The Pacific Monthly. February, 1907. OREGON / MT. BAKER / FUR TRADE, William Bittle Wells.
The Pacific Monthly. February, 1907.

The Pacific Monthly. February, 1907.

Portland, OR. The Pacific Monthly Co., 02- 1907.
Volume 17. Number 2. Magazine 10 1/4 x 6 3/4 inches, 14 unnumbered pages of Advertising at front and 74 at rear. Cover features an image of Sir Francis Drake Landing on the Shores of the Pacific. Contents of the February issue include "Climbing Mount Baker" (Photo illustrated); "A Neglected Coast" (Gray's Harbor to Cape Flattery, Washington); "South American Revolutions"; "The Last Indian Campaign in the Southwest"; "Edmonton, The World's Greatest Fur Mart"; "A Prosperous Republic" Costa Rica: Photo Illustrated; "The New Electric Railroad that will Join New York and Chicago." Full-page ad for Realty Sales in San Diego; California Farmland Company; Casa Grande Valley Arizona; Eugene, Oregon (Fortunes in Timber); Brentwood Park, California (vicinity of Santa Monica) and much more. An uncommon publication covering a variety of areas of interest. Wear and spotting to covers which are loose and splitting, last page of advertising loose with small bit of paper adhering to reverse side and to inside back cover, interior in overall good clean condition. The back cover is a color illustrated advertisement of "Washington Street, Portland , Oregon, paved with wooden blocks preserved with Avenarius Carbolineum." Item #55795

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