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Sierra Club Bulletin -Volume XII, Number 3, 1926. Very early Ansel Adams photos; fold-out elevations; drawing of 1875 Mount Shasta peak monument.

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Binding: Single Issue Magazine
Label: Sierra Club
Manufacturer: Sierra Club
Publication Date: 1926
Publisher: Sierra Club
Studio: Sierra Club
Editorial Review:
San Francisco: Sierra Club, 1926. First Edition. Vol XII, No. 3, for 1926. This was published during a several-year time period when the Sierra Club did not stipulate the month of an issue, just the volume, the number, and the year monthly designations for such an infrequent publication having always been somewhat unnecessary in any case. Original printed wrappers, 9 1/4" x 6 1/4", 120 pp. + unpaginated photographic plates and ads, including hachure maps of Yosemite Valley and Kings River Canon (canyon), and a fold-out with bi-scale elevations of the same two locales. also, a plate with an illustration of the 14' tall monument, of galvanized iron with a brass base, installed at the top Mount Shasta in 1875 (destroyed by lightning in 1905). Very Good plus, really quite close to near fine; the major flaw being the common one that circuit binding (yapp binding) was used, in which cover edges were intentionally extended out beyond page edges, but over time the extended part becomes pressed inward somewhat (see scan). Early owner's signature at top of contents page. Otherwise, just occasional very small points of cover wear. A very handsome copy. See scans. Binding sturdy, contents fine. See scan of contents page for the lineup of stellar club writers and their always engaging and adventurous topics. In addition to the graphics mentioned above, this issue is chock full of photographic plates by the club's best photographers, as well as others. Six very early Ansel Adams shots headline those, but there are also one or more shots each by Walter L. Huber, Ansel E. Adams, Lee L. Stopple, Charles E. Townsend, J.N. LeConte, Robert L. Lipman, J.E. Haynes, Marion Randall Parsons, Fred Herz, E. L. Macaulay, Bayard H. Jones, C.O. Schneider, and several uncredited shutter artists. SC2
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