Los Angeles: Southern California Academy of Sciences, 1928.
First Edition. Hardcover. Very good. 212 pp, with illustrations from photographs, folding map. Corners lightly bumped, else a fine copy in the original dust jacket, which has one small tear to the rear panel. Publisher's prospectus or advertising circular for the book laid in. According to the jacket, "this book completely refutes the predictions of Professor Bailey Willis that Los Angeles is about to be destroyed by earthquakes. It proves that this area is not only free from the probability of severe seismic disturbances, but as the least to fear from "Acts of God" of any city under the American flag." Hmm.