Trenton, N.J. MacCrellish & Quigley, 1894. First Edition. Original Cloth. 259pp; 24 illustrations, some full-page, some vignettes. The frontispiece is from a photograph of the 11 male and female travelers at Muir Glacier. Red cloth, gilt lettering, patterned endpapers. 7.5" x 5.25" Very Good. Item #037648
"Edward S. Parkinson was a New Jersey newspaperman who traveled to California and Alaska in 1892. Wonderland, or Twelve weeks in and out of the United States (1894) is his account of that three-month adventure: a rail trip from New Jersey to California with side trips to Oregon, Washington, and Alaska. Highlights include visits to the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone and Yosemite, Portland and Shoshone; with a chapter on California resort hotels." (WorldCat) [Tourville, Alaskan Bibliography, 3494. Flake, Mormon Bibliography, 6100b].