San Francisco: Powell Publishing, 1929.
Hardcover. Very Good. 465 pp + illustrations, with facsimile autographs of California pioneers, frontispiece, illustrated endpapers, bibliography, index. Part of the series "California," edited by John Russell McCarthy. Light wear to boards, light sunning to spine, internals clean and sound. No dust jacket. "I have traveled the length and breadth of the State of California I have found few dull moments. As I analyze the reason, I am brought to the thought that much of my pleasure has come because I have loved and studied living things from my car window, from auto seat, and from closer inspection on foot...May these printed words lead many to know first hand, to study and to appreciate the state's natural resources, and may my words help to fill the mental galleries of others with many a worthwhile picture of enjoyable experiences in the open, and may they be in California, my native state (Preface).