Lot 30 of 457:
1st annual report of Audubon Society of California 1907  

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First Annual Report of the Audubon Society of California for the Protection of the Wild Birds, the Wild Game and Forests


Glendora, Cal.




36 pp. With 4 illustrations from photographs, including portrait of David Starr Jordan, Society president and the first president of Stanford University. 22x14.8 cm (8¾x5¾"), original printed wrappers.

Besides David Starr Jordan, other officers and board members of the fledging society included Charles Frederick Holder; Elizabeth Grinnell; Frederick W. D'Evelyn; W. Scott Way; Arthur Letts; and other movers and shakers in both northern and southern California. OCLC lists five institutions with runs of the Annual Report that would likely include this premier issue.

Lot Amendments

Slight cover soiling, the whole with a slight vertical crease; near fine.

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