Sonora, CA: J.A. Van Harlingen & Co., Printers and Publishers, 1909.
First Edition. Softcover. Very good. Issued by the Union Democrat, under the auspices and direction of the Supervisors of Tuolumne County. 8.5 x 11.25 in., oblong, pictorial wrappers, 112 pp, with approximately 100 illustrations from photographs, 3 maps (one folding). Some chipping and mild staining to the front wrap and spine; internally clean and tight. Promotes Tuolumne County as the "garden spot of California, most blessed of the blest by God and nature...rich in all that goes to make up health, wealth, and happiness." The text is quite detailed and includes much on the Tuolumne Water Power Company, agriculture, gold mining (with brief descriptions of more than 60 individual mines), marble and limestone quarries, and lumber companies, as well as description of each of the principal towns and many of the businesses in Sonora. Cowan p. 646; Rocq 15413.