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    Lot of Six Booklets on Alaska and the Yukon including: S. Hall Young. Hall Young of Alaska. "The Mushing Parson". New York: Fleming H. Revell Company, [1927]. First edition. 8vo, 448 pages. Publisher's binding with gilt lettering to front board and spine. Bumped edges and corners. [and:] Klondike Gold Sheetmusic. Written and composed for the San Francisco Examiner by lyricist R. Phelps and composer Leo Bruck. Four integral pages, 11" x 14", provided as a supplement to the "Sunday Examiner" on February 13, 1898. [and:] Westward. 6" x 9.5", 18 pages. Designed to promote recreational activities along the coast of British Columbia and Alaska, such as hunting, fishing, and cruising, while sailing aboard the twin-screw steamer Westward. [and:] Official Catalogue of the Department of Fine Arts. Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, Seattle, Washington, 1909. 12mo, 96 pages. Published by the A-Y-P Publishing Company. Printed wraps. Fine. [and:] Alaska-Yukon Magazine. Special Gastineau Number. Seattle: The Harrison Publishing Company, 1907. 128 pages containing period advertisements and articles on the discovery of gold at Juneau, the Alaska Perseverance Mining Co., the Treadwell Mine, and others. Packed with photographs. Printed wraps are damaged (with the first 46 pages bearing the same small cut). Covers repaired with tape. [and:] A Yukon Souvenir. White Horse [Yukon Territory]: The Bennett News Company, [circa late 1890s-early 1900s]. 8vo (oblong), 64 pages. Filled with full plate photographs with captions. Printed wraps are toned and chipped. Pages are fine.

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