Portrait of a Boom Town: San Diego in the 1880's.

By: Larry Booth, Roger Olmsted, and Richard F. Pourade.

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Offprint from: The California Historical Quarterly, December 1971. Pamphlet. 10 x 6 3/4 inches. [32] pp. Tells the story, in text and black-and-white photographic illustrations, of the effects of the land boom of the 1880s on the little burg of San Diego; text clean, unmarked. 16 bifolds within glossy card stock pictorial wraps; binding square and tight, very light soiling to the covers. Very Good. Retells the story of the boom and bust in San Diego led by Alonzo E. Horton, but which went beyond the control of any one individual.

Title: Portrait of a Boom Town: San Diego in the 1880's.

Author Name: Larry Booth, Roger Olmsted, and Richard F. Pourade.

Categories: Other,

Publisher: San Diego:, The California Historical Quarterly,: 1971

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Used: Very Good

Type: Paperback

Seller ID: YE102511-28

Keywords: Portrait of a Boom Town, San Diego in the 1880's, Larry Booth, Roger Olmsted, Richard F. Pourade, California Local History, Nineteenth Century, California Historical Quarterly