Californiana

8-1. History of the Donner Party. A Tragedy of the Sierra.
By C.F. McGlashan. 11th edition. By C.F. McGlashan. Al. Carlisle & Co., Printers. San Francisco. 1918.
8-2. Lola Montez. The Mid-Victorian Bad Girl in California.
By Oscar Lewis. Woodcuts by Mallette Dean. The Colt Press. San Francisco. 1938.
8-3. The Argonauts of 'Forty-Nine. Some Recollections of the Plains and the Diggings.
By David Rohrer Leeper. Illustrated by O. Marion Elbel. J.B. Stoll & Company, Printers. South Bend, Indiana. 1894-5.
8-4. California Chinese Heritage: A Legacy of Places.
By Thomas A. McDannold. Heritage West Books. Stockton, CA. 2000.
8-5. Narrative of Edward McGowan. Including a full account of the author's advertures and perils.
Printed by Thomas C. Russell. San Francisco. 1917.
8-6. The Mapping of California as an Island.
An Illustrated Checklist. Glen McLaughlin with Nancy H. Mayo. California Map Society. 1995.
8-7. The First Spanish Entry into San Francisco Bay, 1775.
The original narrative by Fr. Vicent Maria. Illustrations by Louis Choris. Edited by John Galvin. Published by John Howell - Books. San Francisco. 1971.
8-8. Historia de Baja California.
By Pablo L. Martinez. Libros Mexicanos. 1956.
8-9. Samfow: The San Joaquin Chinese Legacy.
By Sylvia Sun Minnick. Panorama West Publishing. Fresno, CA. 1988. Signed by the author.
8-10. The Newhall Ranch. The Story of the Newhall Land and Farming Company.
By Ruth Waldo Newhall. The Huntington Library. San Marino, CA. 1958.
8-11. Paulou's Life of Fray Junipero Serra.
Translated and annotated by Maynard J. Geiger. Academy of American Franciscan History. Washington, D.C. 1955.
8-12. A Directory of California Wine Growers and Wine Makers in 1860.
By Ernest P. Peninou and Sidney S. Greenleaf. Tamalpais Press. Berkeley. 1967.
8-13. Travelers' Guide Across the Plains Upon the Overland Route to California.
By P. L. Platt and N. Slater. Published by John Howell - Books. 1958.
8-14. Early Mexican Ranchos in the San Francisco Bay Region.
By Elizabeth Gray Potter. Prepared for the National Society of Colonial Dames of America Resident in the State of California. 1951.
8-15. The Call to California. The Epic Journey of the Portola-Serra Expedition in 1769.
Written by Richard F. Pourade. Commissioned by James S. Copley. Published by the Union-Tribune Publishing, San Diego, CA. 1968.
8-16. William Brown Ide. Bear Flagger.
By Fred Blackburn Rogers. John Howell - Books. San Francisco. Design and printing by Lawton Kennedy. 750 copies. 1957.
8-17. The Laws of the Town of San Francisco 1847.
With a fragment by Nat Schmulowitz. San Francisco. 1949.
8-18. Mark Twain at Large. His Travels Here and Abroad.
An Exhibition from the Mark Twain Papers of the Bancroft Library. University of California, Berkeley. 1998.
8-19. Resources of Solano County.(Cover).
Solano County California. Its Location, Topography, Geology, Climate, Soil, Productions. Issued by the Solano County Board of Trade. Undated (@ 1887). Enquirer Print, Oakland.
8-20. The Annals of San Francisco Containing a Summary of the History of the First Discovery.
By Frank Soule, John H. Gihon, and James Nisbet. Illustrated with 150 fine engravings. D. Appleton & Co., New York and San Francisco. 1855.
8-21. Napa Wine.
A Chapter from "The Siverado Squatter" by Robert Louis Stevenson. Introduction by M.F.K. Fisher. Published by James E. Beard at St. Helena, Ca. 1965. Decorations by Mallette Dean.
8-22. The Silverado Episode.
By Norman H. Strouse. Printed by James E. Beard. St. Helena, CA. Wood engravings by Mallette Dean. 200 copies.
8-23. 1961 Handbook
Solano County Historical Society.
8-24. An 1850 Voyage: San Francisco to Baltimore by Sea and by Land.
Jacob D. B. Stillman. Lewis Obsorne: Palo Alto. 1967.
8-25. Napa Wine.
A Chapter from "The Siverado Squatter" by Robert Louis Stevenson. Introduction by M.F.K. Fisher. Published by James E. Beard at St. Helena, Ca. 1965. Decorations by Mallette Dean.
8-26. The Story of the Exposition. Vol. 1. Being the Official History of the International Celebration Held at San Francisco in 1915 to Commemorate the Discovery of the Pacific Ocean and the Construction of the Panama Canal.
By Frank Morton Todd. Vol. 1. G.P. Putnam's Sons, The Knickerbocker Press. 1921. New York and London.
8-27. The Story of the Exposition. Vol. 2. Being the Official History of the International Celebration Held at San Francisco in 1915 to Commemorate the Discovery of the Pacific Ocean and the Construction of the Panama Canal.
By Frank Morton Todd. Vol. 2. G.P. Putnam's Sons, The Knickerbocker Press. 1921. New York and London.
8-28. The Story of the Exposition. Vol. 3. Being the Official History of the International Celebration Held at San Francisco in 1915 to Commemorate the Discovery of the Pacific Ocean and the Construction of the Panama Canal.
By Frank Morton Todd. Vol. 3. G.P. Putnam's Sons, The Knickerbocker Press. 1921. New York and London.
8-29. The Story of the Exposition. Vol. 4. Being the Official History of the International Celebration Held at San Francisco in 1915 to Commemorate the Discovery of the Pacific Ocean and the Construction of the Panama Canal.
By Frank Morton Todd. Vol. 4. G.P. Putnam's Sons, The Knickerbocker Press. 1921. New York and London.
8-30. The Story of the Exposition. Vol. 5. Being the Official History of the International Celebration Held at San Francisco in 1915 to Commemorate the Discovery of the Pacific Ocean and the Construction of the Panama Canal.
By Frank Morton Todd. Vol. 5. G.P. Putnam's Sons, The Knickerbocker Press. 1921. New York and London.
8-31. Mark Twain's Letters. Vol. 1. 1853- 1866.
Editors - Edgar Marquess Branch, Michael B. Frank, Kenneth M. Sanderson. University of California Press. Berkeley. 1988.
8-32. Mark Twain's Letters. Vol. 2. 1867-1868.
Editors - Harriet Elinor Smith and Richard Bucci. University of California Press. Berkeley. 1990.
8-33. Mark Twain's Letters. Vol. 3. 1869.
Editors - Victor Fischer and Michael B. Frank. University of California Press. Berkeley. 1992.
8-34. Mark Twain's Letters. Vol. 4. 1870-1871.
Editors - Victor Fischer and Michael B. Frank. University of California Press. Berkeley. 1995.
8-35. Mark Twain's Letters. Vol. 5. 1872-1873.
Editors - Lin Salamo and Harriet Elinor Smith. University of California Press. Berkeley. 1997.
8-36. The Works of Mark Twain. Vol. 2. Roughing It.
Editors - Harriet Elinor Smith and Edgar Marquess Branch. University of California Press. Berkeley. 1993.
8-37. The California Diary of General E. D. Townsend.
Edited by Malcolm Edwards. The Ward Ritchie Press. 1970.
8-38. The Finest Girl in the City.
Caroline McLean Chipman Dwinelle. The True Story of a Gold Rush Romance in Early San Francisco. Lucille Swasey Vinsant. Fine Girl Publications. Fairfield, CA. 2001.
8-39. Cartography of the Northwest Coast of America.
2 Volumes to the Year 1800 Illustrated. Henry R. Wagner. Vol. 1. University of California Press. Berkeley. 1937.
8-40. Cartography of the Northwest Coast of America.
2 Volumes to the Year 1800 Illustrated. Henry R. Wagner. Vol. 2. University of California Press. Berkeley. 1937.
8-41. The Log of an Ancient Mariner. Being the Life and Adventure of Captain Edgar Wakeman.
Edited by his daughter. San Francisco: A.L. Bancroft & Co., Printers. 1878.
8-42. Letters From San Jose California. March 18, 1848.
By Charles White. Glen Dawson. Los Angeles. 1955.
8-43. The United States Versus Mexico: The Final Settlement of the Pious.
By Francis J. Weber. The Historical Society of Southern California. Los Angeles. 1969.
8-44. Mapping the American West. 1540-1857.
A Preliminary Study by Carl I. Wheat. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society for April 1954.
8-45. Luther Burbank. His Methods and Discoveries and their Practical Application. Vol. 1.
Luther Burbank Press. 1914.
8-46. Luther Burbank. His Methods and Discoveries and their Practical Application. Vol. 2
Luther Burbank Press. 1914.
8-47. Luther Burbank. His Methods and Discoveries and their Practical Application. Vol. 3.
Luther Burbank Press. 1914.
8-48. Luther Burbank. His Methods and Discoveries and their Practical Application. Vol. 4.
Luther Burbank Press. 1914.
8-49. Luther Burbank. His Methods and Discoveries and their Practical Application. Vol. 5
Luther Burbank Press. 1914.
8-50. Luther Burbank. His Methods and Discoveries and their Practical Application. Vol. 6.
Luther Burbank Press. 1914.
8-51. Luther Burbank. His Methods and Discoveries and their Practical Application. Vol. 7.
Luther Burbank Press. 1914.
8-52. Luther Burbank. His Methods and Discoveries and their Practical Application. Vol. 8.
Luther Burbank Press. 1914.
8-53. Luther Burbank. His Methods and Discoveries and their Practical Application. Vol. 9.
Luther Burbank Press. 1914.
8-54. Luther Burbank. His Methods and Discoveries and their Practical Application. Vol.10.
Luther Burbank Press. 1914.
8-55. Luther Burbank. His Methods and Discoveries and their Practical Application. Vol. 1.
Luther Burbank Press. 1914.
8-56. Luther Burbank. His Methods and Discoveries and their Practical Application. Vol. 12.
Luther Burbank Press. 1914.
8-57. A Bookman's View of Los Angeles.
Published for members of the Grolier Club by members of the Zamorano Club. Los Angeles. 1961.
9-1. Lawrence Kearny Sailor Diplomat.
By Carroll Storrs Alden. Princeton University Press. 1936.
9-2. El Alisal. Where History Lingers.
By Jane Apostol. Historical Society of Southern California. Los Angeles. 1994.
9-3. Architecture of the California Missions.
Text by Kurt Baer. Photographs by Hugo Rudinger. University of California Press. 1958.
9-4. The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft. Vol. 1. The Native Races.
Vol. 1. Wild Tribes. San Francisco: A.L. Bancroft & Co., Publishers. 1883.
9-5. The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft. Vol. 2. The Native Races.
Vol. 2. Civilized Nations. San Francisco: A.L. Bancroft & Co., Publishers. 1882.
9-6. The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft. Vol. 3. The Native Races.
Vol. 3. Myths & Languages. San Francisco: A.L. Bancroft & Co., Publishers. 1882.
9-7. The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft. Vol. 4. The Native Races.
Vol. 4. Antiquities. San Francisco: A.L. Bancroft & Co., Publishers. 1883.
9-8. The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft. Vol. 5. The Native Races.
Vol. 5. Primitive History. San Francisco: A.L. Bancroft & Co., Publishers. 1882.
9-9. The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft. Vol. 35. California Inter Pocula 1848-1856.
San Francisco: The History Company, Publishers. 1888.
9-10. Benicia. Its Resources and Advantages for Manufacture.(view PDF)
Tribune Print. Oakland. @1872.
9-11. Daughters of History. Centennial Memoirs of the Daughters of California Pioneers.
Berkeley Hills Books. Berkeley, CA. 2000.
9-12. Sawpits in the Spanish Red Woods 1787-1849.
By Alan K. Brown. Published by the San Mateo County Historical Association. San Mateo, CA. 1966.
9-13. What I Saw in California Being the Journal of a Tour.
By Edwin Bryant. Ross & Haines, Inc. Minneapolis. 1967.
9-14. A Yankee Trader in the Gold Rush. The Letters of Franklin A. Buck.
Compiled by Katherine A. White. With Illustrations. Houghton Mifflin Company. The Riverside Press Cambridge. 1930.
9-15. City Lights Books. A Descriptive Bibliography.
By Ralph T. Cook. The Scarecrow Press, Inc. Metuchen, NJ. 1992.
9-16. Gateway to the Inland Coast. The Story of the Carquinez Strait.
Andrew Neal Cohen. 1996.
9-17. Pioneer Jews of the California Mother Lode, 1849-1880.
An Annotated Bibliography. Compiled by Sara G. Cogan. Western Jewish History Center. Judah L. Magnes Memorial Museum. Berkeley, CA. 1968.
9-18. California and Overland Diaries of Count Leonetto Cipriani From 1853 through 1871.
Translated and edited by Ernest Falbo. Published by The Champoeg Press. 1957.
9-19. One Man's Gold. The Letters & Journal of a Forty-Niner.
Enos Christman. New York: Whittlesey House. McGraw-Hill Book Co. 1930.
9-20. Six Months in the Gold Mines From a Journal of Three Years' Residence in Upper and Lower California 1847-8-9.
By E. Gould Buffum. The Ward Ritchie Press. 1959.
9-21. Malaspina in California.
By Donald C. Cutter. Published by John Howell-Books. 1960.
9-22. Seventy-Five Years in California.
By William Heath Davis. Edited by Douglas S. Watson. John Howell. San Francisco. 1929. Lakeside Press, R.R. Donnelley & Sons Co., Chicago.
9-23. Seventy-Five Years in California.
By William Heath Davis. Edited by Harold A. Small. John Howell. San Francisco. 1967.
9-24. The Birds of California.
By William Leon Dawson. Vol. 1. Format De Luxe Sunset Edition. South Moulton Company. San Diego. 1923. Signed by author.
9-25. The Birds of California.
By William Leon Dawson. Vol. 2. Format De Luxe Sunset Edition. South Moulton Company. San Diego. 1923.
9-26. The Birds of California.
By William Leon Dawson. Vol. 3. Format De Luxe Sunset Edition. South Moulton Company. San Diego. 1923.
9-27. The Birds of California.
By William Leon Dawson. Vol. 4. Format De Luxe Sunset Edition. South Moulton Company. San Diego. 1923.
9-28. Bully Waterman & the Voyage of the Clipper Challenge, New York to San Francisco, 1851.
By Richard H. Dillion. San Francisco: The Roxburghe Club. 1956. Printed by Adrian Wilson. 125 copies.
9-29. John Doble's Journal and Letters from the Mines. Mokelumne Hill, Jackson, Volcano and San Francisco 1851-1865.
Edited by Charles L. Camp. The Old West Publishing Company. Denver, CO. 1962. 1000 copies printed by Lawton Kennedy. San Francisco.
9-30. Filings from an Old Saw. Reminiscences of San Francisco and California's Conquest.
By "Filings" - Joseph T. Downey. Edited by Fred Blackburn Rogers. John Howell, Publisher, San Francisco. 1956. 750 copies designed by Lawton Kennedy and printed by the Howell-North Press, Berkeley, CA.
9-31. Art of the Gold Rush.
Janice T. Driesbach, Harvey L. Jones & Katherine Church Holland. Oakland Museum of California of California, Crocker Art Museum and University of California Press. 1998.
9-32. The Mariposa Indian War 1850-1851. Diaries of Robert Eccleston: The California Gold Rush, Yosemite, and the High Sierra.
Edited by C. Gregory Crampton. University of Utah Press. Salt Lake City. 1957.
9-33. The March of Portola and the Discovery of the Bay of San Francisco.(view PDF)
By Zoeth S. Eldrege. The Log of the San Carlos and Original Documents Translated and Annotated by E. J. Moler. Illustrations by Walter Francis. The California Promotion Committee. San Francisco. 1909.
9-34. The Vallejos of California.
By Madie Brown Emparan. Published by the Gleeson Library Associates. University of San Francisco. 1968.
9-35. The Enigmatical Book of Vitus.
Hall of Comparative Ovations. Yerba Buena, CA. 1934.
9-36. A Coney Island of the Mind.
Poems by Lawrence Ferlinghetti. A New Directions Book. 1958. Twentieth printing.
9-37. A Record of Travels in Arizona and California 1775-1776.
Fr. Francisco Garces. A new translation edited by John Galvin. Published by John Howell - Books. 1967
9-38. Kiro's Plan for the Development of Pimeria Alta, Arizona & Upper California. A Report to the Mexican Viceroy.
Translated and annotated by Ernest J. Burrus, S.J. Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society. 1961.
9-39. In Pursuit of the Golden Dream Reminiscences of San Francisco and the Northern and Southern Mines, 1849-1857.
By Howard C. Gardiner. Edited by Dale L. Morgan. Western Hemisphere, Inc. Stoughton, MA. 1970.
9-40. The Life and Times of Fray Junipero Serra, O.F.M. or The Man Who Never Turned Back.
Maynard J. Geiger. Vol. 1. Academy of American Franciscan History, Washington, DC. 1959.
9-41. The Life and Times of Fray Junipero Serra, O.F.M. or The Man Who Never Turned Back.
Maynard J. Geiger. Vol. 2. Academy of American Franciscan History, Washington, DC. 1959.
9-42. As I Remember.
Arnold Genthe. With 112 photographs. A John Day Book. Reynal & Hitchcock. New York. 1936.
9-43. California Imprints, 1833-1862. A Bibliography.
Edited by Robert Greenwood. The Talisman Press. Los Gatos, CA. 1961.
9-44. Libros Californianos or Five Feet of California Books.
By Phil Townsend Hanna. Zeitlin & Ver Brugge. 1958.
9-45. The Letters of a Young Miner. Covering the adventures of Jasper S. Hill during the California Goldrush, 1849-1852.
Edited by Doyce B. Nunis, Jr. San Francisco: John Howell - Books. 1964. 475 copies.
9-46. California 49. Forty-nine maps of Californisa from the sixteenth century to the present.
Editor- Warren Heckrotte. 1999. California Map Society Occasional Paper No. 6 with The Book Club of California.
9-47. Wild Oats in Eden. Sonoma County in the 19th Century.
By Harvery J. Hansen & Jeanne Thurlow Miller. Santa Rosa, CA. 1962. Designed by Lawton Kennedy.
9-48. Rush for Riches. Gold Fever and the Making of California.
J.S. Holliday. Oakland Museum of California. University of California. Berkeley. 1999.
9-49. Some Random Reminiscences of an Antiquarian Bookseller.
By Harold C. Holmes. The Holmes Book Company. Oakland. 1967.
9-50. Vallejo.
By Harry D. Hubbard. Edited by Pauline C. Santoro. Boston: Meador Publishing Co. 1961.
9-51. History of Solano County California and Napa County California.
By Marguerrite Hunt and Harry Lawrence Gunn. Vol. 1. Chicago: The S.J. Clarke Publishing Co. 1926.
9-52. History of Solano and Napa Counties California. Volume II.
Illustrated (Biographical). Chicago: The S.J. Clarke Publishing Co. 1926.
9-53. Mountaineering in the Sierra Nevada.
By Clarence King. Boston: James R. Osgood and Company. 1872.
9-54. Recollections of a Tule Sailor.
By John Leale (1850-1932) Master Mariner, San Francisco Bay. With interpolations by Marion Leale. George Fields. San Francisco. 1939.
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