Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1930.
First Edition. Hardcover. Good+. Complete set of five volumes, approximately 2400 pages in total, with 14 maps (some folding), 106 plates, and 47 facsimiles. Spine lettering a bit rubbed on some volumes, staining to top edges of text block (varying degrees, but exists on all five vols), extending to a small amount of top margin in three of the five volumes. Otherwise very clean and sound. "Monumental work containing translations of the original manuscript diaries of Anza, Diaz, Garces, Font, and Palou relating to the 1773 and 1774 expeditions and the founding of both Monterey and San Francisco" (Howes B583). "A work of extensive research and of most important historical value" (Cowan, p. 60). Shipping charges will be more than standard for priority or international orders.