Series: Los Angeles Miscellany, No. 11. LIMITED EDITION of 250 copies printed by Richard J. Hoffman. 8vo. 9 1/2 x 6 1/4 inches. 33,  pp. Half-title, black-and-white frontispiece portrait, title page printed in black and red with the title within a slate-grey typographic border, section heads and initials in red within grey borders, black-and-white illustration of White's statue in the Los Angeles Civic Center; text clean, unmarked. Quarter black cloth, decorative paper over boards, spine titled in gilt; binding square and tight, light shelf wear. Bookplate of James Strohn Copley, small pencil notation at lower corner of front free end paper and copyright page. Very Good. This book is a brief profile of Stephen Mallory White, based upon White's personal correspondence. White was a Los Angeles attorney and politician who served in various political offices, including Los Angeles County District Attorney, California State Senator, Acting Lieutenant Governor, and United States Senator. White was a leading figure in the Free Harbor Fight, a seven-year struggle to secure a deep-water harbor at San Pedro, now today's Port of Los Angeles.
Kenneth M. Johnson, Stephen Mallory White, Los Angeles Miscellany, Number 11, Richard J. Hoffman, Fine Press, Limited Edition, Dawson's Book Shop