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    "America Septentrio Nalis."
    Creation Date: 1652
    Catalog ID: 1975.14.12
    Call Number: MAPB/NA/1652
    Early map of North America, printed in Amsterdam by Jan Jansson, 1652 (possibly 1650). The area depicted includes the northern part of South America, Central America, the Caribbean, and North America (to the Arctic Circle). California is shown as an island. The area north of California is unknown. Known geographic features (mountains, rivers, lakes, towns) are indicated. The greatest detail is present in Central/South America and the Caribbean. Small illustrations of animals and ships are scattered over the map. Larger pictoral images of Native Peoples and mermaids frame the title and publication statements. Printed descriptive text is located on the back of the map. From the Edward Allen Map Collection.
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    Pinedale Logger, Vol.1,no.8
    Creation Date: Jul. 10, 1942
    Catalog ID: 1994.14.1.8
    Eight page publication containing articles about departures from the Pinedale Assembly Center, upcoming activities, results of sporting events, etc.
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    Journal of a trip to California--1901: Judge not, a short story
    Creation Date: 1901, 2007
    Catalog ID: 2007.191.1
    Pamphlet by nancy Matilda Bogart and compiled by William Kombol. Titled, "Journal of a trip to California -- 1901: Judge not, a short stay. 71 p.; 21.5 cm
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    West coast USA: a guide to California, Oregon & Washington
    Creation Date: 1981
    Catalog ID: 1999.1.340
    Call Number: 979.7/V28w/1981
    229 p.; ill.; 22 cm.; Includes index
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    The gold rush trail and the road to Oregon
    Creation Date: [1963]
    Catalog ID: 2004.106.1.18
    Call Number: 979.5121/W388g/1963
    224 p.; ill., ports, maps, facsims.; 24 cm.; Bibliography: p. [219]-221
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    The golden west
    Creation Date: 1909
    Catalog ID: 2010.87.1
    Call Number: EPH/979/N811g/1909
    27-page booklet, issued by North British & Mercantile Insurance Co., consists of early histories of Western states, primarily California. Washington discussed pp. 24-27. Stamped "...W.W. Henry, Agt., Berkeley, Cal." Orange cover has illustration of a desert plant.
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    [campaign pin for person named Gubser]
    Creation Date: 1967-1972
    Catalog ID: 1994.1.1307
    Round, pin back, campaign button for presidential campaign of Richard Nixon and Spiro Agnew and the legislative campaign of [first name unknown] Gubser. On white background, in center is drawing of U.S. flag with the pictures of Nixon, Agnew, and Gubser on it and with black lettering above and below.
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    A Pacific Coast Vacation
    Creation Date: 1901
    Catalog ID: 2011.43.13
    Call Number: 979/M832p/1901
    255p. [67] leaves of plates, illustrated book (20.5x14 cm.) by Mrs. James Edwin Morris, illustrated by photographs taken en route by James Edwin Morris. Book describes a pleasure trip including Alaska, Washington (pp. 137-159), Oregon, California, the Walla Walla Valley and Whitmans (pp. 224-230), and Yellowstone Park. Published in New York City in 1901.
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    Catalog ID: 2004.162.280
    Creation Date: 1962
    Catalog ID: 2004.162.280
    Rectangular, green, tab-back button supporting the 1962 political campaign of Richard M. Nixon for governor of California. Green lettering on yellow map of California. Maker information is printed on tab.
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    Summer tours
    Creation Date: 1937
    Catalog ID: 2013.166.1
    Call Number: EPH/979.7/C432su/1937
    57 page illustrated (some color) booklet (25x17.5) describing scenic tours of the Western U.S., including Yellowstone, Zion, Bryce, Grand Canyon, California, Pacific Northwest (and Mt. Rainier pp. 45-48), and Colorado. Published in 1937 by the Chicago and North Western Ry. and Union Pacific. Includes map. Ephemera.