LIMITED EDITION of 200 copies. Printed by Thomas E. Williams of The Fine Arts Press, Santa Ana, California. 8vo. 9 5/8 x 6 5/8 inches. xiv, 146, (2) pp. Illustrated; text clean, unmarked. Gilt-stamped brown cloth, added plastic dust-jacket taped in place; binding square and tight. Newspaper clipping from 1948 relating to Beale's Cut tipped-in on recto of final leaf. Page of Westways, August, 1949, relating to Beale's Cut loosely laid in. Fine. This volume about Rancho El Tejon and its successors consists of two parts: "The Rancho, the Passes, and the Indian Reserve," by Helen S. Giffen, and "Fort Tejon - A Nursery of the Army," by Arthur Woodward, Director of History, Los Angeles County Museum. Reference: Curtiss, The Fine Arts Press, No. 37.
Helen S. Giffen, Arthur Woodward, The Story of El Tejon, Dawson's Book Shop, California Local History, Limited Edition, Fine Arts Press, Thomas E. Williams, Fine Press