Almarin B. Paul.
Title A letter from Gold Hill, Nevada, April 23, 1865: Presented to F. Ray Risdon by Glen Dawson, February 12, 1950
Book Condition Used: Like New
Edition First Edition
Publisher Los Angeles: W.M. Cheney at the Auk Press, 1950
Seller ID FGO713-22d
6 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches.  pp. Title page printed in gold and black within a blue typographic border, one blue printed initial, colophon printed in black and blue inks; text clean, unmarked. Printed wrappers, titled in blue within a gold typographic border, tied with string; binding square and tight, string a bit frayed. Fine. From the colophon: "Reprinted from a Newspaper Clipping from Almarin Paul's Scrapbook in the Huntington Library, headed: Things at Washow (from an occasional correspondent)." The text contains Paul's account of the reaction to Lincoln's assassination by the public of Gold Hill, NV. Almarin Paul was a California pioneer gold miner, banker, business man, miner and inventor. Printed by W. M. Cheney at the Auk Press, Los Angeles.
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