Title: The Silent Monitor
Publisher: (Sunset Publishing House), San Francisco
Publication Date: 1912
Book Condition: Very Good
Signed: Signed By Author
Edition: First Edition
A poem commissioned by the Klamath Falls, Oregon, Chamber of Commerce, which described the scenery from Mt. Shasta north. This is its first separate publication. One imagines this was some sort of effort to curry favor with Wendling, a successful lumberman. Wendling began working in the Fresno area and by the time this book was published, had operations in Wendling (Mendocino County; now Navarro), Weed, and other Northern California lumber towns. This is one of 500 copies. First edition (first printing). Covers a bit grubby from handling, else near fine in a very good slipcase (uncommon thus). This copy is inscribed in purple ink to Charles Ruggles, a lumberman from Manistee, Michigan. Bookseller Inventory # 93068
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