A cabin dwarfed by redwood trees, with a horse and carriage and two men in a clearing. An illegible symbol that might belong to a publisher is in the left lower corner of the divided back along with the number 805-5. There is a descriptive paragraph on the back: In the growth of timber, California appears almost unrivalled, some trees measuring 21 feet in diameter and 66 feet in circumference, with an enormous height of 275 feet. Mot of the pines being slender, straight and tall. The timber lands of California form a great part of the State's wealth, and supply all other States of the Union not so fortuned with such splendid forests."