. 
  • Vol. XXVI, no. 1. 1941.
  • Vol. XXVII, no. 4, 1942.
  • Vol. XXVIII, no. 3, 1943.
  • Vol. 37, no. 10. 1952. (2 copies)
  • Vol. 38, no. 8. 1953.
  • Vol. 39, no. 6. 1954.
  • Vol. 40, no. 8. 1955. (2 copies)
  • Vol. 41, no. 10. 1956.
  • Vol. 43, no. 9. 1958.
  • Vol. 44, no. 7. 1959.

Also included are 29 saddle-stitched pamphlet bulletins from 1932-1958

Lot Amendments
Condition:
Varying degrees of general wear; a few with partially detached wrappers, some loss to spine strips, etc.; all volumes good or better; most very good.
 
Item number:
297826b
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