Eureka, California: Lambert & McKeehan, Printers, 1915. First Edition. Softcover. 32pp; 12 full-page and 8 half-page b&w views from photographs, four views in color on rectos and versos of both covers. Topics in the text include: location, streams, harbors, lands, soil, climate, healthfulness, population, transportation, commerce, lumbering, farming, horticulture, dairying, stock raising, fish, sporting, mining, manufacturers, prices of land, etc. Bound in color-pictorial wrappers. 7.75" x 5.25" Very Good. Item #040613
"Humboldt Has: Great extent; good lands at fair prices; its own lumber, fuel, food, wool, and leather; equable temperature, abundant rainfall, and consequent healthfulness; diversity of products, great natural resources, balance of trade always in its favor. It Has Not: Chinese or Japanese; Spanish or railroad grants; irrigation; serious pests of vegetables or fruit; summer thunder storms, cold winters, severe frosts, cyclones, or blizzards; crop failures, from any cause. It Needs: More capital and more manufactures. Capable, energetic settlers, who mean business."