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    Lot of Five Booklets Dealing with Washington and the Pacific Northwest including: Climates of the Northwest; Being Condensed Notes of a Lecture Delivered by Hon. S. Garfielde, Delegate in Congress from Washington Territory. Philadelphia: Ringwalt & Brown, 1872. 8vo, 20 pages. Printed wraps featuring a period map of the United States and southern Canada. Garfielde gave the lecture to highlight the wonders of the territory over that of the other states. Light, uneven toning with chipping along the fore edge. [and:] Seattle and King County. Statement of Facts Showing the Resources, Business Conditions and Progress of the Chief City and Largest County in the State of Washington. William A. Steel: 1905. 12mo, 47 pages. Illustrated with photographs throughout. Printed wraps. Contains statistical reports on industry in the city as well as descriptions of the local scenery and other items of interest. Wraps have detached from the text block. Else fine. [and:] Transactions of the Washington Pioneer Association for the Years 1905 to 1910. With Sketch of the Organization in 1883, Reorganization in 1885, and Bylaws by Now in Force. [Washington]: The Association, [1910]. 8vo, 65 pages. Illustrated with three plates. Green, printed wraps. Lightly toned throughout. Moderate toning to covers with minor water damage to front. [and:] Washington Historical Magazine. A Record of State History. With Illustrations. Vol. 1, No.1. Tacoma: The State Historical Society, 1893. 8vo, 44 pages. Illustrated with one plate. Appendices. Period ads in the rear. Blue, printed wraps. Contains the minutes of the first annual meeting of the Washington Historical Society. Toned wraps have detached. Pages are also lightly toned. [and:] Seattle. Seattle: Chas. H. Kittinger, n. y. [circa 1889]. 8vo (oblong), 48 unpaginated pages. Illustrated with tinted engravings and descriptions of each on the preceding pages. Cloth over boards with gilt stamped title. Light shelfwear.

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