The Land of Sunshine: The Magazine of California and the West.

By: Charles Fletcher Lummis (1859-1928), editor.

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Volume XV, No. 4, 1901. 8vo. 9 x 6 inches. [ads, viii], (207)-312, [ads, xx] pp. Black-and-white frontispiece painting "The Evening Star" by Wm Keith, black-and-white photographic illustrations throughout; text clean, unmarked. Printed wrappers, stapled, archival mylar dust-jacket; binding square and tight, rear cover off but present. Very Good. The contents for October 1901 include: "The Ivory Crucifix" a poem by Sharlot M. Hall; "A Visit to the Hoodoos of Wyoming" by Early Vernon Wilcox illustrated with photographs; "Some Indian Paintings" by M. C. Frederick (ethnographic study near Santa Barbara, CA illustrated with photographs); "The Island of the Good Herb" by Henry S. Kirk (illustrated); "In Western Letters" by Lummis (illustrated); "Joseph Le Conte, an appreciation, with portrait" by Victor Henderson; "A California Gusher"(story) by Elizabeth Gerberding; "The Mission Indian Exiles" by Constance Goddard Du Bois; "Mormonism by its Head (a statement by the late Lorenzo Snow, President of the Mormon Church"; regular features including "The Landmarks Club"; "In the Lion'’s Den (editorial)"; "That Which is Written" - reviews; "The 20th Century West," conducted by Wm E. Smythe featuring "How to Colonize the Pacific Coast" by Smythe, "The Struggle for Water" and "The Desert Translated"; pp. 293-297 with "Pictures of People and Places"; and "Santa Rosa, 'The Flower City' - Sonoma County, Cal." illustrated with photographs.

Title: The Land of Sunshine: The Magazine of California and the West.

Author Name: Charles Fletcher Lummis (1859-1928), editor.

Illustrator: William Keith

Categories: Southern California Local History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Los Angeles and San Francisco:, The Land of Sunshine Publishing Co.,: 1901

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Collectible: Like New

Type: Paperback

Seller ID: GG32215A-031

Keywords: Charles Fletcher Lummis, The Land of Sunshine, Southern California Local History