San Francisco: Grabhorn Press, 1932. Hardcover. 47pp. Small slim quarto [25.5 cm] 1/4 pale green cloth with marbled paper over boards, and a green paper title labels stamped in gilt on the spine and front cover. Color frontispiece illustration of Yerba Buena, from a lithograph by John J. Vioget. Top edge trimmed, other edges deckled. Very good. The free endsheets are heavily darkened. With the publisher's original bill to the subscriber in a Grabhorn Press envelope tucked in. Item #40010
Number 4, Rare American Series. From the Introduction- "Aside from the historical importance which Henry R. Wagner in his 'Plains and the Rockies' assigns to it, the story of the great cattle drive from California to Oregon in 1837 presents a picture of early western life, of hardships and obstacles overcome, told in forceful yet simple language, which gave it a lasting place in the literature of the American conquest of this continent."