1909 The SANTA ROSA REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER - Large Bound Collection of 130 ORIGINAL ISSUES
Bound Collection of approximately 130 issues of THE SANTA ROSA REPUBLICAN Newspaper, July 1, 1909 through December 31, 1909. Complete Six Month Run of approximately 130 Issues, eight pages per issue. Published five days a week, Monday through Saturday, in Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, California. The issues were presumably bound together by the CALIFORNIA STATE LIBRARY. There is a Bookplate of the California State Library on the front pastedown and California State Library ink stamps on many of the issues throughout. VERY LARGE and HEAVY, 15 x 22 inches, 20 pounds packed for shipping. Condition, the front cover has water staining and the rear cover has some water staining, the inner pages have light shorelining at their margins, have toned with age, have some creases here and there, a few issues that were printed in a larger size have been neatly folded to fit in the volume, and the very last leaf (pages 7 and 8 of the December 31, 1909 issue) has holes and tears, otherwise the pages are solid with just general light signs of use and wear, the printing is bright and clear, and the issues are tightly bound. A well preserved set of these historic newspapers. An interesting, day by day look at SANTA ROSA, SONOMA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, as it was in 1909, at the beginning of the 20th century. INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE NOTE: This collection of newspapers is very large and very heavy and will require substantial additional shipping costs.