The West Shore - An Illustrated Western Magazine
Started in 1875 by Leopold Samuel, it was a elegant promotional magazine for the Pacific Northwest that covered the region with a unique focus from northern California up through British Columbia and Alaska. This issue includes a strong focus for British Columbia and its towns, but also discusses Washington and some Oregon interests. With numerous fine lithographs for town views and notable buildings throughout the Pacific Northwest, this also includes the large fold out birds eye view, "Victoria The Capital of British Columbia", a colorful image in very good condition.
Condition is very good with very clean contents and minor soiling to the paper covers which are very solid. Magazine size is approximately 8.5 x 11(inches), birds eye is approximately 10 x 30.5 (inches)