New York: Henry Bill, 1853. A set of rare, contemporary views of California during the Gold Rush, which though not from one of the many official reports of the period, do provide images as accurate and informative as any of the government publications. These charming lithographs were issued in John...
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New York: Henry Bill, 1852. Tinted lithograph. 5.5 x 9 inches. Somewhat time stained; from: LETTS, John M. A Pictorial View of California; Including a Description of the Panama and Nicaragua Routes, with Information and Advice Interesting to All, Particularly Those Who Intend to Visit the Golden Region. By a Returned Californian.