Lot 45 of 455:
Monterey Jack - you know the cheese, now meet the man.  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$216
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David Jacks of Monterey, and Lee L. Jacks his daughter

Bestor, Arthur Eugene Jr.


Stanford University Press



Foreword by Donald Bertrand Tresidder. With 3 portrait photographs (from rare early sources), tipped-in; green Cypress Tree decorations throughout, including across the double-page. 14x10½", decorative Cypress Tree patterned green and tan cloth, brown cloth spine, paper spine label. 1 of 105 copies for private distribution by the Stanford University Press; decoration and design by Arthur Lites, composed in Linotype Granjon. First (and only) Edition.

David Jacks (1822-1909) was a powerful and controversial Californian landowner, developer, and businessman. He has also been credited with the popularization of what is today known as Monterey Jack cheese.

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