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1929 Touring Topics April - New Mexico penitents;San Gabriel;snakes,native trees

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Touring Topics

 April, 1929

Very Rare


A well illustrated Magazine with lots of photos and illustrations. Short stories, poetry and ; Lots of articles.  Inside: The cover show the Cypress on the Monterey Coast; The last Coyote with great illustrations; How the states were named; A Yosemite in the Sagebrush; where the Penitents Linger - Northern New Mexico and the brotherhood of the flagellants; the first California boundary; James A. B. Scherer puts things on the map;    ; Rotogravure full page photos includes Mt. San Antonio, Palo Verde Valley, Palm Springs, Atascadero, native trees of California, Orange County beaches; Twenty-nine Palms; Our serpents and saurian; The curious yucca; An original treatise on Southern California in 1876 Part IV- San Gabriel and Santa Monica;  New things for the motor car; Reviews of the books of California; Fashions, club activities; Which highway patrol cars go where and when; Official garages, hotels and service stations.   

Touring Topics is an automotive magazine for the motorist. It will have ads for Richfield, Associated, Standard Oil, Union and others. Usually a Studebaker ad. It was based in California.




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