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LIMITED EDITION of 500 copies. Series: Book Club of California Publication, No. 179. 8vo. 9 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches. (xiv), (211) pp. Frontispiece portrait, 8 photographic reproductions throughout, appendices, bibliography; text clean, unmarked. Brown cloth, medallion stamped in black on front cover, printed paper spine label, plain paper dust jacket; binding square and tight, dust jacket toned. Includes the original prospectus and post card with invitation to publication party. A Fine copy in Very Good jacket. "Romualdo Pacheco has been called the most successful Spanish-speaking native son of California. He was the state of California's first and last Hispanic governor, the first Hispanic elected to the United States Congress, and the first to be named a diplomat. This biographical study incorporates new information from unpublished collections and newspapers." Harlan. REFERENCE: Harlan, The Two Hundredth Book, No. 179.
Title: Romualdo Pacheco: A Californio in Two Eras.
Edition: Limited Edition
Publisher: San Francisco:, The Book Club of California,: 1985
Book Condition: Used: Like New
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Seller ID: GY815-226
Keywords: Romualdo Pacheco: A Californio in Two Eras, Romualdo Pacheco, Ronald Genini, Richard Hitchman, Book Club of California, California History, United States History, Biography