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* Aitchison, Stewart. '''The Desert Islands of Mexico's Sea of Cortez'''  University of Arizona: Tucson Press, (2010). Wraps.
* Aitchison, Stewart. '''The Desert Islands of Mexico's Sea of Cortez'''  University of Arizona: Tucson Press, (2010). Wraps.
:: [original in SCIF archives]
:: [original in SCIF archives] [filed with Baja California Islands]




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: Journal of a venture aboard Capt. G. Allan Hancock's ''Velero II''.
: Journal of a venture aboard Capt. G. Allan Hancock's ''Velero II''.
: Map; San Nicolas (shipwreck photograph) and San Clemente islands; Guadalupe Island with photographs of elephant seals; Clarion Island; Clipperton Island; Socorro Island, etc.
: Map; San Nicolas (shipwreck photograph) and San Clemente islands; Guadalupe Island with photographs of elephant seals; Clarion Island; Clipperton Island; Socorro Island, etc.
:: [original in SCIF archives; ex-lib MDD,  pd. $20]
:: [original in SCIF archives]  [ex-lib M. D. Daily]  




* [[BANNING, George Hugh|Banning, George Hugh]]. '''In Mexican Waters''' London: Martin Hopkinson & Co. Ltd., 1925.
* [[BANNING, George Hugh|Banning, George Hugh]]. '''In Mexican Waters''' London: Martin Hopkinson & Co. Ltd., 1925. Foxed.
:: Islands of Southern California (San Nicolas and San Clemente Islands; Guadalupe Island; Alijos Rocks and Clarion Island; Socorro Island; Las Tres Marietas Islands; Isabel Island; Las Tres Marias Islands; Carmen and San Josef Islands
:: Islands of Southern California (San Nicolas and San Clemente Islands; Guadalupe Island; Alijos Rocks and Clarion Island; Socorro Island; Las Tres Marietas Islands; Isabel Island; Las Tres Marias Islands; Carmen and San Josef Islands
:: [original in SCIF archives]
:: [original in SCIF archives]
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* Crosby, Harry. '''The King's Highway in Baja California''' Utah: Copley Book, (1974).
* Buffum, E. Gould.  '''Six Months in the Gold Mines''' From a journal of three years' residence in Upper and Lower California 1847-8-9'''  CA: Ward Ritchie Press, (1959, 1965). Second printing.
:: [original in SCIF archives]
 
 
* Cannon, Ray.  '''The Sea of Cortez'''. Gulf of California, Baja, Mainland Coast. A Sunset Book. Menlo Park: Lane Magazine & Book Company, (1966). First edition in d.j.
:: [original in SCIF archives]  [ex-lib M. D. Daily] 
 
 
* Coyle, Jeanette and Norman C. Roberts.  '''A Field Guide to the Common and Interesting Plants of Baja California'''  La Jolla: Natural History Publishing Company, (1975). First edition. Blue cloth in pictorial d.j. 206 pages.
:: [original in SCIF archives]  [ex-lib M. D. Daily] 
 
 
* Crosby, Harry. '''The King's Highway in Baja California''' Utah: Copley Book, (1974). First edition in d.j.
:: [original in SCIF archives]
:: [original in SCIF archives]


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* Crosby, Harry. '''Antigua California''' Albuquerque: U. New Mexico Press, 1994
* Crosby, Harry. '''Antigua California''' Albuquerque: U. New Mexico Press, 1994
:: [original in SCIF archives]
:: [original in SCIF archives]
* Dunne, Peter Masten.  '''Black Robes in Lower California'''  Berkeley: University of California Press, 1968. Second printing of the 1952 first edtion.
:: [original in SCIF archives]  [ex-lib M. D. Daily] 




* Farley, Michael B. and Lauren K. '''Baja California Diver's Guide''' Port Hueneme: Marcor Publishing Co., (1984). Wraps.  
* Farley, Michael B. and Lauren K. '''Baja California Diver's Guide''' Port Hueneme: Marcor Publishing Co., (1984). Wraps.  
:: [original in SCIF archives] [filed with Baja California Islands]
* Gardner, Erle Stanley.  '''The Land of Shorter Shadows.''' Exploring Baja California.  New York: William Morrow & Co., 1948. Third printing. Cloth in pictorial d.j.  288 pages. Erle Stanley Gardner (1889-1970), Massachussetts born lawyer turned novelist and creator of the Perry Mason books.
:: [original in SCIF archives]  [ex-lib M. D. Daily] 
* Gardner, Erle Stanley.  '''Hunting the Desert Whale''' Personal adventures in Baja California.  New York: William Morrow & Co., 1960. First edition in d.j.  Blue cloth with pictorial dust jacket.  208 pages. Profusely illustrated.
:: [original in SCIF archives]  [ex-lib M. D. Daily] 
* Gardner, Erle Stanley.  '''The Hidden Heart of Baja'''  An Account of a most important and dramatic archaeological discovery — the Indian caves of Baja California.  New York: William Morrow & Co., 1962. First edition. Cloth in pictorial dust jacket.  256 pages + numerous illustrations (a few in color). An account of an important archaeological discovery of Indian cave paintings in the interior of the Baja peninsula, reached by plane, helicopter etc.
:: [original in SCIF archives]  [ex-lib M. D. Daily] 
* Gardner, Erle Stanley.  '''Mexico's Magic Square'''  Adventure just south of the border in Baja California.  New York: William Morrow & Co., 1968. First edition. Mustard cloth in pictorial dust jacket.  205 pages + many photographs. Profusely illustrated. Ex-lib. with blind stamp.
:: [original in SCIF archives]  [ex-lib M. D. Daily] 
* [Gardner, Erle Stanley].  Senate, Richard. Illustrations by John Anthony Zane Miller. '''Erle Stanley Gardner's Ventura. Birthplace of Perry Mason'''  Ventura: Charon Press, 1996. First edition in wraps; 96 pages. Signed and dated by the author and illustrator.
:: [original in SCIF archives]  [ex-lib M. D. Daily] 
* Gerhard, Peter and Howard E. Gulick.  '''Lower California Guidebook'''  Glendale: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1970. 4th edition in d.j. Blue cloth in pictorial dust jacket.  With revision notes. 244 pages.
:: [original in SCIF archives]  [ex-lib M. D. Daily] 
* Hancock, Ralph, with Ray Haller, Mike McMahoan, Frank Alvarado.  '''Baja California'''  Los Angeles: Academy Press, 1953 (1954). Pictorial boards, 180 pages. Second printing.
: Signed: Mike McMahan.
:: [original in SCIF archives]
:: [original in SCIF archives]


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* Hunter, Ben.  '''Legends of The California Bandidos''' THe Baja Feeling. Ontario, CA: Braasch and Brasch, Publishers, Inc. (1978). First Edition in dust jacket. Ex-lib. inscription to Don & Ann O'Neil.
* Hunter, Ben.  '''The Baja Feeling. Legends of The California Bandidos''' Ontario, CA: Brasch and Brasch, Publishers, Inc. (1978). First Edition in dust jacket. Ex-lib. inscription to Don & Ann O'Neil.
:: [original in SCIF archives]
:: [original in SCIF archives]




* Hancock, Ralph, with Ray Haller, Mike McMahoan, Frank Alvarado. '''Baja California''' Los Angeles: Academy Press, 1953 (1954). Pictorial boards, 180 pages. Second printing.
* Kirchner, John A. '''Baja California Railways''' San Marino: Golden West, (1988). First edition in d.j.
: Signed: Mike McMahan.
:: [original in SCIF archives]
:: [original in SCIF archives]




* Kirchner, John A. '''Baja California Railways''' San Marino: Golden West, (1988)
* Krutch, Joseph Wood. '''The Forgotten Peninsula. A Naturalist in Baja California'''   New York: William Sloan Associates, 1961. First edition. Blue cloth in pictorial dust jacket.  277 pages. Presentation copy inscribed by the author: "T o Betty Bechtel on the occasion of a delightful reunion. Joe"  Joseph Wood Krutch (1893-1970), Tennessee born professor of English, critic and essayist.
:: [original in SCIF archives]
:: [original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily] 




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* Lewis, Leland and Peter E. Ebeling.  '''Baja Sea Guide. Volume II.''' Covering the waters of Baja California from San Diego to Cabo San Lucas, to San Felipe, including all the offshore and oceanic islands. San Francisco: Miller Freeman Publications, (1971). First edition in tattered d.j.
* Lewis, Leland and Peter E. Ebeling.  '''Southern California. Sea Guide. Volume One.''' Covering the waters of Southern California from Point Arguello to Punta Banda, Mexico including the offshore islands. San Francisco: Miller Freeman Publications, (1973). Third edition in d.j. [First 1965; Second 1966].
:: [original in SCIF archives]  
:: [original in SCIF archives]  [ex-lib M. D. Daily] 
 
 
* Lewis, Leland and Peter E. Ebeling.  '''Baja Sea Guide. Volume Two.''' Covering the waters of Baja California from San Diego to Cabo San Lucas, to San Felipe, including all the offshore and oceanic islands. San Francisco: Miller Freeman Publications, (1974). First edition, second impression, February 1974 in d.j.
:: [original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily] 




* MacLean, Angus '''Legends of The California Bandidos''' Arroyo Grande: Bear Flag Books (1977).
* MacLean, Angus '''Legends of the California Bandidos''' Arroyo Grande: Bear Flag Books (1977). Wraps.
:: [original in SCIF archives]
:: [original in SCIF archives]


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* MacLean, Angus '''The Curse of the Feathered Snake''' Fresno: Pioneer, (1981).
* MacLean, Angus '''The Curse of the Feathered Snake''' Fresno: Pioneer, (1981).
:: [original in SCIF archives]
:: [original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily] 




* MacLean, Angus '''From The Beginning of Time''' Fresno: Pioneer, (1985)
* MacLean, Angus '''From The Beginning of Time''' Fresno: Pioneer, (1985). Wraps.
:: [original in SCIF archives; wraps]
:: [original in SCIF archives]




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* McDonald, Marquis with Glenn N. Oster.  '''Baja: Land of Lost Missions''' San Antonio, TX: The Naylor Co., (1968). First edition in dust jacket.
* McDonald, Marquis with Glenn N. Oster.  '''Baja: Land of Lost Missions''' San Antonio, TX: The Naylor Co., (1968). First edition in d. j.
:: [original in SCIF archives]  
:: [original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily] 




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: Inscribed "July 15, 1986 TO Don & Ann O'Neil, Nice to have met you in Baja! Mike McMahon"
: Inscribed "July 15, 1986 TO Don & Ann O'Neil, Nice to have met you in Baja! Mike McMahon"
:: [original in SCIF archives]
:: [original in SCIF archives]
* Miller, Max.  '''The Cruise of the Cow'''  Being an introduction to San Diego, Mexico's Baja California, and a voyage into the Gulf of California.  New York: E. P. Dutton & Company, Inc., 1951.  First edition.  Blue cloth in pictorial dust jacket.  256 pages.
:: [original in SCIF archives]  [ex-lib M. D. Daily] 




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* Miller, Tom and Elmar Baxter. '''The Baja Book II'''  Baja Trail Publications, (1982). Wraps.
* Miller, Tom and Elmar Baxter. '''The Baja Book II'''  Huntington Beach: Baja Trail Publications, (1982). Pictorial wraps. NASA space maps of Entire Baja Peninsula.  180 pages + 3 pages of advertisements.  
:: [original in SCIF archives]
:: [original in SCIF archives]


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* Niemann, Greg  '''Baja Legends'''  San Diego: Sunbelt Publications, (2002). Wraps.
* Niemann, Greg  '''Baja Legends'''  San Diego: Sunbelt Publications, (2002). Wraps.
:: [original in SCIF archives]
:: [original in SCIF archives]
* Nordhoff, Charles.  '''Peninsular California''' Some account of the climate, soil, productions, and present condition chiefly of the northern half of Lower California. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1888. First edition. 130 pages + ads + 12 black & white plates, 2 maps. Rare.  Ex-lib.
:: [original in SCIF archives]  [ex-lib M. D. Daily] 
* Nordhoff, Walter.  '''Journey of the Flame'''  A famous novel of the Californias by the mysterious author Antonio de Fierro Blanco — who is now revealed to be Walter Nordhoff.  Cambridge: Houghton Mifflin, (1955). Second printing of the 1933 first edition. Blue cloth in pictorial d.j.  295 pages.  With illustrations by Alfredo Ramos Martinez and a preface to the second edition by Scott O'Dell. The first edition was published in 1933 under the name of Antonio de Fierro Blanco, "but the best kept of literary secrets cannot forever withstand the scrutiny of a curious and appreciative world."
:: [original in SCIF archives]  [ex-lib M. D. Daily] 




* Pepper, Choral. '''Baja California. Vanished Missions, Lost Treasures, Strange Stories Tall and True''' Los Angeles: Ward Ritchie Press, (1973). Wraps.
* Pepper, Choral. '''Baja California. Vanished Missions, Lost Treasures, Strange Stories Tall and True''' Los Angeles: Ward Ritchie Press, (1973). Wraps.
:: [original in SCIF archives]  
:: [original in SCIF archives]  
* Putnam, Claude George.  '''Log Book. Harbors and Islands. California Coast'''  Los Angeles: Rambeau Publisher, (1941). First edition in d.j.  Philip T. Hawkes, former book owner.
:: [original in SCIF archives]  [ex-lib M. D. Daily] 
* Ricketts, Edward F. and Jack Calvin. Revised by Joel W. Hedgpeth. '''Between Pacific Tides'''  Stanford: Stanford University Press, (1967). Fourth edition.
:: [original in SCIF archives]  [ex-lib M. D. Daily] 




* Romano-Lax, Andromeda. '''Adventure Kayaking Baja''' Berkeley: Wilderness Press, (2001). Second edition. Wraps.
* Romano-Lax, Andromeda. '''Adventure Kayaking Baja''' Berkeley: Wilderness Press, (2001). Second edition. Wraps.
:: [original in SCIF archives]
:: [original in SCIF archives]
* Sanford, Paul.  '''Where the West Never Died. A Saga of Baja California's famed Meling Guest Ranch''' Texas: The Naylor Company, (1968). First edition.  Orange decorated cloth in orange dust jacket.  121 pages. The story of a 19th century Baja California cattle ranch (south of Ensenada) still in operation more than a century later.
:: [original in SCIF archives]  [ex-lib M. D. Daily] 
* Smith, Jack.  '''God and Mr. Gomez''' The hilarious account of how the author and his wife learn it takes God and Mr. Gomez to build a vacation dream house in Baja California. New York: Readers Digest Press, (1974). First edition in d.j. Los Angeles Times reporter's hilarious story of building a house in Mexico south of Ensenada on land owned by Mr. Gomez.
:: [original in SCIF archives]  [ex-lib M. D. Daily] 
* Smith, Jack.  '''God and Mr. Gomez''' With a foreword by Denise Smith. The hilarious account of how the author and his wife learn it takes God and Mr. Gomez to build a vacation dream house in Baja California. Santa Barbara: Capra Press, (1997). Jack Smith died in 1996. His widow wrote additional material for this edition.
:: [original in SCIF archives]  [ex-lib M. D. Daily] 
* Steinbeck, John. '''The Log from the Sea of Cortez''' N.Y.: Paul P. Appel, 1982. Wraps. Reprint of 1941 first edition (Second reprinting). Green boards in d.j.  Inscribed to Marla [Daily] by Sparky Enea April 22, 2985; and Inscribed to Marla [Daily] byJoel W. Hedgpeth, April 26, 1985. at Doc Rickett's lab on Cannery Row, Monterey, CA.
:: [original in SCIF archives]  [ex-lib M. D. Daily] 
* Steinbeck, John. '''The Log from the Sea of Cortez''' N.Y. Penguin, (1995). Wraps. Reprint of 1941 first edition.
:: [original in SCIF archives]
* [Steinbeck, John].  Enea, Sparky, as told to Audry Lynch. '''With Steinbeck in the Sea of Cortez'''. A Memoir of the Steinbeck/Rickets Expedition. Los Osos: Sand River Press, 1991.  First edition in wraps.
:: [original in SCIF archives]  [ex-lib M. D. Daily] 
* [Steinbeck, John] Hedgpeth, Joel W., editor.  '''The Outer Shores'''  Part 1: Ed Ricketts and John Steinbeck Exploring the Pacific Coast; Part 2: Breaking Through. From the papers of Edward F. Ricketts, introduced and edited by Joel W. Hedgpeth. Eureka; Mad River Press, (1978). First edition in pictorial wraps in two volumes. Pages 128 and 182.
:: [original in SCIF archives]  [ex-lib M. D. Daily] 
* [Steinbeck, John].  Reinstedt, Randall A.  '''Where Have All the Sardines Gone?  A Pictorial history of Steinbeck's Cannery Row and Old Monterey's Fisherman's Wharf & Sardine Industry'''  [Monterey: Ghost Town Publications, 1978] Second printing in wrappers. 168 pages.
:: [original in SCIF archives]  [ex-lib M. D. Daily] 
* U.S. Hydrographic Office. No. 56.  '''The West Coast of Mexico from the Boundary Line Between the United States and Mexico to Cape Corrientes, including the Gulf of California.  Washington: Government Printing Office, 1880. First edition. Rare.
:: [original in SCIF archives]  [ex-lib M. D. Daily] 




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* Wortman, Bill and Orv.  '''Bouncing Down to Baja'''  Los Angeles: Westernlore Press, (1954).  
* Wortman, Bill and Orv.  '''Bouncing Down to Baja'''  Los Angeles: Westernlore Press, (1954).  
:: [original in SCIF archives]
:: [original in SCIF archives]  [ex-lib M. D. Daily] 
 
 
* Zwinger, Ann.  '''Desert Country Near the Sea. A Natural History of the Cape Region of Baja California'''  New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, (1983). First edition. Blue cloth in pictorial dust jacket. Signed by the author.
:: [original in SCIF archives]  [ex-lib M. D. Daily]

Latest revision as of 05:10, 6 September 2021

BAJA CALIFORNIA


  • Aitchison, Stewart. The Desert Islands of Mexico's Sea of Cortez University of Arizona: Tucson Press, (2010). Wraps.
[original in SCIF archives] [filed with Baja California Islands]


  • Banning, George Hugh. In Mexican Waters Boston: Charles E. Lauriat, 1925. First edition. Navy blue cloth. 196 pages + 31 pages of photographic illustrations. Heavily foxed.
Journal of a venture aboard Capt. G. Allan Hancock's Velero II.
Map; San Nicolas (shipwreck photograph) and San Clemente islands; Guadalupe Island with photographs of elephant seals; Clarion Island; Clipperton Island; Socorro Island, etc.
[original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily]


Islands of Southern California (San Nicolas and San Clemente Islands; Guadalupe Island; Alijos Rocks and Clarion Island; Socorro Island; Las Tres Marietas Islands; Isabel Island; Las Tres Marias Islands; Carmen and San Josef Islands
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Banning, George Hugh. In Mexican Waters The Illustrated London News, April 11, 1925, p. 636. Oversized magazine. Velero II.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Buffum, E. Gould. Six Months in the Gold Mines From a journal of three years' residence in Upper and Lower California 1847-8-9 CA: Ward Ritchie Press, (1959, 1965). Second printing.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Cannon, Ray. The Sea of Cortez. Gulf of California, Baja, Mainland Coast. A Sunset Book. Menlo Park: Lane Magazine & Book Company, (1966). First edition in d.j.
[original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily]


  • Coyle, Jeanette and Norman C. Roberts. A Field Guide to the Common and Interesting Plants of Baja California La Jolla: Natural History Publishing Company, (1975). First edition. Blue cloth in pictorial d.j. 206 pages.
[original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily]


  • Crosby, Harry. The King's Highway in Baja California Utah: Copley Book, (1974). First edition in d.j.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Crosby, Harry. Antigua California Albuquerque: U. New Mexico Press, 1994
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Dunne, Peter Masten. Black Robes in Lower California Berkeley: University of California Press, 1968. Second printing of the 1952 first edtion.
[original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily]


  • Farley, Michael B. and Lauren K. Baja California Diver's Guide Port Hueneme: Marcor Publishing Co., (1984). Wraps.
[original in SCIF archives] [filed with Baja California Islands]


  • Gardner, Erle Stanley. The Land of Shorter Shadows. Exploring Baja California. New York: William Morrow & Co., 1948. Third printing. Cloth in pictorial d.j. 288 pages. Erle Stanley Gardner (1889-1970), Massachussetts born lawyer turned novelist and creator of the Perry Mason books.
[original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily]


  • Gardner, Erle Stanley. Hunting the Desert Whale Personal adventures in Baja California. New York: William Morrow & Co., 1960. First edition in d.j. Blue cloth with pictorial dust jacket. 208 pages. Profusely illustrated.
[original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily]


  • Gardner, Erle Stanley. The Hidden Heart of Baja An Account of a most important and dramatic archaeological discovery — the Indian caves of Baja California. New York: William Morrow & Co., 1962. First edition. Cloth in pictorial dust jacket. 256 pages + numerous illustrations (a few in color). An account of an important archaeological discovery of Indian cave paintings in the interior of the Baja peninsula, reached by plane, helicopter etc.
[original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily]


  • Gardner, Erle Stanley. Mexico's Magic Square Adventure just south of the border in Baja California. New York: William Morrow & Co., 1968. First edition. Mustard cloth in pictorial dust jacket. 205 pages + many photographs. Profusely illustrated. Ex-lib. with blind stamp.
[original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily]


  • [Gardner, Erle Stanley]. Senate, Richard. Illustrations by John Anthony Zane Miller. Erle Stanley Gardner's Ventura. Birthplace of Perry Mason Ventura: Charon Press, 1996. First edition in wraps; 96 pages. Signed and dated by the author and illustrator.
[original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily]


  • Gerhard, Peter and Howard E. Gulick. Lower California Guidebook Glendale: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1970. 4th edition in d.j. Blue cloth in pictorial dust jacket. With revision notes. 244 pages.
[original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily]


  • Hancock, Ralph, with Ray Haller, Mike McMahoan, Frank Alvarado. Baja California Los Angeles: Academy Press, 1953 (1954). Pictorial boards, 180 pages. Second printing.
Signed: Mike McMahan.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Herrera, Araceli Samaniego et al. Vertebrados de las islas del Pacifico de Baja California Guia de campo. Mexico, (2007). Wraps.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Hunter, Jim. Offbeat Baja. San Francisco: Chronicle Books (1977). Wraps
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Hunter, Ben. The Baja Feeling. Legends of The California Bandidos Ontario, CA: Brasch and Brasch, Publishers, Inc. (1978). First Edition in dust jacket. Ex-lib. inscription to Don & Ann O'Neil.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Kirchner, John A. Baja California Railways San Marino: Golden West, (1988). First edition in d.j.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Krutch, Joseph Wood. The Forgotten Peninsula. A Naturalist in Baja California New York: William Sloan Associates, 1961. First edition. Blue cloth in pictorial dust jacket. 277 pages. Presentation copy inscribed by the author: "T o Betty Bechtel on the occasion of a delightful reunion. Joe" Joseph Wood Krutch (1893-1970), Tennessee born professor of English, critic and essayist.
[original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily]


  • Leon-Portilla, Miguel. The Camino Real and the Missions of the Baja California Peninsula Mexico: Fundacion Manuel Arango, (2008). First Edition, oversized boards.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Lewis, Leland and Peter E. Ebeling. Southern California. Sea Guide. Volume One. Covering the waters of Southern California from Point Arguello to Punta Banda, Mexico including the offshore islands. San Francisco: Miller Freeman Publications, (1973). Third edition in d.j. [First 1965; Second 1966].
[original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily]


  • Lewis, Leland and Peter E. Ebeling. Baja Sea Guide. Volume Two. Covering the waters of Baja California from San Diego to Cabo San Lucas, to San Felipe, including all the offshore and oceanic islands. San Francisco: Miller Freeman Publications, (1974). First edition, second impression, February 1974 in d.j.
[original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily]


  • MacLean, Angus Legends of the California Bandidos Arroyo Grande: Bear Flag Books (1977). Wraps.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • MacLean, Angus Cuentos. Based on the Folk Tales of the Spanish Californians Fresno: Pioneer, (1981).
[original in SCIF archives]


  • MacLean, Angus The Curse of the Feathered Snake Fresno: Pioneer, (1981).
[original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily]


  • MacLean, Angus From The Beginning of Time Fresno: Pioneer, (1985). Wraps.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • MacLean, Angus The Ghosts of Frank and Jesse James and other Stories Fresno: Pioneer, (1987). Wraps.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Mathes, Michael. The Land of Calafia: A Brief History of Peninsular Californian Tecate: Carem, 2009. Wraps.
Signed.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • McDonald, Marquis with Glenn N. Oster. Baja: Land of Lost Missions San Antonio, TX: The Naylor Co., (1968). First edition in d. j.
[original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily]


  • McMahan, Mike. There It Is: Baja! Northridge, CA: Brooke House, (1974). Second edition. Wraps.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • McMahan, Mike. My Adventures in Baja. My 33 Years of Fascinating Exploration in Mexico's Exciting Peninsula Stephens Press, (1983). Wraps.
Inscribed "July 15, 1986 TO Don & Ann O'Neil, Nice to have met you in Baja! Mike McMahon"
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Miller, Max. The Cruise of the Cow Being an introduction to San Diego, Mexico's Baja California, and a voyage into the Gulf of California. New York: E. P. Dutton & Company, Inc., 1951. First edition. Blue cloth in pictorial dust jacket. 256 pages.
[original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily]


  • Murray, Spencer. Cruising the Sea of Cortez Palm Desert: Desert-Southwest Publishing, 1963.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Miller, Tom and Elmar Baxter. The Baja Book II Huntington Beach: Baja Trail Publications, (1982). Pictorial wraps. NASA space maps of Entire Baja Peninsula. 180 pages + 3 pages of advertisements.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Niemann, Greg Baja Legends San Diego: Sunbelt Publications, (2002). Wraps.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Nordhoff, Charles. Peninsular California Some account of the climate, soil, productions, and present condition chiefly of the northern half of Lower California. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1888. First edition. 130 pages + ads + 12 black & white plates, 2 maps. Rare. Ex-lib.
[original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily]


  • Nordhoff, Walter. Journey of the Flame A famous novel of the Californias by the mysterious author Antonio de Fierro Blanco — who is now revealed to be Walter Nordhoff. Cambridge: Houghton Mifflin, (1955). Second printing of the 1933 first edition. Blue cloth in pictorial d.j. 295 pages. With illustrations by Alfredo Ramos Martinez and a preface to the second edition by Scott O'Dell. The first edition was published in 1933 under the name of Antonio de Fierro Blanco, "but the best kept of literary secrets cannot forever withstand the scrutiny of a curious and appreciative world."
[original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily]


  • Pepper, Choral. Baja California. Vanished Missions, Lost Treasures, Strange Stories Tall and True Los Angeles: Ward Ritchie Press, (1973). Wraps.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Putnam, Claude George. Log Book. Harbors and Islands. California Coast Los Angeles: Rambeau Publisher, (1941). First edition in d.j. Philip T. Hawkes, former book owner.
[original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily]


  • Ricketts, Edward F. and Jack Calvin. Revised by Joel W. Hedgpeth. Between Pacific Tides Stanford: Stanford University Press, (1967). Fourth edition.
[original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily]


  • Romano-Lax, Andromeda. Adventure Kayaking Baja Berkeley: Wilderness Press, (2001). Second edition. Wraps.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Sanford, Paul. Where the West Never Died. A Saga of Baja California's famed Meling Guest Ranch Texas: The Naylor Company, (1968). First edition. Orange decorated cloth in orange dust jacket. 121 pages. The story of a 19th century Baja California cattle ranch (south of Ensenada) still in operation more than a century later.
[original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily]


  • Smith, Jack. God and Mr. Gomez The hilarious account of how the author and his wife learn it takes God and Mr. Gomez to build a vacation dream house in Baja California. New York: Readers Digest Press, (1974). First edition in d.j. Los Angeles Times reporter's hilarious story of building a house in Mexico south of Ensenada on land owned by Mr. Gomez.
[original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily]


  • Smith, Jack. God and Mr. Gomez With a foreword by Denise Smith. The hilarious account of how the author and his wife learn it takes God and Mr. Gomez to build a vacation dream house in Baja California. Santa Barbara: Capra Press, (1997). Jack Smith died in 1996. His widow wrote additional material for this edition.
[original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily]


  • Steinbeck, John. The Log from the Sea of Cortez N.Y.: Paul P. Appel, 1982. Wraps. Reprint of 1941 first edition (Second reprinting). Green boards in d.j. Inscribed to Marla [Daily] by Sparky Enea April 22, 2985; and Inscribed to Marla [Daily] byJoel W. Hedgpeth, April 26, 1985. at Doc Rickett's lab on Cannery Row, Monterey, CA.
[original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily]


  • Steinbeck, John. The Log from the Sea of Cortez N.Y. Penguin, (1995). Wraps. Reprint of 1941 first edition.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • [Steinbeck, John]. Enea, Sparky, as told to Audry Lynch. With Steinbeck in the Sea of Cortez. A Memoir of the Steinbeck/Rickets Expedition. Los Osos: Sand River Press, 1991. First edition in wraps.
[original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily]


  • [Steinbeck, John] Hedgpeth, Joel W., editor. The Outer Shores Part 1: Ed Ricketts and John Steinbeck Exploring the Pacific Coast; Part 2: Breaking Through. From the papers of Edward F. Ricketts, introduced and edited by Joel W. Hedgpeth. Eureka; Mad River Press, (1978). First edition in pictorial wraps in two volumes. Pages 128 and 182.
[original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily]


  • [Steinbeck, John]. Reinstedt, Randall A. Where Have All the Sardines Gone? A Pictorial history of Steinbeck's Cannery Row and Old Monterey's Fisherman's Wharf & Sardine Industry [Monterey: Ghost Town Publications, 1978] Second printing in wrappers. 168 pages.
[original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily]


  • U.S. Hydrographic Office. No. 56. The West Coast of Mexico from the Boundary Line Between the United States and Mexico to Cape Corrientes, including the Gulf of California. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1880. First edition. Rare.
[original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily]


  • Vernon, Edward W. A Maritime History of Baja California Utah: Copley Book, (1974)
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Vernon, Edward W. Asistencia Santa Margarita de Cortona Santa Barbara: Viejo Press, (2012). Wraps.
[original in SCIF archives]


  • Wortman, Bill and Orv. Bouncing Down to Baja Los Angeles: Westernlore Press, (1954).
[original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily]


  • Zwinger, Ann. Desert Country Near the Sea. A Natural History of the Cape Region of Baja California New York: Harper & Row, Publishers, (1983). First edition. Blue cloth in pictorial dust jacket. Signed by the author.
[original in SCIF archives] [ex-lib M. D. Daily]