Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2003. First Edition. Hardcover. Oblong quarto, grey cloth, xix, 362pp, 285 illus., 17 period-specific maps, apps., equipment rosters, folding map rear board. Item #900239
A lavishly illustrated history of the Oregon-American Lumber Company, one of the most important lumber firms in the Pacific Northwest between 1922 and 1957. The authors depict the lumbering industry as pivotal to America's settlement and development, reaching its zenith in the period covered by this book. Rubbing with associated whitening to small patch of cloth rear board near spine, else fine in very good rubbed dustwrapper and protective mylar.