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Title  California for the settler : The natural advantages of the golden state for the present day farmer
Publisher  San Francisco, Calif. : Southern Pacific Company, Passenger Department
Date  1911
Description  1 pamphlet ([98] p.) : 9-3/4 x 6-3/8 in.
Subject(s)  Wells, Andrew Jackson, 1843- (3), Bull, William Howell, 1861-1940 (3), Southern Pacific Railroad Company (285), Farming--California (6), Real estate development--California (10)

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Summary  Front (oranges and cows) and back (grapes and farmland) of a 98-page booklet,written by A. J. Wells, directed to homeseekers. The publication is aimed at the "plain American farmer" and includes details about soil, climate, products and purchasing property. SP publication A-131 was issued October 17, 1911. The cover art is by William H. Bull.
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California State Railroad Museum Library
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CSRM Negative 24523T (front cover)

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