ARIZONA THE WONDERLAND: The History of its Ancient Cliff and Cave Dwellings, Ruined Pueblos, Conquest by the Spaniards, Jesuit and Franciscan Missions, Trail Makers and Indians; A Survey of its Climate, Scenic Marvels, Topography, Desers, Mountains, Rivers and Valleys; A Review of its Industries; An Account of its Influence on Art, Literature and Science; and some reference to what it offers of delight to the Automobilist, Sportsman, Pleasure and Health Seeker. George Wharton James.

ARIZONA THE WONDERLAND: The History of its Ancient Cliff and Cave Dwellings, Ruined Pueblos, Conquest by the Spaniards, Jesuit and Franciscan Missions, Trail Makers and Indians; A Survey of its Climate, Scenic Marvels, Topography, Desers, Mountains, Rivers and Valleys; A Review of its Industries; An Account of its Influence on Art, Literature and Science; and some reference to what it offers of delight to the Automobilist, Sportsman, Pleasure and Health Seeker.

Boston: The Page Company, 1917. First Edition. Hardcover. A volume in the See America First Series. Sixty plates, including twelve in color, with a folding map. Tall octavo. Original green cloth binding, with a pictorial label inset on the front panel and pictorial gilt stamping. Small bit of foxing to the preliminary leaves, with some mild wear to the corners and tips. Better than very good. Very good. Item #69653

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