June 1886. Folio newspaper. Single issue. 52 cm. 24 pp., illustrated wrappers, stitched. Text in six columns, with in text illustrations and advertisements throughout. Some overall toning to wrappers, some chipping and short tears along spine edge, but a very good copy. Front wrapper illustration by San Francisco based lithographers Britton & Rey of a "Bird's Eye View of the Famous Santa Clara Valley Looking Southerly from San Francisco," along with a small inset of a C.H. Harmon illustration of a uniformed soldier in camp. The rear wrapper shows "Vignette Views of Some of the Principal Summer and Winter Resorts of California Situated on the Line of the Northern Division - Southern Pacific Company." A promotional issue extolling the virtues and resources of the Santa Clara Valley, encouraging travelers to San Francisco who are attending the National Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic in August to make the 50 mile trip to the valley to see for themselves. Item #63950
OCLC lists two copies: Yale, Univ. of California Berkeley.