Portland, OR. The Pacific Monthly Co., 05- 1907.
Volume 17. Number 5. Magazine 10 1/4 x 6 3/4 inches, 14 unnumbered pages of advertising at front and 80 at rear. Cover (tear at free edge running across the page) features an image of Pizarro on the Pacific Coast. Articles of interest include "Westward to the Far East" focusing on a history of commerce with Asia from west coast ports in Canada and the U.S. (Photo Illustrated). Another illustrated article centers on the growth of Los Angeles in the 19th century. "The Story of the Oregon Railroad" is yet another extensively illustrated article. Homesteading in Nevada (and extensive irrigation) is the focus of yet another article, while "The Hindu Invasion" is centered on migrants from India and their impact on British Columbia and the western United States. "The Inland Empire" provides coverage of ever-growing Spokane. Advertising includes Knox automobiles and numerous West Coast destinations seeking to increase their populations: Spokane, Seattle, Tacoma, Calgary, Oregon, Long Beach CA. and numerous others. Section torn from last page, several pages at rear are creased at top right corner; covers detached, front cover torn in two, with early adhesive mend on verso; spine abraded; contents overall in good clean condition. Item #55797