Author: William M. Northrup and Newton W. Thompson - Editors. Ethel W. Bishop, Associate Editor and Compiler
Publisher: A.H. Cawston
Description: Hardcover. 219 numbered pages. Printer's note from the last page states "Due to the fact that the pictures and portrait pages for this work were printed on distinctive paper, and inserted in the book after printing of text, they were not numbered. Therefore, the book actually contains fifty-six more pages than the last numbered page indicates."
Condition: Covers show some shelf wear. Spine caps and corners are rubbed. It appears the binding has been repaired at one point but may still be a little fragile. Notation in ink on the inside front cover.
Dust Jacket: None
Contents: This book is a two part history of Alhambra, California. The first part (see photograph of the Table of Contents) concerns itself with the narrative history of Alhambra from its Rancho days up to the early part of the 20th century when the book was published.
The second part is a series of biographical sketches of Alhambra's leading citizens. Illustrated with photographs.